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JOHNSTON'S,
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STRAWBERRY PRESERVES, LB.. 5c.
CURRANT JELLY. LB.. .V.
C11KRKY PRKSERVE-S, LI:. 5c.
DAMSON PRESERVES. LI! . 5c
TAMCO. I.00SE, LB 5c
LARGE WHOLE M'TMK'IS, 6 FOR 5c
chun STARCH. PACKAGE. 5c.
BAULKY. PER LB.. 5c.
PKKI.FS. IN BOTTLKS 5c.
LARUE PINT BOTTLES BLUE, 5c.
BALL BLUE, IN BOXHS. EACH. 5c
LARGE CAN TOMATOES. KIltST QUALITY. 5c.
CAN.NET> CORN. PER CAN. 5c.
CANNED PEAS. PER CAN. 5c.
STRING LEANS. PER CAN. 5c.
LIMA HEWS. PEl! CAN. fc.
PICNIC .size BAKED BEANS. 5c.
HUNTER'S MUSTARD DRESSING (LARGE). 5c.
WATER LILY SOAP 11.ARGE SIZE), 5c.
pint BOTTLES CATSUP. 5c.
1 LB. PAILS COTTOSUET. EACH. 5c.
CELERY SALT, BOTTLE. 5c.
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AL VRASTER STARCH. PACKAGE,
R<w>T BEER. PER BOTTLE, 5c.
PRIDE OF EGVIT. 5c.
ED WIN* LOOTII. 5c.
MIRABELIA. 5c.
WILL-0*-T:IE-WLSP, 5c.
SCOTCH SNI FF. PER BOX. 5c.
FASHION t INK CL'T. PACKAGE. 5c.
PEPSIN CUT PLUG. 5c.
GLOBE FINE CUT. 5c.
GREEN BA? 'K SMOKING. 5c.
1M KHAM SMOKING, 5c.
OI K WORLD. 5c.
AMMONIA. LARGE BOTTLES.
QUINCE PRESERVES. Lit., 5c.
RASPBERRY PRESERVES. LB..
I'EAt*H PRESERVES. LB., 5c.
APPLE BI TTER. LB., 5<\
RAISINS. CALIFORNIA, 5c.
NEW DATES. 5c.
TURKISH PRUNES. 5c.
CANNED SUCCOTASH, CAN. 5c.
5c.
5c.
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LABRADOR HERRING. DOZEN, 10c.
POI ND TANS BEEF. 10c.
N. Y. CREA M I US' .'l"IT, 10c.
LEMON ? AKES. 10c.
MILK LUNCH BISCUIT. 10c.
MIXED NUTS. BEST. 10c.
CAL. EVAP. PEACHES. 10c.
CAL. EVAP. PEAItS. 10c.
CAL. EVAP. APPLES. 10c.
NEW PR UN ELLS, 10--.
LABOR SILVER PRUNES, 10c.
CAL. EVAP. APRICOTS. 10c.
CAL. EVAP. TANGERINES. 10c.
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COTTAGE HAM. ALL LEAN. POUND. 10c.
CHICORY. LB.. 10c.
BEST CREAM CHEESE, LB.. 10c.
LANTERN JARS SIRUP. PINTS. 10c.
LANTERN" JARS MUSTARD. 10c.
LARGE BOTTLES CATSUP. 10c.
HOME-MADE EGG NOODLES (SMALL). 10c.
GENERAL ARTHUR (LARGE), 10c.
OLD DOMINION" (LARGE), 10c.
BOB WHITE. 10c.
GRAVKLY S BEST. 10c.
BREAKFAST BACON. LB.. 10c.
BEST IMPORTED SULTANA RAISINS. 10c.
J V^/ LI u U L
BONELESS CODFISH. 4r.
RISING SUN* STOVE POLISH. 4c.
ENAME1JNE STOVE POIJSII, 4c.
IRON'S!! INE STOVE PulJSII, 4c.
SM.VLL OIL SARDINES. CAN, 4c.
LA ROE LUMP STARCH. 4c.
STAR SOAP. CAKE. 4?-.
BORAX soap. CAKE. 4c.
BROWN SOAP. LONG BARS. 4c.
SoAPINE. PACKAGE. 1c.
PEARl.INE, PACKAGE 4c.
ENGLISH PEARL SOAP. 4c. *
BROOK'S CRYSTAL SOAP. 4c.
STAR CONDENSED MILK. CAN, 7c.
FAT MACKEREL. PER LB., 7c.
\ R. PER GALLON. 7c.
S LARGE BLACKING. 7c.
MUSTARD SARDINES. 7c.
CI RED SHOULDERS. LB., 7c.
VCK, FOR SEASONING, 7c.
RN SHOULDER. 7c.
( ?. NDY. PER POUND. 7c.
(ELEPHANT II HAD) STARCn, 7c.
ELGIN
LARGE
VINEG.'
BIX BY
LARGE
SUGAR
FAT B
WESTE
MIXED
IVORY
LADIES' ROYAL SHOE I*OLISII( 8c*
LARGE ENAMELLNE. v.
RED SEAL LYE. CAN. Sc.
MENDKLSON'S POWDERED LYE, 8c.
WHOLE CLOVES. V4 U?.. 8c.
GROUND CLOVES. 14 LB., 8c.
GROUND ALLSPICE. % LB., Sc.
