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Aswuff retcently arrived Nepaste 5.tar se =
Wee Chains oC sterling silver metal and geMd
with pearls, amethyst, turquoise or rhnesteMes.
We also have the separate pendant. In enamel a
Real Rotunn Pearl Beaft are aloesw -In sasw
to 00Caps to ZIwith these. nt with l..
gilt. S. and $2.00 each.
We make Necklaces to order.
Some very elegant Brone Cabinet Clocks, In qual
tion of Vienna Bronze Cabinet Ornamenis, In tmiqr:
Calendars and Diaries for 102 reaf. Alm Christ
The New I
Our new fall line of furniture whi
before and comprises several lines whi
is now ready for the inspection of tho:
or those in need of some article of ful
or to replace some piece that has bec<
tional space on our already large fourt
light, and consequently better facilitil
stock may be found the latest designs
Parlor Tables, Ladies' Writing Desk:
Closets, Chiffoniers, Dressers, Toilet
Chairs. Dining-room Tables, Bed-rooi
Chairs and Rockers, Medicine Cabin<
of furniture in oak, mahogany and bird
Some exceptional values follow:
Oak Jardiniere Stands, strongly made.
Oak Tables, with lower shelf-ieely fn
S.ld Oak clothes Trees. In oak and mahogany i
Bb; six pegs-a special value.
Shld Oak Dining Room Chairs, box seat, nicely r
amed ard llnlabed-2 styles.
Onlld Quartered Oak Jardiniere Stands, Turkish d
Oak and Mlh.egany-flnish Colonial Rockers, saddle a
frat. high arms.
ladh-e' Desk Chairs, in oak and mabegar Anish; m
olid Oak Book Cases, 4 shelves, adustable, with
# for curtain. e
'. Surth Boor.
The thousand-and-one things to
store on the fifth floor. Everything i
for all sorts of housework-good, pra<
use at the lowest possible prices-ai
admitted to it that is not absolutely r
The China, Cut Glass and Lamp
collection of strictly high-grade good:
effects been offered for so little. The
worthy of the inspection of every pra<
We quote the several items below
sive and most carefully selected stock
Haviland China I
Dinner Set Special.
We offer a lot of new choicely dec
orated Haviland China Combination I
Dinner Sets, for twelve persons, in
two dainty designs, one a delicate
pink wild rose pattern; the other a
iieat green border effect.
$25.oo per 102-piece set.
Cup and Saucer Special.
We offer two hundred dozen
lHaviland and other Limoges China
.Cups and Saucers, decorated in
'laintv designs, which were pur
chased before the increase in price,
st the remarkably low price of
New Rich Cut Glass. t
Our New Cut Glass is the richest
we have ever shown. Many new
brilliant effects are now to be seen,
and they are no more expensive
than poorer styles of former years.
iWe have received a large shipment
for October wedding gifts.
e-bc Cut Glass Uhandled Npls
S-inch cut Glass Handled Nappies. Each $1-75
64sch out Glass Handled Nappies. Eac $1.95
8-inch. Cut Glass vare. Each.......... -95
Oat Glass Vir.egar Cruet.. Each. 1.-95
olet Glass Water Bottles. Each......... $1-95
clet Gias lslad B..l.. Each.......... $4-50
New Artistic Toilet Sets.
A never so attractive line of Toilet
Sets, chosen with a view of having
them harmonize with the present
styles of room decoration. The de
signs and colorings are dainty and
artistic and they do not cost as much
as the poorer sorts of former years.
The stock is very complete, and
we call special attention to the fol
$7.50 per jar set.
Oled Tiet Sets, inasctdsmg.
$5.oo per jar set.
* Other Toilet Sets, $2.25 and up.
For Men and Womsen.
Suit Cases are now recognized as
tlie most convenient and up-to-date
piece of baggage .among the travel
ers' equipment of today. They are
leasy to carry and have a wonderful
We offer a special value as fol
Real Cowhide Brown Lenahe
Suit Cases; steel frame; Irish linen
lined; inside straps and three hinges
riveted on; heavy protected earnrs;
new style handle, wbish remder iIt
conavenient and easy to carry.
