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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON. OUA........... ........ .... Jeseo 1"S. CEmiB... R .......... ...... dtter 93iWgISI W AR ham reenter nd teation to Waee amstge sthres toe.1g, serastea wf ear user paper is 6"4h". A. a leems N3WO paper and A& wewstwa Medleam is bag me competteer. 'TW =m--e decistmo of the Sapreme Courn of Niehigan in the matr of the law of preddeutial electors Isexceedingly importaat, It eatsinsin lba w. AP the court hbmasalight repubiran majority the decision has the greater mignieance. The opinion of the court shows both the Wegality of that part of the law whici delg e a different day from the federal law for the'meeting of eletores, and the general a2h1 notwithstAndiNg of the state Wg.iusm=a under the Constitution ad practice to deter Mine &e uede of choosing the sleet.r. The eorw eeum mt de otherwise he delre hd injustice of any otber than a uniform eyetam of steafng the Pwuident. but 0 is easeful to my in Oeat that although the lISMAtIMu may ve sub serlos injustice by rseamn of its per Mat elmneter, it would be a usrpatis of ftewsens to tme eert toeadoadts jImheem. Turn eran at the time tm us..w oeetoral la.w woo mmeted dispeed to reged the vdies Ct eteteat larg tae alt, two disiet me o questioable osmttu malty. 8oe that me atlwaden has been caled to the early and m estested praemo in oee -tof te states to vlIde up the tate into dirics of Umequa ma, plating in one. say, three members, in another ive, &c. The fact I clear that a uniform law bo deirable to prevent party mdvanmige n eier side. The sudden and lnenpeoted en, the thd in two yeare. wbich has befadle. Mr. hineo and th survivors of his afectiouateheshobd wit al the force of poignant and .me.a.ed sor row is one in which the whole pubie sympa thme deeply. Two emmc predming in career, popular, talented and able-bove al etrong in ehraeaer-hare been sathd away from the seame of their activities and a beloved dagte hem been removed from the arei. that admied her. teh griefs are too deep for even the prednundet public sympathy to smge in any amwmmer. That the people of the United Staes f' for the stricken statema mad histsy in thser grea bereavement I only a perfuntaory dat==ment. Bach a~ictions are beyond any 6e= healbwa. and Tax Siaramay eny Pay ha it hope. for the affmited ones the consola "eo of the Divine PhDosophy. -0 +++0- - Nominations for Progident and Vice President are not oedicaDY complete until the nomines have been notified. So far am the ofile of President is involved with the acton of the Mbanepoifs convention the ceremony coucnlades today. '1e ceremony is an inpresive one on asemunt of the dignity of the place Itself, the Amots that the recipient of the honor in esabent of the high offie and the scees of the bestowal of the honor i the official residence of all the Presidents since the second. as well as the majesty of a momu atain frm the chosen delegates of a large part of the people of the maghtiest free grverntner.t on the earth. Mr. Barrison is happy in the occasion, and his party may well hope to be made happy by it. Judge Morgan of Missisippi. the delegate to the Chicago convention who was killed as the rests of a privete qnarrel on Hatarday. was a keding menaber of recent CongrAeen on agri eultaral topies and a popular man in his party. The melanhly event illustrate. the evil of earrying weapons. - - - A good many people are debating -e to whether Sam Small s anxiety to run for Con gros is due to ambition or the desire for some eomuso to backslide. ?here