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'HAHN?SHOE?QUALITY" means "BEST", always. Friday=Shoe=ClearnI^lg,. Old Stock is unknown in our House. Every Fri day we clear out our broken sizes and slow sellers at prices which represent only a fraction of the value of the Shoes offered.?Tomorrow our Bargain Tables will again prove a veritable gold-mine to economical Shoe buyers.?Styles are up-to-date?qualities reliable?only the sizes are somewhat broken. Women's Department. At M pairs Sort Vlci Kl?l Laced and Button Boots, "The New Kngtand $2 Shoe." Widths C to KB, nil sizes 3 to 8. except 5's. (Me We Broken sizes of $2.60 and $3 Hand-sen ed Tan Laced Roots, small sixes only. ?> pairs $1.50 and $2.00 n Patent Leather. Black ami Tan Kid Oxford _ Tics. Sices 2 to 4 only. 18 piirs XI.50 Soft Kid One-strap Sandals, wood or leather heels. Sites 2 to 4. At 23 pairs $3.50 Hand welt Patent Kid and Calf, also Bnamel Fall weight Boots ? broken sizes, ranging from 2% to 6W. 19 pairs Hand-sewed Tnrn and Welt Sole Black Surpass Kid Laced and Button Boots?Sizes 2 to 7. AA to B width only. 23 pairs 92.50 Tan Fall - wel*ht Boots. Sizes 2 to 4, 6 and 7. 93 pairs $2.50 Hand welt Black Kid Fall weight Oxfords, kid and patent tips, nearly all slates. Children's Shoes. Children's 50c. White Tennis Oxfords. Sizes 6 to 2. Boys' White and Hlack Canvas Outing Shoes, with guaranteed rubber soles. Sizes 3 to 5Vfc. Tableful of $1 Tan and Black Kid Oxford Ties. Sizes 8 to 13. 75c. Child's Tan Kid Button and Laced Shoes. Sizes 2 to 6. B^s' $1 Vlci Kid- Spring-heel School Shoes. Sizes 9 to 13. IMx's $1.25 Tan Spring-heel Laced and Button. Sizes 4 to 8. 10 pain Boys' Tan Heeled Laced. Sizes 12 and 13. Misses' and Child's $1.00 Vlci Kid and Box Calf Laced and Button School Shoes. Sizes 8^ to 2. Men's Department. Men's $4 and $5 French Patent Oalf Cloth-top Gaiters, 0. C and D widths- sizes 5 to 10. $3.90 Tan Calf Gym nasium, Yachting and Knockabout Shoes?A to D widths?sizes 5 to 8. Men's $2 Black Hand-made House per*?sizes 5 to 7. Goat Slip 10 pairs $1.50 and $2 Tan and Black Borneo Slippers, with damaged ? elastics?sizes 5 and 6. 15 pairs $1.50 and $2 Canvas Shoes, with good leather soles?sizes 9 to 11, Cor. 7th and K Sts. 1914-1916 Pa. Ave. 233 Pa. Ave. S. E. ^~X"X"X~XK~X~X~XK~X~XK"XKK"XKK~X~X~X~:"X~X"X~X"X~:"X~X~> Established 1876. Our fall collection of Silks for dresses, waists and lining Is now complete. As the builder* will require the space occupl<?d by this department we offer as follows for quick clearance: Guaranteed Taffeta Silk, In colors new this season, will not break or split, all shades, also black. Rebuilding Sale Price 69c. Good Quality Bustle Taffeta, good value at QBc.t all color*, jruarn nteed pure silk. Re building Sale Price always Black Taffeta. rustle finish, full yard wide, guaranteed Q p $1.25 ralue and all silk. He- *?)/("* building Sale Price r>'a-J de Sole and 1'eau d? Levaut, 24 inches wide, worth $1.25 yard. all colors, also the e.enlng Q F3 nhades and black. Itebulldlng Sale Price WV# Dress Goods. 1 Bright, New Pretty Plaid Dress Goods for ?Child's Scltool Dresses and Ladles' Waist*. Friday and Saturday, Rebuilding Sale Price ? ** XT.*** es ana lJiuies 12&c. Golf Cloth, extra heavy wool twilled. In nary, black, also gray mix ' turt*. wo-th ?*c. yard. Frl- $ ?lay and Saturday, Rebuilding -4* VLU/T* Sale l'rice Black Henrietta, 44 inches wide, worth 75e. p4-r yard; silk luster finish; guaran teed all wool. Friday and -?j) Sat unlay. Rebuilding Sale New Satin Soliel, 4.r? Inch** wide dress goods; $1.25 value; in all the new fkll and winter colors. Friday and Saturday, Rebuilding Sale Price 75c. Umbrellas. A manufacturer's entire stock of Pearl and Fane/ Black and Colored-handled Fine Umbrellas came to us this week. They are covered with tin.; silk gloria, oil a guaran teed j>urag(?u frame?each umbrella worth front $2.00 df> <1 ^ a to $4.00 each. Rebuilding II Jr ^ Sale Price V " ??