AUled -hsae hin a pdt e
Id these not with varicM usam
-id .ire strand.; as. .a... .l..d., PA
am and peerla, are shown in sterling eiver and
it and odd design. juset arrived. Als a collee
e torms, Including birds and ania Im-rect tm
ma" Cards and Booklets. Trst flor. Tenth at.
ch is larger and better than ever
ch we have not heretofore handled,
;e contemplating fitting up a house,
-niture to fill in a vacant space,
>me unfit for further use. Addi
h floor gives us more room and
!s to display goods. In the new
and best grades of Odd Rockers,
, Tabourettes, Book Cases, China
Tables, Shaving Stands, Morris
n Chairs and Rockers, Rattan
its, and many odd and useful pieces
l's-eye maple, suitable for fall wed
Uarge roomy and well-m.e Rockers, in .ned oak
ad mitatim mahogany, with cobbler or saddle
Solid Oak ldle.- Writing Desks. French legs,
irge wer. nicely Aubed-without an equal at
Solid Oak Morris Chatrs, d adjstments, bras
A, vel-m-covered cushios.
Strong and Well-made Oak LUbrary Tables, large
rawer. -pe lega.
Nice holid Oak Book Cases, with glass doors and
c ffoni.'rs witn large mirror; well made and
$16.50 to $25.00 each.
Large Golden Oak China Closets, with bent glaw
ids and adjustable shelves.
$15.oo to $35.00 each.
be found in that bright, half-acre
or all over the house, everything
tical, helpful things for every-day
id no article, however trifling, is
sections comprise a most complete
;, and never have such qualities and
present stock is an exposition
, as representative of a very exten
of strictly first-quality goods:
Our Lamp stock is now replete
vith the newest and best makes in
lottery, metal, porcelain and glass,
n decorative parlor lamps, and the
nore practical sorts of piano and
'eading lamps. We also have all of
he many lamp and candle fittings
We Cal especial attention to the one-of-a-kind
leh Ruhy Iam dcoated is neat desin, with
lohes to mat and with black ro trimmings,
rhiek we are eMoering with chimney and slobe.
ndy for use. at
Other Lamps from $i.oo to $20.oo.
est Kitchen Cutlery.
We keep all of the best kinds of
Kitchen Cutlery, including Joseph
Zodgers & Sons' best English Cut
ery, Sabatier best French Cutlery,
.anders, Frary & Clark and Fos
er's best Cutlery.
We quote a few items from a large
Lnd well-assorted stock:
Asmerican Paring Knives. Each.........O. Ic
Freach Parig Knives. Each...........15c.
christy K~f sets..E................. 5c.
Buck eentre sets. Each..............19c.
Bread Kniv... Each.................... 35c.
Bodmng Kaives. nach..................25c.
Ham Kaiv... E.ac..................... 35c.
Kitee omrving Kalves. Each....... Soc.
ca.e Knives. =.6............. 25c.
S-inch rem CoKni ve.. l.at...... 35c.
P~lower Pots & Jardinleres.
We carry all sizes of best quality
lay Flower Pots, with the narrow
-im, which makes them fit into the
mallest possible jardiniere. We also
myve a complete line of the best
niakes of Jardinieres.
We eall special attentioe to the line of .Tardin
ae. we are new Otrring. In assorted shapes ad
rilorings. and isurnning 8% inches inside top, at
Winter Flower Bulbs.
We have just received a large
shipment of Winter Bulbs from one
>f the best seedsmen, and offer them
it prices usually asked for- the ordi
nyacinth Bealb. ingle or double. Each 5c.
e..Bu.n.. 3=................. 5c
-r... Bulb. I.........................5c.
Our Special Trunk
For Men and Women.
They are mnanufactured expressly
For us, and according to our own
directions. They are made twenty
one inches high, which is between a
Steamer and the ordinary Trunk.
