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W A 8H IK GTO N: rmntv 31. 1<N?. CIWHBI *. Xtl M Kdllor. THE ETENINU STAR ha* Ike fallen* I .oral CtTril?tln *f any Newspaper >? Ike WorM, ? d4 mm idfrrlitiu Mnllaai la wartk mare ikaa all the other paper* publuhrd Is W aaklagtaa. New York OfSce: Room 93, Tribune Building. The Star Out of Town. The Evening Stab will be sent by mail to any address in the United States or Canada for such period as mar be desired, at the rate of fifty cents per month. t&~ But all nch orders must be accompanied by the money. or the paper cannot be rent, as no accounts are lupt tctth mail $ub?criptian?. _?$ English ships of sufficient war strength to demolish easily the representatives of onr nary in the Pacific ocean are to cruise for the sum mer in Behring sea. and an entertaining game of guessing concerning the purpose of the cruise is in progress. In one quarter it is con jectured that the object is scientific, and that the northern glaciers are to be inspected with k critical eye. Another guesser calls attention to the attractions of Behring sea as a cruising ground, ami pronounces the expedition a picnic. An English naval officer after eating and drink ing freelv at a Canadian dinner and the American propbetof evil in the depths of a severe at tack of the blues see in imagination a naval battle over the bodies and skius of American seals in which the English are to accomplish the alleged purpose of annihilating the Pacific navy of the republic.:,and of,killing and carry ing off in triumph as may of the seals that we bought from Russia as the most grasping Canadian poacher can ask. In response to this alarming guess concerning the motive of the expedition it is suggested that the English ships are of such heavy draught that they can- | not catch our ships to destroy them or inter fere seriously with the protection of | the seal fisheries in the shoal waters and difficult navigation of parts of ; Bvhrins sea. Reassurance is also found in the reflection that Great Britain will ot m ike war against the United States with out a previous declaration of intention, and without seriously considering the probable fate of Canada while the operation of destroying our navy, slaughtering our seals, and shelling our sea-coast cities is in progress. The final and favorite guess in the matter views the cruise as ordered on general principles, with j neither hostilities, science nor picnicking in j riew. but in tho expectation that the mere | presence of the ships may have its effect in preventing possible ill-treatment of Canadian poachers on the seal fisheries. Just as our own ships cruise in Canadian waters as a reminder to our northern neighbor to be gentle iu her treatment of American fishermen. Another death at a railroad grade crossing in Washington emphasizes the teaching of the times that such crossings in cities must be abolished, and that, until the law banishes them, they must be faithfully guarded, day and night, at the railroad's expense to prevent in Jury to the people. There is no law of which public safety demands a more rigid enforce ment than that which requiri s gates and guards at railroad crossings, and limits the speed of trains within the city's boundaries. While the United States may not have suc ceeded in obtaining precisely what it has fav ored in respect to all the points at issue in the Samoan conference the indications point to the substantial adoption of the American conten tion by the commissioners. Unless the public forms on insufficient foundation too high an idea of what the American commission- j ers have accomplished, and prepares itself for disappointment by inflaming its imagina tion of achieved results, the decisions of the conference can hardly fail to give satisfac- j tion m this country. Germany has not obsti- j nately resisted and England has practically as sented to the American contention that Samoa is to belong to and to be governed by the Samoans. and that no oth. r nation is to be per" mitted. either directly or indirectly, to absorb the islands or to control their government. There is one wine business which even the prohibitionist could afford to encourage. It is done by a California company which last week placed orders In Europe for $175,000 worth of its products. If all the American wine were sent out of the countrv, of course there would be none left to tempt Americans to drink. But the trouble is in keeping it from drifting back here with foreign labels on and a hair-raising price. Governor Hill did not find his audience at the Young Men's democratic club dinner the other evening entirely patient with his de fense of his veto of the ballot reform bill or the high license bill. He would hardly have brough. his oratorical goods to that market if he had paused to consider the name of the club he was invited to address. It was a '?young men's'" organization, not a gathering place for party "war horses." and young men are proverbially progressive. It musVbe a relief to the Marquis of Salis bury to feel that he has at last got that Irish rice royalty off his hands. A hundred-thou ?and-dollar office which goes begging is like a white elephant in more than one sense. P^rosylvnnla has a new law which imposes I fine and imprisonment for the destruction of ?ong^irds. Its good effects will be appreciated this spring and summer. It is worth copying eUevrhere. 