*** Rebuilding Sale. 3D EXPANSION IN 18 MONTHS. Domestics, Flannelette in new fail styles look like real French flannel, 12^c. quality. Sales Price, Fri day and Saturday styles iook line 5: 854c. 6c. quality Crash Ttiwellng. pure white, al-^i unbleached, with fast Wlnn-1 herder. extra heavy twill. Sales Prbe, Friday and Sn tui day J Q 3j4c, 7c. Outings, in all colors, new styles for fall and winter, nice wool SnUh. Salea l'rice, Friday and Saturday new style? ro 454C, (V. Shaker Flannel, nice warm wool fin ish. full pieces, as many T) / yards as wanted. Salea / *"\)/(\ f Price Friday and Saturday. Corsets. Mr. Paris Shape Net Corseta, well boned, sateen stripping, fancy netting ami trimmed with lace, all ? 4-v alses. Sa b'* Prica, Friday and Q Saturday * ? Medium Waist Fall Corset, made ?.f b--st Imported Dresden-Hrured aateen. Not more ?han 2 pairs for one purchase Sales priea, Friday and Sat unlay 29c. Hosiery. 25c. and 38c. Ladies' Lisle Black Stock ings. laco effect and fancy drop stitch; all sizes; some are slightly imperfect. Sales Price, Fri day and Saturday 17c. 15c. and 19c. ladles' Fancy Colored and Black Dropstitfb Stockings; ff / all sizes. Sales Price, Fri- Oil/-./"* day and Saturday / Child's Fine Black Rtblied Hose; quali ty No. 22t>: worth 18c. jiair; <1 ?* all siaes. Sales Price, Friday (I 11 (T* and Saturday ? ilv^? Linings. Remnants of Good Quality Linlne to Close the lot. Including Percallne, Sateen, Silesia. N'earsllk and Cam- ? " brlc; worth 5 to 25c. per yd. Hale# Price c. All-linen Canvas, worth 18c. per raid. Gray la the only color left. Sales Price, Friday and Saturday oc. per yard 7^c, Beat Quality Dressmakers' Cambric; 6c. quality; kid finish; all col- IT / ors and black. Sales Price, Friday and Saturday. 354c. Tlco Mercerized Nearellk; all colon ex cept black; worth 38c. This Is the best substitute for silk. 4 Sales Price, Friday and Sat- X J] f* - unlay il <Vo WW, Wife's Allrgallons Denied. William H. Barnes, through Attorneys James F. Scaggs and Henry K. Beck, today filed answer to the petition for divorce placed on record the 5th of last month by Edith May Barnes. The defendant denies the accusation of Infidelity and habitual drunkenness advanced by his wife. He stales that he has always been- desirous that his wife should return to him. and adds that he deplores her belief in certain "false rumors and gossip whlvh for two years has and now is depriving him of the complainant's sympathy and society, and of the affection and companionship ot their children." Released Prom Obaoyioaa Bonds. Justice Anderson of the Supreme Court ot the District of Columbia today signed a decree granting Ethel N. Anderson a di vorce from Thomas T>. W. Anderson, on the giound of cruelty and habitual drunken ness. It pays to read the want columns of The Star. Hundreds of situations are filled through them. NEGROES LYSCH NEGROES. Tkl*e Me*' Taken From Keatacky 'all u4 Hanged. CAIRO, 111., September 12.?A mob of ne groes last night broke into the jail at Wlckliffe, Ky., across the river from this city. and lynched three negroes, Frank Howard, Sam Reed and Ernest Harrison. They hanged the men to a cross beam in John McCauley's mill. The crime for which the men were hanged was the murder of an old and respected negro. Wash Thomas. Last Saturday night they waylaid Thomas on the railroad track, hit him with a club, killing him. and then robbed the dead body. The murderers confessed their crime be fore the mob. The murdered man was employed in a to tacJory- His slayers worked in a *.y*rd- Everything was quiet in Wick itnf h and the bodies of the men were still hanging at noon. F(>B ANTI-TREATING LEAGUE. Dr. Talaaagre and Archbishop Ireland Be Its Leaden. COLUMBUS, Ohld, September 12.?A movement is on foot to organlxe'a national antl-treating league, In which Rev. T. De wltt Talmage and Archbishop Ireland are