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WASHINGTON. WEBREuDA...................eg , t ooma . NOT, 1.... ............ UEE TEN3NuJO NPAR a aegete and snemmm ewusm to W heethese se auers hm e s eamy eshe qpgs to shefety. As a tasal XEWo Vmper d Ad. westiame eaum IS h-e moeompesgr. The rgmeu for the treey is soe whm Se chice is laid before me yams and grea. tbg town between h m and the WKeehmd who, and whor. eonditiows are with tat epid -rmt eas be secured in no other way thm theugh the cheap trolley. doubta the ds er and disaguremout of the evera.m sW ase wily endured in me .--mm ..ies te in dispesable e-mdis-. of rapd transl. And there are e...e in which a mimlzig of te evie of the troley system, based an the cherge et ignorance concerning it, and an e geration of its benefil, are in a measure jstided by re ae as the pubic interet. Bt the whole trolley argument falb when it i applied to WIehingto.. It is ridiculous to toahmate that She local almost universal opp=sitim hIs its fondation In a UAck of toformatim, whem two Of the best eonstructed and leet objmetimb@ Setler liams in the country have, Ing been see. enfully operated in the city's 'abe. The troRey 0as novelty here. The propositio to give it the freedom of te city dew not eown clothed with strange terr., The observant Washingtomian knows an about its amerits and demerism. He know. what it is good for and what it is not good for. He t. erates it in the suburbs an for the me the 6nly mechanical substitute for here power that the amount of travel will permit. He ppe vigorously and emphatically its etenstm over the smooth residence streete et the city, new adorned with trees and parking, and over the compaatively marrow and eewded business geests. Be ds not reject the troey in favor ot *e spavimed horne or mule. There is no ob imate ignorame or old fogvisse in his position. Be mes that the capital shall have rapid reamt, and he means, if his wishes have any weight. that the mechanical motor by which xapid transit is effected shall be a vast saprove ant upon the overhead wire. The car horse mt go. and the subetitute for him at the cap. tal will be semething better than the trolley. It is hardly worth while to argue to this com munity that it cannot enjoy rapid transit and re hef from mule transportation except by accept awe of the troley when it seesable and storage battery motors in sutceful and satisfactory eper94on upon its streets every day. Paris has a pneumatic motor in successful operation. Bao-Pe:.th for three years ha enjoyed an elec Irk conduit system. Washington is pr-i..d by the Metropolitan a more eitensive use of storage batteries than any other city in the world. Washington does not aced to be edu cated up to the trolley. It ho outgrown the troley. The overhead wire is now viewed and spoken of in Boston as a temporary makeshift between the car horse and a more desirable me hmaical motor than the trolley. It is in Wash , gton's power to secure at once the best forms of motor without passing painfuly through tis intermediate stage between the spavined horse and the ideal mechanical motor. Affairs are fst coming to a crisis in Eaglad. It seems that the tories or coaservatives are desirma of going to the country in the ap preaching electieas om some other issue than home rule for Ireland ; that , home rule pure and simple. A digression is sought from the Main quetion by the prime minister. If home rule is to be the issue any how he woqld create Much a feeling in Ulster as would. in his juag ent. be eumcient to cause the anti-Gidstone Iberale to contine voting with the govern eat. At present some of them are diats.dn with their alliance with the tories and show a decided inclination to