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WASHI2NOTO N. ODA......................Ma re T. I C(0S6T S. MOT ED.... .... ...... ......wa TUE EVENEG NTAX has a reeular a eermaaem* etreelasea to Washtnslen "he. thi.e toger thee shat of any ether waper ti she easy. An a &eens NEWS papw. and Ad ve'meste Medium Is bea e compekser. At the rih of being unjustly elasided wid them who sees at the merits of the draft of I tariff bill which has been prepared and mad public by the TaWf Reform Committee of th Ireform Club TEN STa3 cannot refrain from Intimating that several people will be ver much surprised if the suggestions made by th sevn espert. who compose the committee at reeived is a proper spirit by either the een tie or legislative branches of the goverumeut That may of thse sugesti will be incor porated in a tarfE law is certain hut that thet adeptisn by Ihe House and Seamte will be it may way due to the Reform Club agitation j qut improbable, and this advance reasoing is strengthened materialy by the statemen given out yesterday by Mr. John DeWitt War mer, eme of the most active sembers of the erganiantion which has declared its intention te compel the administratios to falil every prom bee mende on the stumvp lat fall. Mr. Warnej is of Se opinion that there never will be a Ways and Means Committee so hard ul for a reputation a to iry to seeure one by die carding anything that any one else has pro posed. Perhar not, but the ways and men. committee of Fifty-third Congress will be a strange aggregation and much unlike any of 16 predecessors if It does not silently resent whal a few democratic critics have termed the Re. form Clubs peruicions activity. But aside from ecn=deraion of tius nature there is some. thing humorous in the situation, developed by Mr. Warners pre-um--iamento, in which he re. marks In an undeniilv grandiose fashion, that: "We have assmmed ihet the ep.alon of the seeretry of the Treasry should be largely deferred to in a matter so vitally affeeting his special eharge. and should have ben glad--e we assime Coegrees will be-to havehis full sangestion. and belie-@ th-. the great responsibility of the President entities his opiniea also to great weight. Indeed, I re regret St we cold not ha7e had their definite coumee& betore making publie our preliminary draft, which, I believe. owes not a single idea to the suggestion of either, and I have no doubt but that their opinion, whether in approval or criticism of the details proposed, will be con sidered in all regards an important and many as decisive by the democratic majority in congries as well me by the people at large." Fellowing these regretful utterancees is an ann smeasat to the effect that the bill is not presented to the President or to Secretary Car lisle or to Congress so much a it is to the American people. "It is their opinion we want, mays Mr. Warner, "their approval or critichims we desire." In other words the Re form Club wants to pass a bill during the com ng sammer and the* when the House and Sen ate ae em mare in legislative session it will way to the ways and sme== and the finance om mittee: "We hare done your work. We are the people. Here is our bill. Pass It just as it is or become the victins of our displeasure." The three tallore of Tooley street have been eesseded by the Reform Club. From several widely separated section. of this country have come inquiries s to why some of the principal features of the world's fair should not remain permanently on exhi bition It may be a little early to discuss what ought t be done with exhibits that have not yet been publicly displayed, but there is no reason why Tnz STaB should not once more sugges that a permanent exposition must sooner or later be built upon the broad and deep foundations afforded by the National Museum. Already has the Spanish government dsclared i intention to preient to the United Stmat the reproduetion of Columbus' flag ship, the Sonta Maria. and this gift will. it has been announce], be brought to Washington at the close of the exposition prIed. Thousan-ds f other exhibits. many of great