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I' j?t , c->r. 11th. Mattress Factory. l?t and D.
Furniture Factory. 12th ami B Storwg* . 22.1 and M.
()ur new importations of Lace
Curtains are now <lue, and pending
their arrival we have looked through
the entire stock and made reductions
in prices that will make lively selling
in this department tor the next few
()ur curtain stock has always had
our most careful attention, and the
grades we handle are equal to the
best shown in this country. "Lace
Curtains from Moses"" has a mean
ing all its own to Washington
The reduced lines include from
two to fifteen pairs each pattern, and
will l>e placed on sale tomorrow
Nottingham Lice Curtain* $2.7."
Nottingham Licp Curtains 2
Nottingham Lace Curtains 3.5?? f-!_MJ
Nottingham La. ?? curtains 5.5o 2*5
Nottingham La?-e Curtains
Nottingham Lace ?'urtains.... 3.75 f; i;>
Nottingham Curtains 12.i?t>
Kflltta^bUi I.aco Cnrt;.!rs ,r?.t'0
Nottingham Lace Curtains 4.oo H"4!*
Nottingham Lace curtains 4.5o 3. no
Nottingham Lace Curtains 4 -5 2. *;>
Whit** Irish Point Curtains 4.oo 3-OW
Whit** Irish P?dnt Curtains 4.50 :? _???
White Irish Point Cu.tufns 5.oo
White Irish I'oint Curtains 0.<?o
Whit*- Irish Point Curtains 05O 5 .?J?
White Irish Point Curtains 7.?hi v?.25
Whlt?? Iri*h Point Curtains JM"> 6.|in
White Irish Point Curtains 8.5? 2._>
Whit* Irish Point Curtains 11.00 ???
White Irish Point Curtains P.5? ?
White Irish Point Curtains 14.oo 8.00
Whit** Irish Point Curtains 1j?.5o
White Irish Point Curtains 2n.no 13.oo
White Irish P*?int Curtains lS.??o 12.50
White Irish Point Curtains 16.no 11.no
White Irish Point Curtains 1H.?"? 11.On
Ivory Irish Point Curtains 7.?>0 4.i5
Ivory Irish Point Curtains 6.'?o 4.1*5
Ivory Irish Point Curtains 1?>.<*> <> 5o
Ivory Irish Point Curtains 25.no 14.oo
Ivory Irish Point Curtains 17.5o 11.5o
Ivory Irish Point Curtains 25.no 15.oo
Ivory Irish Point Curtains 16.no
Noveitie Lace Curtains 4.5n
Noveitie Lace Curtains
Novcltle Lace Curtains 3.75
Noveitie Lace Curtairs 7.5"
Noveitie Lace Curtair.s 5.oo 3.5o
Noveitie l^a?-*? Curtains 3o.0o 15.00
Nc.velti^ Lace Curtains 25.00 15.00
Noveitie IiSfe Curtains 17.00 *11*'
Noveitie Lare Curtains 12.50 7.5?
Phrygian Lace Curtains lo.oO 5.<M?
Phrygian Lace Curtains 17.5" 7.5o
Phrygian Lace Curtains 15 .no 6-50
Phrygian Ijice Curtains 17.5o 7.50
I*hrygian Lace Curtains 1N.75 &.oo
Embroidered Muslit: Curtains 2.50 1.75
Thahiidili ml Mttstta Gnrtain 2.60 l 25
Embroidered Muslin Curtains 1.75 0.75
Embroidered Muslin Curtains 3.75 l.oo
Embroidered Muslin Curtains 2.<*? o.5o
Embroidered Musl.n Curtains 1.4o 0.75
Embroidered Muslin Curtains 3.o0 O.Oo
Embroidered Muslin Curtains 2.0" n.5n
Embroidered Muslin Curtains 2.50 0.75
500 Ruffled Summer Pillows, in
sateens and silkolines, the new spring
col< >rings. at 30 cents and 40 cents.
?'FROM MOSES" ** means quality. It
; - -i" v ? ^ C 4^ ?? ## 4?
Dulin & Martin Co., ^
^ Late M. \V. Beveridsre. %
4 Anotheir Day j
? of Bargains,
J Again tomorrow?we w ill of
6 fer some very special values,
v Dinner Sets and "< >pen Stock" .
Ware have been reduced. And
C the reductions are fitting ones -
i, to bring a w eek of bargains to <
v a successful close.