10 Per Cent Discount. BEATON PERRY, Previous to EnlanrioK His Business and Making Ex tensive Improvements, will allow 10 FEB CENT discount Ob All Hales for 30 days. Commencing M AY 31 and ENDING JUNE 29. tr THIS IS A rare opportunity TO pur CHASE ALL KINDS OF dky-GOODS OF t11e BEST CLA8S AT 10 per CENT LESS THAN REGULAR PRICES, wr ALL GOODS MAKKEb IN PLAIN FIGURES BEATON PERRY. PERRY BUILDING. penn. AVE. COR 9th ST. ESTABLISHED 1840. ?ny3U-3t M a (.'kin aw Straw Hats. Fine EntflisL Split Straw lists. Beys' Straw Hats, iOc.. ?1. $1.2i Ladles' Sailor Hats. CI. ?1.25. #1.50. I>ert>y Hats la Color*. ftC oU #:i.:.o, 14, and P*ar. Csaaimere Dress Hats, t l 50, t 'j. La Tosca Umbrellas. 4 JjO, ftj. Teams Uutnta. B H. SllNEXETZ k SOUS, my2o _ 123?J^euna. svs. Great Reductions. In order to redoes oar sxteasive stock of Import?*l Bonnets and Boond Hats, and also those of onr own 4?aura. ws will offer the same from this date at greatly ledoced prices. Ws cordially Invite oar customers to call. MRS. M. J. HUNT. 130S F STREET northwest. my24 QiW\ FtiCES OF SOILED MOSQUITO NET and a fall Une of Swiss Fluunotn*. all widths and prices, at KAUFMAN'S DOuUe Combination. 11th at * BJfW-St A Seven Dats Harvest. Commeutiinr to-morrow? Saturday Jane 1, and followed up on? A Monday, Jane 3, Tuesday, Jane 4, #4.80 Wednesday, June 6, Thursday, June 6. SALE. Friday, June 7, and closing Sat'irday. Jane 8, You can come right in and pick out for yourself any of our two-piece 8uits that are marked 97 30, 97, ?6.50. 90. 95.60, and (5, and you're welcome to them during the seven day* speclfled above at 94.80. We've dropped ? few?maybe a half dozen styles?of original 98 Salts into the curreut They'll fiow on at 94.80. Some short pant three piece suits, a limited number, however, at 94.80. The first question that you ask is. "Why is this thusly?" You're entitled to an answer. Four weeks of almost constantly storming weather have taken the very heart out of the spring season. As far as the elements are concerned we're thirty days behind hand. Will we ?tep right into summer? We're afraid so. That's why these values are offered to you at 94.80. On its face it seems a shame to squeeze down the price?for they're worth every cent they're marked. Some are domestic?made of domestic fab rics. Others are home-made of foreign weavlngs?and the balance are foreign through and through?materi als and the workmanship. We'll cite a few of the styles. It will serve to got yoor minds into the right line of thought, and if the mothers of Washington don't make qdick time with this sale it will be from some other cause than lack of appreciation. AN 98 SUIT?NOW 94.80. Brown Checked Frcuch Caasimerc, with plain Seal Brown square cut Collar, Wai3tcoat, and Cuffs. Boys from 4 yean to y?can get a fit?aud will l>e right in style. Were 98, now 94.80. AN 98 SUIT-NOW $4 80. English Plaid Cassimere?light novelty plaid?with plaited Jacket, back and front?5 to 12 years. Were 98, now 94.SO. AN 98 SUIT-NOW 94 80. Another English Cassimere, with black ground, with a blue hair line plaid?Norfolk cut Jacket?sizes 5 to 12. Were 98, now 94.80. AN 98 SUIT-NOW 94.80. A Wide Wale English Worsted?Norfolk Jacket sizes from 4 to 14 years?one of the latest "make up*" Were 98, now 94.80. A 97.50 SUIT-NOW 94 SO. An English Plaided Cheviot-brown e ffect?Jacke plaided back and front. Were 97.00, now 94.80. A 97.50 SUIT-NOW 94.80. An English Serge?absUutrlu fast blue?wide-wale effect. Plain Jacket front. Aires 10 to 15 years. Were 97.50, now 94.80. A 97 SUIT-NOW 94.80. An English Serge feather-weight?fast blue?Nor folk cut Jacket. Were 97, now 94.80. A $7 SUIT-NOW 94 80. A genuine Assabet Flannel. Best that's made. It has a cloth finiah. Norfolk-cut Jacket with corded front. A United States suit from beginning to end. Were 97. now 94.80. A $7 SUIT-NOW 94.80. A Batiste. A feather-weight Cassimere. Norfolk Jacket. 4 to 12 years. Were 97, now 94 80. A 97 SUIT-NOW 94.80. A genuine Slater. Pure wool and fast color. A pretty shade of blue. 4 to 12 years. Were 97, now 94.80. 90 50 SUITS?NOW 94.80. Cassimeres, Cheviots and Flannels, In Checks Strips and Mixtures?some loud, some quiet?all fashionable and of the latest stamp. Sizes from four to fifteen years?all complete?aud a dozen or so styles to pick from. Were 90.50. now 94.80. A 9C SUIT-NOW 94.SU Domestic Serge. Two handsome shades?one Brown? the other Gray. A 1 quality-sizes four to fourteen years. Were 90. now 94.80. A 90 SUIT-NOW 94.80. A Blue ground close nap Cheviot?American to the button-holes. Dark ground with light stripe?catcliy effect. 4 to 12 years. Were 90, now 94 80. Not a description?that would be Impossible?hints only. We want to get you to thinking about them? then you'll make a start. We haveu't made a selection of a lot of "stakes," bat every two-piece suit under 97.50 down to 95, and some 98 ones with some three piece beauties, constitute the collection. There's an imported French Jersey?striped suit short pants?blouse Jacket-neatly trimmed and em broidered?A first-class thing for the seashore or mountains?goes in with the others at 94.80-Some of Beat It Company's novelties and Ilecht * Co.'s English creations that stand on the 97.60 ground come in-We don't reserve a suit?All 94.80. They're not "Odds and Ends.'