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THE EVENING STAR.
WASHINGTON. Uw AT .... .... ...... ......ae , ass. I0 I. NOTE .... .... ...... ...... r, rmE EvENENS SAR bas a uweeume and seemmesm hetutet Wamaseem tha.e meansert thus Emm user Vaper to she at. An a lead] NEW ammer m" Ad wswan 3*Medinrm a m. esseesteor. C - e -pimises that prec Cengree dede debats and te traling or lag-roling, whish in in tese tmmge comgeny eom men, a net alwys to be relied up.., but whn Ie in mahed prpederamee of belef X Is d to assept* gaide --f mthe m&orty and xmse toward a cemelaem that, while ,gem , wil probaby be about correct. The New York WorlM bs undertaken to pON no mrmbs t th, next Hoe on ame ispsuats ,mu,.. The qustions ased we: "D yen, with present inforsm son, leser repeal of the Sherman sler asl' "D You ftvor an inese tai?" "iDe yp faer the repeal of the State mah ton' in response to h et query there in paae ---ty; as to ge aomme tax there b mese easI; an th propostion to repeal te oftle bank ton he *-noes" sem to have it. A lge prerties of the membership ba not yt bae hoarder but all th probabtlies se llevmble to 0e present propOrtis being pnved. If the reat of thin pon is aeespted s a sohable 1erumet eisiem the country um begin toeegraIhte i . The repeat f e sheson law in evideuly meet dsirable. weedwe er eutright demat should certainly be b the income tn idea, whln the ert to en esn eerane output of greembacked premies to pay that -my newer be fulilled eet to be poemrptly eat upon. Baing withmet diseclty gouged publi sautinmet in the =mter o a lougt-distance hem rme-frn Chadreo, Neb.. to Chicago the Ameriman ocety for the Preventios of Cruelty to Animals has ecattered throughout A states of Nebraska, Iowa and Illness an nsounemuet to the efset that a reward at Si0 wB be paid for the arrest and couvictsn of any perielpaants in ouch race. That the eon tft ina cre and foolish afgair eanet be deubsEd. The preposities was that sorne thirty or forty eewbows should start from Chadrom on the 12th of his smooth, amonted on "brocoes," ad frer that point shuld race to the World's Fair, a distance of amore than eight hundred amilem. The contest would not pewee amything, and could not possibly smt in good of any description. Nebraska awe dec e the oerdriviug, torturing or overworking of horses to be heavily punish able, and it is aso a misdemenar to indulge in racing em the public highway. Iowa n at leaot as Strict in its eforts to pretect dumb brute@ bmn the brates who are not dum, while Ii nob bem a very comprehensive statute. In view of thi activity on the part of the 8. P. C. L the awe will probably never be rue, bat if it in them every partigs it should be promptly -.~moo 40 * O - Is it met abet thme that the expenses which e geoeramnt are paying for the entertain ns of the"Nation'sGuests" should cose? The seam emotributes largely to the sum de manded for their eatertainment. and not only willneer me the guests, but will never get beek a dlier of the amomey so expended. ik4meNd TiNee. Thin bread-minded and patriotic deliverance In based apes the aumptios that the south does net intend to vsk the werld's fair, where ft anm's g ts are to be seen, and upos the asoli that a mneiloei expenditure is to be -ea-m-- d by the soath which does not show a meetimol reimburerne=t dollar for del mr. Emeedy th eamm oesphdat might be made by the Paill sope, and in Aot to a pser or less dere by eery c mty en sp 181ods mnd Chieg. It is thee aIeue 111" a useg' s guests, viewed S ding ma -ssen speetles., reimbursing by gratuitous ex hademe of tbselsives the national outlay em ahir aeseet. play eagemeut of any estin hetery th. What a miable, picayune assir hmis aets would be If it pursued the mseow, stkesd lines propesed for it by the at inca pue t moe story in which the hoe Edwin Booth gres s having eared the 36 of Rebert Todd Linceln, soa of the man who was mandered by Edwin Dooth's brother. U. Jeh T. Ford, well known here, vouchee fle Its aseuray and says that about March 1, , wIle Bobert Linroln was waiting for a beah at Dowing Gresm, Ky., he was dragged eat of the way of a rapidly moving engine by Edwin Desth. So arrow was the escape that Mr. Limesn's feet were grased by the cow eae- Mr. Ford was an eyewitness and his tetimony will hardly he disputed. The eavier and eaved were unsegnamited with each other end it was net until after the occurrence that Useth became aware of 'Lincoln's identity. Sorely the law of cespeaaiona working as Ue.