leading figures. At the meeting of the Catholic Knights of Ohio, in state conven tion here, it was announced that a meet t y wiU ^ held at New York jranizjTtl^n ^rhtaikC Stepe 10 P?r*?ct an or affllSxions! lea*ue have no church ? ? ? QUET DAY AT PITTSBtRG. Absence of Disorder Which Prevailed Earlier in Week. PITTSBURG, September 12.?Quiet pre vailed at all points affected by the steel strike In this vicinity today. In marked con trast to the excitement and disorder of the past few days. At McKeesport a small crowd of strikers still guarded the en trances to the National tube works, but as the plant is practically tied up, no men applied for work, and the strikers' pickets had nothing to do. The Demmler tin plate works were in operation With about the same force as yesterday, and no attempt was made to interfere with the workmen, u M?nongahela tin plate plant in this mob of men, women and children ?i i surroiJnded the property and blocked the streets every day this week, was conspicuous for its absence. This state of affairs was due to an order issued by Inspector Bradley of the South Side po lice district, forbidding them to congre gate on the streets under penalty of arrest. The fires were burning in two furnaces, but the plant has not yet started up. Seven more men were taken into the Star tin plate mill this morning without moles tation. Several assaults have occurred at this plant recently, and trouble was feared, but the strikers made no effort to stop the meJ1 A-t Lindsay & McCirtcheons and Painters mills no strikers were seen, and the workmen passed to and fro as freely as before the strike. COLORED BAPTISTS' CONVENTION. Over 3,000 Delegate* In Attendance at Cincinnati. CINCINNATI, Ohio, September 12.?To day's session of the national Baptist (col ored,) convention was largely attended. Over 3,000 delegates, including 500 women, many more than had been expected, are now here attending *he daily meetings. The early morning song service was led by Prof. Rosborough in Zion Church, while overflow sessions were held in other churches. Addresses were made by Rev. S. C. Man nuel. New Albany, Ind.; Rev. B. Tyrrell. Lynchburg, Va.; Rev. W. T. Dixon, Brook lyn; Rev. George W. Lee. Washington. D. C.; Rev. B. A. Gaddle, Louisville; Rev. C. S. Morris, West Newton. Mass., and others. There was a general discussion of the re port of the foreign mission board before its adoption and adjournment at noon. L'NDER ONE HEAD. Clark Howell Sow Controls the At lanta Constitution. ?ATLANTA Ga., September 12.?'An nouncement was made today that Clark Howell has acquired a majority of the stock of the Atlanta Constitution, having purchased the full interest of Col. W. A. Hemphill in the company. Mr. Howell has been in the editorial con trol of the paper for ten years, succeeding Henry W. Grady as managing editor on the latter's death, and now becomes also president of the company. Mr. Roby Robinson, a well-known young Atlanta business man, has purchased the one-fourth interest in the paper owned by the Banigan estate, and he will succeed Col. Hemphill as business manager. Col. Hemphill has been connected with the Constitution for thirty years and re tires, as he says, for a well-earned rest. WRECK ON WEST SHORE R. R. Train Rnnnins Forty Miles aa Hoar is Derailed. SYRACUSE, N. Y., September 12.?The Chicago Limited Express, west-bound on the West Shore railroad, ran over an open switch at Eastwood, about .three miles east of this city, at 2:30 o'clock this morning and was wrecked. Many persons were in jured more or less severely, but although the train was going at a rate of forty miles an hour, nobody was killed. The engineer. David Pear sail of Syracuse, was badly cut and severely Injured Internally. All of the others were cut and bruised. Ambulances were sent from here to the scene and the Injured have been cared for. In three coaches were scores of Foresters from this city. Oswego and other near-by places, returning from Newburgh. Many of them were Injured. The conductor, Pat rick Nixon of this city, could give no ex planation of the disaster. He was slightly hurt. He could not say how many persons were ^ the wrecked car and could give no names of any of the wounded. ? Prominent Broker Dead. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., September 12. Charles H. Bioren, head of the banking and brokerage ho-use of Bioren & Co., died to day, after a long illness, at his home in Rivertoi^ N. J. Mr. Bioren has been a member of the Philadelphia stock exchange since 1865, and was wbII known In the financial world. He was born in Richmond, Va., in 1823, and is survived by a widow. Jewelry Worth f50,000 Stolen. LONDON, September 12.?Among the Jew elry stolen from the Marquis of Anglesey while he was at the theater Tuesday even ing was a great gold chain, set with cats eye stones, diamonds, sapphires and yel low stones, with a charm attached, having the shape of two snakes, valued at ?10,000. ? ? ? Injured In a Runaway. GLENWOOD SPRINGS. Col., September 12.?Mrs. Fewkes, wife of Dr. J. Walter Fewkes,- a physician of Washington. D. C., and Mrs. Mary Putnam of Davenport, Iowa, were painfully injured In a runaway on the mountain side near here, the for mer having her nose broken and her face cut, and the latter suffering from broken ribs. Fewkes Is in the city directory as being employed in the bureau of ethnology and residing at Forest Glen. Hospital mm m. Thank Ofetlag. SEATTLE, Wash.. September 12.?The chamber of commerce has adopted resolu tions favoring the plan of erecting a great hospital ?>mewhere in the central states as a thank offering of the nation for Pres ident McKiniey's recovery, and appointed a committee to communicate with other cities. Kin* Edward Pleased. LONDON. September 12. ? The United States ambassador, Mr. Choaie, has re ceived th? following dispatch from Fred ensborg, under today's datfe: "I am most grateful tor the President'* kind message and am rejoined to hear that his condition steadily improves. "JfDWARD B." I QOLDENBERQ'S GOLDENBERG'S GOLDENBERG'S GOLDENBERG'S:: Remnants at the Lowest of Low Prices, j ERE'S.^. mine of bargains in articles that everybody needs at the present time. Our Remnant Days save you lots of money? a does the work of two* or more. We print particulars plainly, in many cases giving just the quantity to be disposed Of oo Kfertinant Day. There's much below of interest to all with an eye to economy. Curtains, Rugs, Shades, Bedding, Etc. A lot of -remntnts of figured Realms. the lZUc. gr?i>. Id a vsrWty of pat- fC1!ln terns A, LOT OF BALL FRINGES, YARD.. 1 C. A lot of odd p?!r? of Lace Curtains left from onr "Housekeepers' Sale" this week. AQr Soiled from using as samples. Pair./ vvt SIIADES-A lot of odd Shades, slightly soiled. The regular SSe. shades- | 'Jf / r for ? 11 BKD COMFORTS, "old for $1 and 4er $1.26. Somewhat sofled. Remnant price ? "l/t 5 Wool Smyrna Rugs, the Bromley ?L*J *>R grade, 3?x72 Housefurnishings. JELLY TUMBLER8, . with tin fl fly - tops? MASON'S MACHIXK-MADK FRUIT JARS, with porcelain tojta -dozen In box, BQr with rings and wrench * PRESSED GLASS WATER TUM BLERS, each Ifcc. ONE' ICE CHEST; best make; AO worth $3.98. Closing price $8.49 EXTRA LARGE ICE CHEST; sold for $10.98; to close out Domestics. Cotton, Outing Cloth, Flannel ettes and Prints. Remnants of full yard-mide Unbleached Cot ton; 2 to 10-yard lengths; an unusu ally good quality for Friday's rem nant price Short lengths of Outing Cloth In a variety of patterns, stripes and checks; good heavy weight; 2 to 10-yard lengths, suitable for chil dren's dresses atid skirts; regular KJ/ r 10c. grade; for Friday..". 