SALTPETER. V? LB., Sc.
CREAM TARTAR. Vi LB.. 8c.
CELERY SEED, 'i LB.. He.
GROUND GINGER. '4 LB.. 8c.
CARAWAY SEED, t; LB., He.
WHOLE AIJ.SP1CE. LB., 8C.
GROUND PEPFE1K. >'* LB.. Sc.
YELLOW MUSTARD SEED. % LB., Sc.
GRt ?UN1> MUSTARD, LB.. 8c.
GROUND CINNAMON. V* LB., 8c.
GROUND MACE. H LB.. 8c.
WHoLE MACE. % LB.. 8c.
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IMPORTED SARDINES. SMALL, KEY. 12c.
STEAK SALMON. LARGE FLAT CANS, 12c.
FLAT CANS ROILED MACKEREL. 12?-.
BALTIMORE SUGAR-CURED LUUiS, LB., 12c.
BACON" STRII'S. 12c.
SOCIETY W AFERS, 12c.
VANILLA CAKES, 12c.
SUGAR J I'M BLES, 12c.
honey jumbles. 12c.
MIXED RIFLE NUTS, 12c.
SALTINE WAFERS. 12c.
FRUIT CRACKERS (SULTANAS), PER LB., 12c.
GRAHAM WAFERS, PER POUND. 12c.
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GUNPOWDER TEA. PER POUND. 20c.
JOHNSTON BREAKFAST COFFEE. 20c.
SIRUP. PER GALLON, 20c.
MOLASSES, PER GALLON, 20c.
2-pound cans beef. 20c.
LARGE CANS SOUSED MACKEREL, 20c.
COLBURVS SALAD DRESSING, 20c.
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ARBUCKIJC COFFEE. 22c.
OLIVE OIL (IMPORTED!, 22r.
LEA A PER KIN" S W< >R< "ESTERS H IRE SAUCE. 22c.
CANNED TOMATO SOUP (LARGE CAN), 22c.
CANNED CHICKEN SOUP ?LARGE CAN). 22c.
COL1 MBIA SOUPS CHICKEN, JULIENNE, TO
MATO, CONSOMME. MULL1GATAWNEY (LARGE
CANS). 22c.
COFFEE ESSENCE. PER BOX, 2c.
LA ROE SIZE RAGS SALT, 2c.
SOAP POWDER, 2V.
FAT SMOKED BLOATERS, EACH 2c.
HOMINY GRITS. 2c.
COARSE HOMINY. 2c.
MUCILAGE. PER BOTTLE, 2c.
OUR SETTER. 2c.
GILT EDGE SOAP (."#?. SIZE), EACH, 2^c.
SMALL DURHAM MUSTARD (BOXES), 3c.
SMALL GLASSES MUSTARD, 3c.
SATURDAY NIGHT. 3c.
BIX BY SMALL BLACKING, 3c.
BABBITT'S SOAP. 4'.*\
RAISINS. SEEDLESS. 5r.
MACARONI, PER PACKAGE, ?c.
POTTED TONGUE, SMALL, 6c.
POTTED HAM. SMALL, 6c.
Loose lard, lb., 6c.
ANIMAL CRACKERS, 0c.
NIC-NACS, PER POUND. 6c.
RAISINS. IMPORTED. ?c.
RAISINS. SULTANAS. Oc.
BABY BRAND CONDENSED MILK, CAN, 9c.
SALMON. TALL CANS. :>??.
LARGE FRENCH PRUNES, Or.
PETTUOH VS I '.REAKFAST FOOD, 9c.
AMERICAN GELATINE. 1H.
RU.MFORD'S 6-OZ. YEAST POWDER. 9c.
JOHNSTON'S 6-OZ. YEAST POWDER. 9c.
MARYLAND PEACHES. PER CAN. 9c.
LA ROE 3-LR. CAN BAKED BEANS, 9c.
Canned oysters, per can. 9c.
El.I PETTUOll.VS F<m?I> il'KG.i, 9c.
MOTHER'S BAKED BEANS, PER CAN, 9c.
COX S GELATINE. 13?\
CRITERION BRAND GAL. CAN D APRICOTS, 13c.
QUEEN AND ANDERSON JAMS (per cau>, 13c.
CAL1UORN1A APRICOTS. 13c.
CALIFORNIA PLUMS. 13c.
WHITE WINE VINEGAR, 13?\
EVAPORATED CREAM. CAN. 14r.
BEST Bl"I'TERINE. LB.. 14? .
J B. BAKING POWDER. 1 LB. TINS, 14c.
BL1 E HEN MATCHES. DOZEN, 14c.
GROUND COFFEE. PER POI ND, 15c.
WEBB'S COCOA, PER TIN. I'm-.
EAGLE BRAND CONDENSED MILK, 15c.
SMoKEP HERRING. BOX. 15c.
IMPORTED SARDINES. LARGE, WITH KEY,
15..
1 32 P.P.I.. ROYAL FAMIUT, 15c.
PRETZEI JfTTES. 15c.
SIRLOIN STEAK. I.m-.
P.I>1* FRESH EGGS. DOZEN, 15c.
california PEARS. LV.
CALIFORNIA PEACHES, 15c.
BON AMI. 4c.
GINGER SNAPS. PER POUND. 4c.