seems to be some impression that democratic nominations are not coming in ]ios' Sizs. While Mr. Gorman is not doing anything to ftrher his chtc . he ii not doing anything thsab lkly to Alpoil them. Whie the liberty movement is growing in Enrope- ab far ast as old Turkey and as far south ao new Italy. is is also stretching out its feet in the r.e v suonarchy of Belgium. The recent election., due to pressure by the labor elemut n. have -' mul:e- ve ry nearly in a subver sio:. -f tL: majority hdd in pariLiment by the con er:.'ive p.trtv. Th.- intr.anetion of uni ver4 suff:.4. 1 p4 .ed. %ould probably wile o: he c yart A at present conat i ued. Te t:.eu ii iaAd ,:ojention of the !I r:i A.an eb a in Cssion in tL ei:y. c: . olumabis Tirn Yerein and the hk-m.rry wj e of h-s Ieranri-Anaerican citiAC are as:u: :h* lTAr ar gol-at, very ac ceeptadit. i'hi -enu e.t uit in natanalathletic divide.. p.ii~ eta' o-mrb the doingi of the great i.. .e i- n'. a,.i -vith ma~ny the Tuo a /. o na *b:h Nggetr shice of at~ta iin. U. \.. :ku aI:mA an strongly St. atheueac . ss Mr. Whi:ne; la bi'un Ji~ out a arival man ager. and4 Mr . i an miaat look to his laurel. The latter. It is .a.adi. thinks Whitnev ii the ablest all-ruaund i.atarian lao know.. The truly great polit'.e~.n as .vt to du jusike to other great po'i i i. It as onr!y y ouir self-conceited flow who .ef.&ti credi1t to othere. This is happily iiii~traterd in! :he case of tuo pair, of grand Amerir i. 'Ir. tiay. than whom no man of the pas was u~ome attractive or abler as a parmiuentary and popular leader. *thonght Wiliam Lout-dee was thet wisest manhohad ever a-tehe profoimd South Carolina steman. who weakd i he had lived a year or two leuger have been Mr. Slay'e rival for the presidescy in the ''4 capn. Ammin Mr. Webster told his private saerty that the maest powerful in telect ha had ever encountered in publie lie wa Mr. Caihounm. The latter had profound re set for the great Webster. The big men knewr eack other. The Chicago waiters, being ina position to etarve people into subemiaaion. name yet wield a monre i oterat infitaence in politice than It has ever been supposed they could. The Tammany Tiger evidently hae its appe tite along. But it should Inspect the bill of fare very carefully if it wants to avoid a crow Glovernor flower "Bee" ia not buzing wIth each conspie-noasness as to make It liable to te esme ufensive0. For the purpose of adequately hu-eihing the late of soummeof the booms it might be well to reve tlhe tahoo frmm the "dull -ic-enin thed. After linspette ad (1hicago the Feed e July wfl probably seem lams espens ema '1hi isthe semsonetf accidesata. ihu-ems-. who are Interested in the msion atCisg agight do well to bewathis mind.m It iashoot tisme for jourmsa to furnish ace latesetsig gieotaions in the Seeth aien eni erep. "Brer. ItabbeC" is present in great abundano M4 Gag. The eoies who hare hletered loba J lagelW de-lh. brew haes dome iSto a wa tha lehbas if they ere in leugee to psinmad Mnte mua a steve-up. hat. These is eEprobabmy ofthe (Ma emvgatin being behind theim b...am e to the maatter ofethm. The feeding eupenses of en Esek s Gadm in Lo-do. -e Ge ana dagmg wml. Evdaey tes fereent asml -s ..-.st.d t. m. ant k. .. 