^ II avila 1 Chii.a I>i'ii'?T Sets 113
L i?iws pink I.hie ?ud green bor- ^ y
drrs $30 redu. i d to U
i Linunres ^'hina IMnner S*-? 125 Q >Q
t pieces?rich blue dec -was ?4o. . *t ?
I?inn?>r Set 1??1 (>ieces?new sh:i|?e
and d?M-orjtion x.up tureen <- v*-r
and 2 B^itea defective 2 cope
missing- was $;t*? now vf
English Por. da in Idnner Set?113 CT-o
?leces reflated tnrm $20 ?
jj. English Porcelain 125 pieces Ci
t ftvMrn decoration- was $25
iX English P r. ? h in !<?<? pieces ?2 J
^ plates ?Wfactive?was $15 v/'jO Y
4 2 .\m?-rjVan Por**?laln Seta ? 112 <t-? z
^ pieces were *22.5" v-*o
Remnants of 2
< "Open Stock" Sets
2>? Pint P!T? IIEKS were lor "c.
3 i;UEAI? PLATES were 4?n-. . . . 15c.
37 OATMKAL I'.oWLS ...were 15*- 5o.
2?; ln?livi?iual MEAT MSIIKS. actual !n
measure. 11 -j in. Were 25c ivX.
j !<??? Individual MEAT I'ISIIKS. actual o, J.
2 ?was?u. 10 in Were 2"<
i 1*>> lndivWinal MEAT DISHES, actual - .
^ Ri'-asurt-. ?? in. Wore 15?? 0*
? 1.V? Individual V E IS ET \ RLE
^ T'lSl I US. n'tual measure. 6 in. .1^,
5? w?n *k- .i. z 33c. aoz. *
GREEN DEC( )RATIONS.
45 Individual V EG K TABLE
^ IHS1IF.S. artual measure. in. - ,
r Www l.H ? 1*
4 82 ImliTldoal VEGETABLE 4*
IdSllh>i a*-tual uieaaure, 5V*i in. A
\V?rt- ?:?? . ... 5C
Successors to M. \Y. Beveridge. *
Potterv. Porcelain, (jlass, &c.. :
1215 F St. a 1214 QS1 1
L 11 4
in riasr Goods.
8^ Itches 12.50- formerly 15.00.
Swltchen. $6.00?formerly $10.50.
Gray switches.$5.tK)?formerly $5.00.
liroy Switches $4.r.O?formerly $6.5<>.
First-class j ttendants in Halrdressing. Shampoo
etc. Hair n>.-iug and Bleaching a specialty.
Imperial Hah Regenerator for restoring gray hair.
Natural color, $1 25.
720 Seventh St. N.W.
j?27 acd ...
are. is Bsam's nnmber. If you've got
anything to *ell in the line of household
? t? .t?i- ? fixtures. send a postal to
that i'ldr*-?* ond ur repr^s^ntatlee will call.
W- 1,9J i ijen ?a?b prices always.
H'ore yocur furniture with us 75c. |-?r load
? rxixtttii. Fin**. m? ?ifru ins. rlanling.
C*'k fig and Shipping
- 912 Pa.Av.
appear at least
a size smaller
Xo longer necessary to cramp the ^
feet to secure a close fit. BURT'S =
NATURE SHAPE Shoes fit the feet ?|
so closely and snugly as to give the i|j|
appearance of at least a size smaller m
^ than you really wear, and yet they are ?||
as easv feeling and as continuously =|
|?1 comfortable as a soft slipper. In 110 m
= other shoe, unless, perhaps, you pay
|H $6 or $7. is it possible to obtain the m
lf? quality of materials and high-class fl?
= workmanship found in NatureShapes. m
? Spring styles for ladies and men are =
li= coming in every day. All models, j=
1 Burt's Shoe Shop, jj
H 1411 F St. m
Usua] 5c. and
11 c. package.
New Idea Patterns, l?c.
Mtumsey for Hare El, Sc.
With portrait of
Special Display of
We are in dully receipt of peons <>f the
very latest styles of Ladits' Man-tailored
U<istuin-.a and Silk Waists?among which
Cheviot. Covert and Venetian Cloth
Suits? made with fly-front reefer, lined
with silk or satin?skirts are lined with
superior perealine? lieund with velvet
made with saddle hack. Imtton hack and
t h r e e-piece circular
style Ex-client work
Black CMna Silk Waists.
Plaited back?corded and
hemstitched fr< nt ? very
latest style and $5 value?
Earlv Arrivals of Laundered
Spring Shirt Waists.