SODA CRACKERS. PER POUND, 4c.
CREAM CRACKERS. PER POUND, 4*
OYSTE.t CRACKERS, PER POUND, 4<X.
BREAD SODA. PER POUND, 4<\
BOTTLE JAMAICA GINGER, 4c.
RICE. LARGE GRAIN. LB.. 4c.
DRIED BEANS. LB.. 4c.
J. B BAKING POWDER. ?4-LB. TINS, 4c.
SMALL LEMON EXTRACTS. 4c.
SMALL VANILLA, 4t.
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DIAMOND STARCH (NEEDS NO BLUEL Ifl,
2-LB. PACKAGES BEST OATS. 7c.
SAGO. PER PACKAGE. 7c.
TAPIOCA. I'ER PACKAGE, 7c.
FARINA. 7c.
OLIVE OIL (SMALL). 7?\
MARYLAND PIE PEACHES, 7c.
EARLY JUNE PEAS. 7r.
STICK CANDY (ALL FLAVORS). LB., 7c.
P
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GROUND CAY*ENNE PEPPER, U LB., 8c.
WHOLE PEPPER. U LB.. Sc.
VEILMICEIJ.I. PER PACKAGE. 8c.
FRUIT PUDDINE (.\LL FLAVORS). 8c.
HIRSH'S SAUCE. 8c.
OLIVES. IN GLASS JARS, 8c.
J. B. BAKING I'OWDER. VLB. TINS. 8c.
CTjEVEI^AND 10c. SIZE. 8<-.
LARGE LEMON EXTRACTS, 8c.
LARGE VANILLA. 8c.
CANDLES, No. ?. PER SET. 8c.
QUART BOTTLES CATSUP. 8c.
NEW FIGS. PER LB.. Sc.
LARGE BOTTLES JAMAICA GINGER, 8c^
YiNTM BROS.. Sc.
GENERAL ARTHUR. 8c.
GOOD STEAK. 8 ami 10c.
HEMP CLOTHES LINES (100 FT.). 8c.
SAI'OLIO. LARGE, Sc.
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VANn.LA WAFERS. PER POUND. 12c.
EGG BISCUITS. PER POUND, 12c.
WINTER GREEN CANDY. 12c.
CANNED (> >RN BEEF, SLICED. 12c.
RIB ROAST. 12c.
ROUND STEAK. 12c.
SACK CORN MEAL (SQUIRREL BRAND), 12c.
PLYMOUTH ROCK (BOTH COLORS). 12c.
OLIVE OIL (LARGE), 12c. ?
COOKING BUTTER. 12c. ,
CAMPBELI/S BEEFSTEAK CATSUP(pt.alzc),12c.
CALIFORNIA PITTED EVAP. PLUMS, LB., 12c.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER. V. LB., 20c.
CLEVELAND BAKING POWDER, U POUND, 20c.
royal salad dressing, but., 20c.
CAMPBELI/S BEEFSTEAK CATSUPiqt.size),20c.
I-OUND PKGS. DUNHAM COCOANXT, 20c.
CHOICE RIO, 20c.
DI UK EE'S SAI.AD DRESSING, BOTTLE, 22c.
BESTT EI/ilN" BUTTER. LB., 2T?c.
DUNBAR'S BARATARIA SHRIMPS (large), 25c.
POTATO CHIPS. PER I*OUND. 25c.
JAVA FLAVORED COFFEE, 25c.
NEW ORLEANS BAKING MOLASSES. 25c.
MUSTARD. PER GALLON". 25c
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HOME-MADE EGG NOODLES (large), 15c.
LOBSTER. TALL CANS, 16c.
WILBUR'S CHOCOLATE, cake, 17c.
3 STRING BROOMS, l*c.
PORTERHOUSE STEAK, 18c.
WILBUR'S COCOA, PER TIN. 10c.
1 LB. CANS FAIRBANK S CHIPPED BEEF, 23c.
.".-STRING RRooMS, 2?c.
GOLDEN DRIP SIRUP. 2.V.
3-LB. PAILS COTTOLENE, 27c.
3-I.B. PAILS I.Al!
1 10 BBL. ROYAI
EICHARDSCH9 &
(LARGE).
RICHARDSON* &
(LARGE). 30c.
28c.
FAMILY', 30.-.
ROBINS' l*OTTED
TURKEY
ROBINS' POTTED CHICKEN
HOLLAND JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEE, 30c.
JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEE. 30c.
FINE GUNPOWDER TEA, 35c.
SI RING LEAF TEA, 35c.
FINE OOLONG TEA, 35c.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE. 35*
REST MOCHA -COFFEE. 35c.
ROYAL FAMILY iT.OUR. BBL.. $4.50.
1-4 BBL. ROYAL FAMILY', $1.15.
1-S BBL. ROYAL FAMILY. 6o<-.
LILY BEST PATENT FLOUR. BBL.. $5.25.
1-4 BBL. LILY BEST PATENT FLOUR. $1.40.
1-8 BBL. LILY BEST PATENT FLOUR, 70c.
1-10 BBL. LILY REST PATENT FLOUR, 40c.
ELE(TRIC LIGHT BEST FAMILY FLOUR,
BBI... $4.75.
1-4 BBL. DO.. $1.20.
1-8 BBL. 1M>.. 05c.
1-10 BBL. DO., 35c.