This affords one of the most con
venient trunks mnade for traveling,:
Made of select basswood, covered
with heavy army canvas; two trays;
eloth lined all through; the top tray
has several cm rtn tefor smalli
articles; braced withi heavy box and
valance cdamps; double dowdl bolt
on each corner; no. 4 Taylor bats
said Excelsior lock. The dm sare
aft of the best iiw.mtema irse ad
in the mnu popular ine~
A CENTEIN ,-AL DAY
f1M aF MH FEK 3RmE
Imposing Ceremonies Conducted
by .District Grand Lodge,
Events are mng this day a most
notable one to the numerous Mason& of
high degree who are in attendance from
all parts of the country upon the celebra
tion of the centennial annversary of the
highest body of their order.
The occasion was doubly signincant, the
principal feature being the unveling ot
a monument erected to Albert PIkO,
whose name and example are known
and revered in every Masonic order the
wide-world over and whose fame as a phi
lantropist, a poet and a historian Is scarce
ly less universal. F6r many years he had
been the grand commander of the Supremd
Council of the A. A. S. R- for the southern
Jurisdiction of the United States, which
was established a hundred years ago in
Charleston, S. C.. and as such was the
highest Mason in the world. When he died
the body over which he had so long and
faithfully presided decided to make a last
ing memorial to him in the city of Wash
ing and the monument unveiled today was
Congress authorized the use of the reser- I
vation at the intersection of Indiana ave- 1
nue, 3d and D streets, but a block distant, i
and in ever present sight of the House of I
the Temple. where the later years of Gen
eral Pike were spent and where the final
summons calling him to the grave reached
him. Gilbert de Trentanove, the sculptor,
was engaged to create the monument, and
the result is a striking one from every
point of view. The well-known venerable
figure of Pike stands upon a tall marble
pedestal and below is an imposing bronze
figure of a woman, representing pqee,
For the past few days the figure of Pike
has been draped in an American -Aag, to
be removed today with imposing ceremony.
The hour set for the exercises was g
o'clock, but long before this time a great
throng had assembled in the large triangu
lar space formed by the intersection of the
three thoroughfares and extending to Judi
clary Square. At the base of the monu
ment a large stand had been erected to
accommodate the participants in the exer
cises and Invited guests.
There were animated scenes in the vicia
ity of 9th and F streets, where the Ma
sonic Temple is located, when the proces
sion which was to escort the Grand Lodge
of Mamans of the District and the Supreme
Council to the monument. This was CAm
posed of a large number of the Masons be
longing to the various bodies in the District.
They did not march as distinctive organ
izations, but in a body as Master Masons.
Each was dressed in black clothing and
wore a Master Mason's badge. The escort
of honor was Orient Commanery, No. 5,
Knights Templar, the officers of which were
Dr. F. J. Woodman. eminent commander;
E. B. Hesse, generalis=hno; William Miller,
captain general: John Schultz, secretary.
W. Harry Olcott. treasurer. Headed by
Haley's Washington Band, playing a lively
march. the procession proceeded to the
House of the Temple, where the Supreme
Council was taken in line and the short
distance to the scene of the unveiling tra
Upon re=ahing the scene the Grand Lodge
of the District took positions on the p'at
form, when the paraphernalia to be used
In the impressive ceremony were in place,
Offieers-H. Standiford, M. W. grand
master; Malcolmn Seaton, R. W. D. G.
master; George H. Walker, R. W. S. G.
warden; James A. Wetmore, B. W. J. G.
warden; W. R. .Bingleton, R. W. G, secre
tary; Win. A. Gatley, R. W. Asst. G.
secretary; C. C. Duncanson, R. W. G.
treasurer; Thomas H. Young, W. 0. lect
urer; C. B. Smith, Rev, and W. G. Chap.;
Lurtin R. Gina, W. 0. marshal; Walter A.