Hundreds of styles in Charobray, Per
cales. Madras, Piques. Lawns. etc, mud'*
with yoke waists square. pointed, round
or plainlv curved at ?9<*., 98c., SI.23,
$1.4.h J1.T9 and $2.25.
l'en ale Waists, in black, white and
colors assorted polka dots >1 /Th ^
plaids and stripes >tiff self
i.Uar and cuffs.
<"?f fine ldack eheviot -
button-trimmed buck CVI
Another style made in
the newest hell shape?of
line black cheviot
With panel fronts trirn
med with velvet ribbon ?
P.Iack CrrjKin Skirt?
sheath skirt CV>
$1.25 and *1.5?? Real Ki'l Gloves?4-but
ton?some with ibe ?*luze patent thumb -
there are blacks, whites, tans, grays,
l?r nrns, tms - and pearl
sh.ides. The liiifcSt CUjye8_juf
their bin 1. Tomorrow
Kvery jnir titTed to tiie hands and war
Muslin liowns?yoke of
t m i- > . ambric rutile on w? k and
<;.-k1 'Muslin 1 >raw<rs/mnbrt|ll;i
shape. trimmed with embroidery..
I>msr Petticoats, with
<V?rs.-t Covers?square neck -
triromul lace and ribbon ^^
<;?**1. substantial 4-liook Corsets - short
hip colors, pink, blue and white-made by
one of the best eorset concerns to sell at a
dollar, but in ?t>nsidevation <?f
their not bein*r stamp d " A: ?" AQr*
they v\ill ! e ^
Cyrano CShasinis, etc.
A rage for them at present?a special
lot of ."?*? worth 4-Se., 75c. and
us, - for
Will not harm your complexion if it has
been reader* d smoot h. tit and hard by the
use of that simple* remuly for complexion
bh l is! ? . ,\. l;i PPKKT'S l'A? '!?:
BLhACil. This preparation has won the
appreel iti.n of t i.ou-iHiid-t of it,dies win had
been a<ei;st.?:md io \ iew such sp -cities
with distrust. What it has done in these
casts It can alwi <!.. in jot.rs. s., ,1,, not
lies:: it<- in i.'1'.hw it a ,i? ... | be....
anthereat .r line. Kuppert's splendid
I"!-'1 'I ;? ic tin sale in ,an- r)'(j, ; j. ;;,
merit at . .it prices. The eijt thnnirhort is
about in projio, ti ?n to that on Pace Bleaeii".
II<r pri' e, .>2.<n> per bottle. Ours is .*1.
Sample hottbs Par- Bleach
Mm.. I!U|.|, ris <'..!ii"|,i;.'x>,V,;
Mm. . :a,.,-rf s J'"pi |il!:;n I l-.a'lm!
Mine. K(lp|iert s Linuid Itoil-e
i? "PP*?! t > Pa. e Powder. .
biippert*s P.iee Knnu.. ] '
Kuppi i t's fJray Hair K. st.,ra
t iv? .
ItyThese are *11 cut prices -eo'nshh
lower than her New York pri< es.
Gold-plated Safety or Beauty
Pins, m.i'l - in ?.n'- piece
Have a reputation to be proud of. You've
never tasted bet:er candy at 40c*. 11 (Qir*
than is ours at lb "
25c. Is the price usually asked for
the mixture of Chocolates, Caramels, Bon
B?>n-. Buttercups. Jellies. Nonpa
riels. Tangerines, etc.. etc. Our
price tomorrow?lb >^o
Stuffed I>;ites. filled with wal- t] ^ _
nuts. Pecans, Brazil Nuts, etc. lb.
Salted Peanuts, in half-pound
X Hosiery Bargains.
Y Children's Ii??s<?fast black, double knee,
Y heel and toe only 2f? dozen left. <=?^
Y Worth 12^e. Sizes 3 to 7. For-pair &
<? Ladies' Solid Rrcwn and Fancy Striped
?? Hose^ fast colors. I'sually 25c. T] A ~
f 4 Ladies' Silk and Lisle Thread Hose?
Y bla? k l?oots. colore<l tops. "5^(Tr
J Were 50c. and 6lH\ For ?U>a>^o
Just a few dozen Men's Fast Black Hose
y - lisle finish. Always 12*2<\ For
4^ pair ?
We are introdueimr ..
new line of excellent
Handkt rchief Kxtracts
?Oeraidy. Paris nine
different o<b?rs -superior
to any meuinm-prbvil
extract in d- lica -y. as
well as in lasting ?juali
tica? a 25e. extract, but
as an introductory of
\\o<;dworth's T'erfurres 7(.