1-32 BBL. Do . IS--.
HORSESHOE CHEWING TOBACCO. LB.. 50c.
STAR chewing TOBACCO. LB.. 50c.
BOSS CHEWING TOBACCO. 3-PLY, LIL, 55c.
BAY STEAMER CHEWING TOBACCO. LB.. 55c.
GRAVELY 3-PLY ( HEWING TOBACCO. 60c.
NOSEGAY TWIST ( HEWING TOBACCO, 35c.
P. II. IIA INS* BEST CHEWING TOBACCO, 40c.
BRONCHO CHEWING TOBACCO. 35c.
5 LB. pails arm m ius vegetables, 40c.
5-LB. PAII-S SILVER LEAF LARD, 48c.
FANCY MIXED TEA. 50<\
CHOICE OOLONG TEA. 00c.
CHOICE GUNPOWDER TEA, 00c.
EXTRA CHOICE OOLONG TEA. WV.
EXTRA CHOICE GUNI-OWDER TEA. 80c.
G-LR. PAILS PRESERVES (PAIL), 35c.
royal raking powder, i lb.. 4>h-.
CLEVELAND BAKING POWDER, 1 LB., 40c.
5-LR. PAILS CRESCENT LARD. 48c.
ARMOUR S EXTRA'T BEEF. JAR. 33c.
5-I.R. PAILS COTTOLENE, 44c.
5-LB. l'AILS LARD, 4Sc.
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The Johnston Company.
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Tel. 826.
[LTTo Indnce early SHOPPING,
FROM 7:30 A.M. TO 12 KOO!f
TOMORROW ONLY,
Free with Shoe purchases, a
bottle of our Best 10c. Black
or Tan Dressing.
Children's
!SHOE=DAY,
Our Special June
Sale of Children's
iow=cut and sum=
mer=weigfit high
Footwear has pro=
ven a greater at=
traction than WE
even expected.
While we are
cleaned out of some
lines?we still have
probably as large a
variety as you will
find at any other ?
stores put together.
Following are a
few lines suitable
for next week's
school=closing exer=
cises?b u t come
early in the day iff
you can:
S White
OF NICE SOFT KID.
SPRING IIEEL OR HEELU28S.
Children's sizes 75c.
Misses' sizes.
Ladies' sizes.
.$1.00
.$1.25
A BEST WHITE CALF.
X WITH GROSS GRAIN SILK BOWS.
1 Children's ....$1.25
J l Misses- $1.50
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j.j.j t^CUlllIlVUKUiU^,
v WITH HANDSOME BOWS.
V Ladies' Spring Heel...$1.25 and $1.50
yi Misses' sizes $1.00 aud $1.25
!y Children's 75c. and $1.00
V
A
I; Tan or Black, i
l<? I-adlcs- Spring Heel.. .$1.25 and $1.50 X
?V Misses* sizes $1.00 and $1.25 'Ai
I Mi i 1.1 Tin ?) Hit Sil (kl)
?.<? fi-w nuu v ?
A Children's 75c. and $1.00
^Tamior^? ?
For Girls. f
Ladles' Spring Heel Patent Leath- V
tr Ties $1.00 ?!
BLACK OR TAN GLAZED KID TIES. |Y
ladles' sizes...$1.00 and $1.50 V
Misses' <.>e. and $1.25 Vj
Children's 75c. ami $1.00 V
Boys5 Low Slhioer |
PATENT LEATHER TIES OR PUMPS. *
All sizes, at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50.
SOtT YET STOUT BLACK OR TAX
GLAZED KID TIES, $1.25 and $1.50.
5s Tan
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RELIABLE QUALITIES ONLY.
Infants' as low as 50c.
Children's do 75c.
Misses' do $1.00
ladles' do $1.25
Youths' do $1.00
Boys' do $1.25
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RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES,
930 and 932 7th st.
1914 and 191G Pa. ave.
It 233 Pa. ave. s.e.
At
9 r-y
Under ordinary circurn*
stances tlhsse would be
nothing unusual. But as
it is we intend to increase
our Saturday's business to
such an extent that it will
exceed that off any other
day. There is only one way
to do it, and that is by off=
"pko!fbtlieis smi
20 dozen French Lawn Wrappers in as many
different designs. Extra wide and made in the
latest designs. Regular price, $2.00.
)<Ujvy/vjf/u U vary
1 lot assorted designs, made in the latest styles
and warranted to lit. Regular price, $4.00.
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This lot of skirts is an extraordinary value.
We make 'em all ourselves. Warranted to fit.
Godet back. Fine finish. Regular price, $4.98.
us, m
Something new In the shirt waist department.
These waists have extra large sleeves. Exquisite
colorings. Perfect lit. Regular price, $1.98.
ITS, 691!
This is the biggest thing of all. Extra "big"
sleeves. Duchess color. Besides we guarantee
them not to fade. Regular price, $1.50.
Some of the latest creations in Ladies' Hose.
Plain ribbed and Richelieu. All sizes and colors.
Regular price, 39c.
ITS, 73?.
All of R. & G. Corsets, in drab, white and black,
for all shapes. Regular price, $1.00.
At the
Palais Royal
By the
Always the largest stock,
mow twice the largest of
amy in Washington. The
new arrivals were bought
and will be sold at lowest
prices of the season.