73 * Remnants of Fall Flannelettes, In many neat patterns, stripes and figures; lengths from 1 to 12 yards; in remnant*. Friday, a mc Remnants of Prints, in brown and navy. In a variety of patterns; sqttable lengths, from 2 to 10 yards; very useful for chil dren's dresses; fast colors; tomor row. a yard r: 3%c. Em broideries and Lace, t%c. yard. The sacrifice of remaining lots Is the reason for such price-cutting as this. A special lot of Fine Torchon Lace and Em broideries, some slightly mussed, in good widths ami remnants of 4 and 5-yard lengths, in a good assortment of patterns of the regular 8c. qual ity; remnant price, yard.... iTifl. ONE GRAND LOT OP"* WIDE EMBROIDER IES AND INSERTINGS in Cambric, Swiss and Nainsook, la good, desirable lengths; our regular 10c., 12%c. and 15c. rfcmuapts for tomorrow's remnant sale- and thU Is the greatest embroidery bargain of season, yard.. vV. 25c. Veils, 5c. A good assortment of Silk Veilings, in plain and dotted meshes In black, white and colors; regular 25c. sort for, a-rei} Be. Scarfs and Shams. 30c. Spaclitel Shams and Scarfs to match in a numerous variety of T^atterns?scarfs T>K,r? are 54 inches long. Your pick .1 Mill Ends of Fast Black Linings ? - ?Consisting of Molred. Percallnes. Perca Silks and Mercerised Percallnes -?*nd Striped Perca Silks, in lengths from 1 to 10 yards. Worth from 10 to 12%c. For Friday only...; OTfcc. Suits, Skirts, Jackets and Silk Waists. 2 LOTS OK WASH SKIRTS AT ONE-HALF COST?The first lot consists of 4 dozen Wash Skirts of Coverts. In all colors; Linen Crashes, with handsome band trimmings; Percales and Navy Blue Piques. These sold for $1 and $1.25. What a bargain for Remnant Day at 5 DOZEN WASH SKIRTS of Navy Blue Polka Dot Duck, with band-trimmed raffles; fine Coverts with corded flounces and Horno spuns; Crashes with strap trimmings. Sold for $2. $2.50 and $2.98. Remnant price................................. ' 24 SILK WAISTS of good quality Taffeta Silk; tucked front and back; some corded and hemstitched; all colors and sites, and a few Fine Black Jap. iMIk Waists among them. Value, $4?to go on Remnant $2.69 A lot of ladles' and Misses' Light-weight Fall Jackets, made of All-wool Covert Cloth and lined throughout with Romalne silk. The Misses' Jackcts are in all sixes; Ladles' Jackets only In sixes 36, 38 and 40. Coats Cf fiA that sold for $4 and $8, for 17 Ladies' Tailor-made Suits of best quality Cheviots and Venetians. In blue, brown, castor a ltd black. All are most stylishly made; all Jackets are silk lined and the skirts are flounce cut. Slsea 39 and 38 only. Sold Oft for $15, $18 and $20?to go for A lot of Dress Skirts and Walking Skirts. $2.98. The Dress Skirts are made of All-wool Venetians, in castor and gray, and Cheviots, in trine and black. They are percallne lined and velveteen bound. The Walking Skirts are made of Oxford Cloth and have 14 rows of stitching around the flounce (a small number of Misses Skirts in this lot). Choice of either ?T) Dress or Walking Skirts Jffi.yv Muslin Underwear Dept. 1 lot of 35 Corsets, short, medium and long. In white, drab and black; broken sizes of vari ous good makes; sold up to $1.50; a bargain If your size Is here, at * 1 lot of Mualln and Cambric Garments, con sisting of Fine Lace and Embroidery-trimmed Gowns. Lung and Short Skirts. ITmbrella Drsw ers, French Oorset Covers. Chemise and /^hll drvn's White Dresses. Slightly soiled from handling; sold up to $1.69. Remnant price 21 Fine Mercerized Sateen Petticoats, with deep accordion-pleated ruffles, rose oullllng on the bottom; colors of cerise, blue, lavender, royal and turquoise. Slightly faded from window display. Sold up to $2.98, ?S<-? for Friday yoc' 1 lot of Infanta' and Children's Garments, consisting of Long and Short White Cambric Dresses?yoke trimmed with embroidery; Short Colored Percale and Flannelette Dresses: Ixtng and Short Flannel and Cambric Skirts; Knit Sscques; Silk Caps and Booties; sold | (Q)r? for 39c. Friday's price Ladles' Gingham Aprons; large sizes, with fancy borders; long strings; sold for fig/ /> 15c. Tomorrow c'/5 2 dozen Children's Mall Hats, Caps and Sun Bonnets; soiled from handling; sola up Cn to 39c. For Friday's clearing sale ,. 