\ iolets of Sicily Hxrra-t ;\;j,
White House Violet Kxtract *"??
Ja va Ulce Face I(f?\v?ler .7.
l?igot s Hive i*? \%der, violet and rose,
Woodbury's Facial Soap '.
Brown's Tar Sojip. best mad -.
15c. Tooth Briislo s
25c. Complexion Brushes
2 ozs. for
We vc moved the Uililmn Mi'iiarlmi-nt in
Hi'? r 1 - simt-inus ?inartfTh wen- i-uiupflled to
l>y tlit- ImreashiK laisinoss in this )in...
Special values for tomorrow:
All-silk itibboug. in solid colors and
fancy checks?the new shirred kind? 3*4
inehes wide suitable for neckwear, hat or
dreys trinuriihg. Worth 25c. and 11^^,
25>e. ya/d II VCo
50 kinds of Fancy Taffeta Ribbons?all
silk, of course 4 inches Wide-an almost
endless line of colors. Worth Hi)c. (Tt)<-?
a yard. For?yard
EJF \\a tie all Bows free of charge.
The 25c*. Tuxedo Veiling:, dotted or plain, ?
in black, white or colors, tomor- \\Asy'
The 35c. Chiffon Veiling, black.
white, navy and brown, tomorrow ^*=3n
314=3116=3118 Seventh St.
'#*?????????? ?? ? * ?
No vyll-rrfiilxtM household should lw without a
l?.tll.- of AMJwSn It.V BllTKUS. the world-rt
iK unil appetiwr and lnvi?>rat?r. Heware <if eouri
terfelts. Ask for the ceiiuiie- article, tnanufac
ture*l hy l>r. J. G. It. Slegert i Sous.
Ilrrrrra of Divorce Slnne?l._
Justice McComas, In Equity Court No. 2.
has signed a decree granting Mary \V.
Davis a divorce from John Davis. Mrs.
Davis alleges djsertlon, non-support and
infidelity on the j>art of the defendant, set
ting forth that after he left her he ir.ar
riett anoihei woman.
A deciee has also b;en signed by Justice
McComas grinting Fred^ri -k Vollmar a
divorce front Lillian Lorraine Vollmer. In
lidelity was the principal reason alleged by
Mr. Vollmer for asking a legal separation
from his wife.
The Walineca Coililnf;.
The naval tug Wahneta has left Xorfolk
fut Washiuston, D.C.
Marriage licenses have been issued to the
Whfte?C. C. Leavens and J. S. Hallett;
James C. Hooe of this city and Edith Ding
ley of Lewiston. Me.; Reuben A. Sorrell
of Sparta, Va., and Aliie Garnett of Caro
line county. Va.
Colored?James H. Stewart and Frances
E. Wilkerson; Richard E. Butler and Re
becca Gardner; John Singleton and Nannie
Brown; Webster Middleton and Bessie
Inilinim at C ity Hall.
A delegation of Chippewa Indians visited
the city hall this afternoon and were re
ceived by Chief Justice Bingham of the
Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
In chambers. The Indians wished to mike
oath to certain claims against the govern
ment. and the law provides that acknowl
edgments of that character shall be made
before a judge of a United Slates court,
NO TIME WtLL BE LOST
Freparing foT tbfc Neij Department of Jus
Attorney General Griggs Expresses
His Appreciation of tlie Work
of f Th? Star.
Attorney General Griggs will soon take
the preliminary steps to the erection of the
new building for the. Department of Jus
tice. He is desirous that as much progress
as possible shall be made, so that the em
ployes and officials of the department may
get out of th-e present building.
The first step will be the removal of the
Court of Claims, so that the books and
other heavy material in the library on the
fourth floor can be removed to the quarters
now occupied by the Court of Claims,
thereby lessening the danger of an accident
in the building.
The bill provides $25,000 for rent and the
expenses of moving the court. It is under
stood that the members of the court prefer
the old Coreoran Art Gallery building, and
will attempt to rent that until the new
building is constructed.
It will be of interest to note that the
bill does not put any portion of the work
of the new building in the hands of the
architect's office of the Treasury Depart
ment. The whole matter is directly in the
hands of the Attorney General, who will
take general supervision of the work, and
endeavor to put the building up as he would
one of his own. The Attorney General will
probably confer with Mr. Taylor, the super
vising architect of the treasury, at the be
ginning of the work, and will later on se
lect ten or twelve of the most prominent
architects in the country and invite them
to submit plans and specifications. Under
the law the Attorney General is authorized
to pay whatever he sees fit to the archi
tect whose plans are selected, and to also
pay to the designers of the second and
third best plans suitable sums for their
work. The Attorney General proposes to
select only the most distinguished archi
tects in the country, satisfied that they will
be glad to take part in the work, and that
ho will thus secure plans for a magnificent
The Attorney General will probably let
the contract for the erection of the build
ing to regular contractors. He will fix a
time limit for the completion of the build
ing and will ho'd the contractors strictly
responsible for finishing the work within
the period named.