Brown, W. 5. G. Deacon; F. J. Woodman,
W. J., G. deacon; A. B. Coolidge, W. 0.
sword bearer; KL K. Simpson, W. G. pur
suivant; George C. Ober, W. S. 0. Steward-,
J. Claude Keiper, W. J. 0. steward: J. N.
Birckhead, grand tiler.
Disting-usshed Body et Kasens,
When the exercimes began there were.
present what was probably the most dis
tinguished body of Masons who had ever
assembled In this country.,- Among them
were the officers of the Supreme Council
for the Southern Jurisdiction, .who are
Ja~mes Daniel Richardson, grand ommand
er, Tennessee; Samuel Emery Aams, leu
tenant grand commander, Minnesota;
Erasmus Theodore Carr, grand prior, Mon
tana; Martin Coflins, grand chancellor,
Missouri; Rufus E. Fleming. grand minister
of state. North Dekota: Frederick Webber,
secretary general, Kentucky. William
Frank Pierce, treasurer :gefieral, California;
Richard Joseph Nun, grapd almaner.
Geori; Samuel hi. Todd, grand auditor,
Louisiana; Buren Robtnson 8erman, grand
chamberlain, Iowa; James Rudolph Hay
den, Irat grand equerry, Washington; 1rv
lng WashMngtn Pratt, s=cnda grand
equerry, Oregon; adoiphns ILgh Fit.
inn; Henry Moore Teller, Colorado; John
Frederick Mayer, Virginia; Austin Beverny
Chambherlaia. Texas; James Wakedd Cort
land, North Carolina; Dr. John W. Meuris,
West Virginia; Gustave and=rson, Nebrs
ha; Edward Teare Tauban, Usth Da
hota; Harper S. Cunningham. Oklaha.e
Grand Coammander H Ln Pamer of MU
wanes ad the 'tolowing active ===ss==
of the Supreme Connefor the asrthern ju
risdiction: Josiah KLDrummnad, gand
cnmmander, Portland, ,Maina; C.
Lawrenee, lieunant graa cosemana
DosSan, Mass.; Charles C. Hutesu~e. Des.
-ton, Maws; Wiams Hman Near York
eiy; Hush SteCutsy Carmnea Mich,
"Annity i the pi.o
Ca"h -='-' $.9d 8
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The excellence of our asso
prise to afl who come here. Stra
time receive almost a shock-it i
they expected-end even reguli
time they come at perpetual impr
from the remarks we hear and i
ing that there is no handsomer I
im s.t., Book
eses: or pnneMa o.a
miuor; an dodgs.
Amos Pettibone, Chicago, Ill.; George H.
Kenyon, Providerrce. R...L: Marquis F.
King, Portland, Maine; Abraham F. Met
:alf, Battle Creek, Mich.; Daniel W. Law
rence, Boston. Mass.; Gens 1. K. Hobart
Ward, New York city and. D. Burnham
rracey and F. A. BladesW Detroit, Mich.
Ronorary members of the northern counell:
Richolas Coulson, Detrot, Mich.; Theo. H.
Elmmona, Boston. Mass.; S&kphen D. Af
leck, New York city. R. de Zeyas Bn
lques, the representativs ,of the Supreme
7ouncil of Mexico; P. L. Malcolm, Port
and. Maine; C. KF Rosenbaum, Little Rock,
rk.; Henry C. Cooper, Honolulu, Hawaii;
r. M. Hugo, Duluth, Minm.; J. C. Burkett,
ropeka, Kan.; B. C. Snyder, Omaha, Neb.;
W. Frank Prince, San Francisco, Cal.; E.
L Carr, Butte, Mont.; T. W. Harrison, To
)eka, Kan.; William H. Iaird, Winona,
kinn.; Harper Cunningham. 6uthrie. Okla.;
Bunen B. Sherman, Vinton. Iowa; M. Cot
Ins. St. Louis, Mo.; Heny K Teller. Cen
ral City, CoL; Thomae .J. White, Kan
an City, Kan ; J. M. Moryis, Wheeling. W.