Remember that prices are now quoted bore at
retail less than jwid at wholesale by the merchants
who bought earlier, Remember, too, that the de
sirable styles and shades are here at less prices
tbau prevailing for remnants.
2HC
For 50c RSbbomis. ?
The best Dresden and other favorite Novelty Rib- I
bons that you'll recognlxe as worth from 35c to |
50c yard. Choice for 21c.
Black Moire Silk Ribbons, 3!&-lnch width, worth
25c yawl, ami 4-in< h-wide. worth 30c yard. Also a |
l?t of Satin-tuck Black Velvet Ril?bous, worth 30c
yard. Choice for 19c.
7c
For n.fjc
All-silk Dresden and Satin Edge (J.(J. Silk Rib
Ikmis, in all the desirable and wanted shades.
Choice for 7c yard.
And ?
The Best Bargain!.
Best Quality Satin Face G. G. Silk Ribbons, in j
all the scarcest shades.
Width 1-in. 1 lb 2-in. 2Vi 3-in. 3*6
Price 5c Ik' 11c 13c 15c 19c
Worth 8c 12c 15c 19c 25c 30c
lT7"The {vatruns of the Palais Royal are respect
fully notified that these are the best and the last
bargains of the season in full lines uf desirable
Summer Ribbons. Both the domestic and foreign
manufacturers are now preparing for autumn a:?d
winter production, after disj?osing of their surplus
summer stocks, as indicated above.
Summer flMfllmiery
Companion bargains in
the lately acquired Leg=
horn Flats at 50c and 75c,
worth up to Sa.25, and the
new Sot of Flowers at 15c i
bunch, worth tip to 75c.
&yRegular patrons \&ro know of previous offer- I
ings liere are InfortiMHlMtlHtifleven better lKirgahis j
art' now a fact. Enou;;^
The New'"Sailors'5
For the best at least
prices thereTs but one e?=
CC7"Plenty of places w"here low prices are an ex
cuse for trash, and afe" mahy more where high
l?ri<-e? are asked for Imt for the best for the 1
least yon must come toithfs<; st. cowr.
$1.75 FOR THE BEST STRAW SAILORS,
THK Ij?>WEST ELSEWHERE PRICE FOR WHICH
IS $2.00.
$1.35 FOR THE BEST MILAN TRIMMED
SAILORS.THE PREVAILING PRICE FOR WHICH
IS $1.75.
75C FOR THE USUAL $1 QUALITY MILAN
SAILORS. AND ONLY 65C FOR THE RBGl'LAR
$1 SHORT BACK SAILORS.
KIT"A11 trimmed hats previously sold from $5 to
$7.50 are to be c.Tered tomorrow at $2.50 for
choice.
C3TImported jwittorn Hats, already murk<>d at
half fo-in?T prices, are to go tomorrow at 25 |>er
ceut discount. Of course, only a few hats remain
or we would not as good as give them away.
Special Sales.
SUNDAY DRESS REQUIREMENTS FOR MEN,
WOMEN AND CHILDREN, AT SPECIAL PRICES
TOMORROW.
Sfaos Dept.
$2.97 for choice of Ladies ? $4 Oxfonls. All the
Litest summer novejties in Russet aed Black Ox
fords. A variety that includes all the best styles
you'll liud in the leading shoe stores. $2.97 In
stead of $4 pair?for best Oxfords - none better
made.
Hose Dept.
25e pair for Fast Black Silk Dye Stockings, the
actual value of uhich is 50c. Note the double
toles, the heels spliced 7 inches up, the limb
sha{>e. And buy with gladness and ^confidence when
we tell you that the silk like appearance is re
tained after repeated washing.
The new Akcs In all the iatest dotted Swiss-J
and open-work embroidery effects. Special prices,
68c, 8')c, 98c, $1.19. $1.48 and up to $3.98. Values j
are from 85e to $4.50.
E722c instead of 25c tomorrow for Cblffou Veil
ing In white, black and navy.
u
25c Handkerchiefs for 12%c is not our loss. The
quantity secured will not last over tomorrow. To
protect late callers not more thau six to auy oue
purchaser. ?
25c for the 48c Bla< k and Garnet Silk Belts with 1
ten styles of silveroide buckles, guaranteed not to |
tarnish.
25c for the 35c Shirt Waist Sets of French blue |
enamel and silver. 31k* for the 48c pearl sets.
Each set comprises collar and front studs, link |
cuff buttons.
Waist Dept.
84c for the $1 White Lawn Waists with latest I
style full front, yoke back, crush collar, full sfceves, ]
turn-over cuffs. Si7.es 32 to 42.
75c, 98c and up to $1.75 for White Lawn Waists j
made sjieclally for stont ladies. Turn-over collar J
and otherwise made for <omfort.
69c for Indies' 85c una lite French Percale and j
Lawn Shirt Waists witlKlauvtlered collar and cuffs.
Sizes 32 to 42.
98c for the Chamhray, Madras and other Waists j
worth from $1.25 to $1.48. Ail styles, colors and j
sizes.
$1.65) to $3.68 for extreme Novelty "Dmrby"
Waists as sold in certain establishments from $2.60 |
to $4.98. *
$1.98 for the $2.29 Lawn Salts. The waist with
blouse front and extra large sleeves; the skirt extra
wide. All sizes. The Jinost attractive and best
fitting suits of the season. ""
4
89c for the usual $1 quality White Chamois Mous
quetaire Gloves, and 50c for the usual 75c Kaj-ser
Silk Gloves. A new pair if they wear in holes at
the finger tips.