return to the liberal fold. It is calculated that the result of the &ast by elsetion is a syaptom of a renewal of the all amee. Lord Seliabury is likewise endenvoringto inject other matters. some of thet of a local WA industrial character. into the eampaiga. Whether he can do so or not he will hardly be abbe to divert the publi- mind in Great litain frhm the necessity for home rule in Ireland. arly in the saummer the spectacle wil be presented of a great contest between the partise such ans ba not been witnessed in several years, or since the het general elections. There are very many points of difference between a Bush p4arliamentarY and an American con galual or preidential election. but there are 8lse se points of resemblance. The mams earnestners charncteriaes the voters, with less viradness. hoaever. arries the ocean in the pewSpaper appeals and descriptions. The bear that escaped from the Zoo may yet he a candidate for a winumment. He may be oe of the dbes whaue very obscurity of action mbmance the glory of the ir deed*. His fate was a hard one. but when he met it he had the satiS factiom of knewg that hi. martyrdom was in a worthy cae.. If. as has been suggested, the hear fond appro itions so sertnt that the subsitence of the aimnals in the Zoo was likely to be precarious. there could he no better way of calling attention to the fact th:*In by wander kg away and throw. ing himself on the maercy of society in gener al. The idea that it was a mae of enaplete self-aerilce to the interests ef the Zoo is plea'sin~g and pinusible. The au thoritie. may hare *u-t Acl andl assisted his anderakins:. 'ihey may havre stood at the gates and tearfully a i-Led hina esace., on his jour ney. knowing that it was the, most effective inner to brings to public attention the oon ditio.. that exis.ted at the Zoo. Hie goes to his grave with his reputation for peace and good order blasted: andi yet who shall eay that his hange will not one day b:e laced on a pedestal to keep his memory r.lire forever? The Briti'h ncsratiree are highly gratised because their local gove&rnment bill for Irelbad his pumsed its serend reading' in the homse of eamnous by a larger vote than they expected. ht seem that a number ot the Irish members were absent. Mr. Gladstone made a powerful speech in opposition. ahich was praised even by his enemis. In this effort ha iempaled Lord Balsu-r for his incitement of the Ulbser teries to rSmn. hat Balfoar, the prime samiter's nephew. in the name of the governmenmt, camse to the defense of his uncle and approved of all has declarations. The 9enate hue, in its effort to secure pretee tion for alieiss in this centry, by providing for te puMnismet of violesors of treaty rights, sirr-ed up sme very nice que--io-.of lhw. Olur recently ree-tablised friendip with lamIr is a remindr, however, that a eateeey asisi of the problem is a maatter worthy of a ged deal of study and care, The trolley caet killed a ama in Busts. a law wees under such cetrnesaes tha as este cos add net vensture to eny the fact or atterapt to expisin It away. The sums cearnt has freeuently hilled hore, and yet the trolley advocates costims to ket %ttec sent is herm.. The poittical prophet has e4stld desn to heise with an armthhmetie and a hand paeSLs Abeady these is a supply of data and dader Men emteinted to gave ~ent ame to every mesity af politial baefet Mr. Vattuem deeinem that he spmb an a Mend of Mr. Clweimd's.Ib Tharme the em Passienta in the hamiia pueinen efeme she dae to he sered from his Mm.. ev. nitn .lee ieeideie oeuamd .4ih te hat that a pse9 est bee, m p a eee to he handed wtadelimy last Bes lhe t uwei reneskg Mism. sm b. from 0e si of 0e jese. as asd atay ea,3W e se esmpisime of an -is es ---.