Va.; Geo. J. Pnchard, etqw.Orleans, La.;
m. T. Faubmu=; Abesdeg * D.; .4 C.,
Perkins, Des Moines tora; Ehlott Lang,
Kemphia. Tenn.; B. Lagdon and C. A.
Van Velser, Fort Scott, Kan.; W. S. Wane,
facksonvtie, Fla.; H. C. Plumley, Fargo
N. D.; J. Gile Smith, Wichita. Kan.. C;: ..
I. Green San Francisco, Cal.; L. P. Na
bouser. Omaha, Neb.; F. Gage and George
W. Parker. Lyons, Iowa; Alfred Dames,
Lewiston, Idaho; Robert H. Hall, Omn.m
Neb.: William KEH Wilson, Topeka, Kan.;
. N. Greenleaf, Denver, CoL.; HK C. Brown
and A. A. Rogers. Topeka, Kan.; William
Noble, South MeAllater, L T.; George rair
burn and R. K. J. Coleman, Des Moines,
Iowa; Albert Head, Jefferson. Iowa; Harry
A. Cines, San Francisco. Cal.; Hen-y W.
Coulter, New Orleans, La.; T. B. Hicks,
Cheyenne, Wyo.; William 0. RIehardson.
William A. McGonagle, S. L. Fraser and
Wi&lam C. White, Duluth, Minn.; Oscar
Bets. Salina, Kan.; J. H. McCall and IL C.
Loomis, Wichita. Kan.; F. L. Hills and G.
L Ashborn, Davenport, Iowa; Ninolas L
Bell, Benjamin Altheimer and A. C. Stew
art. St. Louis, Mo.; Charles A. Nesbitt,
Richmond, Va.; A. N. Sloan. Chattanccga,
Tenn.; C. H. Byr, Murfressboro, To-un,;
John B. Garrett, NashvIlle, Tonn.; A. E.
Trout, Butte, Mont.; Uriah C. Guss, Guth
rie, Okia.; D. K. Harley and K H. Degie,
Bouth McAnlster, I. T.; A. H. Ruebygn and
L G. Stein, Davenport, Iowa; 0. 5.Wrgt
Tampa, Fla.; John W. Sears, Memphis,
Tenn.; William Haste and 0. Burnham
Tracy, Detroit, Mich.; Henry S. Cowins,
Jersey CIty, N. 3.; N. Cdtsison, Detroit,
Mich.; C. A. Palmer, Pontiac, Nick.; N. D).
Woodruf, U. S. A.; Max Nyer and Henry
C. Larrabee, Baltimore, Nd.; Slas W.
Gerdner, Clinton, Iowa; Graham Dnichat.
Baltimore, Nd.; W. H. Berton, Cambridge,
N. Y.; Charles Page, Baltbnere, Md.; 3. H.
Phillips. Blrmiena Ala.; S. N.. Branso,
Hartford, Conn.; Samuae. . Lawrence,
h.egdigd Mas; Wilam. -Horna, New
York .city; 3. W. Cortiand and Evan Davis,
Topeka, Kaa.; Geoarge L,, Bsmet, A. H.
Wants and F. .7. Franser, Ut. Louis, Na.
E. W. Wellington, Whaktka, Ken.; I. U.
Whismey and.J. W. Cham4eulln, Ut, Pant,
Minn.; B. G. Dremwn, Wieliita, Ken ; S. D).
Afu.ka New York city; George H: Kern
yon, Providence, R. I.; Marqnis F. King
and Willard F. Hicks, Paqtaijd, Ne.; John
R. Wiiainmn Savannab, Ga.; amog Petti
bone,. Lcagoen Ill.; Henry L. Palmer, Mil
waskee, Wis.; D. W. Lawreneer-Maefed,
Mass.; Charles C. Hutae~on, ,Lowell,
M.sm; Frederick, Speed, Vicksblirg, Miss.;