1 lot of Ladies' Muslin Drawers, made with deep hem and tncks; others with lace Insert ing; also Corset Covers, trimmed with lacs and embroidery; a small lot; sold for fl (fjf? 29c. Fridsy Shoes for Women and Children. Boys' Solid Satin Calf Lace Shoe, sizes 2^ to 5V4, neat toe, and a shoe we know will give good wear. As a special for Friday and Sat rrday eve, regular $1.25 value ^ jj .05 Ladies' Oxfords, broken sites, kidskln and calfskin, patent and kid tip, from $1.50 and $2 to Misses' and Children's Oxfords and One-strap SU|>i>ers, spring heel, broken sizes. Regular $1 and $1.25 value Kf J Larger sizes of Misses' Tan Spring-heel Shoes, sizes 2Va to 6. Regular $1.25 and <H)r? $1.50 value. Reduced 'Ov? Misses' dark shade of Tan Shoes, spring heels, broad, full toe, heavy sole, sixes 12 to (rtiQr, 2. Regular $1.DO value, now VOV. Wrappers worth eac up to $1.50 - - - - The Finest Light Colored Percsles and Lawn Wrappers; balance of our stock. In broken sizes; all of them are made In the finest man ner; deep knee flounces, ruffles on the shoul ders, etc.; $1.25 snd $1.50 values; for 59c. White Lawn Waists, 49c. THESE ARE WORTH UP TO $1.50. Ws havs just 4 dozen White Wsists left; sises 32. 34 snd 36 only; some are handsomely trimmed with 6 and 8 rows of embroidery; also some BUck Dimity Waists In this lot; sold up to ,40c* COLORED LAWN WAISTS. 25c. A small lot of Just 2 dozen Colored Lawn Waists; sizes 32 and 84 only; sold at 75c.; 'Jt/. tomorrow ^vv. Boys' Suits At Remnant Day Prices. Boys' Suits?some of last year's styles snd that's why we mark them so ridiculously low. Just read on If you'd discover rich bargain nuggets. WINTER WEIGHT LONG PANTS 8UITS; sizes 15 to 19 yeais; fancy casslmere. worsted and cheviots, being the balance of last season's stock?rather than pot these with oar new fall ones we will sell them tomorrow 98 Originally sold up to $8.00 a suit. 3-plece Suits, the balance of last season's stock; sizes 12 to 16 years; winter weight, lwt broken assortment. The biggest bargain ever offered; sold up to $6.U0 suit. Frl- 93 A VERY SMALL LOT of Heavy-weight Double-breasted Suits, fancy patterns only, being the broken assortment and broken sizes of aU that were left over from last season and which sold up to $5.00 suit. While I] (fkQ they last tomorrow, for... J'a.yCJ Just 4 dozen pairs left?Boys' All-wool, Me dium-weight Knee Pants; sizes 3 and 4 years only; casslmere, cheviot and worsted; Instead of 50c., to go for, pair "Wvi 50c. quality of Boys' Jersey Sweaters; will fit boys np to 11 years of age; all com binatlon of colors. $1.00 quality Boys' Soft Hsts, in pearl gray, brown and black; not many in this lot, but the early comers will find their size; Ej<T])? A lot of odd SIZES In Boys' Laundered and Unlaundered Waists, In the best quality per cale: sold up to 69c.. and the best TJEy-. makes; to close out these odd pieces, 7 Boys' Bicycle Costs; sll wool; sixes 9, 10, 13. 14 and 15; suits sold for $5; being odd coats.. Four Items for Men. 5 dozen Men's BALBR1GGAN DRAWERS, blue and flesh color; small sizes; sold t] ?7r for 29c. Closing pries ? ? The well-known "FAULTI^ESS" Neellge Shirt, msde of imported madras; sold for $1.00 and $1.25; sizes 14. 16^, 17. 17* snd ilfl/, 18. Special ^VC. MEN'S 39c. WHITE UNLAUNDERED DRESS SHIRTS, full regular made, union linen bosom, reinforced, double front and back, patent stsys and gussets, cushion neck band; fullT>Bf? cut and perfect fitting; all sizes. Special MEN'S 8USPENDER8, made of good elastic, with cast-offs?15c. qasllty, for 6%c. Linen Remnants. Remnant lot of 20-Inch Glass Doilies, red and blue plaids; also plain centers, with colored borders. Regular price, 75c. dozen. Remnant price, each 12-doxen lot 18x3C-lnch Cotton Honeycomb Towels, all white with fringed ends; worth 8c. each. These are slightly soiled. Remnant price, each 130 remnants of Table Damask, In lengths from 1 to 4 yards; some of the Cream German sort; some of the fine Scotch and Irish Cloths and some of the Turkey Reds. In the lot ar? goods that sold from 30c. to $1.75 yard. All marked exceptionally low for Friday's rem nant selling. 