3~a...a pot CA. A. Menmx 614 12,u 8. QA S STOVES: E AREB IS IIN T A 00 TO0VES, AIAWao ston~ AVD HEHEA AN evn e ee o ata m b y but b as ese vr An emep1sa bu 6W3 Cmin doL m mtsWts 0 p a th. WWtbMU 0~ WE AUTE 10u0 GASOLINE2 Sf0YES GO ATOVN ALOOOL 8TOV DO ?OU WANT TO AVOID TRE ET M" AT *AMR TIME SAVZ ZXIZESE. AS GAS 1S cmXPZ THAN COAU lA. V. DmONOEg, - - 141..E DR. LIGHT.w . OF 011 K BT. N.W. Respectfully refers to the followlag TESTIMONIAIA rem well-knowrn ad highly - sweed smaa a Wangtsn: A CURE OF CATARRE. STATEENT FROM MR . . CHANDLEE, -2= Verment ave. WASHINGTON. D. C.. Feb. 2. I DR. LIGHTHILL, 141 K at. ELw.: DwrUfrr It is with rest pleasure that I testify l e bsnossmt redle of yor trusammteis MY&W O .aw.s sfuer am Naal Cuteerh for fewbaes yea". aaftm with enstelm epmionUm and droppiag 1 my oset. and am pleased to and that I am eased. Nag~ that many others may be ha-esed a I have bem I amn Yours very truly. GEORGE H. CHANDLER. A PERXAWENT CURE OF DEAFEEBS AND DISCHANGE FROM THE EAR A CARD FROM MR. T. . ROESSLE. Propietor f "The Arlington." aTHE AURINGTON." WASHINGTON. D. C., March 6, 10, My Dear Dr. Ighthill: It t megreat plsrewe to site that you efected a senakable ewe of dietam and dimharge from the am in the am" of my cousin, Marcos C. Hostes. and Ot the ewe has proved = permanent as it was radi @al. I feel sue that without your skillful aid my ,omi would have been a deaf man all his life. Knowing of other ems in which you have bees eguallysuccessnful I cheerfully give you leave to refsi to mea at ny time. and hope that your practice in Washington will prove a distinguished success. Yors truly. T. I. ROESBLE A RADICAL CURE OF ASTHMA. BTATEMENT OF MR. C. M. CYPHERS Of No. 207 G at. n-w. For Afteen years my wife has saffered more or less brm bronchtlal &@ma, and for the last three yar her ease became so very bad that she was unable to leave her room during the greater pat of that time; Indeed, often confined to her bed. Her physician exhausted every known remedy for relief, called in consultation a throat specialist and even had the Koch lymph Injected, but without an material beneft. Hearing of Dr. Lighthill's snores in diseases of the respiratory organ she applied to him fortrfetment. and I am happy to state that relief cams motpromptly. From the very beginning marked improvement manifested itself, gaining from day to. day. Her breathing became, natural. The trouble some cough left her, she could sleep all night undis turbed, the distressing asthma disappeared. her buoy. ant spirit, so long depressed, returned again, and shs feels now more like her former self. I am confirmed that this statement is joyful nes" to her may friends and I hope will benefdt other suffer e from this most distressing diaease. CHA. M. CYPRESS. May a0. 191. A. P. LIGHTHILI, M. D.. SPECIALIST For the Cure of CATAunr ASTHMA. DEAPNESS, THROA7 AFFECTIONS AND CONSUMPTION. Can be consulted daily from 8 to 12 and 4 to a1 his residence. 14U K ST. N.W. Consultation fre. it A. KAUFMAN. S PA. AVE.4. W. FOR EN On LADIEs. TOMORROW, TUESDAY. We -0l1 Alei-alk Black Grena- "' dine Windsor Ties 2 for ......... a FOR LADIES. T OR WTUE8~DAT * We sell elof our Plain Col ored .ie. Indlia Stik for...... . TMR W.FOR EVERYBODY. T OR WTUESDAY, We sell 1n Cuticura Soap, a cake for... C. TOMRRW. FOR BOY. T OR W.TUESDAY. We sell Ou'tinir Flannel Shirt Waits, all sise., with lace17 fronts......................A C F OR MISSES. TOMORROW. TUEIDAY. F OR ILADIES. TOMORROW. TUESDAY. We will sell you Ut dose. estre quality Black Stik Mitts. Guaranteed ever For................... 0 F OR EVERYBODY. TOMORROW, TUESDAY We will seblO00 Large BIse me 0 . . t 3C TOMRRW.FOR ILADIES. TOMOEOW.TUESDAY We aell% enc MI.ilk Satin, colors. that are worth 81.0a ^ yard...................a U FOR THE Lrr. TOT. TOMORROW. TUEBDAY. We sel 10 desen Infants' Emreidered Sis Caps. gena; worthl~ .........% TOMOROWFOR L-ADIES. W7e Sell 10aIdle.' Percale AID UEEY DAY RIG~ TGAI Rf theuricoe. a j A. AUMAN. 