* but great slices of our ORE AT STOCK Just set to one side and marked 94.80. WE ODABANTKI every garment at 94.80.the ?? as we did at 98,97.50, 90 or whatever the price may have been.?Had weather has done It?price MU8T undo it?and we're sure it will. UU AND COMPANT. A WEEK WITH TH? JUVXKILCS, STRUT AND MABKET SPAC* R# Goldschmid. 1007. 1009 F 8T. N. W., THE LEADER OF THE LOWEST PRICES, MAKES NO MISREPRESENTATION OK VALUES, Offers for to-morrow the following unparalleled btr* miu: CHINAWARE department English Decorated China Chamber Seta, only 91.88. Hand paintwd China Hates, 5, 0. 7 or 8 in.; your choice at 7c. Hand-painted China Oatmeal Bowls, only 10c. Hand-painted China Ralad Bowls, only 17c. ? each elegant Hind painted China CWpa, Saucers and Plates, worth $4, at $1.98. English Decorate China Combination Diuner and Ten Sets, lrtO pieces, worth $15, at *10.98. Handsome Hand painted Glasgow China Dinner and Tea Sets combine* 1. 117 pieces, worth $25. at <16 98. 1 Elegant Hand-painted Vienna China Dinner Set, 140 pieces, leas 2 soup plates broken, worth $40, at $38.98. BABY CARRIAGE DEPARTMENT. ?13 Carriages for ?9.98. ?17 Carnages for ?13.78. ?*->~ Carriages for ?16.98. $25 Carriages for $19.98. $30 Carriages for $24.98. ?40 Carriages for $29.98. REFRIGERATOR department. #8.C0 Refrigerators for $5.08. $10 Refrigerators for $7.48. $12 Refrigerators for $8 48. $14 Refrigerators for $948. $17 Refrigerators for $10.08. $18 Hardwood Refrigerators $11.98. ?20.30 Hardwood Refrigerators $13.98. ?23.50 Hardwood Refrigerators $16.98. ?28.50 Hardwood Refrigerators $1908. ?30 Hardwood Refrigerators $24.98. HAMMOCK DEPARTMENT. Luxury Hammock, holding 250 lbs., only 98c.: holding 400 lbs., $1.28; holding U00 lbs., for $1.48. holding 1,000 lbs., for $1.98. Genuine Mexican extra large sire Hammock, with stretchers and ropes, only $1.48; colored, $1.78. LAWN TENNIS DEPARTMENT. Tennis Sets, Rackets, balls. Neta. Pules marked at bottom prices. Novelty Camp Chairs, 28c. $1 Croquet Sets for ti8c. $ 1.50 Croquet Sets for $1.48. $2 Croquet Sets for $1.68. ?3.50 Croquet Sets for $2.98. Lawn Tennis Folding Chairs for $1.48. TRUNK DEPARTMENT. $7 Trunk for $4.98. $8 Trunk for $5.48. $!? Trunk for $5.08. $10 Trunk for 6.08. Also a complete line of Tmnks from 78c. op to $50 at positively the lowest prices in the city. Gem Ice-Cream Freezer, the best in the world, 2 qt, ?1.38; 3qU$1.08;4qt, $1.88;6qt.. $2.78; 8 qt? $3.48; 10 qt., $4.48; 11 qt., $ 5.%?? Ice Picks, 3c. ^ ? Lambeth's Fly Fans only $1.98. BARGAINS IN MY POPULAR JEWELRY DEPART MENT. 24 Collar Buttons for 5c. Oxidized Silver Book Marks, only 10c. 25 Oxidized Silver Breastpins for 10c. 25c. Shell and Amber Hairpins for 15a Rolled-plate Lock Bracelets, only 9c. Fancy Cut Steel Lace Pius, only 3c. Bangle Bracelets, 3 for 15c. Sterling Silver Bracelets, worth 75c. at 48c. Roman Pearl Beads, assorted colors, only 7c. a strand. Roman Pearl Necklaces, assorted colors, only 9c.; double strands, only 18c. 25c. Side Combs, only 18c. Chatelaine Oxidize Silver, only 38c?worth from 75c. to $1. 25c. Cut-Steel Earrings for 18o. 25c. Cut-Steel lireastpins for 18c. 25c. Cut-Steel Hairpins for I8c. 0-Csrat Gold Rings for 25c. Forgct-Me-Not Solid Gold Ring* 88c. Solid Silver Thimbles, only 18c. Oxidized Silver Fob Chains, worth 50c., at 25c? at R. GOLDSCH M ID'S, 1007-1009 F St. N.W. N.B.?Store open on Saturday until 10 p.m. It Do \ ou Suffer W ith Indigestion, SICK-HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS? You can be relieved by a few doses of LAXATIVE ELIXIR OF FRUITS. Sold by EDWARD P. MERTZ, 1014 F ST., And nearly all Druggists. It The Truth We can no longer conceal. We have purchased largely, and trade has been very gloomy owing to the bod weather and various causes. Our bills are about to mature, which must be paid, and, in order to do so without borrowing the money, we have resolved to sell our entire stock?Clothing, Furnishings and Huts at a sacrifice, such sacrifice never before seen in the District, thus enabling you to get early bargains. Below note some of our reduc tions. 325 Children's Blouse Suits, Blue and Brown, worth $1.75, at 99c. 287 Children's Cassiuiere Suits, various patterns, worth $2.75 at $1.37. 187 Children's Cassimero Suits, all ages, worth $2.25, at $1.25. A large stock Children's Knee Pants, from 15c. and upward. We have in stock :!00 pairs Woodson's Cassiuiere Men's Pants, richly worth $2.25, which we offer at $1.25. Men's Corduroy Pant*, worth $3, at $1.75. Men's Fine Worsted Pants, worth $4 and $5, at $3.25. Other bargains in 1 ants too numerous to mention. We have reduced our prices on Men's Suits. Men's Cheviot Suits, sacks and cutaways, worth $11, $12, aud$13.50; all go at one pric", $0.25. Call early and secure your bargains?this chance is one in a hundred?we mean to do what we say, not be cause we are delighted to do so. but we are compelled? no humbug about this?call and be convinced. DISCOUNT STORE, 920 7th St. N.W., bet. I and K. inl8-lm Laxative Elixir Of Fruits Will Cure CONSTIPATION, SICK HEADACHE, * DYSPEPSIA. Price 35c. For Sale by EDWARD P. MEIITZ, Druggist, 1014 F ST. N. W. It ElPHONZO \ OUNG'S CoMPANY STILL INSIST That you will never know what it is to drink the most delicious Coffee that can be produced until you have tried the GENUINE OLD MANDIIELINGJAYA. We offer THE GEN UINE ARTICLE, and our sales ere so large that we always make a fresh roast at least once, and often twice, a day. Try it aud you will be con vinced. OUR BIG BARGAIN FLOUB Has been marked down to $5.09 a barrel. Guar anteed to please. Try a barrel. ELPHONZO YOUNGS COMPANY, mh31 428 NINTH ST. Wine Of Oalisaya And Iron. Something that will Create an Appetite audcure that "tired feeling." THE VERY THING YOU NEED At this time of the year, For Sale by EDWARD P. MERTZ, 1014 F ST. It Wonderful Bargains Now. SPECIAL OFFERING IN DRE88 GOODS, 4o. 50e. Linen Lawns now 35c. 40-iuch All-Wool Fabric Dress Good*, reduced from 50c. to :?tc. t?ly Sotiaea and Ctaalliea, 7e. to 30c. < ] uilful 1'rmts Glughaws as low aa 7c. (13 yards tot 7Jw.) Novelty Side-Band Dross Goods (double width). 