~a Green that day. The eelleetieu of garbage at this meaom he esmes one of the meet important features of a elty's service. A slight neglet may bring about ibmtreme results far exceeding anything amt emid he foresa. The timme of year is at bad whem climatic couditiosis often aggravate mets which might ordinarily he incosider able to serin proparflone. The mout that can he dose to beep the city clen and wholeso.. will net he tee amuch. 'The prompinees with which a jury waeso Oured in the Boed.. eae in n l=&mdla-o that people in and about New Bedford are amore broad minded than othurs, or else that they do net read the newspapers, or else that the Mamea ehaseth jury law is an imsprovement upon that with which Washingtosians are familiar. South Aamerien wBil probably arrange for a gasin ee-ts-t in which competitors will serive to lecate the nest revelatios. It would he a merry and picturesque style of diversion Presideut Cleveland evidently believes In The public meeting held iceS night assure. esery .me intsresed that the one hundredth amiteresry of the laying of the Capitol corner same will be properly celebrated. Frome the timme when the original propoeitiou was made me Idea was popular and during the p-s few weehe It bes grown in favor to such an entont amt lbtsucesfal rea-iztio in certain. It in ==e---mey eorrect and not Imumodest tostt mat Wahilngtos eclis all other cities of the United States in the character of its gala occa ise and it in within the hounds of reasonable prophesy to aver that the display of enthusiasma and decorative sympathy will be greater man be been witnessed here for many yeas. The celebration ~man more &a c mere remembrance of the fact tht Os Septmber 18, 17W, the northeast cor -s scee of the Capitol was lowered into place: in wil heoa esmulative sort of rejoicing which .6 tabkeniua-- of the struggle. that so kbeqlmeuty thrsatened to destroy the handi work et thse who founded the city by first prsemtagth government from cong here ad later by emusing a removal of the scat of aevernmet. From time to timne TUE Sraa in beteesal ebetebes of Washington's growth has noted te atagomisme which promised serious. mset. "From its tenderest years," said Tuan Sran. "Its nerves have been utrung. na. geth reteded and ies constituion under mined by a wall-founded terror, due. to the attempts apes its life and the threats of sudden and violent destruetuos mede from timme to time by its guardian. Like the hero of -Great Expese-tie-' the capitol was brought ap *by bend,' and its guardian was lerever *em the rampage.' From the day In 3W when the archive, of guoernament were brought fromn Phi-lpIhia in -seven large besee and four or live smaller one.,' and an amy of Sfty-four offieeholders 'welled the bal attempts to remove the mat of poren ment, and such removal would have meant, of course, the death of Washington. * To neglect the infant, to threaten it constantly with destruction, and then to urge Its conse quent feebleness as a reason for killing it out right, was a favorite policy with its enemies," During the ten years preceding the removal to Washington. for which time the capital re maimed at Philadephia while prevarations for the goverument's reception were made at the infant capital on the Potomac. there was much desperate scheming to prevent the government from leaving Phileadelphia by those who after ward plotted for a escond removal of the cap ital. It was in the midst of these hostile sem== that the capitol' eorner