's
75c for $1 quality White Lawn Fauntleroy Waists, I
sizes 4 to 12 years. Others at 50c and up to $4.98.
's
75c for half dozen pairs 19c quality Socks. Choice
of fast black and colors.
$2 for three suits of 50c quality Summer IJalbrig
gan Underwear. Choice of ribbed and plain, white
and fancy colors.
69c for choice of a combination lot of $1 Madras
and Percale Shirts. All styles and sizes 14 to 17
in the combination.
A. LISNER.
G and Eleventh streets
SHOES.
)We'H Give You
Tomorrow. A few broken lota have
accumulated?and we're willing to
sacrifice a big part of the prices In
order to clear them out. Drop in and
chance finding your size. If It
shouldn't happen to be here you'll
not go away disappointed, for there
are lots of good values in our regular
stock. Shoes just a little better in
quality for a little lower price than
usual.
(Ladles' Oxfords,
Black and Tan Oxfords, brok
o IS en lots?goods tliat sold for $2
and $2.50?for $1.35.
(Soede Oxfords,
Br 4cen lot . in Black, Tan
F3/TK and Gray Suede Oxfords. Goods ,
that sold for $3.50 and $4-for
$2.50.
.Laird's Shoes,
V $3-5<>
I
Irtlnt, Sclwbcr 4 0o. ? Shoes
_ are the best sloes women wear
(Q/O ?made of the best materials?
on the lM*st of lasts. Oxfords,
I'rince Alberts and Juliets, in
tan and black?all the styles?
Sixths that bever fail to give
satisfaction.
's Shoes,
8oc.,
Child's Button and I^ace Shoes,
in lieth tan and black?a stock
superior to anything you'll find
1 here in town-80c., $1.25 and
1.50.
^LgO.*'-50
^Children's Oxfords,
(.) $i.oo,
Black jwmI Tan Oxfords, and
9 Patent Leather and Kid Strap I
a Slippers?lots of styles?in neat.
Petty little shoes of more than f
worth?$1.00, $1.25,
$1,50, ~
$
6
v Edimionston,
6
Popular Shoe Siore,
^334 f St
AOpen till 0 p.m. Sa
{ ?
Tbone 1(153.
Mertz's Modern Pharmacy,
not fa <& F Sts.
S=p=e=c=i=a=l=s
For Saturday Omfly
YOU could always buy anything you
needed in the Drug or Toilet line
here at from 25 to 40 per cent
lower than elsewhere. Tomorrow
we shall give you an opportunity to buy
even lower than ever before. These
prices hold good for tomorrow only.
Better shop in the morning and avoid
the rush.
Special Saturday
Prices For Jledicines.
Image's Sarsaparilla 59c.
(For the blood.)
Hood's Sarsaparilla Glc.
Cjuipho-Naphtha, fur moth'* 22c.
(Better tlum camphor and moth
balls.)
25c. Wild Cherry Beverage 17c.
(Delicious and healthy summer
drink.) ?
Bot I le Boot Beer Kxt raet 15c.
(Makes 5 gallons Boot Beer.?
Dead Sure, destroys all insect life.. 10c.
Wine of Califaya and Irtm 59c.
(Just the tonic for summer.)
Ferrand's Wine of Coca (Sic.
(A good nerve tonic.)
Special Saturday
Prices For Toilet Articles.
Old-fashioned Lavender Bags l?c.
50c. Queen Ann Cologne, 43c.
50c. l^avender Salts 22c.
$1 Imported Viol-t Water '?Jc.
25c. Boscs and Myrrh 19c.
25c. Keunedy's Foot Powder 10c.
(For tender feet. I
3 f oxes Talcum Powder for 25c.
Rinfret's Cerate, for Freckles and
Moth Patches, a box 40c.,
Fine Ex-tracts, all odors, o?. 2:?e.
(4 ok. for $1.)
Florida Water 29c.
Queen Ann Tooth Powder, extra
large 17c.
25?-. Mertz's Curling Fluid >..18c.
(Keeps tl.e hair in <url for a week!)
Pure Almond Meal 11c.
(3 for St*\)
Julie's French Toilet Powder 23c.
(All shades.)
Kau de Quinine, large size 57c.
Cooper's Snau.poo Powder 17c.
(Nothing lietter.)
Cooper's llair Success * 30c.
(This will cure dnndruiT and prevent
the hair from falling.)
Babuteau's White Violet Extract.. .$1.13
(A revelation in Violet Perfumes.)
150 1 >ottles Garwood's Violet Wa
ter
? 17c.
Special S<
Prices For Soap.
A lot of Bouquet Simp, 3 cakes iu
a box. Was 25c. Now 19c.
Castile Soap. jn*r bar 24c.
Imported Violet Soap, 3 cakes in a.
box, special for Saturday only....26c.
Lot of Transparent Glycerine Soap,
long bars. <? in a box, special
price for Saturday 42c.
Get our price catalogue before you go
to the country and order by it.
mekt;
Modern Pharmacy,
nntlhi <& F Sts.