- -eaenisen Eaca Aso E. T...a ., mi.... . NMWA. "M. T.A? WI=Lm A ra. . am AN.ocmx..ssgteMaMmee A. uui s ~mu m w winum wel -nnemrw U.BN. MIsm 0 T 4".a8 a ..o.. of" -sn ame l vaTwio -peb to lbhistoy stlhd wa i d bo WeW to O am ea-Aem' amne a laf am sr beoly e &won. O---N -t aeym. aMuiin th Mte ft ^wmv gtaf lMe V pmvs a"h- t ma def toeu. gW to a hat~.....r.e sa..st..d.. o fa wWeVrow at lb hama moulammeto M opeak a fa aebptemm Is, M e.. .tso t.l.,. Om. Fms Toqvau YAm. or CAo.cu POUT DT..mgD. LAc= WOE.= 1VMS SLU TO . A-naw. 10. OxLT 75. A YAzw Aa t..o ae. ,m veat..,whmem Wa ., lo te msh hm t hai iaty thuee t 7mr eW chese lames when amashet et amak lmar esta bu it asows hlt a IM humred yanb. Ad yet Ih ,Pa.ulem Isey spimple. The saester melleiso how at hs pouso asend to r Very hist rce abd bo acadingly. Theme is Piat -86 hamde LaMs anat be imp"%& toT ytedlWotaby Si le mthm 41.W. . J., 3.3 a"L .M a Y"rd, ommemmay lb &ad in =mn. Th. mpor se ats pJew .... he e.d tha. .al a .th omoi advange ad a lse steck still as nd Wan me..d for., out.aL e hs oe, a a.ame salmm ma* sama is as spiai Wanbagse sbeS Iag a.om Will to luse m.ou.e. A GieAwrc Lmem Pve.A.. Nor, ...y..oa , c ..adse, theme ,,e.. ,me bvr-pree Petal d'3=mandbDoe7-lue-n but man "ths. ameag which we 2.M ywa of mlk Chanil) lacesr. imasirg t width frm 9 to It laes at ali e. yaed for chojee. AM &rae CALS fts biffftW hidr. sirae. f quemitles beNotoforeldd No..Ue., 7dr. and Mr. a yard. may ethers. So seportor we thme % tisch-wide Iace Drapery Net %fird at S. a yad that but a few huhre yards Vesmse Of the two tbo. Smed that wee heoe beg two dAwe deo. And thm Lao Pmcl Coers; reed eawe as aleis S ntea. but -vn bket u ai galm a S5-bestial spied mno of Haad4un Lace Covern tha" asenfy "M 012.50 at rOWel. I" A 13G A N Il A A 0 A A MNN % UAAL 30 00 AAA ff X~ BRISA A BOGG A A UN U The Peant dImelam laceseferemd at 75& ayard will be seomd wommew ON lb ast. &or ersata Coautar. on the secolb sem aetohelbolowlag "s pedast," r Thsmw cnly: v U it XI00 U U A iN" INe Pal01- fleymfe weI-kMwa ledic Radi lawa Waink, rdaced from &ML t51.48. Chlwafta3 Giaghoma Dwessef ute. and 9e. much as mualy meld as Mr, Mad l.28 Nm I %e4 yimo. T2 ALLaU AOL. (^..n...da bows.) You W.L. UNUaS..nza rer ..t l...as lta m.ow .t y..v.. yew home for a eisemr. Wasld aot the nw ar iwal Want to meke alteratisme in the armem ma lb fme a tog he lb houe Of enmos this doe not Imply lack f taoe a yew pat or t part of lb aewOaOMer-2' sem methh ia Atao s b ntuxo ffir ematy raereadved then esssdased. And s with a nw =m=er JIr a doeprtament In aduo Mbe the Phals Royal. The aewaemmer can't a uMti his ps. decemosm doeket goods iN oemd aid his lrated. Thus it is you fed our new Wap bayer fsamamt savtg you the ack he foaud kmo. A AA A A AA& A A The aals oyalft Wmp Degartmt is vitnfy a new atome. r. lAada, te new buyer. has cate kiabas crdme. and he is certataly studytom your ilat este ma elosara aptat lemetbam whaelei price m a 0s Aefbussd Ake. WNK WW ENSU E WVWWW NENWM WWVW Nev seodsha been ama ee eo c Mstatly avtwkm. m so htt is already mid Th Pr lda6 Ragel is Aeadquarter. jbr Blar samie ad Waidt.. Mel the loweqt prised, but certainly lhe chmp SEs T 0T 0 3an -E 00, 8 3..3.. SUrr-ne8-Tb6 m .us imsate lb .. poeetityci lb gsamentm being geared. ies et bae dtom aergo; lhe oolmr Navy ad SleB. mdy be te hlde. Toer eye will tenl you etl theeand ainish. We ca nw ala. aitertise Cresa Berge Suis ci a nme Isr ame ameeto lhb Meemty Sm...r Sti.. ae wheek are theme with sepoudere. See the Ciem. Navy ad misc Costa..e heing efess as al @12.85emob. RWr adse a eis tre re JAr uaauual slaso er be etteradsene. vradek esa new he adei rs dispatbA then pose-sea eal mest and 6cybro. LAZE-i JACEETSet every dmecrlwtion. Thbne gaimab et Mavy mad Ulack Mamal mlal Ud J. each aoe o ein asso ty tel the i Seal bury. them paid. gelb peppritar. ad me wilk this $6AM Sterm Servo Blamer. 