stone was laid. But Washington's years of peril have long ince passed away and the national capital is here to stay. From a straggling village it has grown to conditions of greater beauty and deir ability than may elsewhere be found en all this hemisphere. Mud and structural wretehedness have been succeeded by avenues of Incomparable eoothmess and buildings that leek nothing of magnilleeese. It in a city of which the nation in proad, and the jubilation that Imrks a century of life eine the home of American lefislation frst roe above ground should be eommessurate with the victories which local pluck and local pride and local cash have achieved inca the year 179. With an eye single to its own welfare Tam many is preparing to make an assault upon the New York city post office. After a ueh watch log and scheming and impatient waiting the greatest of political organization= has the plsuenre of seeing a reprentative member ap poanted to what is reYl the most important federal aoice in New York city. Speaking for himself and before the pressure is evere enough to be felt Mr. Dayton opines that but few sadden changes will be made in the force which operates the great mall exchange, but be neath the velvet paw-in this ease, fitly repre mated by the new postmaster-is the tiger's claw, ever ready to bury itself mn republi can or mugwump flesh. Tammany men who. know what they are talking about say that every man who can possibly be removed-and they do not admit that any are anebored-will be displaced by a loyal follower of Richard Croker. It is to be hoped that Preeident Cleveland will se to it that the public service at such an important point is not demoralized by the borde of doilar-seeking politicians who but a few months ago could not And language harsh enough in which to criticise the princi ples he represents. Kansavs people have now turned their atten tion to rain making. This is a simple, harmless pastime, which, even if it does no good, is free from the temptations to disorder that infest Kana politics. It to spectacular, noisy and generally satisfying. By all means lot Kammas stick to rain making. It has been telegraphed to New York that President Higginbotham of the Columbian ex position directory appeared at a breakfast to the Infanta in a dress sui. Ward McAllister will, no doubt, seize upon this and upon it base a claim of complete vindication in all that he has said about Chicago. Mr. Quay declares in an interview that he is not interested in state politics. To many people Pennsylvania politics in this condition will resemble "Hamlet" with the title role emitted. Secretary Gresham will now spend some time in discovering the whereabouts of that execu tive session in the State Department. Controller Eckele stepped into a busy season. And a busy season appears to be his element. SMOOTI740 6NAJUL "Well!" exea-imed the liquor dealer who had jAst wee a suit in court, "the law and the pronte both appear to be on my side." We soon will have, if pugilists Keep up their wordy chaff. A prize fight as a feature of The idewalk phonograph. A COWNMC- or nAsoNS. The man who invented poetry was very care less. Otherwise he would never have made an article of summer wear like the bicycle rhyme with "icile " A young woman of this city whom quick wit is resrponsible for the low of a number of fiends has just men another retire from the list. The young man was in a philosophical mood, sad remarked: "Oelf study is a bad thing." "I shouldn't be surprised," she responded 0-ppantly. "Now, I am sure that if I were to devote time to thinking about myself I should become very marrow-minded." "Oh, y; you'd probably have to in order to grasp the subject." And for the time he really felt as smfl as she had p-tae ham. tUdee Eben had been reading a newspaper, ad asche laid it down he maid: "It sutn'y do beat all how many reformers llah is gittin' ter be new-a-days It do beat all." "What is a reformer?" asked Aunt Chloe, as she paused in the midst