"I want to express my appreciation of
the work of The Star in aiding to secure
the new building." safe th** Attorney Gen
oral today. He expressed the belief that if
The Star had not shown the condition of
the present building so fully Congress
would not have given immediate attention
to the matter.
Report <111 the Bill to Adjnst Its
The House committee on public buildings
and grounds, to whom was referred the
bill (S. 41t>l) to readjust the boundary of
the National Zoological Park and preserve
its seclusion, has made a favorable report
thereon, as follows:
"There are a few small pieces of land
lying between tli? park and adjacent high
ways which should be acquired, in order
to prevent unsightly structures overlooking
the park, and also to secure a proper
boundary. On the southern boundary of
the park, and lying between the park and
Cincinnati street, is an abandoned ceme
tery. owned by people who can neither use
the same for cemetery purposes nor can
they sell without authority of Congress.
"The b'ill originated with Prof. S. P.
Langley. secretary of the Smithsonian In
stitution, in whose charge the Zoological
Park is. The acquiring of these parcels of
land was suggested in. the beginning by Mr.
Olmstead. the landscape engineer employed
in connection with the District highways."
The bill limits the cost to $25,000, one
half payable from the District revenues.
GKTTYSBI RG RAILWAY.
:iil\ Perm it t in cr the Line to Enter tlie
The Senate today passed House bill 9428,
to authorize the Washington and Gettys
burg Railway Company of Maryland to ex
tend its line of road into the District of
Columbia. The route of this road in the
"Beginning at the boundary line of the
District of Columbia at the intersection of
said boundary line with 14th street north
east extended, as shown on the proposed
plans cf street extensions; thence by dou
ble track south on said 14th street for a
distance of xr>o feet; thence in a westerly
direction to l<Jth street northeast extended,
as shown on :h?- plans of street extensions;
ihenct- south on 13th street the north
line of Hunker Hill road; thsnce along the
north side (if said road, and wholly outside
the limits thereof, to 12th street, Brook
land; thence south by single track on 12th
and Duncan streets lo Rhode Island ave
nue; thence in a southwesterly direction on
Rhode Island avenue to 10th street; thence
north on loth and Wallace streets to and
?across Bunker Hill road to the north side
thereof; thence along said road, and wholly
outside thereof, to 12th street, connecting
with the double tracks at that point."
Mr. Gorman called the bill up, and no
It was generally understood that the
Washington and Gettsburg railway bill
would have to be included in the omnibus
railway bill, which it was proposed to make
of all the pending street railway meas
ures, but it is now out of the way, leaving
only tlie Capital Traction, the Metropolitan
and the Capital railway bills to be con
sidered. An effort is being made today to
get the friends of these various measures
to consent to an agreement to let them all
pass, but up to noon the success of any
such arrangement appeared to be doubtful.
Tin* S!??-ridxiii at Gibraltar.
The troop transport Sheridan, which left
New York on the ll)th ultimo with the
12th Infantry and one battalion of the 17th
Infantry, destined for Manila, arrived at
Gibraltar this morning. I^ieut. Col. Smith
of the 12th Infantry, who is in command
of the expedition, reported to the War De
partment this morning from Gibraltar, the
death of Timothy Donahn, Company H,
12th Infantry, and the sickness of twenty
eight other soldier, only three of the cases,
however, being serious.
It Is said a>t the War Department that
there is no cause for apprehension on ac
count of the detention of the transport
Sheridan in quarantine at Gibraltar. There
is nothing more serious than measles
aboard the boat, and this is of a mild type
that readily yields to treatment. The quar
antine imposed is nulling like the Ameri
can quarantine In severity, but is simply
the imposition of certain precautions
against communicating the disease to the
British garrison at Gibraltar. The trans
port Grant, which preceded the Sheridan,
and also the Sherman, were detained at
Gibraltar for precisely the same reason, or
rather the officers and men were prevented
from comniifnlcrttitg'With the shore freely
No Site fori Hahnemann Statue.
In the House this afternoon Mr. Dalzell
called up. under suspension of the rules, a
bill authorizing4the ideation in the District
of a statue of Hahnemann, and appropri
ating $1,000 for a pedestal.