2N, te. wRi brlay me,. stm them preat. WAIST...muutE.S.LI ..S,.....,hese e, i, fiS...b ml to reef.....al.....tymle...desoos, aenetommy aeestot lb esmty. Tb Ial me. rival, a er hs satie, is Mavy. ismh aml Onmel, the apparance et lhb smk mime eapodsvo sAn Wabta., maly 6L.5eat. 8.. them S ik Waem al OfM. UA . 6.4a 97.50msh. W APP...upte6a em ah muae lb 1aMm ailtee win coa~es esoeee ater. ho'eaeei. -ens wkt~w~smwsad eeoesiedmmdnm ad ememe a sge. Wail tou eesmsama e em -Tea seasted emepeia hes tomsme. 50 Pu. C.. D1a.w.. Milse bish dlemoe an. Aii -s o tehemsa at. -ees smahed en thema. Iut tieessrue toeat d ht 5mm'as 8Mm. to semes Am to 30pese wm t 612.6ma aml *. you8.M. dmist.Q lQM -t pa. ens ASi sehu Sep e asuSele mmsemdlbgted es f apsenesma IeasU Iuits aise at - par em M 26. e=os ea:.s a~mjEae mei mes to ese t 30 - ~ . . p... he sa.Them tos age . -ae Stse ies0e T. M......g. Tma F2. Mzu.mm. CEm uaHaurn N 1. .~ To.. Ar 8.30 A. IL W. B.. Wns Ar. ITS Mumn A"a Powma O. 8.... GazaT Snrr SArLK CzAS Aim SUrr.. SPECIA CWAK SA. SRMIrA JACKET SAL. Chtm of thea $2.98 xm $6. SeCIAL CAP. SAL. "Or*-,t1.'w $8.00. SECIAL TZ" HAT SALE. Trim US1.. wr y . ChoIce of the lot teom , a W SPerL UXTIMIMxD HAT SA. U ius~4d Eats, th ati sas., les S esanuF. ras' st.SD. - Fie;; era t es tham. on-l. ee.ha SPeAL FI.ow SALE. Plow.''iir ai"'m."ilre-.". ."t e".* -wW W'st Wn.ar Ti'MA .5r. SPECIAL iR115301 SALE. S PaeL . o.d . r S amoire I t 4 Inche wie in A l o , MTe 4W. SfEIAL CPAE CAL. Th se k Zooo ashid n all e tlors. Ee ulan ftafer TIpfl Ulovse. 7r SPIA LAMi. WAISTS SALE. Srtma. tur H wt SALE SPECIAL LADIES UNDERWEAR SALE. Tievariby f ast tcom rlesta Whgoth Isn growth S an eiar. t isa weaus fa thaSte dincy, tpbrtin of the cessityIn st fo. hei. me orey of ainl an d on oatmmno to isn Inarsinad prmelastt s. I ama Vl~oWn fat that gth aitowa ecite withol btas e f thisr wht.n Ma fro t naraloI adiastin..wpctlymr ed to be theo Bad ie subrbs and special development of any see tio depends fn two teic: Firt e advantages which nature originally providae, aw secomad, the en terpriwn ldcharacter of the people upon wholw the development depends. The growth of Wasgtion s sI groatend romi that soherhm property e, Inevitaly come Into hgent den. Compar so of the prirs twenty and ten Yoe ag with the prn Vgice of rea estate shows bow wonderful the development of an city has be. The dalse in valtw dur the ist Ave yeas alone have beammu hamate. The Incrpeoe of pwomthe Iet only a 6e "y to the pak. but an Index for The fatre. In 850 Wmbngton's popfale n was St.W7; In IBM. %080; In 1870. 131.700; IBM0 17. , whnde the last c omfts ves 230.80e. All theme facts combin to show covelusively that Glen Eho has the greatest. most-speedy-to-e-roaol ineat of amy sub b i the United tates. ft Inst the noticea capital of the eat republe. the richest, most powerful. moat enterprising and rapidly developing nation on the globe. In comsequemee -Washington Is fast becoming the great residence ity of the United State. and the wealth and brains of the country are rapidly centering bee. The wonderful prosperity of our country today i increasing the population and wealth of Washing Sm at an almost Incredible rate. Glen Echo In in the most direct lie of the inevItable tread of improvement. It is the spot moat favored by mature all of Wiashimton's suburbs. It possess an the beauties of the Rhine or Hudson. the high ele valion requisite to a salubrious climate and close proximity to city advantages; it is but little amore than helf the distance from Washington that the