909 PA. A13. . --e ORIGINATOE O1 NEW IDEAS. -- F.ANASAmeS JEWELRY ESTA~r...... A. NE ,LINE O1 DI~angen massemanast aes. ws.., A N --ue 8SpoAo.ns.. InelWing R Td e me t Tsme , Wr wegia. Swei. Avsbm. de. Aa-ge ate btumebated eins me Sting sahigh as on and 6so #Min s. e efm din heamae ever Milt iesmaiy. Tbhavey bees eant to w en -ndmmt mnd wi be far asle and ez=bom far a few dage emly. The ries are at actual et ftin potaie..duty aded.and fully I5 per esat lever 1km saa ptes etthesegesanywhere. On mid-on In our Orner window tseamy am TeMdaeoly. RH: IIFARRRIS :n Go 6 08 00 at& oo c .. 6 GM. 7TR AND D STS. N.V. LITTLE aT: Low o 009 T a F0. Sm.I. CLoING DAY. AT SEPEIAL SALE EUOCED P3IMS3 ---- AT 75c. - U..DONOOLAOX ODs. with patet tip. AT 75c. -- heeled ar ping heeL AT 75. - CHIL.8DONGOLAOX FORDS. patent tipped. AT 75a. - hand turned. AT 7La. - CEILD'SSUBSET GOAT TIES. Ta color or Chooo AT 75c. - late. AT 81.00. - XI.BB ROYAL KID TIES. .eui.e bd turn. AT 1.00. ,- pattpped. AT 61.00. - M I S S1E . COFFE. OWB TIES. singheele, AT 61.00. - reliable quality. AT 01.00. CHILD-S FINEST KID OXFORDS and Strap But AT 41.00. - ton Slippers. all widihs. AT SLO. - CHILD-8 RED OR TAN GOAT TIES. will not fade AT $1.00. - nor peeL AT $1.25. - BOY AND YOUTH.. OXFORD TIES, of good AT 61.26. - quality patent leather. AT 6125 - LADI. SIES. IM TO 4%. SPRING Heel. Fine AT P1.25 - DOagola Oxford Ties. Mth patent Up. AT $1.25. - - MISSE8' --VIO. KID AT $1.25. - TIES and Ome-butten Sban dale. real beauties. AT S1.2. - - CHILD'S PATENT AT 61.25 - VAMP FIGARO Suppers. prettest style out. Fu Low-CuT SOEs Fos BOTr Of Dongola. CEf, or Russet Calf. AT 1.50 AND 63 WI HA.N & C0.89 RZL IXa- SKR HOE USE, m AND 90 7TH ST.. 1914 AND 1916 PA. AVE.. it =PA. AV. . . LADIE. UNDERWEAR AT L aissaou & BROta. Fo. YEAR WE HAVE Been known to be the people to buy of when RELAE MUSUN O CAMBRIC UNDErWEAR Wee wanted, We are known to stock only that slams of goods that we can guerentee. No matter what price you pay for It. Our yurments are made Asll-o seating a1 lovped. The trimmings are nest and the it is as near perfect. Nice Muslin Gowns only 50sc. These are wail made and inished. Fine Muslin Gowns. Mother Hubbard style. Toke tucked in clusters. Hamburg round neck.andlevee. All Uin Pries. 75c. First--Fine Camnbete Gown, yoke with four rows Valleuciennee lags. Clusters of ire ins tacks be twee. Lace round neck and the full slesse. U8c. Second-Fins Muslin Gowns, trimmed with two rows of fins Hamburg Inserting and four clusters of fourteen tucks each. Hamburg edge around neck and sleeves. Sc. Third-Surplice Neck Eubberd Gown; yoke ell-ovr embroidery;tucked heck. U8c. Fourth-ine Cambric Gown, tucked yoke beek.n front; ins Hamburg round neck and sleeves. Only 89. Fins N-a-nsoo Gowns, tucked beek and front to the waist, large eatlor eollar and turn-up Esf. edged with lawn ruMe. 6175. Fine FIgured lawn Gowns. surplised \neek trimmed with Vallenclennee lae inserting. andsd tucked beck. Ohly 61.48. Fie ameO oret COVa.eded r -idnekwt ins Manaburgezabruidery.inlshsd sems Only 1234c. Eigh Neck Ceinibriceand Muslin Corset Cevereeadged rotnd nek with Hamburg; estra loss watet. Only 851. Fine Iow Square Neck Cambric Corset Cover. in tehed round neck end sleeves with ins Hamburg embredery. French sem, weD mae Only 50c. H.adsme Low Square Neek Cambric Corset Covrs.s trimmed with ins Val. laes. adInserting ot fins Hamburg. Only S7c. Handsome lace Corset Covers. made with a puf front of VaL. laes and fins lawn.iniehed with ribbas. .OnlylO1.8 Cambric Corset Covers. tmued wilk Irim peit lae and lasergag. PL1.8 GRADUATION SKIN.T.. Fine Cemete Skirts, trised with a wile ruEn et Buc Hambaut. P1. 