Mr. Bailey and Mr. Dockery opposed the
bllK_ Mr. Bailey's ground was that statues
in Washington should be confined to memo
rials of men who had been distinguished in
the tmilitary or rlvil branches of the na
tional government. Mr. Handy of Dela
ware said Dr. Hahnemann wTA5 a KuitrVTio
lived and performed his work In the king
dom of Saxony. Until we had provided for
all our own heroes we should not go
TITS House refused to pass the bill, the
vote being 71* nays to l>2 ay us.
Gen. Van Rey pen's Trip.
Surgeon General Van Reypen will leave
here this afternoon /or San Francisco to
superintend the introduction of watnr and
sewerage systems in the new naval hos
pital ?it Mare Island, Cal. He will be ac
companied by Mrs. Van Reypen and ex
pet la to be gone about three week*.
"The dependabSe store,'*
Seventh and K Streets.
Greatest shoe values
500 pairs ladles'$3 shoes, $1.60.
The shoe department will eclipse every previous effort at value
giving: tomorrow, when it puts on sale a bip quantity of finest grade
shoes at almost half price. We have gone through the stock, and
where we found lines broken or sizes missing we brought them out
to put in this big lot, which numbers in all 500 pairs. They arc the
best and highest grades of ladies' footwear ever shown by any store
?finest hand-sewed sort?in styles that follow fashion closely.
You have the choice of patent leather drcp.? shoes with kid and fancy voting ton?. ?nd kan
garoo shoes with waterproof sole*, vie! khl shoes ou the new English last with tlj* of same
and patent leather, tan vlcl or chrome kid lace shoes, ami also a lot <4 the finest Oxford ties
made. They are In all widths, hut sizes are slightly broken. Every jmlr in warranted. Many
of them are light weight and admirably suited for spring wear. Not a pair lu the lot sold uudcr
$3?and you are offered the choice for only $1.60 a pair.
Masses' $2 shoes, $1.25.
A big lot of iniFRP*' Hnp shoos. 200 pairs In nil?miide 011 opera, round or broad toos v.lfh
extension soles. In tlie new sprint style*-In both lare- and button-In h11 hIka-wbl. h are the
regular *2 value?will go for *1.25 a pair.
$2.50 shoes, $1.17.
The great sale of ladles' regular ?2 and ?2.S0 shoes at fl.I7 will |K. continued tomorrow
and If you haven t been lucky enough to take advantage of it you'll have one more n.?K>rt'in?tr
You are offered the choice of this lot of ladies fine footwear. In ail the latent strl.-s ,ni ,^n
teed in every respect -which sold at $2 and $1!.50-for only $1.17 a pair. The saving ia'sifm'cleSt
to bring every wise woman here tomorrow.
Big sav5ogs So hotuseholld articies.
You will be given an opportunity to make handsome savings
tomorrow 011 household things?dimes will do double duty. Hun
dreds of housewives are coming to understand that this basement
department of ours quotes lowest prices 011 household furnishings?
and it is adding to its long list of friends daily.
One nickel-plated gas torch, one box of
l?est wax tapers and one dozen boxes
of safety matches, will go all for.... J*-*
5c. l?oxe6 of hardwood toothpicks
will go at 2 for
10c. towel racks, made of solid
oak, and nickel tipped, at
5c. surprise egg beaters for only..
5c. asbestos stove mats go. 2 for.
waste pa??er baskets will go
10c. nickel-plated pie servers will
15c. nickel-plated crumb tray and
10c. wire knife and fork baskets
}1 and $8 spring Jackets, $4=98,
We start the season well, with a special offering that should
bring everv woman to the cloak department tomorrow?where she
will soon see how well we are stocked with spring garments.
Tomorrow we offer the choice of new spring jackets of navy and black cheviot M-rires. mid
Venetian cloths, which arc lined throughout with black or colored taffeta silk, and also black
clay diagonal jackets, lined with satin which you'll see in other stores at $0 and $7 -for only
$5 taffeta waists, $3,98,
Fine quality taffeta silk waists that we guarantee you cannoi duplicate under $5 else
where we offer tomorrow at The l"t consists of Hue quality black tatf ta Waists, and
all the new spring colorings in taffeta silk besides. They nre corded down back, and entire
fronts are bias corded. All have silk collars, and all are well lined. There are all sizes.
Choice for $3.y?.
New spring sknrt specials.