old lines of Germantown ten years ago were rom Philadelphia. Now the two eitles ae one. - That Glen Echo has the enterprise and charecter In Its promotes necessary to aae it take then lead In development is evidenced by the remarkable accom puishmast during the last two years. The almost miraculous growth of western cities has been outdone. This rapid developament usually carrie. with It an aneuatantisl nmbroom growth. Not so at Glena Echo. Everything there is apparently done to outlast the ague and tho ggrneur an ueuty of It is beyond A pernhaw in esm' Echo either forma homne or a laveetmmtbadomrtltoheagoodoae as it It were onF street. E. 6 E ALTZLEY. Rooma 7. Sun bsildtng, will be pleased to aford every desirable person every opportadty of investigation. Call upon or addreass them. it *tt** C***A* .st ee*e WA C EANER.Y NC WUR PUTTER RUTER AN GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER AND YOU WILL. 33 CON YINdND TEAT WE NANDLE 8peen'a ls~ntfc eeen s N. A. Po~e It se L~OUISIANA AVE, N.W. ...ee.............ec Ceeee e~eene c W. A. Pusi & C.. =t SIEsMr. A33.3* A.. 00. GunA 1gz-D0wir 8Au. OfEnAnnMAng11w2111rawnSam bh& hh OIDE 0,3*, M113MDoa 811.3 1mbbe iwssm 1r the pas theeW e -a treated a sg. sId PUDCUASa MeM..k.. 0 moi0 T mAnnAISM aege wi., fer when peeplemyrs " -- aqwhm 'sb@eet. Wae very 1~.ga m ft VA"~ we bmr boas giir tine weak. Iak at todw%~ MT. 1%gh . IETRAORDINARY VALVES. M:I DOWN IN BEL.. 10 dAll NOVELTT sELTa. an eow SILK and METAL EF0, ele DOW TO 1GA.w Swxn.Lu.Ao E ETCT. LvadhndWs FAMOUS PERFUME. EeSW prie. Xfc. MARKED DOWN for TRURSDAY ONLY TO) Tc. gnawe. 3 Don LACE LIux. Ho.E. D'inxt froma PrIs. FABT MIACE.fnp ric. $1.:25 MARKED DOWN TO 7F6e. pair. LADIES. ENGa.Si GAUEE VE@T. Hgh sek. leas setvesor high meck and sbat Se'e. Frmer price. 24 and 3tc. MAREED DOWN TO 21C. each. GOODVAL.UESIX C .ILDEs. REam CHILDRSN'S CLOTH REEERS. Mn NAVY IN CARINAL. trImmed with White mohair braad. via"S2to &years. tier. 8.1tipema. CHILDIEN'8 BLUE CLOTH REEFERE. dee 3 to & years. treaed with BRAGS BUT TONS -nd ANCHOR. SPECIAL PRIOE, e1.ac mh. CBILDREN's CLOTH REEFES. in STRIPED or plai, in 11 11 SA DES sad OOL OUK. Ngl.t av.d DARE EFCT. well nade. MAIAS8 BUTTONS. NPECLAL PRICEC. gL 6401. ALSO DOZENS OF OTHER STYLES i REERE WI a stE%14AAL PRICES. MARK Dow IN UMMER SILK. I Piece 24-inch BLACK SURAM SILK with WHITE SPOT. Frenmer price, 6L. MARKED DOWN TO 70r. yar-d. 1 P-ece 25-Inch "LACK SHANOHAI SILK with WHITE FIOITRE. ernser prea, 91. FOR TiHURSDAY. fD-. 1 1ece td-Inch BLACK CHINA BILK with FIOURED STRIPE. Forner price. $1. MARKED DOWN TO &wsc. ypd. I Pl'ce 24-inch BLACK CHINA SILK with W1ITE PLOWER. Former price. L12%. MARKED DOWN TO 75c. yard. MARK DOW IN BUTTON. COLORED SILK BRAID BUTTONS. DRESS SIZE. 5. doz. COLORED SILK BRAID BUTTONS. COAT SIEE. 10. dozen. SMORE PEARL BUTTONS. DRESS SIZE. Former price, 25c. MARKED DOWN TO Bc. dozen. I LOT JET BUTTONS. Former price. 25c. MARRED DOWN TO 15c. dozqn. 1 lot COLORED IVORY BUTTONS. Former price. 10 and 15c. MARKED DOWN T02c. down. MARK DOWN IN LACES. 1piece'10-inch CREAM SILE CHANTILLY LACE. Former price. L *MARKED DOWN TO 75c. yard. 14-inch CREAM BILK CITANTILLY LACK. Former price. 41.3& MARRED DOWN TO ite. yard. I piece 13-Inch CREAM SILK CHANTILLY LACE Former price, 2.50. MARKED DOWN TO 41.75yard. 14-inch CREAM SILK CHANTILLY LACE. Former price, S1. REDUCED TO S1.3b6 yard. .2-inch NORMANDY VAL. LACE. Former price. 