61. 01.75,0.5. Fine Cambeis Skirts. mands with a id-tech res et ine huestched embeeidery. 0.45. Fine nn-mbre Eefe Mitt. mae utah aiman. 3Slek mu~e ot VaL. lees. Only 0.?U .wish to coe el aIkte way saewa to theistag dortog tiseat. If you saty upan -m en. teesa smpy TELEPRONU US and If pu live OUT ot TOWN .easep.en with . We win aces.4 to al eersmiealesa eas .4aeseiy. in. BURQH & BRO:: M'KNEW S DAILY LETTER: "Ue Waaftto0drop an "We taesto"M toay prepMtory to stock-taking. June the Mbth. Steek-taking Us, means reetig evound through the dsertments. culling out au odds e and. , low sliler ad anything, which far scee reson or other has not amid as fm as it sbould. You il- be surprised at the adoes es..you Make in am.y cets up.M .u the goads you wish a tw tie. If toda baeb should no happe" to coatain anybiag Unsed at pressen watch for somerWes. lARAUOLS IMPLY SLAUGHTERRE. Tafsyoureboss ot all Parnsos atpwmetly AawfMarked Iwheb ses: 3 Paraoas for $1. 6315 Paramel for SI.13. 9&.10Permsols for 61.75. " W.....fe, 0.. "N.O.Ptmfm.... sa 30 Pas1l for S. 61 arasels fer *S. ASAVING IN UNDEEWEAR. Losdis Wt. swim Bbed Vest.. Square neck. Redumed fom 26c. to 19e. 'Adies' Swim Ribbed Pants. Reduced from A0. to We.. or& pairs for SL A SAYm IN RIBBON. On. le at Metre ink Ribbos, with pleot es. ad Gras Grat ailk Ribbon. with sateen edge, all colors, no black. Reduced from 7c. to 4c. per yard. One lot of No. 16 Black Moire Silk Ribbons. Reduced fram25c. to 18c. per yard. One lot of No. 22Pes do Sade Ribbon. black. white and color. Reduced from 400. to 33,. per yard. A SAmNG IN GLOVz. 4-but. Castor Gloves. in tans only. Reduced from 41 to 75c. per pair. A SAVING IN SCARFS. One lot of Windnr Scarfs. Reduced to l7c. ech; 3for50c.-price of two. WERR THz KNIFE CUT DEEP. EST. Notions suffer most In the price-reduction slaughter. Bound to be something you need here: U-o. Duplex Spiral Garters....................10 15c. Mikado Ourling Irons....................10o ISe. Columbia Ourling Irons.................12c 21c. Electric Hair Curlers..............IO Hercules Braid, black and white. at M price. Now................2. 3. 5 and 7c. a yd 2Me. Rubber Skirt Protetnrs.................17c Sc. Dexter's Knitting Cotton:..................6o 100. Children's Warren Hose supporters.....so 12c. Misses' Warren Home Supporters.-...10 21c. Ladies' Warren Hose Supporters. with belt............................................ ge 21c. Children's Warren Rose Supporters, with shoulder braees..................1 Steward Safety Pins. Reduced to........4c Lindsay's Black Safety Pins. Reduced to... .4o Celluloid Thimbles. Reduced to..............4o Chamois Skins. Reduced to 8. 10. 12. 21 and 2Rc 15c. Men's puts Buttons, per gros...100 Aate Buttons, all color.. exactly half price. 15c. Bone Buttons for........................12c S0. shoe Butttns................................30 Moreatock'Akingreduction Items tomorrow. WILLIAM H. McKNzw. it 933 PA. Avz. OPUIAR CANDIES. Ice Fruit Crystals 13t. a bo. Crem Peprern uts or W~n.. tsr Greens 13 aoix Sam ple boxem 'Yline French Plate. Cady. X pound. 15c. An lates. B n Clrnes Tce Almond& c..c. yourown Cream selection d Je", a pt*""' . *"' b*y ,0-a~ ,rb finestzwhb h . . .