Special prices will be quoted on the new spring skirts tomorrow to give you an inkling of
how moderately priced these stylish garments really are. You will do well to take advantage
of them?for it may not be possible to put prices down so low again all season.
Fine black taffeta silk skirts, handsomely
All-wool black serpe skirts, lined with
good iiercaline and well bound?perfect fit
ting and really worth $3.50?will go
as a siwcial at
Black silk-finished mohair skirts, have
beautiful luster?which are worth
$4, will go for
Another let of these fine silk erepon
skirts, in beautiful tufted patterns, very
handsome styles, which are positively worth
$D and $10, and we offer them yg
The new spring suits.
We'll guarantee to save you fully 25 per cent on ladies' suits this
spring?the difference between our prices and what others have
marked. And we can promise you that no store in this city can
show any better assortment of styles?any greater variety?and more
desirable styles. A hint of the savings:
$ II suits, $6.98. $16 suits, $10.98.
suits, of all-wool cov
crts, In tan, brown,
royal and cadet, and
cheviots, serges, in navy
blue and black; jackets
are either silk or satin
lined ? in tight-fitting or
reefer effects -anil skirts
ore cut with slight Hare.
Others ask $10 ? our
price is $6.98.
A lot of fine Venetian
suits, in royal, cadet, re
seda, castor and black,
with tight-fitting jack
ets. which are taffeta
silk lined?and als<> black
and navy cheviot serge
suits, with satin lapel
jackets?all skirts are
cut and made to suit the
most particular taste.
Others ask $16 ? our
$22 suits, SIS.
A lot of tine broad
cloths, in dark tan.
royal, navy and black,
with swell cut silk-lined
jackets. with satin
lapel*, and a Ism fine Im
ported suits, with short
tight-fitting jack- ts. with
tub rotv? of pearl but
tons. Colors iu Vene
tians are reseda, brown,
royal and black. Skirts
have the new button
trimmings. Others ask
$22?our price. $15.
trimmed with chenille and braid?the most
ultra-fashionable garments of the <> o
season?actually worth $15, for...
Handsome black taffeta silk skirts, beau
tifully trimmed uUU vu&cb, and have drop
skirts of fine blue or cerise taffeta silk,
with accordion-pleated bottom?the richest
and most stylUh garments that
ever came to light?worth $25?go s c\
That we ask less for lwys* clothing than
others is fairly illustrate*! In tin' little list
of siMM-ial prb-es Itelow. Mutln-ni nhotiid
bring the boy tomorrow to take advantnge
lftO dogen boys* shirt waists. In *lxe? 3 To
IU. made of Merrimae prints, in m Mpb-ndid
variety of attractive (tatten*. m?1<| 1 ,
regularly at 25c.. for l-T-.C.
Boys' laundered pereale shirt*, with 2
sejmrate <<ollar?. *l*e? 12 to 14. suit )(V
as are sold for 50*., will go at S
Hoys* all-nito] cheviot knee pants. In blue
and mixed plaids, in all (Uses from 3 to 1<?
stronirlv rcinforced 50c. grade go
Hoys' fine all-woo! bla>*k and blue and
pin id cheviot suits, in a great variety of
nobby effort*., and also fau \ a ms'oIs of
the swclleat sort - which are worth C > V
$5 and $4?go for v?
Hoy*' fine all-wool cheviot suits, in nearly
all sIxck up t.< 15 years- the small slses
from 3 to S. being in tie vcstle style?every
garment In full of style and smart o.
elegance-worth $3 and $3.5iV for. V1*1^
W< odwnrtb's extracts, in all odors, in
cluding the bottle. for # cents an notice.
Tetlow's gossamer face powder. In
white and flesh for 14c.
<*reen Soul petroleam Jelly for 31 ??ents
French distilled hav rum. large else, for
Leather goods and jewelry.
A lot of the latent style leather shopping
bags-which were Intended to sell ?t
80r.-we offer for
Seal leather p*?ckct book* In silver or gilt
mountings, in black nnd nil fashion- -rc
able colors?worth SOc. -will go for.,
Indies' leather Isdts. In seal prtent leath
er. the very newest hamesa buckle
?worth 3b<- aud 50*-.?for D*-'
Nethersole bracelets worth 60c.? ~.v,
Beauty shirt waist pins?go for...
hat pins-won h 10c.
Shirt waist sets. In black, silver
and gilt?worth 25c. for IOC.
Ladies' ril.l>ed ve?t?. low ne.k ?nd no
sleeves, tajsnl neck and arms- -worth
15c. each will K>, at 3 for 25c. -ea. h ^
Children's jersey ribbed vests, high neck
and loug or short aleeves. nicely fin
ished. medium weight worth -ioc.? it
3 specials in hosiery.