of ner Ironing. "Ama ibe a member oh one oh do learned perfce sions?" "No," was the reply. "Tar my way oh thainkin' er ref ohmer mnoe' allas am de somebody dat's hankerin' after er new deaL" savizo -rnormax.. "Are you going away for the summer?" "No," replied the crabbed aman; "I ain't." "Why not?" "Rleause= I don't hare to. There's every reason to believe that If I stay here the sum smar'11 be brought to me." Commencement girl, so young and fair, 'Tie sweet to se you itanding there Surprising folks with such a lot Of things that they long since forgot. But heed not thoee who scoff or sneer; They'd give a pretty sum, my dear, To be like you just out of oollege With sucha lot of brand new knowledge. The Deant lea er Washingten. Every stranger who visits Washington is struck by the courtesy and refinement of even the pooreat of the people. There are various reasons for It, but one of the weightiest to hat the poorest man in Washington can enjoy sneans of culture that the richest in San Fran risen cannot have without heaving homme. In Irhatever part of the city hoey live.he is within dight of the sately public buildings in which toe feels a proprietary interest. The streets are tIroad and smooth, with shade trese and lawns timing their sides. Parks and parklets are scattered everywhere, each with Its exquisitely kept flower beds and ito statne or fountain. The walk from home to work and back again is a pleasure and an education.-San Francisco Ezanuiaer. A Matter or instinet. 'Ibis is the season when an eighteen-year-od girl says that the future is full of roses and sunlight, while ten minutes later a boy of nine te'en will show conclusively that everything ls going to the demnition bowwows.-Kaasas City Time~s. A (Gre-t Opportunity. No American can afford to ignore the Colunm bian exposition. It is the opportunity of a lifetime, not only for self-gratification and self smprovement, but for contibuting to the fame mnd glory of this. country.--Cininsnati Times btar. ThmeIr One Regret. The duke and Eulalle regret that they ever let thin piece of' land get out of the fanuly D LN9 416 7TH ST. NO CREDIT-QUICK SALES-8MAL PROFITS. THAT GREAT MAT SALE IS TEE MOST WON DERFUL ON RECORD. A MANUFACTURZIW SURPLUS STOCK OF FIN STRAW EATS IS BEING SOLD OVER OUR COUNTERS AT PRICES THAT WOULDN'T PAY FOR THE RAW MATE RIALS. TEY INCLUDE TER SEASON'S LATEST SRAPES. IN SOLID WRITE AMD BLACK CHIPS. FINE LEGHORN8 AND HOSS OF DESIRAXL SRAPES IN ATTRACTIVE COLORS. RATS. WORTH V&, TO 91.25. FOR.......... EATS. WORTS 61.80 TO 01.75. FOR.. ........50f BATS. WORTH 6175 TO 62.50. FOR.............75o EATS. WORTH OL 75 TO 63. FO............. 1 SOLID WHITE AND BLACE RATS. WORTH 61.80 TO 6&75. FOR...........................02.25 FINEST LEOHORNS. FOR LADIES. MISSES, CHILDREN AND BABIES. WORTH 62.74-TO 63, FO...................................L25TO932 SEASONABLE EnD A 0u AE O The quick buying at the past weak hes left as many odds and ends, rem ants. Abe., for tomorrow. When you cunsider that the demand is for desir able and esasonable goods it In natural that the short e-n left should be those which are sem deetrable. The ides that a remnant is or.me undesirable artie! whieb no one wants, or a piece of old stock which we are glad to get rid of. has bee. exploded long azo, and tbese that hold to that impreesion have sot grasped the idea of modern retail iag. Below i a list of red-lieket bar. gains which place money in your pocket. Al articles in the store tomorrow marked with a KRD TICKET are Worthy your special attention. CLOAKS. SUITS. WAISTS. &C. 7 IadM.e Wool Serge Eton Suits. navy. green and black, braid trimmed, value 09. Red Ticketed ............................................o. 4 Combination 'aser Suitsblack and navy ;Black Buit has roll collar and girdle of black and white; the Navy sutt. the sme of navy and white; wre 612. Red Ticketed................"64. 3 Ging-ham and Outing Cloth Suits; were 07. Red Ticketed...........................61.98e0ch I lot of Children's Reefers, navy and tan; aizes 2to 14; were $1.50. Red Ticketed................ 