value, might also be donated by gov eramsns and individuals were it understood that the presents would be suitably cared for. Press an anpromising beginning the Natknal Musem has grown to great proportions. but it is. even now. very much less than it really needs to be. With a sufficiency of suitable space "heltered in a lasting structure modeled after the Art building at Chicago-the National Museum would son be worthy the nation whose forward movement is so clearly shown therein. -.000 So rational and civilized being will seriously arge ag="ns the propositioa that no entertain maent is so cheap me reading nor any pleasure so hasting. With these conecusions as the main %pring of their motive force and intent upon doing the greate.t possible amount of lasting good to 'he generil and too-frequently neglected pub lic. a number of good citizens have undertaken to, bring about the establishment of libraries which w.,nld aid materially in the pLlishing process to which this nation is snbjecting itself. Elsewhere in Tan rsan is an article. reprinted from the I Gatory, on a free library movement. In itare the detailseof the work done by the Mmhusett enthusiast,. whose aetivit, is largely responsible for the rapidly develop ing interest that is being taken in educational matter. and in all that pertains to individual nd national weiar.. F.gorts to provide the people of Washingiton with a f reo library have so far been unsucce*.fal. but discourage ment has not followed failure. 'lhe day will comme. and come .oon, when there will be estab lished here the finest free libraryr on the conti neat. Thouisands of towns and villages through ot the United states and ta,'ada have sueh colleations. of useful books. W'hy should the residents of the national capital be nithout? Dun's Weekly lieview o~f Trade says that col lections at Atlanta dnri:a the past week have been slow. With tieorga's male population is Washington the reason ought to be apparent. There is a certain disposition among me: S'no are clamoring for ofliee with wild persi+ -ce to regard ex-liecretary Whitney as a mild specimn o freak. After all the American anarchist is preferable to the European variety. Hie talks more, bai he dese lese damage. The 1st of April is at hand and there are a great many would-be oefee holder. mij equipped for its celebration. Hawaiian annexationiists who dwell in thi little ez-kangdom are net at all distarbed be earne their country was not immedate*ly wel. comed into the Cotuambian family. They are in a eomnandebly emy frame of mind. Dis casg the prbaimty that the national ad maniistration en thie edge of the meede 'womib chmnge before ay formal action could bi tahen by this government, the g-notn. .dd rertiseer may. that the delay which has eeerme is net a maisfortune. for "althoegh people heri naturally demise to see the tsmiten ended il one way er amether, It is andonbtgy bette tha aien should only follow a delihesatee fi n mutee enough to e-au=-* the ~sub in al is bearangs. 'ihe an et anae. I rigt end jot; it is based en the hlqselm Bas e alt esae and racend it wel asset fe Sbet imguwy" Thus enneatie- is to take pinee seema to hi wellt-m-on-a-- but thm~ are a few Asserican et pr-s---- who are imnlined to imagia tha the a..n= will net be da by ff United Ittme. In inaay with mest gee estisens Tum Sran awaiis the report et Conm mim-on- Biount, whe is now en rees to th isade and ehmagad with as dut of enrefil iempseded tote- meld has se ala. he edvese It is qulto probable th 1asesset caseei~ weuld .tad by haspa. ====8=.e, in which ... s m= ....am nenla's stepping i for the purpose f ri stating the deposed Queen LIluebalkt. Th London Financial News, an authority upe the business policy of the Briteb empire, say. in this connection: "We believe that it would be very much bel tar for Hawaii to be annexed out and eat tha for the islands to be ruled by a loagovers mast, nominally independest. really tkinI its instructions direct from Washingtoe. Groa Britain might very proe ly assent to sanes tion on condition that itish rights were pre tected and that our sommerelal