36c. Lyon Oroa-Grmiii and Fsills Black bilks, 20 per Mat under ruling prices. White Goods, 5Kc. and upward. Lonsdale Cambnc (genuine), 99(c. Dr. Warner's Corsets, 95c. Monarch Shirt, 97c. Shaw-Knit u Boss, 26c. At BRODHKAi) * GO'S.. 907 F ?t. n.w. Established 1807. [my31-ritj Maaoaic Tmpla. ITSKSSKE. q?,2&b&,&?! Last Da* Of The " 'Omswo.* Need the Souvenirs of the Palais Royal "Opening" occasion ur explanation hew? Certainly residents need not be told that (V nnrly im^rted moveUHt art acluilly Oftrtd at the cott price* at (As commencement Of each Reason. Visitors who reed this are referred to residents. The hint thmt to-morrow la the last day of the Twelfth An nual Grand Summer "Opening" should be sufficient for all. Let it be written in larye type. TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, JUNE lit. L A I- AA 5~? T L A A 88c T L AAA . 2 T LLLL A A "SS?* T DDD A T T D D AA T Y ? D A A IT, D D AAA > J DDD A A T J OF THE TWELFTH ANNUAL OR AND sSSs IT U MM MM MM MM EEB RRR S ? U U M M M M M M M M E R R SS<J IT U M MM M M MM M RE RRR s 2 U U M M M M M M E RR ?SSs UU M M M M M M EES R R OO PPP REE O O P P K O U PPP EE OOP K OO P K?E NT* N NN N HNS N NN N NN NN N NN N N N N sra r.GO s A T T H E ppp At. ah Kss? PPAAL AA II 2 3 ?PP AAL A A II BSS~ AAA L AAA II a 3 P A A LUX A A II "SS9 RRR OO Y Y A X> RROOYY AA L RRR O O YY AAL R R O O Y AAA L ... KB OO Y ^ A A I.I.I.I. - For the convenience of visitors to-morrow lists of Souvenirs will be supplied. That you should ask for a list is apparent when you are told rtgular prices remain market1 on all good'. gSSs OO U UV VEEENN Nil RRR BSS 5 8 O (> U IT V V E N N NIIR R 2 S hSSaO OU U V V EE N N N II RRR B8Ss u SO OU U VV E N NNIIR RSo 2 BSStt OO UU V EEEN NNIIR R?SSs FOR MM MM ERE NN N MMMM E NN N M MM M RE N N N M MM E N NN M M M EEE N NN (Department Near Door No. 1119 Pennsylvania ave.* 25c. Half Hose, all styles, for 21c. 35c. Half Hose, all styles, for 29c. 50c. Half Hose, all styles, for 44c. 76c. French Balbriggan Underwoar, for 59c. 50c. Underwear, all styles, for 44c. 50c. Tailor-made Jean Drawers for 44c. :?tc. India Oossainer Shirts for 29c. 25c. Gauze and Balbrigpan Underwear, 15c. 85c. Palais Royal Dress Shirts, 77c. 75c. Fancy Trimmed Night Shirts for 00c. 15c. 4-ply Linen Collars for 10c. 20c best Linen Cuffs for 10c. $1.25 Flauuel Shirts, all styles, for $1.12. $1.50 Flannel Shirts for $1.35. $4 Striped Silk Shirts for $3.50. $1 Fisk. Clark A Flagif's Novelty Scarfs, 75o. 75c. Satin and Silk Scarfs, all styles, 50c. 47c. Scarfs, in all styles for 38c. 25c. Scarfs, in all styles for 21c. 25c. Fancy Linen Handkerchiefs for 20c. 12Mc. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs for 9c. $1.25 "Gloria" Umbrellas, warranted one year, for $1.19. $1 oO 28-inch Umbrellas, warranted one year, for $1.39. $4.1)8 "Corniest. >tra" Silk Umbrellas, warranted, for one year, for $4.23. KSS? OO U UV VREKNN Nil RRR RSSS 5 S O OU UV VR NNNIIH R2 3 aSSo O OU U V V RR N N N1IHRR SS~ ? S O OU U VV K N NNIIR R* 2 OO UU V EEEN NNIIR ttBSSa FOIl L A PUD II KRE RSSS I, AA I) D II R s L A A D I) II FE SSo L AAA D D II R a 2 ... LLLL A A DDD II EEE DSSa _ 10 per cent off the marked prices of all Laces, Flouncing*, and Drapery Nets, Parasol Covers, Embroideries, Ribbons, Feather*. Dress Trimmings, Buttons, Art Goods. Ulsters, and Tea Gowue, Chil dren's White and Gingham Dresses. Shoes at 20 per cent discount. $1 Figured India Silks for 90c. $ 1 Fancy Wool Dress Goods for 79c. 85c. Fancy Dress Goods for 75c. 75c. China Silk, all colors, for H!lc. 75c. Colored Surah Silks for 09c. 89c. Black Surah Silks for 75c. $1.19 Black 1 . G. (warranted! Silks for?l. $1.25 lilack Satin Rhadame for $1.19. $1.25 Black Faille (warranted) silks for $1.15 25c. White Piques for 22c. 12Hc. India Linens for 10c. 25c. Dotted Swiss for 23c. 4Sc. Mohair and Tinsel-braid Trimming at 25c. 25c. Mohair Braids, all colors, for 19c. 12Xc. Embroidered Mull Ties for 10c. 60c. "Fauntleroy" Collars and Cuffs for 40c. 50c. "Directolre' Collar and Cuff Sets for 40c. $1.75 "F.lsemere" Sets, all styles, for $1.50. 25c. Lisse and Fold Kufflings for 20c. 25c. boxes Tourist Ruffling for 20c. 12)tc. Linen Collars, all styles. 3 for 25c. 12J*c. Linen Cuffs. 3 pairs for 2oc. 8c. Grenadine Veiling, all styles, for 6c. yard. 3 for 25c. Antique L*ce Tidies, 4 for 25c. 25c. Linen Handkerchiefs, all styles, for 20c. 12Mc. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, all styles. 9o. Parasols at the following Souvenir Prices: Marked .$168 $2.98 $4.98 $0.48 $12.50 $20.00 For $1.29 $2 48 $4 08 $5.08 ~$a68 (16.98 15c. Warranted All-Silk Mitts, for 10c. 25c. Silk Mitts, all styles, for 21c. 50c. Bilk Mitu and Gloves, for 39c. 25c. Taffeta Silk Gloves, for 21c. $1.50 "Palais Royal" Eld Gloves, all styles, $1.35. $1.85 Undressed Kid Mousquetaires for $1.75. 