96 6 Striped Go.smars. with cape sleeves and ad Justable hoods; were $1.50. Red Ticketed. ...... 1 lot of Lades't Cheviot and Percale Shirt Waists; sizes 30 M.1. Red Ticketed..................Wk. each RIBI ONs. A lot Fane AR-silk Plaid Aniba.S.Stnee wide; trim chldren's hats hanosomely; worth 50 and 75a. a yard. Red Ticketed.................. Va. yard A lot of semnants of Very Fine Wide Ribbons; ohoie ......................................15. rema nt Another let cf resnante et Narrower Rib. bons......................................... SLreament LACES AND EMROTDERY. A lot ot Black Silk Lae.. werth 75 and Oft. .S.yard A let ot Orleutal Laces. 14 incbes wide, worth Sf. Red Ticketed....................... ..25. yard A los t Swiss Embroidaries, worth e.....19. yard HAMOCaS AND WINDOW SHADES 124.4 ==m=oek. Red Tiobsted ...............90e 163 Fancy Hammock. Red Ticketed............ 0-18 A lot of Fine 5S. Opaque Shades.aU colorsspring rolers......... .... ..............31c. each. UDRWEAR. CORSETS AND INFANT. WEAR. 761.50 Ginmham Dresses. dissa Ito 4 years........580 A lot et Childrea's 25c. Pialted Tam O'Shanters.c7.ea 1250. Iarg.siss Corset Coves .............10c. each Asmall lot of 75c. C. B. Corets.large sise..33e. pair Bos CLOTHING AND SWIT WAISTS. 53.50 Gray and Tan Suite, ames 10. 11.12. 13, 14......................................62.50 3 66.0 Norfolk Suite, seaiS adg9...........63.75 A small lot of 3Se. All-linen Knee Pants.......25e 5 61.758milor Suits. nawaahgcrods. 'isee 126.96.36.199.38 261125 Tan Cloth D'ou se Kilt.. aisee 3,4...62.80 56 Engrlish Percale Shirt Waist.. never sold fpr less than 85c.. iee 11. 12. 13.........45c. each DRY OODB DEPATMENT. daysadscf Black Figned Grenadine, ws 7.. yard. Red Ticketed ..................8ic. yard 25 yards Black Satia-etripe Hernani. beat qaual Ity, was 61.50. Red Ticketed............1 yard Remnants of Drees Goods. 294 to 5-yard length. were 25,.30. 75.. and 6L. Red Ticketed. 12%. 25, 37%4 and 50e. yard 88 yard. of Freree Esehlin's Figured Lace-stripe Batiate and 80 yards Novelty Crepons. were S0c................................124.. yard Remnants of Silk Velvet.. 1%4 to 234 yds.. were Si.Mand 625. Red Ticketed......0. yard Corners of Velvete.......................10.. each A small lot of Bedford Card Calicoee. dark ehai..-were 10........................0%e.yard Caal ot lijghtly faded Wash Goode at..3c. yard PERFUMERY A ND TOIL.ET ARTICLE.. 50e. Oakey'. Trple Water. Shottlns..l...0 each 18c. Cornell's Bennoin Skin Soap..........1ccake 17.Cae Moth .............................bh 10e.Embr~ E d Mull Tne................ 5, 19r. Rnmled Collare and Cufs...............1c-st 50c. Silk Skirt Plating................c. yard NOTIONS. Ru b rDrees Shields...... ......13. pair 30c. Fancy Dres. Belting. S yd.-...........20. pc 100. and 15o. Rubber Skirt Protector..........Sce TIMMING.. 21c. Colored Beadt Edinr................15e. yard 10. Black Mtilk Binding Braid............. c. yard Sc. and 10c. Colored Glmnp, plain or tineel meized..................................c. yard BELTS. S0c. and 7.. Laher Belt. studded with steel hiede..............-.................250. each 23e. Striped Silk Belts, odds and ends. ......15c. each Sc. Cotton Belts for boss.................0 each FANS. Se. Japianese Folding Fan, decorated ...........3o 19e. Folding Fan. loral decoration .............14e 5. Colored Satin Fah. a-ilt sticks................30 HOSIRY AND UNDERWEAR. 2nk. Child's Plated Silk Hke, seal and navy..LI-..pair 12 pair Child's Red Ribbad Rose, size 8....19e. pair I Ldies' 75c. Colored Silk Vest.. sol led.35c. ; 3 for 61 50c. Bioya' Colored Vests, sizes 28 to 2....35. each 89e.6-butto Yellow Chamnol. Mousquetaires.60e.pair 35c. Lin eneee Gauntieta...................25c. pair i5c. Rled Mitts............................19e. pair H ANDEERCEIEFS. 