=d.NowBox. anyerM price. GIL & SON. Jew COR. 11TH AND F ST. J UST 7M RR PNN NK K T H H I NNN K K 11H I N NN K K OF IT. SCH88L' MST OVER! 5f A large percentage of our youth will 50 W want COMMENCEMENT SHOES. If -0 SB you're going on the stage to graduate 50 "- you'll want your feet to look as well as -64 W0 the rest of your body. Hence. you'll -0 Si' want SHOES becoming the occasion. -6 5f0 and. for several reasons. this is t.e 50 Or place to get them We have prepared es- '6 "- pecially for graduation time,. The -a N0 nuwest, brigAest. freskest productions '50 W0 are here. Theres everything you can 'D W0 think of. The prices will induce you to '6 "- buy. O l 4e' .5h0 e:.Ta a'n' B"..'".ack .98. Children's 61.25 ngola Oxfords. GP spring heels, patent leather tips......PC. She*, sprnhe"lsaslo a..*..98LC. Mse'6$1.25 Donol Oxfords. pat- e I ent leather tip=....................... 4 0. Mi.es' Tan SprIn Hee Oxfords 9 . U Bys' Black and Ta Low Shorn at the Loese ghe. Astyl an tisa FAMILY SE A full line of Oxford for Lad*.e and Gentle F A MM SIHi8 S EE 00 E 310 AND 312 SEvMTR STuRE. BARGAINS IN F~WT. AT T.E RINE To attreet another large crowd of ce - oams to the "Rink" tomorrow we will offer the following extraordinary ber gaine: 100 igsht-weIght Summe Bad Quille. Io. Instead of SL . . S0Highly-polisbed Parlor Tables, moltS ak. sixteenth entury ad ambo=any Snish. L1.1 ladsta t S1.Lk 10 does Solid Oak Cameernl Dinta Chaira, see. esh .d.ed af 61.5. Thm elm=1-e at oar line cf SolDS (Ok 1olding Tabls at 61.80 emah. St-lmah Solid Oak Parlor T*Me.., e naturaL. entlqts ad sixteenth estery .SnMtah 61.40 bedee-aet 61.75. - ese Maple leieh Roeker. doable me assa ad beak. 63.75 insead af Rass Comfoartable Old B-aa, -a mamt.0s M imstendo et e. Extra is Wipe All-tinm Rush Towels, bamoassemha boere. Ion. he. .ined .5.. line 56 Germasns Desaak Nsp m., 1.t.Mesdef.1....e... Exr lho Imported Ma===dles Bad 5aed. full sirn. 8.atetL JULIUS LJA35313*. N. Y. Av... RIN. Nma 183.. Wa&, A VAin Or Res.,e lo sed sa suwse she Wms--- @mma. bwss w m etmsb ns s W. A. PrE.C & C.. TD MART am. COM. WTM ST. AND PEENA. AT&, EENaODINA., TIIWpTP.U. IN RARE "TITBITS" atr MnS3ADIM TO TICEIz the PALATE or stber the FANO of the WARY SHOPPER and BAR GAIN SaarEZ or DRY GOOD 0033015 agUE. UNDERWEAR TEMPTATIONS. RICEELIEU RIgUD GAUZE T: V nak; no sleeves; PURE WRITE! very . Regular price. Soc. REDUCED PEOR. 3 VEas FOR 1. LADIES' PORE WRITE ISrE MuRD SWUM Rbed Vst; high sek; log sleeves; d msm. Normar prim., 400. REDUCED P3CE. S-. EACH. LADIES' EGYPTIAN RIBBED DRAWERS, all Sine; kne. len1th. egar pr101. A0.p. REDUCED PRICE. 33a. Pa. LADIEs' L. BLUE and PINK TES'S; FINE RIBBED; extra quality: equare neck; 3o skeves. tae in ack and armhaole. Regular prie.'.c. FOR TUESDAY ONLY. REDUCED TO lO. EACH. * deenm LADIES' JEEREY-FITTING 60 SET 0OVARS.A.uta with RANDCROCHET work of SILES; an ai&e. Regulr petes. b0". FO TUESDAY ONLY. - 38. EACE. CrILDREN'S WHITE SWISS RISBED DRAWERS. au jam, at SPECIAL PRICES. CHILDREN'S COMBINATION OR UNION SUITS; al isns; madeo t Egyptiam eatioa; Sne ribbed. Regular prie. OL REDUCED TO 67c. EACH. CHILDREN'S VINE RIBBED TETS. with or withoutple-ve. at SPECIAL PRICES. LADIES' 'URE SILK VESTS. in blak or colors. Regular pries. We. REDUCED FOR TUESDAY TO 71c. EACK. BOY, PURE SI.K TIE. For OUTING SITS b. ia au e. mad A L C A S&L&.40 inches on r - REDUCK PhICE. BOYS' WINDSOR T E tyles to esiset fro.L SPECIALPl7 each. BOYS' FAUNTLEO' SETSof Colmas"am Cuts.. with flutededeReuapre.d. 103 TUEBIAY ONY 4&ic hET. 18c. CHALIE.S FOR 14c. 40 styles to SELECT Dem: ALL ENTIERLY REDIch.4" 'ie Regla pets.i- a 14c. YARD. ANOTHER eJOB N PEARL 1UTTOWL 1 lot WITE PEARL BUTTONS. Regulasr price. Il15 ad 20. d. JOBPRICK. 