*>
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"The Eddy
?*
?are the acme of excellence. They
are built on s< ientific principles.
The C4HJ) DRY-AIR CIRCCLA
TION and SLATE STONE SHELVES
are only TWO of their MANY
superior features?which are recog
nized by ALL who examine them.
C^"The Eddy" pays for itself in
a short time in amount of ice
saved?$5.85 up..
1
|6'The Arctic"
*flce Cream Freezers
fe ?will freeze cream iu 7 minutes?
Z They are second only to the "White
? Mountain," which freezes cream in
? 4 minutes.
? mr "The Arctic"?3-qt.. $1.50; 4
? qt., $1.75. "White Mountain,"
? $1.50 up?1 qt. to 50. Don't buy
? before seiing them. Those receipt
? books for making frozen delicacies
have arrived -free for the asking.
fM.W. Beveridge,
F St. and 02114 Q St.
i POTTERY, PORCELAIN, GLASS, ETC
T'S ONLY THE ACTUAL COST OF IN
surance that we ask you to pay?for
STORING FUItS here. All our com
partments are absolutely moth proof.
Best care taken of all garments In
trusted to us.
{L?"HALF TRICE during the summer
for repairing and altering.
S. Saks, oxly, 5227 Q St.
je!4-14eo
St. Thomas Bay Rum,
It's the finest imported. TALCUM POWDER?
plain or perfbmed?only 10c. box. Best for ba
bies.
Evans' Drugstore, 938 F St.
Wholesale and RetalL Jel8-8d
V,..'
' f' _ J
We
tfalosr
Bon Harche,
3114=3116=318 7th.
=="Every=
we sell wall al=
? ?
ways be a little lower
m price here. than
elsewhere
99
aer tine store
rsor the stock . slfoaSll
ever fall short of tfiue
talk in tfiue papers.
We fully realize that
even our weakest
points must be as
strong as the others'
strongest. So far as
we know there is not
a vulnerable spot in
the store. Our selling
lower will probably
not cause any other
store to do a dollar's
less business. We
would be sorry to
feel that it would.
However, if you con=
sider pennies, nickels,
dimes and dollars
worth the saving,
shop with us. Here
is further evidence of
our under = selling
abilities:
More than 300 Sep=
arate Skirts, and
hardly three alike.
Let these two lots
speak for the stocks
Plain aiKl Figured Black Mohair Skirts
aiKi Navy IS hie and Black Storm Serge
Skirts, the aud $6.50 kind.
Tomorrow, $4.84 ea.
Navy Bine British Serge Separate Skirts,
$4.5u valne, ,
Tomorrow, $2.98.
Sale off Summer Suits.
Giving the Cloak
and Suit Department
the entire third floor
amazingly.
?79
We doubled the stock aud the big buying
enables almut two-tLirds the others' prices.
A few hints:
Fine Fancy Striped Duck
Suits, light and dark ground <
colors, oniy..? '
Fine White Close Woven
Twilled Duck Sul's. Ordinarily 1
bring $T?, only <
Stylish Tan imitation Covert
Cloth Wash Suits, $5 value,
only
Why pay $10 for Blank and
Nary Serge Suits we sell for..
?95
$n Shirt Waists, 74c.
Don't mind the
crowd. Take your
time and
prettiest.
200 dozen Fine Shirt Waists,
laundered collars and ruff?, extra
big sleeves, full front, yoke hark.
witli fullness underneath, new
shape edQar and raff. About a
hundred different figures. and
stripes and fancy effects and also ?
plain white. Others get $1 (or. j/t
them, only /4k*'*
11=5 Off Children's Reefers.
Tomorrow?Saturday, you m?y take one
fifth off the marked price of any Child's
Reefer in stock. Two big racks full of
styles.
'Leghorn" Flats.
In buying five rases these Fine Leghorn
Flats we can seli them for considerably =
less than the merchants pay at wholesale. H
Plain and Fancy Edge Leghorn Flats. H
48c. and 75c. qualities.
For 17c.
w,. ^dn??eE^TltlS*u- ?ri0"
For 39c.
Immense lot of Lace Straw Ed*e I
horn Flats, high, medium and low
crowns, small, medium and large sises.
Regular $1.50, $1.75 aud $2 qualities.
For 79c.
Big lot of Plain Superfine Leghorn
Flats, dozens of stylos and sizes. Regu
lar $1.75. $2 and $2.25 qualities.
For 97c.
Straw Hats
?all up to the $3
ones for 57c.
Fancy Untrimmed Straw Fata,
in a hundred or so different
shapes, colors and rombinatlons, ?
that sold at the Brat of the sea
son at 98c., $1.25, $1.48 andn
$2. Only B /C.
Flowers
?at a fraction with
which to trim the
above Hats.
A big table full of Beautiful Bunches
of Fowcrs?every kind and color im
aginable?bust ever sold at 39c., 48c.,
68c. and 75c.
Choice, 114c. Bunnell
Those Silk Waists
?at about half nat=
urallydrewa crowd.
The bulk of the pur
chase was split in
two lots:
Usual $4 and $5 WaiEts for... $2.98
Usual $5.50 to $7 Waists for.. ^3-39
's Neckwear?
-Tecks, in plain shades, stripes and fig
ures, 21c. instead of 25c.
Summer Gloves Lower!