98c. Undressed Kid Mousquetaires, for 89c. $10 Ulsters, In all atyles, for $8.50. $13 Ulsters for $11; $15 Ulsters for $13. $10 English Tailor-made Jackets for $8.50. $5 Broadcloth Jac kets, all colors, for $4.50, $1 98 Imported Stockinet Jerseys for $1.48. $2 Vest-front Imported Jerseys for $1.75. $2.98 Braided Jerssys, all styles; tor $2.48. $3.60 White India Linsn Suits for $3. $6 Tucked and Embroidered While Suit* for $5. $U "Directolre" India Linen Buys for $8. $12 French Sateeu Suit* for $10.60. $S.?8 White Wrappers, all styles, for $3.50. $1.86 Oalico Wrappers, all styt?, for $1.25. Beatlwl Visiles and Pelerines. Sguveaiir prices. Marked $5.00 $8.00 $15.00 $20.00 $27.00 For. $3-98 $7.48 $1200 $17.00 $24.00 98c. and 75c. Silk and Lisle Hose for 65c. 48c. Cotton Hoee, all style*, for 35c. 35c. Cotton Bom, all styles, for 29c. 28c. Schopper-s Black Bibbed Hoe* for 25a. 25c. SttpeMn* Belbriggan Boee for 19c. 25c. Warranted Fast Black Ingrain Hoee toe 19k Spool of Fast Black Darning Oottoagtran. (ooxzuTOBD n mz ooLxna.) At Thk Palais Rotil ~ (SATURDAY, /USE 1ST.) The Palais Royal. not 1m than lta patron*. regrets the ioclemency of the weather, which has kept ao many at home. Shoold to-morrow be fine it is earn estly requested yon will call. If possible, early or late in the day. Should it rain we remind you the Palais Royal may be reached direct or by transfer by cars from all parts of the city. This last opportunity of supplying yourself for the summer mouths at "Opening" prices should not be missed t ain or sAins. L A g?8 T L A A ^SS. feLLL W SMS 1 T f % A rr 7 D D DDI) A A J OF THK TWELFTH ANNUAL GRAND gSSg U V MM MM MM MM EE* RRR K? u U MMMM MMMM K K R 8S? U U MMMM MMMM BR RRR s 2 U U MMM MMM R KB BSS3 UU M M M M M M KEE R R OO PPP F.RB NN N II WK If OOO O O P P F. NN N II NN N Q O O O PPP F.E SO n NS.N fi O O P K N5X n hrK o go OO P EES N NN II N UN GOO AT THE PPP A I, AH cSS, P P AA L AA fa 28 PPP A A L A A II 88q P AAA L AAA II =2 ?P A A LLLL A A II BSSS RRR OO V Y A L RROO YY AA L RRR Q O YY A A R R 0 0 "Y AAA fe ? R R OO Y A A LLLL _ t*r The Souvenirs for Men are mentioned In the next column, where also will bo found Souvenirs for Indies. The list below is continued from the next cMumn. 8SSs OO U OV VKEENN Nil RRR cSS? 5 sO OU UV VE N N NIIR R? 3 BSSoO OU UV V EE N N NII RRR S8q H 2 0 OU U VV F. N NNIIR Rr 5 DSSa OO UU V EEEN NNIIR RbbS?s FOR L A DDD II EER eSSo L AA D D II E 2 s L A A D D II EE ?SSC L AAA I) D II E o S LLLL A A DDD II EEE "SS^ $1.(58 Superior Ribbed Silk Vests for $1 48. $ 1.35 Lace Work Front Silk Vests for $1.35. 85c. Itibbed Silk Vests, all colors, for 63c. 75c. Lace Work Front Lisle Vests for 59c. 59c. Ribbed Lisle Vests, all color*, for 55c. 50c. Summer Underwear, all styles, for 45c. 35c. Itibbcd Vests, all colors, for 29c. "5c. India Gauze Yeats fur 19c. Japanese Fans at following Souvenir prices: Marked .10c. 15c. 20c. 25c. 35c. 50c. For 8c. 13c. 17c. 22c. 29c. 44c." $2 Gray Ostrich Feather Fans for $1.08. $1 Gauze Fans, all styles, for 89c. $.'! Very Sui>erior Gauze Fans for $2.74. 94c. Fans, all styles, for 89c. Pocket Fans at following Souvenir prices: Marked ..48c. 25c. 19c. 15c. 12c. 10c. For 43c. 22c. 17c. 13c. 10c. 8c. $1 Real Silver Garter Clasps for 89c. $3 Silver Chain Purses for $2.50. $11 Silver Chatelaines, all styles, for $10. $ 1 Real Gold and Enamel Finger Rings, 89c. 25c. Lace Pins, all styles, for 19c. 25c. Sterling Silver Pins, for 22c. 25c. Bonbon Boxes. tttth and Without chain, 19c. 1 Oc. Bangles, all styles, for 8c. 29c. large Roman Pearl Beads, for 25c. 19c. medium-size Pearl Beads, for 15c. The new Fancy Gold Double Hairpins, Marked? 17c. 25c. $1 For 15c. 22c. 89c. 50c. Pocketbooks, all styles, for 39c. 43c. Antelope Com Purses, for 38c. 25c. Double Shawl Straps, for 22<;. $1.25 Imitation Alligator Satchels, for $1.15. 1(3.98 Real Alligator Satchels, for $3.75. 15c. Belts, all styles, for 10c. 50c. English Silk Cricket Belts, for 29c. $3 Chatelaine Bags, all styles, for $2.50. 75c. Summer Ventilating Corsets, for 59c. $ 1 French Corsets, for 84c. 39c. "Directoire" Bustles, for 29c. 50c. Summer Balmoral Skirts, for 44c. $1 Muslin and Cambric Gowns, for 84c 79c. Gowns, all styles, for 59c. Ohc. Chemises, all styles, for 59c. 35c. Chemises, all Sizes, for 29c. 68'.'. Drawers, all sizes, for 59c. $1 Skirts, all styles, for 84c. 75c. Skirts, all styles, for 09c. 75c. Cambric Corset Covers for 64c. 59c. Cambric Corset Covers for 49c. 9Sc. Dressing Sacquoe and Blouses for 84c. llic. Nurses' and Waitresses' Cap* for 16c. 25c. Cai>s, in all styles, for 21c. 25c. India Linen Aprous for 21c. $5.98 Imported Scotch Plaid Waterproofs, for $5.25. $3.98 Lubber Newmarkets, feather weight, for $3 49. $2.98 "Irish Peasant" Striped Rubber Gossamers, for $2.79. $1.45 Silver Gray Circular*, for $1.29. 