B. 8. Kibington, MinneapolltM ss.; Hen
ry Wallenstein, Wichita, Kan.; C. 0. Steffe,
* *laePhla, Pa-;. Charles. A. Raymnd,
Among the Washingtes. fasons prsn
were AnIson Nalor, Jr., Geerge H. Walker,
i. e Henry Small, Jr., Franeis 3. Woodam.n
A. B. Nixon, S. C. Aler, -Aaron Baldwin,
R. B. Nixen, A. W. KeIy, Julius Gold
.mith, J. P. Hart, Jamas.nseu s na
P. Noyes. Halvor Nelsoa Gerissom,
William -I.. Bopgen, A. i Themas
B. Walkser, Edwe-M.~3 J. Ba.
burn. Samuel K. Todd, 8.MCaruon,
1. A. Whttcomub, J. WntIs Jr4 F. H.
Thomas, A. H. Varn Dga51sileuies W.
Brown, Jaim W. Urn,. 0. W. smek, &
nor, Wilia 0sa Lacy,
Thas= 0. Leockerman,'WEM.-Wh~teema
A. KL Welt, John P. RItaggMcWMsnam
ward Todd and ILlS.s 3l yi -.
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an was in r--m... eas ------a-er
inam at the Sapse o ee the
konthern Jedon pg-.aigaa
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iment is a constant source of sur
ngers who visit us for the frst
so much better da anythig
r customers are surprised every
ovements and additioms We judge
he amount of business we are do
urniture stock in tow.
tbo1ose wallude and
9 6 Great Cash
,h Street, through to 636
country and to humanity, and casting
aside all political and social reasons that
might suggest the erection of this magnifi
cent piece of work, our supreme council
owed to him so much, that they declned
any assistance in its erection, personal or
otherwise, and by vote of this body have
erected and paid for it out of their own
Io OrdmanMy Man.
"Albert Pike was no ordinary man. He
was one who was called to do a great work.
He was a friend of man, his mantle .of
love for the human family was broad as
this world. In his teachings to his breth
ren of the Scottish Rite he inculcated rev
erence for the Great, Creator, and in every
word he uttered or line he wrote he i=
Pressed upon all his bellef in the father
hoed of God and the brotherhood of man.
The Congress of the United States recog
nised these facts, and although he may
have been arrayed against the government
In the civi war, in peace be was its strong
and earnest friend. Congress granted this
spot of ground to this supreme council to
erect ts monument to him as a loyal soi
dier in the Mexican war, and as a scholar.
poet, lawyer and author, whose name and
fame are known in every Chriatta eon
try, where lght and knowledge and edu
cation are tculeated. It is atting that this
supreme Council should present it to this
great nation, where it will be ever an in
centive to the rising generatlons of er
youth. When this pedestal and gure shelI
have crunmbled to dust, the name and fase
of Albert Pike will grow brighter and
brighter as the ages rol by.
1 may it in the spirit of Justice that.
like many philosophers who have Miled
their place In the past ages, he will 31
"The conditions are not favorable fin a
lengthy address from me at this time. It
is not expected.
Repwesentattve ot Supresse Ceaneti.
"I am here to represent 'the Supreme
Council, and in Its name to present to the
gotvernment of the United States this
statue. It wil long stand as a loving trib
ute from his brethren of the Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Ma=nonry.
But when it is smoldered into dus the mem
bers of the order he loved wil he flound in
all laans where the light of the Ancin
and Accepted Scottish Rite shall shine, and
Its oracles of truth and wrisdom be revr
rently listened to. to keep frha the memory
of Albert Pike.
"On behalf of the Supreme -CouniR of
the thirty-third degree of the Anetent and
Acceted Scottish Bite of Free Ma=mry
for the southern jur~sitioan of the United
States of America I -now present to the
government of tha United States of Amer
ica. through the Cmm=lmismm== of thie Di.
trict of mslumbrae this mnumeaL "
M*. Meetaatand'k Aseestae.