relations wit Hawai were not to amy way predined. SMi we have no great vdees io the matter at all considering that 91 per oest Af h trade of th sands I. with the United State. To all motemt snd purposes Hawaii Is already a smal Amer ama olony-Bomolul is up to date with Amer can ideas and ueotome-and no harm e0 easue to say one If the bond of coneeti" were made as tight in name as is is i realty The inevitable sourme of history is tha them pettifogging momarchies should am that the communities which they ia~eatel represent should be absorbedi h t state. of the world. If the A n sure be relnstat to undertake the duty whiel is thrust upon it. ome other ooustry will hav to step is. for Hawaii cannot be lefs to becomI the victim of internal eemisuhe s and rivairie of political intrigue.." New York lost am honet mam and am oub spoken advocate of good government whet Elliot F. Shepard died. and as beings wh< agreed with him as to the soundness and de sirability of the Ton Commandments are a tri&i scarce in Gotham It will have to be admitted that the somewhat eccentric pseudo-journalisi will be missed. It can safely be stated thai Editor Shiepard's peculiarities tended only toward moral reform., and, although his logc was often as faulty as his methods were odd, his memory will be respected by a great many of America's best citizens. Delaware has re-enacted a law which pro hibits people who do not pay their taxes from voting. Tly complaint that it is designed to disfranchise colored people ie scarcely a reason able one. There seems mall injustice in do priving from a voice in the government a man who enjoys its protection and declines to pay his share toward its support. The declaration that the colored people of the state are the ones who do not meset their taxes is one which they should resent if untrue, and for which. if true, they should struggle to furnish no foundation in the future. The Chicago Inter Ocean celebrated Its twenty-first birthday on Saturday last by ism ing and circulating 20.000 copies of a sixty page paper that Is, whether viewed from the editorial, news, advertising or typographical standpoints, a model production; just what might have been expected from the talent that has built up and maintained one of the great est of western journals. If Publisher Kohl nat is not proud of his huge enterprise it would be a difficult task to please him. It is understood that the Lime Kiln Club is drafting a tariff measure for the nation's guid ance and that its members are annoyed and disgusted at the undue and impertinent haste of the iteform Club in rushing into that geld ahead of them. The report is going about that ex-Senator Ingalls wears wooden shoes while on his farm. It may be that Mr. Ingalls hs some faint idea of discounting Jerry Simpson's achievements. It is wonderful to see the number of majors and colonels who are willing to accept routine places under the government and be known for enermore as plain "mister." America will point with pride to Sir Julial Pauncefote as a man who came over and grew up with the country. The ex-officeiolder's objection does not appear to cut much of a figure whaen Carter Harrison desires to be mayor of Chicago. The newspapers have been strangely neglect ful in failing to blame the grip on the inangu ration. Ex-Congressman Tom Watson's resources for acquiring trouble appear to be unlimited. SCSOTI-146 STAW-46 Where's the profit when spring makes us happy and gay if it makes all the microbes feel Just the same way? AN EasTrZ DoZnOir. "Is yer hens layi'?" asked the farmer of his neighbor. "ye-." was the disconsolate reply. "They're layin' of." A wind shield for bicle riders has been in I ented. This is a suggestion for pugilists. She nmde a loaf of bread one morn It was a brittle cake. It left the family all forlorn To sea it fall and break. But soon we patched it up with glue, Like other t ric-a-brar. And now it hangs .where all may view A moet arttec piacque. There is still much uncertainty concerning the alleged portraits of the great explorer, un ear thedl by the world's fair. The discovery of Columbus