75,. REDUCED TO .e. yard. MARK Dow In NOTIONS. WATERPROOF SKIRT PROTECTORS. all SBADES. rnner price, 23e. MARKED DOWN TO l9c. each. I lot FANCY RAT PINS. Former price. M9e. MARKED DOWN TOte. each. 1 LOT HATIN BELTINO. in BLACK or WHITE. Former price. I for 10-yard piece. MARKED DOWN TO - Mec. Pie-e. W. A. PERCE & C.. 719 MARKET SPACE. it Cor. th St. and Pa. ave. TA GOWNS AT LANSBURGH & B.0-8 THOSE OF YOU THAT ARE DE BATING WHETHER TO BUT A TE GOWN ALREADY MADE OI TO PURCHASE THE MATERIAL AND HAVE ONE MADE-WE ARE ANXIOUS TO INTERVIEW-WE WOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU WHAT YOU CAN BUY READY, MADE AND SHOW YOU SOME KQUIS ITE STYLES-AND AT PRICES YOU COULD NEVER DREAM OF HAV. ING A TEA GOWN MADE FOR. WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT IS NEW AND MANY-YES AND VERY MANY STYLES-THAT ARE CON FINED EXCLUSIVELY TO US THE FIT AND FINISE OF OURA8 ARE TO0 BE WONDERED AT-AD MIRED AND APPLsAULDRDHERE ARE A FEW POPULAR-PRICED ONES WHICH WE WOULD SUG GEST YOU COME AND SEE-WILL SURPRISE YOU: FINE WOOL CHALLT.E TEA OOWNS IN BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS AND COL ORS WITH 3ILE FRONTS. CU FFFS AND COL-LARS. COLO3 - OLD ROSE. PINE. CARDINAL. LAVEN DER AND HELIOTROPE. PRICE. FINE WOOL. CHALLTE TEA GOWN. Wit ..n... e... ..d d.., r.M.. trimmed . en a of ribben. These Gowns bare been in etock het a few days, yet there hare bees mtany mold. They cosapare weR With mouse sold for 65 and 69. Wemaeeisngorfor- WI. LADIES W.iTE Wwu,E Li Beautiful new designe, rangninI pie frue.65to 58. Thes e sone per ticular style to *hich we would eall rour atteaties. Thim S aiMd of a Sem India Limn., with tacked yoke and fun hark. andisety trimmsed with wie Irish point embtroidery. WINA VE ONE IMMENSE DRAWER IN WBICH WE DEPOSIT ALL OUR ODD BIZES IN TEA GOWNS. NO MATTEE WELT PRICE THEY P0D. KER ROUGNT TOP CAN CLAIM TOUR CR0IC3 AT 055-PIPFE 08W TUE Manrmb FRICE. ALL. ALTEATIOMS ANE MAHUWS US 31a ITs. A ETIRED FIT TING ROOM FOR TOUR 00MFOST AND CONVENUENUB. MPATENT OU0I. ING PANS GIVE OURSTORE0 'A 36. LIGETFUL TEMMBAUW.: EVERTIME 30O13 TO ISAt - -00 - MLEARAN. BURGW' wes t ion aebs ei laam N"2 Va 9t .W le to 9r =u't .2! we onoman &Ip mal 10 P L . w. It BIMTh TO ODE1 A 11PBOALTT. A L= BnAvTT. As.mo the tbsua----ad dlrest styles t boes we have hemaid we have n.ve mena set:sr methea - "2n0AOW C3ILD'S LOW O0E. Male by a seclal is Cbht'S Law cut lesweer, thes lte hae-eaes medeis of werkassahlp and perfe tihetstyle 'at. Theyaespiag. heeled, wae of best quality pasem leafter vaase, with denseola quo ters, be batemi sass the t ep with a strap. whik Is covered be a hAdseme orne ata olk bow. The Haie ae of best qeality ead we ppfetly smooth. maktag I a Shoe of extrems elenae. The pse we ate seUl thee Goods for is eutrely out of kespig with their high quaty. Bires a to a................... ILS , Ses is"PA 1094 .............. 1. &Ai11 to 2.................. L80 Sizes 2 to4 ............... 1.75 Sultable for Ruys' or Orie ver. WN. H ARN & .' C.1 RELIA BLI BROS NOUS. 930 Ad an 7th It., 1914 and 1916 Ps. aVe. 31Pa. &ve.. a. * t A. IAUFKAN TOMORROW TRU AY We owl AuO doan'# Sum 1berWe11bt Anutralissab's wool Uudwesr. IMgh In i bunl froe the 14N0 KILLS. Goods worth *1.50 jLamt o rt 75c. FU HaID]I. ml 0 TOMOO FHU D EN We will oll yon 50dosseine 4,. Window rs. extaon awleta fthea ab min chocks worth froin 25t. to 3.i. c - TOMORROW. THRSD5AY. We will HAW 05m ft. -L 6"~ ILat ul. "c& """" -19 tel fuic Of *114s TOMORROW. THURIZYO Jr In............ " . Fou LADum. TOMORROW. THRDY.ihA-n ai 7.or, " are wth 1.00 a y. rd. .................. 