Prn=i~it H. B. F. Esefarsand ot the
board of Dlistrict C'nm==ioaer- resmtsed
the gift on bhalfm ef the govermane la
don so he said:
"It is certainly appropriate for you to
place here in sight of the scen of his
laboes and h~Xthis statue et Albert
Pike. s the horne of the highe
oneer Ia your ore the District of Ce
lutnbla was for many years his plaise of
reddance, and we can see frem this plac
the building where he lived and med in
the execution of his great ofass . re,re
sented aU the high Mdeals and beasiceat
purpose of your order, and did so with
dignity and honor. Standng here' in
bronse, facing the east, he wIN cnnue=
in anpther way to do the same service to
the cause which was so dear to him, is aB
time to come.
"Although Albert Pike was a soldier in
the cevil war, this statue will me-mma
rate him rather as a victor ia the boner
able rivalries of peace. It is well that you
thus add to the cnmpbeatively small m
ber of statues' in the'clty of Washingen
which honor the victris of peace. rater
than of war.
"In the namse of the government of the
District of ColunMba, and in ftB appeal
tion of the mil~t"s*m et the trust. I s
emise this statue ef Ahiert 28te, late grani
eemmaar of -the g5psee Ce.,a Am
ceat a A-mpe Betts Bite Me....
for tbq Souten Iinsmmes."
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No=. 9"L 755C.
a...se . .............
h. arm usday - ara
FLANN t~ * . . pi
oth iodn ble and d str
foBarga 1 T sday, per yrd, al
~ WU ad 3umomb Hsow
Sqr SPRAD-A . a.e ofs.
emmed .R.egua. val.e
- M3PZ3-Taawsm Discern of try
MU1)b.4c R AiU.- lr s, s He. 1 .aD
sha pe s.r .dats a dor
Dstls o Petar Dft. alu---s
DOOR MATS-Best Quali
of good size and efet heay. Reg
Bargain Thursday at............
WALn 0I.V=Z -A .a. Cr,.al
.d (wte eth M am s...so 1C a~ .
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Sc. SPRE-ADS-A case of
double bed size-in neat Marseilk
hemmed. Regular 89c. value. 'I
BMOEEE1r-Tew-yurt Diece. of Sanitary
Cot~f om rY - Wt abwet35
ror'S 4Se. HATR4hlrf'. Hat. to all
.aipe. Inwl.s Flatt ad Ready-to-wear
style of felt rad toth. Valses
up to 48e. , for.................... .
COAL HODS-Large Size
ished, and perfect quality. Regu
for Bargain Thursday...........
ft. COAL. M0ZAjranomLrg 8C. cga 8w
Curti.ns .i exact red Mrwotrnso
with do.Mie blede, a nece..ity in every
aed-. Regtr p ies. Wie.-t S.r
t. rw at........ ................
CLOTHES PINS-Best Qt
Pins, offered tomorrow as a specia
per dozen, at ..................
75C. SMYRNA ACS-y k" We.
Gereine vnyma of. paatety of new
and attratie ealortsgs-eold reg
.larly at 75C.. for Barman There.
4y .t............................. .
$3 LACE CURTAINS-501I
Curtains, in exact reproductions o
and 54 to 6o inches wide. Vahm
- for ........................
in. naed a P ........e.
w.ns. Regular 9.dm. We.-4Wt.
1--f-*- neredy at ................
Sc. LACES-New lot '61 So
chon Laces, so popular for tri
great variety of patterns. Quait
- for ..........................
Aie '.et o Sml.. Gag..,...........Te.
assu2~me BMW ir s .. ......... le.
0.be lung A..td e .......... e.
40th Tae Me.are. tr.........r
Ne. B..t St~e 5mI. far.............1e.
Mere. a Keofey's Dmrh Ot.........
le. PEmcA 3nE-5 P-M. er..t sTe.b
Mlereted Pesvalie. ..tt. em
t I at * a ........
e.Ewared fore fat............ 1.
39c. UNDERWF..AR -- La
Suits, fleece lined, full cut and a
quality-for Bargain Thursday al
U0e. PIN cDH1oe.B- Afldbk Isti. Pib
..M... da...l. tri---..th si me.. r.
e. b.... c.ale. atd. 1sead .