1 lot WHITE PEAWRL UTTONS. r18'Ik and 25e. dos. (2 dos. on cad. 25c. CARD. SPECIAL VALUES IN LACES Foa TUESDAY. We will ofer TUESDAY an attraetion in NORMANDY VAL. in different widths to 34tn. NORMANDY ?.AL. LAC~K l0& yewd. tin. NORMANDY VAT. LACK to mah 3--1n. NORMANDY TAIL LACE 13c. Ward. S-in. NORMANDY VAL. LACE to natch. 25c. yr. 8-In. NORMANDY VAL. LACE. 23o. yard. 10-in. NORMANDY VAL. LACE to match. 2'7-g. NORMANDY VAL. NET. Regllar pr e1.7. i ED TO 31.00yard In. POINT DE PARTS LACE. 7c. yard. 3-in. POINT DR PARIS LACE. 12c.y -tn. POINT Df PARIS LAC. Ir. y 3-n. ORIENTAL LACE. 10c. yad. 6-In. ORIENTALLACE. S. yard. 0-i . ORIENTAL LACE. I. yard. R-in. ORIENTAL LA(k. Sc. yaA. Weheveal op ed XEW*AND LARtGE OURTEN E EPOT T D PARIS a FRENCEAL LIS, whic deirabe 1,Colrad TUE SAI6DAYw FTOR CSLA SPECIAL PTA RACD RARE BARGAINS IN SME RS FABRICS& 40 "8fet T10c. RAD.OC GS HAM. iTIPES. PLAIDS. CHECKS c a Coer. a 2 nd 4. ,OR TWEif. OUR ENTIflE^IW)(i OF ALL-WOOL cRENCH CrALLIEr. Itor irblctolors kd atylam full 32 inches wide. eua l6 and e. iard. ALL AKIE riJrid TUESDAY TO BURG. In all colors and style. Regularr all over the United States. %Sm. r. UZI PRICE COR TUESDAY 19c. YARD. W. A. Pe & Co.. 710 RARET SPACE. it OCr. th st. and Pi. ave. victory victory victory rictery tor victory victory victory victory victory victory (OEGE BY ASORTON. 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I victory victory eayt the tes "Teuory." victary victory asde prased tee .Iemplina vitry victory ofepii i sep- nr victary "- -r. vdr victory to-~. ite victory Victory victary EL -- ISE viceryn victory vtter vitoy MIs..b Lea. whoA. h itr victory ha teeSvse reictr victory rietce is te ats W et .1 vastor viTor Yher iorm SmDr it v9cor Psac A NL h vet uur MA R CH E: -a. The wedl,.f Mate ..8 wts, -eer every ay. Uinwata apai e al mr eae h bgeim mspo, fe make tmean ende. Tis wek a anor Wl %W also ft mash ete w ld a t teft. CON.IATION Or T. M ..U. SAE OF UNI..WEAf Sal. t Mmlin Und er ge * bal t. at~ smart asoday 75C. Gow. Fo 50C. A.m. So ma emvta.le-, appredad b%~tag e 75e. eme for ik. UM samater we m&eluded 1t0 sHr them faoem Smrow. Made of am. mumli, with pateu Th of .asar techa, wfle mbas amb ery, edsang aruand the meek, eleve and Poke. Owingto the pale. we ame rb cempaspeed to limit the vatM. Not mure them t" will be sAd to a e contemer. la additiO to an absee we wil *er M. MNmia Gowns tor 7&e. Th hom e 'a" pUe -..at sa--.a -.mbear,e. tr. Sma mami.. well maad.. Ptar a gown will t you e a h la.. Owr palme .e. We baum about two dONAN n'iow"a with yoke et Mcdc a a iaeg a"d edge left fromnlestamoan. Raamia f1em 61.96 SPROuA. VAU. Is DEAWEa Tomaoowwe wi1lodroM m. Wio Mea t. Daw....at.. pw pair. ..de wt wMe emiM. .ea.. wt W0 S* .e. above. 75C. CuRns. Fos 59c. Tomorrow we will .6ri.. Cambe (Tesmite witbeyote ot Tnechos aes. Fully werm75e... oW n, ech. 75c SKI=" Fos 55 Toose we will scar 75e. Vime Mmli WSire. with dap cambrib rfa edged with wide embrutdaay, for S. ea. 68C. COR.T CoT. Fos 49c. Tomonw we will ofer e. Plne Cam btk COrmet Cover. egease mat. trimamd wi& embroidery smumd eaek and arm holes. nishaed with pearl buttoms. reach back. perfect ting. for 4... .... BOYr. S69KT WAT. REDUCED. It wil pay ye to skip the clothig stagei and come he for Ros' 6hirt Wateta. In ad dition to ofering a full line of st1e" at Ims theam regu1r price. we have made the fol lowtag red ctomn iS the ttner quafltise: Bora* White Laundered Thess Welte. Om plaited bosom. Redured tram 91.1 to .1c. each. Boye lAundridn Fifured Perel Sihut Walti.withi two detaeha6ble collate to eaeh shirt. neat and a traettv eftas, uperior quality. Reduced fbom e. to ak:. each. TnE Box Ma90C.. 314 AnD 316 7T S. N. W. MORE 0 -. LAC.. LAD Lo. KrITo. -AT f" 1. 