590. T00IoWTuz Lix Tom. TOOBwt iee De iee a*1 TOMORROW. U D We sell 100 idwn fas A& JT a"""" 69e TOMORROW. T211NI D cs AND EVEY ,DA Y. We oilfChmUI. Pe 4 , .window dsplay.Sedt1 909ZXI A. Aio# .W.k O St. O "vea SP....A -wh 11 & de oss the.a Ist 4), reter f thedlas. eoarert '-ms' awndo dr eisa. y t cu C eelat Cneusen The aes. e ad Car sde eCsmie ees. fate 0out.peteee CuAbst an ChaetwS th is edthatbd ee so and aseda - ,ee byit, "ule thatiity.C~a res. they m4te (ate ,esal h (bisd tes albtos t at. er umit.0aiheefsnet. W e (s.e -resad essmede densn ear the hsee rleasseydw Ciml year CA401 the ises-te this C(bse" em-a csei (bth p tha im wIu (emet yAr bledens the ae etr "ourIne ell;es Qaur Iath lein Whe Cenlaieeel Q Oreda 1sanl (seadlE. aCW- 3insa A bv y---tmeperAsematisan ff T U I S A A. -IC*..b..n AYU.t. - F.C. Here..m..o 907 PA. Am. W.r . IT Wn Bs Worn $1 - V..b.y., e... ...r - - M C.NT the us&te --- -- -eche unms .. Am essg - Wort oafe eeIV's b-. Tun. Omm ---- rs .IS In Odar to test cadver tlsentebts, and is esuivaleut to m - *beste (/etA o ON DOI.A to --- eeer o a onsenthme iscmpos. for -- - them so PER C..T is detected frem - -- our previosly loe iswes.. --- WOr. $1. - L". B "*Gr^N I Nm 1. an do.s. ..,e- Pre. ....s et Waist.. Sold everywhere at 2 . *. A AKc..u l Em: No. 2. La~dles' Griy .ait Cloth Rsir tuts. bell SkIrt. full roll bler, notch collar. lap seams.pefct ittlung.and Well worth S.. roiro' price.... $.98 Tu BON MARCUE. 314-316 7T. ST. N.W. A Fiv DAYr GLOv. SAL. lAdies of Washington and vicinity Wi pleasI read this carefully. It will be to your intereet. Comemeing toNehrow We shall Inangat & live Day.' Olove bargain .al., oferlng esh day three genuine bergains. 70mercew. f'Auroft. May W. the foDow tng wil be found am our center counters: Foster .ook Gloves (7 hooka)ef m" Frem* Kd, d--5K5X 6. ma .e..n at hrger sias miing are reduewd onm $1.65 To$1.12. Ladies 4-hattes Dresse KA Gimve to 2ta ad Elach oulY. Amnes 4957. Radefreesm $1.62 To $1.37. lM.M..m.tg slk 3Mt Ji Wete .a a*. R.guar pri.. 75c. '..... a 58C. AU RA Gloe &Md SMk MUW =es et ow &a . . . a a t...sr.... Iveeuto .tar. Lovm Gew. CoMPAv.. 911 rM.rvAI AvaLI.. 911 rv vR 33n A A 0 AA U N". ." U AAA A3000 AAAIIU N W. ..S A A R R 000 A AU N NNW As Jrnur. Law..mf... F S. So..Co. 13w.. Svepattern.sattobte forfurntaspm. dice. elledd fasA Sc. to.B. 100 Fite Dove .ofa Pliows. 3..Inch 9 pses 50lmch Sink Tapssis, in ile e.1.a..n.. --ne b........ M.IUSh Tapstries ad amitm. Re.. Tai ared sm el and .b 1.5d 5e 0a e ed . vessiureomejawtk afa pret eur M.... Cei.. a 51. .0. a... 20 lac Curasine at 61 each. AT T.. Rr..O0 N. Y. Av. Temmusewwewm ife at the Rnk, em Nw Tortav.. neartlflh.qmis-ar Ish..... (maa.ne 1t ee. a half pries, via: 75e. nsteader S.1.. We 4. thi ipl t..aelet ea a t. the Unsk. where we areelekig euteur msua toek et Itiata. .Jurius. L anSRURe.. C03. 13 T. AND F ST.. N.W. T.3 "Rn.x... N.W Y.. Av. it N~a.13. "H4T Ta.-Br Wan& Ro0~. W & R..... Te... 8... Au., F..... T~a, 8.. .. .- P. C. A. Mreormn. 64 t.TU ST.. GAs S:e.,a ,..aut.... EXPENaE OF COAL. bouble of shme. TUE HEAT. Oak in half thetim, twoul to rpwertue . Thea Day a Got R&aa. Ifyu WOt aGARANOEtb twitt4 all be egoklar at $1 tot? lte taesth, He veey beat make. guaratteed to Blake. ac.. Call and a" the GAS 8-10TEi. TME LOW PRICES. Me.. C. A. MUDIIAN. 614 12th at. bend for a COatIuN. gy25 A MTHW DERNUIIM A SOCE.reL. EEPERINENT. rNfIRSDOLP Is noted by merebantn in every lma M n of day flor trade. No on" attempts to give a Iea on yhy bualseas should be dutlerin that day than on tay other. but nevertheless It tk ace.pted by hasiaes eople as an ~npleesant. but unavoidaMe fac. We don't believe in chanre and have derided to we veil the mytery of this unamcouatable dallsaem. The nares of our last Thursday's ale proves thA. we we aght. People will buy on Thursday as well an m any ,ther day. The fault. If any, lies with the wnerrhants who do not offer sufcient mducoement. Dull daym, no matter when. are 0ot cosasisent with our advance'4 nethods etdoingbeiaess. We'd tather habsy and nove oudooda. It we do maetee preots for a day we feel well repaid by the aowdfefeased easteeser ho appreciate