by Amnerica is not the sinecure II Imight sese. "L~ook here," said the applicant's friend. "'m afraid you are too eager. The o5e. abould seek the mau. you know." "That's all right. But I'm not salfish enough to deprive the offce of a little judicions steer' log." re PLanTr or A sTATtiE. The fashions come, the fashions go, And yet the same old garb I know Or none at all.. V. hi's modern femalee change their drems I linger here in chillinee., Whate'er befall But hope I see. My friend the crank I ay have reason yet to thank For his designs. If he secures his prudish way, We Venues will vet display Our crinoline. Anethser Revival EDeetred. Pittsburg papers complain that there is a re. viral of wife beating in that city. Why no have a revival of the whipping poet for wift beaters?Sliarrisburg Tekegram. The Nappy Pugtliet. Once in awhile a man is born with hi, jas Identing a silver spoon. One in a while he il born simply with the jaw end citisens offer bin ge..0 to expese the point of it te a stufe. Agive.-Saa Francisco Eca=s--r. Who are the rulssife 1ew Yeek etty--th people or their effeitl scrvamta?-Nem Yor Telegrams. New Yeek has empteed "Jask the Ripper again. It will be remembered that one et hi. is now serving alife satmpat Ping 31mg to murdering am ald wema has "fihaba peare" bet yea.-Chicepe D6r.6I~ 1No Gas e ern sema b.- we Ia. IW.3I..ei ermisne aer wehumte ea s se and -~ trus nas ek . s edm. S. S. SUIE& B~t:432 9U 8 -r. F..es. demm ..... a - IrsI WOODWARD AND LOTHROP, 19M. UATZ AND F aTS N.W. ASM 0A3D6 AND annArr%.mmem - ' ATE ATS AND muenS3~.aa6NEW DAIL-4 15015 ZASTEN RAUDEM-U, AND Ms. LX"s "aEma.WW. lb. S m .11M E'S STORE, TUEDAT. WMDNENDAT. TEUBSDAT. GI!NERAL OPENING AND SPECIAL SALE NEW SEASON'S FURNISHINGS. IMPORTED EASTER NOVELTIES IN NECK WEAR, CLOVES, CANES, AC. rne bmbellenuetesmench adherests to strilly modern basiness methods. We keep assea with n =times-Mt*== = it. demaade, The ats ase evidenced by every branch of owu an-evyry dgtepmen throughout nr estab=h.ste But this that was & -Men's Department" and is "Gra t M M's Store' afords a signal Ilusiratis CC the growth. the developmet ad the psesimlties at oar business. from a small beginning it grew and grew until we wore csapelled to Use the entire building, covering ten thousand square feet. which It now occapies. It Is one of the most Important features here end the most extensive eol*ively retail Me's Furnishing Store In Washingtos. It has achisved this remarkable success in its wide sprsed and eefilent service of the public with the proper styles at popular priges. In its great stock all testes afe catered Is. Qualities w low as we feel satised to sell to our eustomers are shown hrn In roat profusion, and ranging through all the medium grades up to the Inset aoo d rroduced. but carefully avoiding ia every quality, even the lowest, all makes that have not an ne tablishsd reputation for reliability and that we cannot cheerfully recommend. Gentlemen will appreciate this new store devoted solely to their wants, with Its bright daylight. its ioad aisle..its admirable system for the facilitation of busines. and a vast and complete - stock of MEN'S FURNISHM1C3, EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN, STAPLE AND NOVEL The complexion ot our men' store has changed completely. light effecto have taken the place of the dark-spring has usurped the away of winter. The new spring thinges are here. Men's Fur nisinas of every description, the season's neweetand best. FOREIGN NOVELTIES IN MANY LINES That were made for asnd can be seen hers only. EASTER 18 THE TIME For defing the Seavy Weight and donning the Medium or Light Weight Underwear. W4 have a complete aesortments of Underwear for Immediate use in all ess-all propermaterials and colors. You fully realize the Importance of having a new searf or a new Pair of Gloves for Easter Sun day. All the approved kinds are herm. Spend a little time hire Tuesday. Wednesday. Thurs day or any day this week Is looking at a speseal opening display of a spring stock of Staple Fur nishians and KEster Novelties that has been selected with painstaking can to meet the demand of an appreciative taste for the newest and best in the line at Men's Belongings. Remember the new laon. Ntrance10D0 F s. and notioe the window full o attractive Easter Neckwear. IT IS IMPO1SIBLE TO IMAGINE A FINER COLLECTION. NECWEA.. Our lne for this spring surpasses all previous efforts. Foreign and domesti. makes. tesluding Welch. Marseason k Co.'s and Virgas Middleton's English--washable and unwash. able. The new Windsor Teks and Four-in-Rands, light stripes, checks, dota and Agure. foulard. China, surah and awepe d chine, at 50, 75.. 