25c. White Embroidered adecif.......9 15ec Colored Handkerchiefs....................9 Sc. P1ain White and Colored Bordered Handher chiefs.......................................4c P ARA BOLS. 46-250 Fancy Stripe Parsals...............1.80 3 643.25 Fancy Stripe Parasaol,.............. . . 8 6:J 50 Navr Close-roller Parasols (gloria)..1.29 MEN'S (bODs. 62 and 6-2.25 Si'k Madras Neglige Shirt....1. 50 Zlc Plain Colored Blit........................160 50c. Colored Undershirt., larze aiams......... ...20 25c. Silk Neckwear..............................17. Tax PALAIS ROYAL DOE NOT BISTING OF ONE OR TWO PIECM EARLY VISITOR TOMORROW WILL WHAT WITH REMNANTS AT WRAPIEE SAL. AND FULL LINRI DUCED PICES. WE TINX TE LisT FOR TONORROW SHOULD Pj GLovz..-baistedof 6. .Pair for PL are the least bit heavier than the standard buttom 4Palo& Royal" Dresma Kid Go07 shades that we wish to increase the demand PAASOLS-The last of a domen dife lot containing Parasols and Sun Umbrellas I for tomorrow. 43,25. UNDERWEAR-Ladfie' Genuine Lisle TI deed from 49elto35e. or3 for 81. Chi] from 250 o3 a pair. because 4. 4M and . SOAPS-A broken box or torn paper covert Instead of 17e for Baft and Seraat's Whit for 25e cakle of "Crown' Homer Soap. 5 WMW other remat In the fancy good barwai.s in Lacm. Embroideries. Tn FUI. LINZS OF REoULAR Si (NOR FRIDAl te for Men's 25e Nat Black Half No oi: for Ladies' 750 White Ni Delis. 21e for choe of our 25e Japanere Fam 21c for any of the Summer Style Brool 20t for choice of the 25o Scalloped and 29e for the 2u boxse of Tourist Rueht 49c for our well-known Oc Crochet Be MMc for the 79 Spreads In Marseilles d we for the 990 spreads. prevailing pr6 FLIDAT'S WAPER SALE J A sale tht is leaked forward to. Tomo all the very latest style summer robes. We for the OL25 Figured Lawn Wrappe We or the 41.25 White India Linea Wn 98c for the S1.25 saw end beautiful Chal MS for the 61.25 FIgured Bedford Cord 41.9S for the $2.25 Figured French Orga $1.98 for the 62.25 Choice Figured Laws 1.98 for the 62.25 French Percale Wr 1rae sure and ask to ow the Redford C an cotton they have all the beauty of the mu T.3 P"A 12TR ST. AND PI COTTON AxD CAUDRI UNDE, HE alat Royal is in a quadary. To Underwear to distribute at has than Osto regular stock has come to a tand.still ut I Thursday. Frdar and Saturday. By latad fear wil have left our poseesasao. 79c. FOR 81 CAMaRIo AND The Palaia Rogal's 61 Underwear needi tables will be kept filed until elaing time and Corset Covers as 79c for choice. While each garment sold you must please not ask set unLses yon re wUiag to Sea $I. 39C for the 50c aumer Muslin Draw.. the 85c Cambric Drawers with superior Emi 81.89 f the Pa Royals 92.2n aL Gowns, skitta. drawers. &c., of Alar aing of white and colored S's laces and ribboes. Regular pat Underwear Department know that. such * storee where exclusive stylse are shown. CHH.DREW'S UNDERIWEARI also at re brie Skirts with waists and 68c for S5c Skirti Muslin Drawers with cluster tucks and aemb 49e for the So **Mother Hubbard" Gowns place neck trimmed with embrotdsry. All al SU.T. WVAISTS. CAPES .d As with underwear so with theme outer as stork bees.es we hepe rivals of our evamean and waists we secured to distribute at the a tised In the papers and by enth==iaaparet are for regular stock: F ON SUITSI Of Storm Seres. Cheviots and English Tourist Suit- I C ing. Reduced from......................5.75 t0.75 Reduoed fro........................7.50 to 66.50 Reduced from................. 5. to 67.75 B Reduced from......................69.5to 0.75 I Reduced from......................610.75 to 69.75 1 Reduced from....................12.75 to 611.71 Reduced from.....................15.00 to 613 75 ..dce.t........................16.50 to 614.3 Reduced from...................1.7 to 616.71 Reduced from .................25.00 to 622.50 R Reduced from....................8(500to 627.50 j (See edjesafag~ eolsma for yafete.) CWTrH AND LACR CAPER AT Reduced from......................63.50 to 61.96 R Reduced from......................5.00 to 62.75 I Reduced from.......................67.10 to 63.75 I FE.BROIDERY BAROAINS The aristocratic portion of the embrol ihis. The coarsa plebeian at low prices is the dainty beauties of this aristocratic embri iar are rare Indeed. 