16c. Dress Shields, all styles, for 14c. 18c. Dress Shields, all style*, for 16c. 2()c. Dress Hhiclds, all styles, for 18c. 20c. Silk Garter Elastic, for 15c. 25c. Curling-irons, for 20c. 5c. boxes Hair-Pius, for 4c. 12 boxes Metallic Hair-Pins for 10c. 50c. boxes Beat English Hair-Pins, 43c. 15c. Tooth-Brushes, for 12c. 25c. Rubber Combs, all styles, for 19c. 10c. Rubber Combs, all styles, for Sc. 23c. bottle Bay Rum for 15c. 15c. bottles Florida Water for 12c. 35c. oz. Lubin's Extracts for 31c. 15c. Lubin's Toilet Powder for lie. 15c. Cuticura Soap for 14c. He. bottles Ammonia for 7c. 15c. Playing Cards for 13c. 10c. Writing Tablets for 8c. 19c. boxes Writing Paper for 15c. 0c. packages of Envelopes for 4c. 8ssg oo u uv VKiuen niirrr kss_ 3 ? o OU UT VE N N NIIR R 5 ? ?88o Q O U r V V KR N N NII RRR SSo R~2 o ou u vv S ii rkiir Vl "SS8 OO UU V KEEN NNIIR RS8S8 FOR OOC H H II L DDD RRR KEB If* N CCHHHL DDRRK NN N 0 H H H II L DD RRR RE IKK C C H H II L DDRRK K KK OOC H H II LLLL DDD R R EBB N NN Ten per cent off the marked price* of White and Gingham Dresses. also Traveling Malta and Coata. 08c. Infants' Slip* for 48c. 68c. Children's Caps, all styles, for 48c. 98c. 1 am O'Shanter Caps for 84c. 25c. Children's Drawers for 19c. 98o. Children's Dr**se* far 84c. ?1.25 French Gingham Dresses for 84c. 50*. Shirt Waists, all style*, for 44c. $1.30 Mlaae*' Silver Gray Gossamer*, for $1.10, Ac. Children's Pure Linen ?mdkerchiefs, 4c. $3.50 Mlsss*' Jackets, all style*, (or $3. 35c. Children's Double Knee Fast Black Bow, 25c. 25c. Children's Bibbed Llse Vests for 21c. 25c. Children's Black Lisle Thread Haas for 21a Shoes at 20 per cent discount. ?farohlMna iwM la Uaftfa PALAU B0TAI? Cor.iatfcapdF^aTa, fMXZM, S?S jrn coo n a t. S. r r * c c it aa r TIT Kit c II A A 1. ? " ? r c c ii aaa L ?* MR OOC II A A LUX JO V *X 5 FFR U i: KM K K I | | s * fr V V r Kit K co a mi kkb S AI E - A A LUX EEK - AT A R S MM MM ? M H K M M V M " S ~ f * I' M MM M *88. AAA I (: M M M . " A A UU M M M Ss" POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE. (ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS.) The store will be more lively than asnsl this Coming week. The sale uiti be n mmoral' ? on*, as the cuts hare bten deep, same grjinu straight to and. in many instances, into the rose. To mention all departments and to do each Justice in a column is an impossibility. We name a few only. Those we do mention will need all your atten tion. 75c. Summer Ventilating Corset. C9c. a pair. 5(*ses of Mackinaw Sailor Hats, feather weight. black and white. These are worth every mill of 45c. It would be of no interest to you how we (rut them; they're here for you at 2 5c. each. A 1ms of Ladies' $2 Flannel Blouses^ la.v-l front, cuffs on sleeves, nicely made, pink and blue striped, $1.49 each. To Challe Dress Patterns of 15yarda each. The designs are lanre or small. Cream grounds, exact duplicates of the finest roods. Can't tell them apart. Worth 8c. a yard. Special, 1 j yards for 75c. These four items are merely to (five you nn ink ling qf u h"t is in the rent of the column; just as Iargt bargain?, some evn mot* rrtraoritinary. You can't afford to muis reading u line. FOR THE MEN. Not one-eighth mentioned. A window full of others; see that, then come in the store, we'll surprise you. 25c. full-regular Half Hose, l'lain colors or Fancy Stripes, lie. a pair. 35c. Ribbed, Unbleached Half Hose, extra fine, 25c. a pair; 6 pair if 1.25. $1.25 b<flt quality Outing Flannel Sliirts.new stripes, 92c. each. 50c. Outiwr Flannel Sliirts. 46c. $1.75 Plain or Fancy Striped Flannel Shirts, $1.48. 50c. B. & D. Jean Drawers, Ribbed ankle, 45c. each. 50c. French Balbri?reran Vesta, Ion# or short sleeves, 31c. each. 62c. Gauze Vesta, French neck, 45c. $1 "Famous" Unlaundered Dress Shirts, plain or plaited bosom, 05c. each. 68c. Famous Unlaundered plain bosom Dress Shirts, 50c. each. 75c. "Famous" laundered Dress Shirts, plain bos< >m, 62c. each. The best values we have ever offered IN HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR. That's saying: a (Treat deal, but the depart ment has never been so attractive; our ini|iorta tions have never turned out better. You're the gainer as well as we. 150 dozen of Children's Black Ribbed Hose, Black or White feet, sizes 5 to 8Hi; very cheap at 18c. S|<e<'ial, 2 pair for 25c. 75 dozen of Ladies' Balbriisnn Hose, un bleached, all sizes, worth fully 25c, a pair? special 2 pair for 25c. A line of new patterns in ladies' 25c. striped hoaiery are unusual values, come in new color ings, black feet, .striped upper*; pin stripes, with unbleached grounds, Ac , tc. A line of Ladies' Black Lisle Thread Hose, ia either plain or drop stitch, 32c. a pair, a re markable price. A line of $1.2.? Plated Silk Ilose (Lathes') in black and new shades-special 82c, a ?mir. 50c. Ribbed Top Hose in either unbleached or black (black, warranted last color). There are no need of garters with these hose, belli* very desirable for stout ladies. Special price, 37o. a pair. 35c. Swiss-Ribbed Vests, Jersey shaped, h,.od texture, 25c. each. 50 dozen of 50c. Swiss Ribbed Vests, extra ftne cotton, lias the exact feel of wool and can hardly be told from it Special. 35c , 3 for $1. 100 dozeu of Extra- flue Swiss-Kibbed Vests, cither V or square neck, finished with silk shell stitching and silk tassel, value 75c. Special, 39c. each 75c. Lisle Thread Swiss-Ribbed Vests, in Ecru or White, finished with silk ribbons. Special, 53c. each. All of our Ladies' 25c. Gauze Vests.iir five dif ferent styles, 21c. each. UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS IN LADIES' NECKWEAR. 