61.00 and 41.50. Wash Ties of every ap proved shape and color-four-in-hnd. club. shield or band bow. Windsor. a.. at 25c. Nearly a hundred styles of Dress Bows at 250. Coi.ABs AN CuFFs. All the best English and American mades. for men and boys-shaps strictly correct. Callas 41.50. 62.00, 62.50. 2.75 and 63.50 dossa. Cuffs .40.6 3.00. 64.50 and 06 doesm KD GLov. Anew. aMb stock In the lates Spring -as. 18.104.22.168,.2.00and62.25p als SUPENDERS, A well-seleotedline, Silk. Cottas Web, Guyot Braces and the Light Weight for Negligee. 250. to 65.00 pair. HosteaT. All colors, including the new solid Reds and Blues in Lisle. Balbriggan. Linen. Silk and Merino-plain Clocked and Fancily Embroidered with Bilk. The popular Fast Blak In Cotton. 25c., 33c. and 50s. pair. Lisle. 35e.. 50e. and 75c. pair. Linen. 85c. pair. Bilk. 8100. 01.80, 6'L00 and a. pair. Maco Thread in Mode. Tan and Slate. 25c. pair. H ANDKERCHIEFS. New styles in Plain and Fancy omnstitched Linen Handkerchiefs, 12We.. sc., 23c.. 35c. and Sr. Nematited Japanese, Silk. 23c.. 35c.. i0c.. 7c. and 61.00. Dias SaIRTs. Open front, open beck. open front and back. any length Ceeves. perfectly shaped, well made. best matersals, he.. $1. $.2 and 61.50. NEOLIGEE SHIRTS Were originally Intended for outing wear exclusively. how, with their Improvements-hich collars, link or straight cufs and so on-they present a very neat and dressy appearance, and are very popular for business wear, for railway or steamer traveling, for negligee as well as for all outing purposes. Laundered Cheviot, Madras and Zephyr. stripes, dots, plaids and solid colors, 61.00 41.75. 62.00. .0 and $3.U0. One hundred doses Unlaundered Negligee Shirts, in choice patternse t S. SHIaTS To MEAsUmN. If you prefer hafig yer Shirts made to measure tust step inid the private Atting room and let our cutter aeasure you. Our line of Shirtings represents exclusive novelties in French Madras. English oxford. Scotch Cheviot. Zephyr Cloth. Wash Silk and Fancy Flannel. Of these we make to order, guaranteein, a perfect At and entire satisfaction. -esidas the several styles of Men's Nerligee Shirts. Ladies' Blouse Waits, ladies Tenni- Shirts. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Pajamas or Sleeping Suit. and Boys' Shirt Waists. There isn't a doubt as to our being sble to please you in material. It and ANIsh. UNDEaWEA. All the Importations for Spring are Is. American Hosiery Co.'s Balbriggan and Merino Undea wear. 61.00. 61. ?ikand 6L50 a grment. Norfolk and New Brunswick Underwear. 61.25. 61.i. and 62.00 a garment. Cotton Gauss Shirts,.25a . 50s.. 75e. and 61.00. Balbriggan Ihirts. 50a.. 780., 61.00. 61.50 andP3.00. Merino Shirts. white, gray or amottled. S0c.. 750.. 6L00. hAS. 61.80 and 62.00L Silk Underwear tnoad weight. OVERCOAT.. A stock of Llght-weight Overcat. has bees reently added, including the lull Dress Overcoat, milk-lined throughout. Price. rangs frem 610.80 to 630,00. DEB1IN GoWN.. S~orIN. JACEETS. &O. That the luxury of today develops into the necessity of a week hence is shown in no manear more conclusively than In the rise and progrees at this clase of goods. A quarter of a centur y ago there urn ash things, hut they wers might) scarce. At the present tims the man who doesn't affect some garment of the hind is the exception rather than the rule. Under this general bead come Losustng Coats. Enxlish Draming Jacket. English Study Coat.. House and Offce Onae, Lg Glownsand Wraps. Smoking Jaskete, Billiard Jackets. Blanket Wraps. Breakfast Cost. and Robes de Chamtire-for the nursery, for the sick room, for stimmer traveling, for the railway coach and for morning and night use geserally. Our own direct importations are reedy for your inspection. OFFICE COATS, &C. A nie ssortmsent of Ight-weight Jackets for omae, street, lounring and traveling us. From 50b. up. Ofies Aprom. 