1lFilV RE VEY DAY mw most you may barn the loeobt IN .r .om ftook tM 1. pries amnog sevssible Le3 ood. It hasaemose to 0at pos whan we mst Ewote for the fr-and MagrWing lines hampr Me. Deem..m wes it meiieMethat the kide erqual ie are aMy tes my yor ---= - m eaOA em O the oantra, Yrn hould o g-auts yoveelves em the openinge em& aM apportmlt and take tdlatm otape to rsp t full bemdfa frat chalea, Tomorrow the LACEBlay donthirlm pa. am walk in the way of the Otgham and do W=Ps and the other reduad xeadh. We eistably boon a small stoek-an ft in not bename we d not boes boat ot them to ater with. But tha- popmbity ha mat all but thb heMbl t. seris. Sme of do bea an 141 to celebrat this WiafgdhW mo t et ao busiae anossa e have ever ha. BLACK SILK POINT DIELANDE LACEB 314. 5.6 and 9nMAbeS wide, that have bean 45c.. 55c.. 75c. and 01 we redeed tom6.. .. M. and 75. a yard. BLACK MAMQUISE LACRB-4 Aml 7 tnhee wide-thsee d.idtriee-4hat we-e S1 ABS BOW 5S.c a yard. BLACK CUANTILLY LACES-3 to S mae wide. ARE NOW from-1W4to 40e. a yard. BLACK BOUTRDONNE and KILANUE LACEs-3 to 14 inma.. wiie.O0 NOW AT ONE-THIED) OFF thme RBGU!LA PRICE. 6 YARDS OF BLACK LACE FLOU7NCI.NG feduced bems @|0 to 612. et-nah BLACK CKANTILY LACE FLOUNCINO-MEDUCEDi 1303 J. to S1.50 ayand. 48-tmeh BLACK 9T311ED NET, with veleat wpets-EDUCED 1F.03 61.50 in 15s. a yard. 4-tnch BLACK DKAPERT NETS in .pt me.pa aml aSwm- mew patie== iee, hae Om - 1ene14mh aine Point D'IELANDE LACE-gedused hema 6L7to @1.1%. TWO P1ECE6 ot 5-baek EEDUCED 1303 he. to Sc. a yrd. TWO P1ECE3 SS-ari BE P0tNT D'GEN-RE beam ft.1.63 to Ine. a -ae (One PIECE 34moak 3EnDm y-g S1 bO0s. a yeaS. TWO SETU of ImATION POINT 3P1B LANDE LAm-(guer wia.-4 3s toehea)43 AT dUST WEAT WE PAID 105 THEE. 45-INCiE BLA5 BAESE mAEENE-. eminueeed in espper. amuM .adeesy45 DOUED bum M.9 to P1a yard. 45-130 BL ACE OKENADSNE, a -ns ame aim .... Retren 130363 to @1.50 ayard. SS6imrk BLACE ENADINE, embee6mred in mitn. fIs, ss aml ama-REDUCE 130M 3 to W1.IMapad. 3-4nch 303W mle SEAT STIE GEENADINE-EBEDUCD 130K 61L30 to 4-tSe BE.ACK 3T3113D *AUZE-E3. DUCED bem 61oe 3c. a yerd. St.63aning 3EDU0ED TO S1-ndu ami 3EUCED imO1.ia yese. m GENU13E - P0ENT WIANa3B LACMto wbneaml helpe-to12 he wil, arnjsin. IMITATE0N M0NT istEANDE E& Sine a.ml Sib-dl we-rn3s, to 80s a yese. IM. emusmPSM* e. o 10amON. me auing varmm-. E-N LAo C--so Enem ua Shuth gemel a~mbemde in eaM, me TME ARE WOSTE. 4mkOwee dmin a ns es mnyimmebasen and meense Gae g an S 1a yard. S~mh Wm2ta 03333 ABD a~am M Lg sam* S- t - s am a S~sQ. UgmmSem * as.*. - 4...==== a .a m C5 E:WES1 unat fto. am. -f f ae. almms asin U&q ~o fl" stakeas. o Aewft~ .0 a Uaevw dul Sonsom. ftOn, am * 9r- -n d owa imm M 86.rn 31w. Mau um mboemeo 0 s ShUT '1Alorg. &I'- Wbft &m-- Wa o s lmb ilSa M s.. 41SO Wevw agw vhelM. 31s a i m. fP= W,. ChUb,.'. NIV-4 U.4A~W-ur. MO So 0 Teams at ^r. 230. 1-&- Mbb" ems,. Vemis UPeb . a an O p%"rhow.. '110 &be", MIWta l h.41& goo U ad LUNG.. PA4CZ. it 91-814 7m or. Tumz Is A RLISOU FOIL Eu,. Own e ar owlelle to vwa~ our stores by TWa U madmeht "Ki gel.or .1 ad dw eim lIST Gao No0... L3. Tn Ami. &C.&a. Kno bemd stmd %ow cad. i&--. rtum31gm Wheks aic I" all See-~. mita- Wod ft1 maW...m* a Mae Wr. Freemc mas now ..... . ..... ..2ma sm w- n." sd rrmaemb m ladmoum-e am arme smumm. maw... ... .d.......Ie M "p r-%- IN* D"mm. m* an hira ms lU lie. Vid. dipol ma" 3pg'. two F. M Utr a S Ump ef. "lI b o d NOW .... .. Y WOft&s INS lAm. t fif gad lrim. a* m1 . 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