434c. Black Dress Goods. 3S-lnch Black All-wool Storm Serges. 4<?-lnch All-wool Black Flannels. 40-1n?h Black All-wool Cashmeres. 40-lnch All-wool Black Buntings fS-lnch Black All-wool Imperial Serges. 4<> Inch AU wool Rlack Henriettas. 38-lnch Silk Flgnres Perolas. 38-Inch Blsck All-wool Albatross. 38-lnch All-wool Black Batiste. ALL IN USEFUL LENGTHS ?SOLD FROM THE 1 UP TO ROc. YARD NANT PRICE OTHS is 29c, Notions. riany Kindsof Dress Goods. 39c. Dress Goods, 19c. 1 This lot for Friday Includes 36-Inch Wool ' Cashmeres. 36-ln-h Sntin-stripe Novelties, 38 ' Inch Two-tone effeets. All wool Tricots. Wool ? Albatross la light shades. Shepherd's Checks. ' 36-lnch Plaids. RtMnch Camel's ( Hair Plaids. 36-lnch Plaid-hsck ? /v 1 Skirting. Remnant pries for choice II < ?? yard U ^V? , n 88c. DRESS GOODS. 35c.-This lot cmslsts < ? of some choice mstertals for Ladles' and (Till- ? ? dren's wear, as follows: SK-lnrh All-wool Hen riettas. .-W-lneh All-wool Albatross. 38-inch All wool Nun's Veiling. 45 Inch All wool French Surges, fine French Flannels. 4<Mnch All-wool , Granite Suiting. 40-inch All-wool Storm Serges and 44-lnch Two-tone Novelties. ? You csn choose from these to morrow at I ft-V Q_/ ? I $1 DRESS GOODS. 49c.--Moms excellent ma terials for the fall in 5H-In< h AU-wool Halr-Un* Strij>ed Suiting; 58-Inch All-wool lleary-welght Plaids. 46-lnch Silk-flntshed Henriettas. 54-inch Snow-Flaks Mixtures and (ii-lncb a try. Cheviot Serges. Remnant pries for any of these tomorrow ^? Sifik Remnants. A REMNANT LOT OF FIGURED SATIN FOULARD SILKS, In navy and national grounds, with white design; good weight for this season; worth 25c.; tomorrow, ? a yard Ba^C. 20-lnch Japanese llnbutal Wash SUka, In stripes, checks and plaids; Just the thing for tea gowns and dressing sactjues. They fl (H)f. are worth up to 39c. a yard, to go at.. I'w. 25 pieces of Colored India Silks. In all the most popular shades; 2it Inches wide; all silk and weighty. Your choice, a yd. ?'?? ? Velvet Remnants. Here's a remnant vslue of strongest sttrac tiveness. Not often can you buy $1 grades of Velvets st 39c. In this lot are s large variety of shades, such as cardinal, navy, castor, green, cerise, violet, old rose and black. Qualities worth up Extra Offer in Hand kerchiefs - - - - In this lot we include ladles' Pure Linen Hemstitched, slso Ladles' Swiss Handkerchiefs, trimmed with embroidery and Val. lace of dif ferent widths, and -plenty of fcst-color fancy and mourn<ng borders. Also Men's 1'laln White and Fast Color Hemstitched Ilandkerchlsfs of extra large size 5c. 2 pieces of White Tape lc. Clark's O. N. T. Darning Cotton 3 for 5c. Royal Black Spool Silk ltyc. Ix>r.g Hatpins, dox? n lc. Collar Stiffening, length Sc. 5c. Feather-stitched Braid, piece ,...2*4c. 5c. cabinets of 80 nalrplns 2tyc. 19c. Ladtes' Oarters. pair 11c. 15c. Frilled Garter Web, length 8c. 3c. Fancy Glass-head Pins lc. box End Sale off Ribbons. Lot 1.?Nos. 7, 9 and 12 Satin Gros Grain Fancy and Plain Taffeta Ribl>ons In 2 to 5-yard lengths; all new and crisp; up-to-date shades. Worth In regular stO)* up to 15c. a yard; mill end sale price Lot 2.?Nos. 16, 22, 30 and 40 Satin Gross Grain Fsncy and I'laln Taffeta Ribbons In 2 to 5-yard lengths; all the latest and best_shades; valnes up to 19c. a yard; mill end sale price * ? ?? * > * ? * i 4 ? 