1 line of Embroidered "Fauntleroy" Seta (collars and cuffs), worth 50c? for 25c. a set. A line of Beaded Ruffling, in six different styles, worth 25c. and 39c., for 15c. a yard. 1,000 boxes of Flat Silk Cord, Tourist Raf fling. all colors, 4 yards in a box. 25c., worth 50c. Extraordinary values in Mull Ties, at' 8c., 12Hc., 15c? 18c. and 25c.; worth from 12**c. to 50c. NEW THINGS IN DRAPERY NETS AND LACE FLOUXCINQS. Take the Nets first. These are now exten sively worn, and make the prettiest and most stylish dresses. We are showing new effects in White Nets, which we don't think you will find elsewhere. The prices mentioned below are very cheap. The goods come iu cither Chautilly, La Tosca and Fish Net*, all silk: BLACK OR WHITE. $1.00; worth $1.25. 1.25; " 1.50. 1.36; - 1.75. 150; - 195. 1.65; " 2.15. 1.75: ?? 2.25. 1.95; " 2.50. Make your comparisons with other houses. We willingly stand the test. FLOUNCINGS, in either SPANISH GUI PURE or CHANTILLY, all silk, incomparable in either price, quality or patterns. We couldn't write enough of either, so the less said the better. These will do the talking? BLACK CHANTILLY FLOUNCINGS for $1. $1.25, $1.38, $1.50, $1.85, $2, $2.25 and $2.98. BLACK SPANISH GUIPURE FLOUNCINGS for 85c? 98c., $1. $1.25, $1.50, $1.85 and ?2. We'll not tell you what they are worth; you'll find that out soon enough. 2 pieces of Chautilly Lace Flouncing, 6 inches wide, aold for $3 and $3.25. Special, $2.18 a yard. STACKS OF EMBROIDERIES AT UNHEARD OF PRICES. We've Just opened these and they are the best values for perfect goods we have ever come across. It's a chance purchase and don't come often, so make the b^st of it. You will be sur prised as well as we were. Swiss Flouncing, worth 75c., for 50c. Swiss Flouncing*, worth $1, for 62Hc. Embroideries St 10c., 15c. and 25c., worth double. That don't eive you much of an idea. You will have to see them yourself. Big cuts in WHITE GOODS, LINENS AND DRESS GOOD8. 1,200 yards of regular 12Hc. India Linens, in plaids or stripes. special at 10c. a yard. 1,000 yards of 10c. Linen Glass Toweling at 7Xe. a yard. 5 pieces of All-Wool Cream Dress Flannel, 36 inches wide, worth 60c. Special 47c. a yard. Our 55c. quality of Cream Silk Mohair, 38 inches wide. 8pecial 42?c. a yard. 90c? 40-inch wide. White Mohair. Spuria! 77Hc. a yard. Any of the above itsms will certainly interest you. They are fit cosnparisona for thoas 50c. CHINA DRESS BILKS and 20c. KOECHLIV8 FRENCH 8ATTEEN8. I* yomr own fault if you wait too long. A U i?I; S POPULAR SHOPPING PLACM. iy31 7TB, KB AMD D KBKBZV I?. - u. ? RBB K B BUR bbbb FKrovr. Mat 31, lsIST WOODWARD k LOTHBOP. Cor. 11 U> auJ F street* a V. 6wlnr to the Inclement weather ltd the unusually larrr ac. urnulatioe of Short l*nrth*. Oil Kim, Sm?d r>.t?. |r n shall r""* ?" "alr ?* H>' to-morrow. Saturday We shsll make the ^ doubly tractive by uelud.u, th. Mtowt?T5Ui banrsiu*, the goods t-ttur offered at sreati, ?. du. ed prices I'-'V Gin?.-heui? lor He. 50-inch Vim at ??*r 1'iHc. Ampri. au silwni for He. link Lace-Che. ked U<iu fur ;v\ 500 ChUdrea, White fytomte Set*. enntat*. in* comb, brueh. and haud?lMa Reduced to 6Sc. per apt, or will aril eepantely. a* follow* ? Comb, Sc.; Mirror, .t(V ; brush. :kV (Fir?t floor > 170 Dozen Fine ?t4? All-TJ? Buck TuweU. reduced to 17c ~ch * J ,?r <u,?IU Ores! chance ?or BoardUw House aud H.-el K.*|yr?. SPECIAL SALE or BOYS' CU)THIH4L Flndins onrselve. aliKhtly owcretoofced sw ?ball offer to-morrow tuorninr a number of liues of Boys Suit* at reduced pn.es. predent in* an unusually ir.w.1 qnmrtliiHy to buy your boy a spruw and summer auit at a rrest savin* on the amount you anticipated pay in*. 1 lot of Hoy*' All wool Plaid Cheviot Suits, liifhtweubt. in botu Sa.-k and N rfolk stjl7 Good serviceable material, well made, and ia all sixes, from 4 to 14 years Reduced u> fl.iO. 1 lot of Boys' Navy Bine Sailor Suit*, with blouse waist. and emlm.iderel aail?r collar sixes 4 to I".* year*. Reduced to *.1. 1 l. t of Boy.' Navy Blue Jersey Sailor Suits, trimmed with Mm* l?,d. 4 to 10 yea?. IVHdUCtxl to #4. *'? ^?>V All w""' w* made Norfolk and Halted styles, in lu,l,t stripe.1 aud chei ked cheviots. Servi.-eable, dressy, W?mi,^ ?tld Cheap; sizes 4 to 14 year.. Reduced to *4 l.?0 IV yn' Fine All-wool Suits, at} lishlv made in Main aud Norfolk shapes^ front etriped and plaid cheviot and caasimerc mat. rial*, sixes 4 to 14 )cars. He.iu.vd to | a. ?ally sold for considerably more. tor dress ?' I I hwllftf Dm of Cr. am-Wbite Jersey cloth and Flannel SuiU In attractive and becoming styles. The J.-ra. y Suita are accompanied with a Saah. 1'rio-*. |.v ??i.50an.l *7 each Tou will pay more for these elaewhere, wehelme. B..JS Whlt? Suita < f Buck, nia.1. Sailor and Norfolk styles,both i lain and braided Vo* cute and stylish. Size*. 4 to 10 yaw (4 ;K* ? r> to ?T ."?0 each. Faury Unen aud White Dark hub. at 7."?_ ??**., #1 to #1.50 t>er|wir. Great assortment of Boy,' All Wool pant*, in Mam Shade*, miatures, checks, plaid* and I^r''*" Slze*' * 10 14 y**". dl tu |;l |vr ?">?? White ttee-Ptera Pique Kilt Kmta. lieautifully made, with tucked ?wibI and full plaited akirt and flniah.-d mitli lielt Ma>b from Heavy-Corded Kmrlish Pique,and are.a celleut value. Sizes, SJf u, fl years. Uuly fX;,Q each. SPECIAL. 1 lot of Boys' Fine Madras Sailor Kl!t Suits, with Pink and Blue Collars and 1 ufls, attractively trimmed with fancy r.iy /iur hraid and ,s-arl buttons. The haudsomeat KUt buit we ever saw. (July Boy*' All-Wool Jersey Waists, in all colors. Plain and tri-uiued. ?1. ?1.5o, ?1.h5, ?LW3^ The Be liable "Mothrs" Friend" Shirtwaist, with its detachable l.elt and riveted, inde structible buttons, iu Percale and Flaunel. Fancy colonua-s, hnires, *c, and plain White. ?