25c. LUmes Delers, English Traveling Ruga., HMACKINTOSHEs. New ad Sty~eh Meltans end Cheviate, esam and silk linins, with or without capes, Foreten and Somesti makes. All mie and styles. BATE ROBE, &(. B~athRbesi.EInale..dGeran- maes Pads, stripes..d fancyI,.r.-Camel's Heir. Wool and Cottos Terry. A special lot at Fancy Terry Beth Bobes in an almost endiem variety at sols.. 680 ad 64.80. Bath Set. cemistngof Robe, two Towels end Slippersato match, 610. Or est India Eseeg Watt. the model garment. for sight, being ma- comfortable ad convesi. est than night eMa They ee in Zephyr (Beth, Cets Coevict. Enish Flannel. Satins ad Suak. Ars aimest idse sehi for traveling. Urnmm AND CAmE. The new thing. in E~ line ese hern as me as they con out. The latest tn Umbrellas is a cheteelsnt et Oetered Silk, with atel weed hendles. at 64.25 Our Oanes comprise all the latest novelties in ash, weigheel. Freesh camh. medar ad astm~wth various style. ct hasales, Also the Coaas~n hasmave* C___ SORoTING AND ATrnzaTo Go.. ..e...... A se.Mimet Ann.M.w e ...wam. wht.. e.b.M...ray. 5.80a Naed Saga, Tenes. DEema at Gna.s Fasmies. Taost Wateae Teeth Brambe s ad lsweas. jewesry. GearandOe Besa. lsstbsin Saeal. Edseeems an hA~ser. ad a theusadm ami -aMnStise Uew nat he stt. ens e ut yemntiede s gessesuret. --d them bes, A Masrr...u Samna Iau.. 0, sa. estin and st esees. metsed. dsth0 omaim tass ee sesbs0 Bepgutes paes gasL.....4......... I s --- 3at gin9;,.,, .,...;. nesrpte am ...........6 nesm ate- ~ .. a WMaeseea & - ..asse......,....................... em- as w RUS H For Fine Shoes. UI* G w ts vim bmbe j we shleR mms ine dmn e JJteem mis smming adelig tim" next Saturdey tam "e ever d" before ha awn" ol Mass se time. Nearly all at you will wat now Men for Eater. and if you - to buy them-whse the ha-eu- ftles and the beet qualities at the lowest prices are to be found-you will SUMELY buy them from US. All we want is to get ya to &EE our magnicent lines of new Spring Shoes-we ea SURE of the rest. As special inducements to ecure your s. tention we are offering many of our goods at specialty low prices for this week. besides presenting to our patroat 0--0---O---0--0 O--O--O--O--0 ranfom. I All Easter Card. Easter Cards I the for the tbr Adults. 0 Week. Childr. O Ladies' Suede Oxford 5l beautifulanw styles Ties and Strap Blippera, of Ladies' Hand-made In black. tan. gray.pesl I Spring-weight Button or heliotrope. Reguiar Blucher and Laced $2 goods. Boots. EZoolent 64 SE15 OAL 3 I "WIZ. 93. 15different styles or prety stylus of I* Blutherettes dise' Rand-turned or and Oxfords. Welted Button and Laced black r tan. Boots. superior to any Everywhere SEJO. body else's 3 Shoes. SPECIAL .. S"MECAL 82.50. SPRICK. PA2.5 12 of the loveliet new Mon's Best Imported styles of Ladies' Blueh- 6 Patent Calf Laced and er.ttes and Oxford Ties. Gaiteaa.ou the new Paria Cheap enough at 63. 5i shape. Good 68 values. SPECIAL 0. SPMEAL PRICE. I PR2105. $4 Those Ladies' Popular 0 20 new styles of Men's Russet Blucher Laced Calf. Real Eeagaro. or Doot.withpolatedtoes. Russet Calf Rand Advertised Mothers at made Low and Nigh .8.50 I Shoes. SPECIAL SPECIAL PRICE. I PRICEt. 82.50. I 83.00. Ladies' Best Imported 0 Misses' and Youths' Patent Leather 65 But- Fine Cloth Top Patent ton Boots. with medium Leather Poxed Butt n heels for walkir.. or 6 Boots. 61 0oods. Louis IV heel for full SPECIAL 0 PRICE. .SE 2.00. $4.00. * SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON Boys'. Girls' and Infants' Fine Shoes. Ladies' Overgaiters. Gras or Bream. $1 QUALITY AT 30c. Ladies' Orergtters, Black. A GOOD 75c. QUALITY AT 35c. M-CALL EARLY DURING THE WEEK TO ES CAPE THE GREATER RUSH AT ED OF THIS WEEE. WM. HAZ. & CO.-% RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES. 930 and 932 7th at. 1914 and 1916 Pa. ave. i 231 Pa. ave. s. a. Remarkable MPuicity Has been gained by our REMARKaARLE REMOVAL BALE. Two atore are run ningr at full blast; our NEW STORE. 1335 P at. is crowded every day with CRIL. DREN, and our OLD STOitE iacroes the street) is throncred with mothers. fathers, women. men and boys-all aions to par tak. of the bar..n we're ofErig. W. hav. SHOES FROM 100. TO $7.00. But you better be quick to provide your selves-for the sale is drawing to a close. Some of our SPRIBGS SHOES have come in before we were ready for them, ad so ther've gone Ia at REMOVAL SALE PRICES. Among others are Iadies' Light-weight High Shoes and LOW SHOE. and BUS SET8 for both men and women. We sal particular attention to this SHOE: Ladles' Oxford Tie, hand sswed, heavy waakinsoi.. worth 6.25.f ~ 2.5 Ladles' B!ucher BaL. Russeta, advertised by others as great bargains at 63.50, for en..............................2.0. Better bug anow! It' cheapuerl EDM TN& C(0., 1339-1341 F ST. N.W. Chafing aihe~Dsh.te to gt aothr Witht lunch aftertethaeorets. thyare rapidl being aeegsise. 1205 PLAS.... UNBU.BAU3. SAm. a r grgeat EkwSott. met~mmaNT~es~es~us ~ . CHILDS & McDERMID. OF WHDOMi Are p~rm M" mo. .s oe ... CC o h womn. for al~ with them esame thambkte 1 NEW SPRING DESMES. An right in this earname"ia. e as y that were RAPIDLY forging or way to the tremt as TZE DE GOODS MOUSE t Washe'. t0. See far io'eltf if' e me as GOt others' pries. the. -aPe them with e . You'll bay bus. " all mon.anan In elims stylish womma d. We invite yeaw Imaeo TOxORROW to these mew arrivals: Tjiag 6he "of 40-inch HXRI T worth . foe 49cents yusd. Eal COTCH ('EVIOTS. = inches wide. is new and varied eombastice ==colors. worth as cta.. for 48 S-inch ENGIR TWEEDS, all the latest shades.6-cent moods.fr 46ente And crowds of ether materials under 61 per yard. 42-inch BILK WARP DIAGON leadina- combinations of color. goods. for O1.ti& yard. 4'-inch ENGLIt'H NOVELTIIE. with -airline striw.. tw-:one effects. 6L AM os. forol..iOard. 44-inch FNiSHt WHIPCORIS. withI an trirnmanwsa atta'4. two Price. $1 .7*.5a Fine SILK NIXTUEFS. with silk hai-limes tripe. 4ies wide. Worth 2.90. QUit RIICE. St-5Oyard. Silk and Wool BROOADEs. 44 inches wide. worth 2. 50. tor 62 yar Real SCOTtH PLU.DS. lisht effects. 44 inches wide. OhLY 1.75 ysrd. There's Me end to the array. And we're showing besatiful TRIMMINGS to -mae. every piece of goo's in btock. Here are some BA RGAINS in IAIt: '0-inch SHOT SILK-: in chareiable effects. werth $1 and $l.*? bOW mi cents yard. A mmagnificet new lot of BENGA LINES. in all the new thades. worth 41.. OUR PRICE. SI. sarL Remarkably loe SNHANtiHAl SILKS which ougLt to be 7 C*Us a yard. Z fered t,- you at only 49 cents. THEY WON'T LAST LONG. Hansona new line of 19-4.ch VET, ETS.in aI the popular abades. Prices, SL 50 and $1. -yard. tHATEVERJ EOU WANT 18 HERE 1114 & 1116 F ST. N.W. xkh27 No other house DOES-EVER DID or EVER WILL sell such STER LING QUALITIES at such LOW PRICE as WE quote. SAx. AiD CoMPAY. A WARJING: Next Sunday Is Etr. Irs SPaING SURE EmoUG. ESTERDArS bright mm mAt balm airdidlots ct me.sr.y work far the LIGET-WEIGET OVERCOATS. We've felt N to. daY. Don't go about your clothes. buying like a drowning Mms. grabbing after the lrst straw you see. Whether it's In our ste-w or somebody ele's---take tiumse e all the styles-You may have your mind partly made -up for a dark color and change it for something lfght Maybe Just the other war. All we ask is that you'll poetpe buying until after wevse shown yea through the line of our moakings. You needn't decide the lAst tme you come. But the moe yon sem of others- the aroe aurs *gro on you. After all a It depends on a 'twis of the ''it"-sand our artists a expr. They kow which way to **tars." Thees a ditnatfte Saish about ours. Part of it commes fem the fabrics. part from the taile mingE. Part from the style. Diferent men liHke odditie se mang as thsy are not "a show. They're genteel 'i then.--Them they're vlgar.