100C yard for S8t.. EmbrOuderIes in nel wide, worth 15c to lme. 15~C yard for th..e that look lihe the we worth 20c to 250. 25C rardfor Swiss Embroisdeethat wi 4 20 yard for 600 quality Embrogidery NIt children's drema. 50OC. f..I% and 90 a,.adfor,27.i. Ioc to 61.48 a yard. ITWe hope our regular patrons will pra know how to appreciate choice embroideri. of the season. 20c yardfor25.eIndian ILinen and42.,l sear. the embroideries. COI. 12TH ST. AWI P~A. AVE 4 LST ADTERTISE RENWANTS CON 1. THOUGH. OF COUSID. TE FIND SUC 313m NOMINAL PRICE. FIDAS OF 3EULAS STOCK AT EM PALAIS 0T ALS BARGAIN ROVs ZAa1rg5'IgLB. iskin or Ulerrits Mouequettres that weight. I901 astead et 62.50 fr. 10 that are a lile heavy; also theme far. rent style. making a nombiaine hateld from IL96 to 66. Chbesn red Vet. in light blue only. Re dren's Fat Mnk Hoew. Reduced are the only ioes r=memn=. at causes theme reduced pritee: 239 P Rome and Joekey Club Soap. 19 : for 7c cakes of Tar Soap. goods departmamnt, and epenialiy amings. Ribbons and Silke. 00E5 AT REDUCED P ONLY.) se. ive pairs for SL Umualy old at SL S. :bes marked 5U. Embroidered Handkerchieft ag. containing il yards, 2 Spreads, : of which is SL LT TE PAA ROYAL. Tow' Het of speoal p"am Inclades u. ppers. lie Wrappere, rrapper. edle Wrappe, e Wrappers. 9ers, load and Cheflie Wreppes. Thug inh mere expemsive ahbrims. ROYAr. INNA. AYE. FRAx AT REDUeD PaCE.. a hav read er halrd tha we moed r smaterials. The rSlt is the mae of 9 ahan move at fedased prmes during lay ateedg timethe mly uivals we, COTTOM UMRGAM.NT. ino Introduction. Two large newter Saturday with the 41 Gowne. Skirts we will emlUagty Icse a few ente em for mere than two of any me kind a with Embroidery rma. -* for oiery. Ad *350 f ari Style Underwear: lawns and cambrte. triam lea etabroldery and fairy-like rons of the Palais Royal'. arinefts bring fanoy prices at the few deced price: 390 for the 35c Cam with embroidery rue. 25o fo r the roidery ruffe. Ia mlame 1 tol y6 eas.. and 50e for the 73e Gowne, with e. ses frota 1 to 1D years. T EDS Parae8. rmants. We'redsn efere Of repuler in. You doubles know of the ali mkere le. Buch have bee. adver. mnere. The following reduced prinem E3rr. W~, fSilk. woe er lee. elaborately trimmed. educed from.....................3.50 to 09. silnoed from.........--..........64.98to *3.99 induced from-..-.-..................8.7.t 6. mdnced from...................0.0t 69 enduced from---.----------........6875 top07. educed fro...,...................47to .U induced frm....................13.5to e1LM SATINE. MADRAS AND GrINGRAM WAIST.. educed fro............................ m t ....d ro.....................g4 t ge educedfroi.........................75 to61.U .d... dfro...--------------......--ill to CLII GREATLYr RE~E Paro.. educed from........................10to USM educed from.........................12.50 to 7.C educed from....................2s.W to 61L7d 0r T. SEASO. dery family meldom meeta a fete like nly in keeing with his vulgarity. but sidery family at prime like the follow r and deicate design.. I to 4 lmchem rk of fairy Angmg.to 5 aeswide, I1 appeal to the cultivated taste. 3 to uina= 27 Imohem wide. designe far Flounoinge. Imperted to retail frem u$t by the above of'ering. Thoee who m will reoogniae In theme LA. beremunn. urd for 35o quality are lergaine as rae EM[ 703MiS@ @F @@08 Removal Sales V0 Shoes aver. or "a. winl lows mis h not perheming now. The bew sea show how they e AT 717 MArKET SPACE NMwS 50 O frftfmV 4& brasmes O Ouowi 1w 6& L All S&OD Colf Shoe forsS& 75& All 8& W @w* aao hn fwoa 6 AT 1U1 P ST. N. W.: One lot 65.00 Pateut Bale., now S2.. ..0 Rumal..f a... ow . Oxferdb. lPpm and IAMeW Uih S@brn below actual oto amanfectus. GEo. W. RICu. TUE WARR. 717 MAR--T 80E HOU.0 . SA. 1115FSTNW Promptly At 7 p. m Oux 17T BITDAY C.L.A.T.ON. And wth t as of Ta. M.T R -Am.L . 