8-Mc 922=924=926=928 Seventh Street and 706 K Street, PIANOS FOR A SONO. From the very start our sale has been a success==it couldn't help but be, Washington has never had such a sale. THE PRICES sold the pianos and salesmen's efforts were unnecessary. THERE'S ANOTHER CARLOAD OF 1902 STYLES DUE TOMORROW AND ONE ON HONDAY. We must make room at once, and of course you get the benefit, for in a sale of this kind profit is thrown to the winds. Tomorrow morning's values are as follows: Squares in Perfect Condition. 7-octave "Chlckering," walnut case $50 T-ortors "Chirkertng," walnut caae...... $60 7Vi-ortare "Bloom field A Otis" $67 7-octave "New York Piano Makers' Association" $75 7V4-octave Nunus & Co.?a beauty $70 gj"Taken back la two y?ars at full value, less cartages, if you want to exchange for a new Piano. (Keep this.) Baby, Parior and Concert Grands. $1,000 "Weber." Parlor Grand, rosewood $246 $1,000 "Chlckering," Parlor Grand, ebonlsed, entirely renovated and equal to new.... $487.50 $1,200 Stein way A Rons, Parlor Grand $325 $1,350 Stein way A Sons, Concert Grand $249 $1,050 Stelnway A Sons, Baby Grand, used live months (entirely new) $750 Every Piano fully warranted; Just the Instruments for ambitious students desiring to improve their touch and technique. Unprecedented Values no Upright $300 C. C. Briggs & Co., fine order $145.00 $450 E. Gabler & Bro., brilliant tone $210.00 $300 Marshall & Wendell, walnut $135.00 $300 Huntington, oak; used 7 months $200.00 $500 A. B. Chase, mahogany; almost new $280.00 $550 A. B. Chase; has been rented $290.00 $350 "Bogart;" used 2 months; mahogany $240.00 $400 E. F. Droop & Sons; used 8 months $298.00 $650 Steinway & Sons; has been rented $415.00 $450 Brambach, oak, new, sample $297.50 F> 1? Prices plainly jttarked?accommodating terms, or 5% discount for rof n o* is nrf !'>J ?!? A HI 1 I The "Cecilian" Piano Player. We were ttie $rst in Washington to sell self-playing instruments; we change our agencies once in a while because we have found some thing better; th^s our case now. We've been selling several other makes, but in future the "CECILIAN " will be our leader. All other stock will be sacrificed. ifi-. t)j $250 Ebonized Pianola?New?including 5 rolls music, $1175 cash. Several "Angelus" and "AngeSus r] m Orchestral" players from $150 to $215. Time payments if desired. ? *1 * We cannot t$l you all about our "Special Sale" here; a visit to our music rooms will convince you of the truth of our statement this city has never known such a sale. ARE YOU INTERESTED? that Penna. Ave. J' j: < ? ?? ?? j: Two Brand New Uprights, Walmyt or Mahogany. These Pianos were sent us as samples. We like them and will handle more of them this winter, but not at this price, which includes stool and cover and one year's tuning. THE GREATEST VALUE EVER OFFERED. Price, each, CASH . ? $ I 69c00 cash. Pianos reserved for later delivery. Every piano warranted. FOUWD DEAD. Bo#y at la ? The body of an unknown white man ap parently about seventy year* of mge was found- this morning among tile weed* on a vacant lot on C street between 17th and 16th streeta northwest by Nelson Waldron of 1724 Hays' court, who noUfied the po lice. Lieut. Boyle of the third precinct w&?t to the scene and had the body re moved to the morgue. The old man's name is not known, hut he had been seen several times lately by residents of the neighborhood. When found hi* clothes were worn and torn and his general appearance indicated that he waa poverty stricken. A. half-filled pint flask of whisky was found near the body. The old man had evidently used the place as a regular place for sleeping at ntght. It was learned that he was seen yestegday by Annie Truxson, colored, who Itves near 17th and B streets. Those who had no ticed him from time to time say that he was frequently drunk. The police of the third precinct stated today that last week he was brought Into the station bouse drunk. b?it was subsequently released. His. name was not taken at the time. * It matters litUe what tt Is that -you want ?whether a situation or a servant?4 "want" ad. in The Star will reaeh the per* son who can fill your need.