or liberality. THE INDUCEMENTS WE WIL. OFFER TOXORROW WILL PUOVE EVEN MORE ATTRACTIVE THAN THORE OF LAST THURSDAY. WREN OUR FACILITIES WERE TAXED TO THEIR FULLdAPACITT. AW v" wM~And t~ahe sea fbW. do tA gin a" ee Ow vuAu Are toer a "& S cAL TURSDAT BA. GAIN. Asla. Tbr.ay. we have aa eidd .s a unaaon NOMINAL PRICE for yaer ebeo of anygooa.ts..eu... Teme.. a TWzvT-nm C=T .I "" 0 ' nA ?An11. The followin. dp.n... wU e wags. aented In thwk great eele: Fuar.rs FOR MEN Aim WOME. VASES. Brc-A-Bde. AiT G0m CuTirT. JEW. E. LEAT.E.aGCo0 . B.euE... IrATw... Gm Awm Bow OvTTrrx=O. Evey a oe Will be euile tat Ias tw aru 'lee at the prTe aderti e--mm 14 1 the .od hold ,M. MA T TH.E W BB EER RMNNE EEE M M M... 103, 405, 407 7T. ST N.W. MM"X fi NNN P ? MMt if R RN N "" 00 PN P PA IV 00 W EA A N C fA 8 8A ? 807 PA YN. W. Mad te et .ele he is e seemse Won.. o Ih eem..........m ~ h 50 ..5 .... I I ""!: mI** 59e L -rin ArNVASu.690 -0 51 L..u. N..8.....7$1 BAww Cumm -AT T UIA LAO= OVP LOWI To isoViw FMr UN *%*bm Is & saw. finblue.8 Wa. hav. Wit a kenw ammm~ --mo tigyet. xcw . 'bur. With ouchs aftri to so" tI -ean& at IN r tvw a m hev Mable hem - It Wngl P* you be team .WW thena ynurvlvig. Thee. oE oven at *ee vl ir haebh crows tktw - n *3RtAO iv e oaea toimie' eatlive--M~AT14 CArd aud!DNMSE. 11ame arm At*wt'-lem'gee bute tle No all -frelh AS0ed thls amo.... n46 cneftebloble voi.t &vw belig. We heem ati .'w S1~toee avy twae th li toUl ask volifte,%f eeed LAlikiUkt %NlIST VIIIATS. with esil withou1 1tSIa, - a1-0, tieMaW ith 10411101VI *1t~ertu-rol.10 04.:.040407M. to vinw-ity ISTte,*,e vonie CAa. bloh. tmi 4.00%0-. fulittan~. .Vq~ %.4~ W1umea with eli. -, leve milk-17 1.,417 V.. %39D; FREeI1 111114~w M ifels 'tLl ('11UL ANDIKP*b(*9 N A 11. is WhW Anad ",&jew- *I W. t., $&1 ('AUtlIt aSPA lAITA00%f SORTlk V*-11-M GmadM "qt's0citE n.1-1 tuelo -W le. IL At t. et ~altft 4-",d 1.a"h .ta im .9 INISIA IAXEN 14114ST pIMO 0*65.e veah. ft all- -** eohir dderv - W sew twbl.t N4e lot aged roill. Amialeed with Haemeleow afine. lt! l-4vee. bw3b abeeuldm eMd dee-e 1am of.1 Mad T.6I.1 TILENCfl.VNs LteCE 1SFSR -*I04 StICK (CHtNA PtI. I9 h#t. ClIfDREN*8 CAMhIoSI !il t.1 01,t111ph. wite eumar IWAS. glelet aodts. ti~me.. o.. plaitedl culevrae wae"ia. -elbe aged culle oft Ileeeibv rot ^11 agre fiel It reae- W.. toe 0 . CM1LD~y'.-s 4a CWT. %" ith avued "one. flue-bee waith e-mbreeet-i-1 P406WIL All miape. Itf- 7 leara la-. ue4 -. CILItA-pFIVo )IVeqfle ane C.1055J01 DRAwI'IIS terk.l eq telgie.'l wil Meow. Wa 4"eitee as high a. qumality arel.. Te NAIN1lXpK 1HWRT REIRm h eej4&4W&e with ieee be . *r 11ee. teiie-4 e& 1M4n Meeed)Ai I4ANh AXIIIC Andt WAIVWAi P115R. wt tvke. ane! Oalt, the. frill lieath. or'irqtd at fl..I aevid e.I-i... uawithi ?NAI)64alK -DAV ISKY:00el%." wit laues laita. teick or lee-rtinu Yv'4 -v P-.t -el w vqeaar (lvat,-heeai ml&*ele A-1a- iu ai akW r t waa. tritioile with Uafthitt 14i FINES WKIL 3aflRF. with drama tq*,, Aue tot*&. reud, kmo.emd fl'etllwr-etled yofe. cogs Ad ee-e a *red % Ift lare. imp hoan and onakbmaoeelchee-:t.W., 04.7 to R4ILE And TALSENCll Y%IZ LACE aftil _4.111t61604 Theara li Itheor was-pl higt akiame athigI aee-aoujlimxsea "N eqWee's%. Of reuam wo have jsti em VON a C .imahrmef UMn iMUmAmiw "lita" Oft $44"A. C1aweoghO1 0 I ayveelher. Vwon tea frtailli am wbovms NisU-Ras-rI Eawww vv pamwk U. a]em , t 1 .. L ee r1% le bat g "Kc R~. hc I m a W IIIV~aenm LPcA E a IT NOOI Net...m." a . le~ma "Allow lat for g *NeEraw." Aimr -M& metla.4 ism libg -felra. 1-kh me~aa~ iccN*6MNMA Nrgotu W&M as"ehm sli. ewt. orlmeb &&cut W=eo in5,. 25O sawE~ W, ha.4.we d Nrfk~m." SikW~.wfrta tr b "Netmee. laigo Pols qlids eaMl o.rs *Nafugm." 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