-hen you can'S got them here. To'Ul Sad that wore ges with the eaim ie-t10 we give you as Qne a Cost as ay stare eam boast of at 612.50 and 615---Eep lng it up brings the beet sooer them you'll expect maybe---A 635.--45 wouldn't see high if we bade said 63.---Can you me hew a mn ema pay WO or 670 for ame et ear 8 Coate---We can't. Nine out of tem mun a from our Overacat Department sebigt to th EATS.--You begas buying well and want to keep it up. Y.. ne.ar .. ..,boy --mupm. Is our .ho.. SiA. AND Co.,Apm I De ,.... we.h.e, Fess. ave. Cothn and shs. Nw ~sad de Talrhg 1. STYLE Our SPRING WRAPS I.. And her hasualm they've amen. remakning far you to proeide peurselvee with theee --....m et eprbm. het wore geing te t't mit SPRI0. W4S ay --a-a hr temeam. .am ...r....d. am rre M..L'ses. he .. - MM a M mse. Zat s tera Wee t smessa T lndonm Bazars .... ...t.ah 715 tPm a. Ave 71 Pu... 0.ade Fa T.. A. Bar.. W- Thn w sesaws -a ven on -- t e Maw a a" ieeemd b' cew a sum4iL lab . ... . . . . . te.. . a." asam BALLOTING on t OnS t Fos Ta. Two Mom PI4ELAR Cu.=..m Ix T.. Cm. Che "o t u miiat.. of an deonmia tien having to thw cedit es may a the Iwe ad "coed hargem sumber et haleft paisted above. CNDITION. inbtou is a to the ear"y of an de sotlatWo" ad wil! Close Mar . The name of the miaister ana his chereh ae to be written i the blulot and the ellot brought er mated to us. The ballet wall he prited eacb day in the "tar is dated ma must be turned in before 8 dAs *I&. T. Pa,... 110he r ize is a Read"=* s 0wuged TuiztA Easv Chalr valu ed at tk 00.O The second Prize Is %am style Rey Clio Sart pize. but Covered with the twea qualit ,, baad-buted leatherae. 30. Both chair are cm exhton in o w . window. Srnd is sr Voes aem! Five Special Items Today. To rmove any idea you may have be your mind that bemuse our stock le the * 'oeso the eety that our prices are neoeesury the 1inet we u2te the fol-owa twe special Items--ech at least 25 per eat under oheag prices for the same articles: NO. 1.e.,,bac...eNOs.,,, Chair (oak seat also). highly polished. fully conastruted. sae. chair we had so a rem es at OL.tis Om $1.25 Fc send Oak Am achor to smt& 0.1o. No. 2.825 Hum RAc. $16.25. Weare fully justiled in callinc it a IR .aM Stand, for les desirable enes have brought 65 readily. It Isoc highly polished eei ak. tau 40-inch wide and 7 feet higr. has Fremeh beveled plate glams. umtrels pen and few oxidized hat psee, the larvestead *s*ouae sand in Araersis for the smemey. Ory $16.25 Ea. No. 3. .......,,,..i .,,,,..., osk Hghy Polished Sideboar. bev. ,.t la.s two top dra.re (... li.ed). ... wId lines drawer. and lare double cloaset stud te othes' $15 An 016 sideboards. OLY $11.25 EA. No. 4. Three styles the .es c.a eraws Chamber Suites over placed an as for the money. Mads othighly bolahed.a.horeewh 1y as.. ed oak. drme h. ler.e beVeled "chevai" glaw, hat bo, tMe small and twe wide drawer,. Bedesed has heavily malded panels. and either of the three Is egual t. others' 03& and 537. 50 suites. Cuore.. $29.50 FAC. NO. 5. me.5...ao .a a..,u. Fo $2.75. We sold this chair duritr our opening lat Septenberas a "special" at S4.23. and. )ay them as fast as we coud, we wee mble ft eupply the demand. We have just"Osived another shipment, and in erder to ereate a is te tade ezefemnt we will sel thene OL at Chairn Fos A2.75 Ec. W. resere the rt to lim the qa.. ft,. each purchaser in order to prevent dealam from bfring them to sell esaha.a627.1 s hem thea they me hay them. at wbolumals. Creaig & 0 Hardirng. SCo. 13.AIa F Sr..N.W. 0. 0 We Quote. Sr-- -- e -< - o 90 0 0mka serea,~b'es boa *su-- ------ e -d -st rm a 0 0 ec ..cul.. de o.d..r a.~bh a 0 - * 0 W.. M. on,& O. 0 Cer. amt and red. awa, m~w. ats 00000000000000000J "Town Talk." dehjs..."M~aspper.""rb-ecaerua a . - M.s... ........ C... Kaam, a..ama 735 7 S.... N.eW. .. Cough &Colds Bs T.. "Om R.~ma. a ar Sm -o ==umw ft - let% No saam e t m mom amn am,& Una "" fth abo- ataf frin M" fm a mdm meS? hama woot m" by as ou or"?on ub a amirnuhm o h .5ta 1h wub b thu woo " "OW a* W e am- ft I aWWm T we eaam tua mal fifmm-7. a Tom 34.Ils~ "53AITZUITU smVo U OMw oe ha.mad w%-mM 01..f Wn g 't at imwh b S. 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