80 SA.E Ever held I& Washit,:en. Will Pm into hiefty. The chobes finm ea of the "17T= BTnDAY SOUvENI. psorleedwelfed I stll at year dimpoel. we hope. "NPOR YOUR SAKL that von Will not fa toSe FIDAY <TOm0zow, 7 P. M, Waan. 09MOOan & GQe/s RMARIAE SOE ROUSES. MS AND M T ST.. 1 M4 AND 11 P A. AV E. it hPA. AM 2 ff LAsBuRB & BRO. ANoTHER FaIDA. BARGoAs FO' YoU. I CO=E - IT.zIi COM OT. DU.IN. T.... 8Ax.E. I SUm BAGAINS, Tzmo-F.0 B.3= 1 CASE OF LIGHT BLUE AND "INE LEA DOT AND FIGURED PEwaLE REMNANTS. fd via&. a rs, nem". tm RM. to 1o. P YARD. i CAE OF FIGURED RENRIETTA CEOTH REMNANTS, t M a"d &m Panm. Mle O LY 1 5C. ER YAD. Werth e25. 40 BLACt GIORIA SUN UMRErASA at ba dIes, aemts ateot. Rdsm tm S1. to $1.23. I LOT Or WIDE EMBROIDERIES. In 4asmt widtha. jam demign. stedees kee U.4 emma 4. to 150. PR YARD. 5 CASES OF NINE GINGHAM EEMNANT.5in. vts.e, nafa in I8 to 100. PE YARD. Creams ea, navy Maue sa sma ether esers se. dessdite km75% to 25. PERYN).D SCAlES 01 PRIME QUALITY SCOTCH GINS. HAN REMNANTS, sett ifae, redused km l 30e C OF L GHT AND BL. RANTS. Reducad kms 2S to 12 U0 YARnD. REE55 21a btes m ~ e 123C.,E YARD.PLIAN STIED"BAC EOR"'NDIE RMNAT." wer"h respectively kme 12%g to 23,c.. to be emM at 6kC THESE WE SURELY MONE~ SAVERS. DOLLARS AND PEN. lIEl CAN BE SATED. TREI GOODS IABE NO MEIT ON AC COUNT OF CRIFPING OF1 THE OFTEN. BUT THE QUALITY NEVER. THRI RD FLOOR IS EASILY REACHED BY BROAD STAIRWAY OE EASY-OOING ELEVATOR. MAK OUR o 82"RN a DZUGILTFL'L EO PI5G PLAC. LANSSURW 420. EN 424. 426 7TH ST. -e THAT WE ARE SELLING TOSE5-. B1xE PURE. RICH. CREAMERY oupmptys peopely. Family 340-341-342 CENTER MARKET. isOC ~ ] O~o omepet o als Removal Sale Star Shoe Houe, 726 7th st NETER IN TrE NSTOET OF WAEUNTOM KA. A DETTEE OPORTUNIT MW rE. .ENTED TO SECURE 0000. ST'rnI. 00 WEAR PARTICr.Ur.. ADAPTA TO TEME SEA.ON. WE WANT TO WOTE RMO OUR NEW STORE WrrT AN ENT=E NE.W.TOC AMD WE INTEXD TO SELL ALL @00O ONO RAND. NO MATTER now GREAT OUR lii MAY BE. AT 3& A PAr. duosi Nurn ta sembo .n L ChM.-.o . .a EM U*Pr . = . . New M- seam"d ftn I~S& AT48c. A PAI I&.. EMOEw.N Ti. Om,... e. s.,. eMIM' So., Dane.. Emer h.i Gu. OW AT 73C. A PA Mi me a. ..em Emms east mgse. mr. Ser = a CedMU.8 Um4 G" soft edr Oxfords..t. ais Omsy , w 6L2 ladles Oxfor4M. ft ftsor kiak. emmilaut q=sW. worthStI V Rered to L. NJ~. a" CbdSos- Mea Dhugtab m AT 91. A PA AU I&OWs lime Doea EM boom ShOb r to ns mitdedonSLeUMo Dpecla buate a a% &' am or aggn g ft *I." a. os ew "n . AM se.. MO& AT 61.23 A PAm O -a-ti @ooaf .se d~s s.m. . r 1 OMwcgtA- 1...1.... TG . SSLI.. LeE She ,~ du 726 T.ST FMn's .M O". d" C.. *L* AT 41T48 A PA. speew W t men a"s' hif &am Iof omm= mew 5L4 Worthaddiorumgs Ladise Erns Gea M& 2wb lb wo low Oft AT 1.98 A PAn Al Parasolst es eRot 4w N hub Ww do. no. as=& to SLUR. TM STAR ... HOU..M U , 7287Tz &. McKNEWS Daily Letter Fewm rL C." Ce . .o. e M wso be as .o am M weo se . In 'M. e -% . -A to . . Chas" .s MoOr a omm.r . Us& b. Tetbu mm k i eso s md . *. de.hb es" ow ow h tme bof th0 yrwm e hw"WA Gd bo b at **m CL~ mEb me wem. t ro a ne ta a -sMM DwThb Ingoes etw Ice obMt.a..M AT 81.50 e - WOerinbonr. f" d D * ---aLd taf a We. ~So ter . h Vsd Cut tw eo. he AT 81.75 PAt tI. CI rnnoe mtiW. sotw@ aWe -M AT $2.50. AllParasols 2Redueed. WMt a viw of dambo e%&~s of biasda v. lore tMhod sON ieal . S BEl,.Rin ks a N. Ya. AT. NEA sodT. ~ 1920 N S~. 5To WiPierce&Co, 7191P cm~ REMNANT JUST HALF PISL REDm AMre o REMNA T8 II. ef seeml nl W.APirce &Co. BON MARCHE A..m T. Sz Wn.. .mb.. . v amam eO~ s A. st~l S2Mm m on 4 *~ 91nm AatT. ...r 49.E.. ubm aftI sme& ~ E 25.. 8.5.. W 14. W.,. f..... m .m aw- b.am "-me T.......14.. E.w. C---wm G.-- D.m. 1 a.. 4. Im w ... . mm .. ... ...% a a" a. Nbm ... tt 4..=... ft" 89. a mac Bou M... 4W... we .... u., =f.. m. am e8.. .....Q..I&e, ON f TO..... 5c E.... 8(..... R...... R . fn.."..."".. 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