><lc. to |l.'e, ea.'h. (Third flcKT.) SALE EXTBAOBDIXABT OF MTSSFS' AND CHILKKKN'S WHITE LAWN 8CITS AT \KKY LOW PUICES. Without further comments other than that thisiath" latvest and most attractive st.?k and best intrinsic v,Jue? we ever offerwL w? quote a* follows: I L^>t of Chil.lr. n's Wliite Indis Linen Bresses, made **t*retch'-ii" style, with full tu. ked waist and skirt, embroider)- on collar aud cuff*. 8l?e....^4. 0, s, 1^ aud 12 yearn. Price r-\ ??:.^"tTooTrT.?-., and ~?:i 1 Lot Of Childrt.n'a Whit. Lawn Dresses, fjli skirt of an embroidered flouuee, tucked saiat. and trimmed * ith flue ei.iliruidery Hizes?4, 6. H, 10. aud IS years. Price.*:UTj, *4. and M ?-'S. 1 Lot of Children's White lu.lia Ijuoii Dress.* with embroidered yoke and box-plaited wiuat front and liack, ?kirt of plain tucks. Sixes .4, ?. s. Hi, aud l'i yeara. Price. $3.73, ?4. aod M Ha 1 L..t of Children's "Empire" White India Liuou Suits, tu. ked sleeves, skirt laid aith Hamburtr insertions and triiuuied with tui broidery. Sires 4. 0. 8, 10. and 12 yearn. Price.*4, *4 50, t.Y50. ?(t.~ I lot of Miss.-*' White India 1 jnon Suits, with blouse waist, trimmed with embroidery, skirt tu*'Led in front aud emliroidery trimmed, very becoming, aud easy to launder. Sizes- 12. 14 and l? yeMfc Pri.-e- <tti. "$7.' More tlian a docen other attractive styles of Misses' Suita. well made, and finished with a sp cial view to easy laundering. ?N to $I. II you are thiuk.uirof makiutf up White Suita for the irirls. you should msi>oct our stock first aud you won't make them. TWO C.KEAT BAKOA1NS IN LOW PKI. Kl? LACE PINS. To-tnorrow moruin*r shall oflerf.00 cute little Lace and S. arf Pina, with colored Pearl beads; also Lace Pius with fancy colored tilass heads, aud Jet Lace l*iua with Square-cut heads, at the trreatly reduced price of 5c. per dozeu. 500 Lace Pius, with colored Pearl beads, and attractive dull Jet Lace Pins, at the greatly re dueed price of 10c. per doaeu. Both of these are offered at a rreat deal lesa than halt-price, and will be thrown out oti a center-table in the morniuir. BARGAINS IN MEN'S GOODS. Tbrea lines of shirts of which we have too many, and one line of which we have not all the sizes. Both state .>f *9airs is euoutrh to warrant ua ia dropping the price. This is a splendid chanoa for nieu. Men's Solid Linen Dress Shirts (linen bosom, bands and body)open trout or open .back, en tirely finished, splendid summer shirt, as It is cooler than cotton. Sizes 14 to 17H. Reduced to * I each This price would not buy the material that to in it. Men's Feather-weight Dress Shirts, body of I> .usdale Cambric, the bosom aud bauds of pure linen, open in front, entirely finished. All sizea. Reduced to 75c. each. Four incomplete lines of Men's Full Dresa Shirts, in Pique. Marseilles, Wide-wales, tic. Sizes 15, 15*4, lOand l(JVj. Reduced to#l. 1 line of Men's Fine (terrier's Percale Dresa Shirts, in neat stripes, dots, thrures, fcc. Cor rectly cut aud made. 1 shirt, :i collars aud i pair of reversible cuffa at the red uoed price of (Men'sdoor, lOlUFst.) CHILDRENS' CAPS. Beautiful assortment of Ca|w for both infants and little children, Distiiunu-hiujr *hai**s for boy aud mrl tables. Little Children's "Three-piece" corded Mull Caps, in three styles of flnishiuira, broad mull ties, 5t?c. Utile Children's "Three piece" All-over em broidered Csps, with hiirh mull bow aud broad (null ties. 75c. CHILDREN'S COATS. We are showing an entirely new and attractive line of children's Lhrht-weWht Flannel Coats, In liirht checks, stripes and plain shadea. (Second floor.) CAMBKIC GOWNS.?Here are the two best D> 'liar Cambric (towns yet oar pleasure tu offer. Ladies tfoiinr sway should not overlook them. Both are made frum Ixnsdale Cambric: one baa a \ -aha|*d yoke of fine tucks, finished with herrintr-bone braid; the other has s yoke of two Hamburtr Inserting* and fine tucks, both are trimmed with Bamburir embroidery, and la.tk are offered at the low price of one dollar each. CORSET COVERS.?Another Hundred Dozen Muslin Corset Covers, h4fh aud low neck, fin ished *eams.buttonsand button holes complet* Only l-)tc. each. (Second floor.) GLOVES. Ladies' S Button Lentrth Muus quetaire Suede Glovaa. embroidered back.n taua sliatles. Only #1.35 per pair. Ladies' S-Button Leufrth Extra-fine Mousqua taire Suedi Gloves, in Black and Tan Shadea. Only *1.75 per pair. Ladles' 8-Button Lengths Superfine "Tre fouser" MousqueUiri buede Gloves, ia Black and shades of Tan. Mode. Gray and Fewu. em broidered back. Only per pair. We confine our notice to theee K-buttoa Leiurth Suede Glovee on account of their popu larity and deeirabillty for wear 0n dreas ooca aions at the seaahore and reaorta. W ASHSILRS. In addiU.m to a beautify line of fancy stripes In the popular Wash Surahs we offer Plain Cream which will make a beautiful evening drees, tl per yard. LAI'-KOBES AGAIN. W e have raealead an other hundred Plain Gray Momie-Cloth Lap* Robe* Price same a* before, vis ?Oc. each. MOHAIRS REDUCED. We offer the balance (sbout 15 pieces) of 27-inch Plain Muhalre at , the trrestly reduced price at W5o. par yard. Tbaarai* especially desirable for Traveller I'later* and are alao exten^eely need for Dal- * moral Skirta, as tbsy wash perfectly. A# shadea of Tan and Gray. Musi to' 145c. per yard. At Limn* Dept. WOODWARD ID k LbrrHBQPv WlUk?<riia.gL