Children's fast black riMed cotton hose,
with dout4e kne?'. heel and t'?e, .-1
full regular made; worth 110c.; for..
I^adies' lisle thread hoae. In russet stid
black, plain or ribbed?worth SVc. it
will gsi for ^0^*
Men's silk-strl|?ed lisle thread half hose,
full regular made aud seamless? sys*
worth 4ye. for *
$H gloves, 50c.
A ?>ne-day glove special that will itartle
all feminine Washington with its magni
tude. We Khali pla**e 00 sale tomorrow
a!w.ut t'ssi pairs of ladies' flue kid gloves,
tti 2-< lasp, 5 h?Hik and 1-button styles, and
in all the most desirable shades-which are
sold regulurly at a dollar a pair, and offer
the choice at exactly half price? 50 cents a
2 great ribtsam values.
5-inch extra heavy double-faced satin rib
bon. with heavy cord edge. In all tie* new
shades, including turquoise, cerise, corn,
blue, parme, etc.. which sells usu
ally at 45c., for
750 pieces of heavy silk taffeta rihlauis,
in all the newest shad ?*. 4 inches
wide, which is the regular 25c. aort, jrir
$1.25 gloves, 77c.
Another special opportunity that should
attract the attention of every woman. A
lot <-f 35o pairs t<f extra fine quality French
aid gloves, iu black, pearl, white, new blue,
ox-blood, tan and new brown, both plain
and s?df-stitched, which are worth SI 2.". a
pair, will be offered y? u at 77 cents a pair.
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Pensioe Checks Cashed Free of Charge. No ?Migatioirs to Buy.
OUR SHOE SALE
Being Constantly Poshed Ahead
Our Shoe business?large as it is?is steadily growing larger
?even in the face of constantly increasing competition. This can
not be otherwise. We sell RELIABLE SHOES OXLV?and the
very best to be found anywhere in the world for the price. Buying
in quantities that no other local dealer could possibly think of
using?we can UNDERBUY and consequently UNDERSELL
any other house in Washington.
Many of our new Spring Shoes are already on sale, and they are wonders, both for beautv
and price-worthiness. Compare them with what others are selling for the same price and you'll
readily see why our sales are daily increasing.
3 Busy Stores.
FoSEowirag are some off our mmaoy
SpecIaS Attractions ffor Tomorrow:
Infants' Satin Quilted
Pretty Little Bootees,?
IMnk. Blue, White or Cardinal.
Itegular 75c. Shoes.
Misses* and Boys' New
Spring Style Tan and Black
School aud I>ress Shoes.
Best you ever laiught
for $1 or even $1.25.
Ktngaro) and Box Calf
Solid I>ouble-sole Laced
for (Jlrls and Beys.
Begular $1.50 kinds.
20 -new styles Nobby
and Thoroughly Well-made
s>ress and School Shoes
for Boys or (IIris.
$2 worth >f wear.
Misses.* and Boys' $2.50
Hand-made Tau if" saw
Willow Calf and Black
Kid or Calf Heavy Shoes.
600 pairs Fine Vici
Kid l^aced and Button
Boots, made to sell
for $2.50, will go
PafTs $4 Hand
sewed Box Calf
Laced atul Ilutton Boots,?
nearly all sizes,?
at our 7th st. Store
Our new "OLD GLORY"
Famous Hand-made Bcots
for Women.- Made of Best
American Materials, by
Skillet! American Workmen.
Several hundred more
pairs of those FLne $3
Hand-sewed Kid und
Box Calf Walking Boots.
6 New Spring Styles
Heyl's Famous Vatent
Equals of tny $5 Shoes.
D xible-eole Sarin Calf
Laced and <ialte?s. in
4 new Spring Shajw-s.
Willow Calf Splendidly
Made Lac<d Shoes.
Begular $2.5o qualities.
Strictly Hand-s?-wed Wilt
Genuine Cordovan and
Double-sole Tan and Bla< k
Kid and Calf $3 Sh<es.
All Our Famou.. $3.50
and $4 DoitbU?-*?ds, Drill
and Leather-lined Tan
and Black Sh<>es.
3 of the Nobbled Tan
ar.d French Enamel Shoes
that were ever sold at
$7.?but our segular
WMo HA1H1N & CO.'!
3 Reliable Shos Houses,
COB. 7TH AND K ST3.
1&14-IfilC PA. AVE.
2G3 PA. AYE. S.E.