We can save you 26c. a pair on Whits
Chamois Wash Gloves:
6-button-k ngih, 74c. instead .of $1.
25c. Pure Silk Mitts,* l?c.
50c. Pure Silk Gloves, black and colors,
29c.
Hen's Goods Lower!
Here's a chance to
prove to your hus
band how much the
better shopper you
are:
The Fast Black Hose, plain and drop
stitch, that he pays 25c. for we sell tomor
row at 19c., 3 pairs for 50c.
The'Handsome Laundered Percale N^r
lige Shirts, with 2 eollars and cuffs st
tacbed. for which be pays $1, we sell to
morrow at 71c.
The Neckties for which he pays 25c.?
Tecks, Four-fn-hands, Club Ties and Bows
?we will sell tomorrow at 19c.
The White Pepperell Jean Drawers, thor
oughly reinforced and stayed, for which
he pays 50c., we sell tomorrow for 44c.
The Balbrlgean and Gauze Undershirts
flong and short sleeves) for which lis pays
29 aud 35c. we sell tomorrow at 23c.
THE BON HARCHE,
? 314=306-308 7th St.
HIGHWAY EXTENSION
Glen wood Cemetery Applies for an
Injunction.
LAW'S CONSTITUTIONALITY QUESTIONED
Commissioners' Plans Would De
stroy the Cemetery.
INTERESTING POINTS
On behalf of the Glenwood cemetery, Mr.
Wm. F. Mattinglv today filed a bill in
equity against the District Commissioners,
praying that the Commissioners be en
joined from extending the streets of the
city, or any avenue or highway whatso
ever, through the cemetery. The bill raises
several interesting questions covering the
highway extension act.
It explains that the cemetery tract has
been exclusively used and appropriate for
the purposes of a cemetery, a large number
of the dead being buried therein?more
than 13,000.
The bill then goes on to state that section
4 of the cemetery charter of 1854 enacts
"that no streets, lanes, alleys, roads or
canals of any sort shall be opened through
the property of said corporation exclusively
used and appropriated for the purposes of
a cemetery." Other provisions of the acts
of Congress are cited to show that it was
Intended that the cemetery should be pro
tected in the possession and enjoyment of
said land for the purpose of a cemetery.
The Com mission era* Plana.
The bill then recites briefly the pro
visions of the act of Congress, approved
March 2, 18U3, entitled "An act to provide
a permanent system of highways in that
part of the District of Columbia lying out
side of cities." Under that act the bill
states that the Commissioners have pre
pared the section of the street extension
plana which embrace the territory in which
the cemetery lles.On the section so prepared,
but not yet finally adopted by the Com
missions s, the Commissioners divert and
extend Lincoln avenue through a portion
of the cemetery grounds, extend Albany
street through another portion of the
grounds, cutting off the present entrance
and gateway and extensive green houses
and destroying a large ornamental foun
tain. They extend Detroit street through
another portion of the grounds and extend
other streets through the northern portion
of the cemetery, dividing it up into blocks
wholly unadapted and impossible to use,
the bill says, for cemetery purposes. One
of such streets. It is claimed, destroys a
reservoir which supplies the cemetery' with
water, and another of the streets destroys
the dwelling house of the superintendent
of the cemetery.
The streets to be projected through said
cemetery grounds embrace, it is shown,
within their limits. 5.G42 grave sites, in
which about 4,000 bodies are buried. The
projection of the streets through the ceme
tery grounds, as shown on the plan, is, the
complainants aver, in gross violation of
their charter, reduces the property devoted
to cemetery purposes from about ninety (?))
acres to about twenty-five (25) acres, now
almost fully occupied with graves, and is
utterly without authority of law, and Is
null and void.
Would Ruin the Cemetery*
It Is contended that If the plan should
be permitted to go upon record as pro
vided Jn the act of March 2, 18U3, they
would be compelled to abandon the cem
etery, to cease to use any portion of its
land for cemetery purposes, as persons
would not purchase sites In a cemetery so
contracted. Incapable of extension and de?
prived of means from the sale of lots for
burial purposes to keep up and Improve
the cemetery, and they would thereby
suffer Irreparable' loss and damage.
They contend that the highway extension
act cannot be lawfully construed as an
amendment or alteration of the cemetery
charter, which. In express terms, prohibits
streets from being opened through its said
property.
It is further contended that nolle of the
streets projected through said cemetery
grounds is the prolongation or extension
of any corresponding street either In the
city or county of Washington, and that
the streets running east and west are con
fined to the small area between the public
reservoir and the cemetery property.
Constitutionality of the Act.
The contention Is also made that tlie high
way extension act. In respect to highways
laid down which do not lie In the limits of
any existing^ subdivision, as Is the case
with the cemetery property, deprives own
ers of such property of the right to ex
ercise the usual and ordinary acts of own
ership thereover, except the payment of
taxes, for an indefinite and uncertain period
of time, is practically a taking of private
property for public use without just com
pensation, and is unconstitutional, null
and void.
Lastly, it Is urged "that the clearly un
constitutional and Illegal provisions of
the said act (the general scheme and ob
ject of the act being for one purpose, name
ly. the extension of highways througn the
county in conformity with the general plan
of the city of Washington) are so closely
interwoven with what might be regarded
as the lawful provisions of said act as to
render the entire act unconstitutional^
illegal and void."

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