Sam.. Deguler putee. Sbe-br B~ 2
Mse. wttsre-ne~asebsa ep YwSt
Wast e..= 13 . ...e sn.rt t r e~
p"""--,-. =--.."*yb "s"..". C
75c SILKS-Just hor Bargi
offering of Fine Black Guarantea
"wear guaranteed" woven inthe
Fine texture, extralaceavy rustling
at 75c. yard-hor............
I~ -E 3 UEE Wen= ..- m..
.13 .tyllib ne fr &...d.s.
T.. .ad Umek aSekes ar eGar Du.. 3e
.-, ese.* e5 dss..ms. 1k..ma
min that we ea -the .ety em ..g "13
.... Ub." ..d wMI e.. ...g see
amitale iba ak.re ~Sata we ..
T .h.w ...................... I
.cHE.DS Dnmnmmm-t..ms 0ma .md
lm... D....... t3 ...s. .W~e m
eb.ed. Mde Ima Msthbr 3ed ins.u
75c. FEATHERS-Big lot c
fal hats, comprising Feathers, B
in all colors. Values up to 75c.
wowsnursns-.e tr 3eeeA. Td
et .tyttb Ubek Puen. m..et., 13 M.ek,
tab ed 3Mb E.t - aSmk
isiere ssee. 9. ma. e g....
dpBO S'S $LSI'SBo.
a es sGaw - emse
7th and K
nlg institutom that is rapidly comi
y in the week-even rivaling Fri
e of selling, and al because we
s so al powerful as to compel the
pper who cares to practice econ
ment to top floor u dotted with
g lot of Plaid Back Gof Saitings,
and Oxford gray,with
miy--fr ........... Ic
Ma~ Wy. Eg*g bem m.a. wealtren
im e of. AU a..m am A t f%.
omb ...t. ..r. ...... a
St Oalarm-Iaimm Smes~ omaf
in Oth.. at.d a.... .m. .
erce of Flannelette and Oating
pes and checks, ofered
fttm aDm (kaft In wek N
e. a pe11- .. ft n.
T..--... at... ......
a . .. .... . ...
RUOULAR mr- mmurf-s "as at
"yad eAmbbhal-4he an mf at
W. CrochetBd fr s, fu
hursday at ....t.. ... "C.
V Cocoa Door Mats,
Dla value, S. For
mm mneoth tie.j de and bet
ae meter great Teraey egria
at .......... ................... .
White Crochet Bed Spreads, ful
patterns - pearl y
hursday at.......... 59ce
e. DRAPHIUI-M wRI- t m I%&.
D aperie . E prstty leur 6. -- s .
at 15 and =hajix. to. V~
5e. DAPIM -N.w uaterium et.k..
manmia. Dranpery atha. to rk-h and afsetlwv
opetal and Sgad .tcts. worth ...4;
Me. a yard, for mAt ...........
.a4.anned Coal Hods, highly. pol
ar price is 25C.-butflF7ce
3OYfi 75c. SHIRT WAISS-fAt of 2 doas
Bays' SM Waists. the eebroas "Math
em runes nm. Materhia of1of&M@
peraks is m" stripes.sl ?,IC -mwa;
2 separate eanamt. Sias 4 to T
years old. &K tid auflr at W~.. 2c
ality Wooden Clothes
I Bargain Thursday item,
$1 ..ACK GOOD-Extra PMme Grad Muck
camr N Riaims. peo @4 wed a" 0
latesm wile. V t mbkonsll fair
sirt. and suit. Regular deflar
airs of English Nottingham Lace
I real Irish Laces-3% yards long
% up to $3.00 a pair $1.69
ne. [AM-ew Ulaft &a e .m end
Feint das1et Ma". 5s D.sf
-g.M .Milaty t 'mh. a v..t
ar-. n.e., at...........
oo yards of Machine-made Tor
ing purposes-various wihA and
ies sold at 5c. a yard
GOWm at n s. mat .im medae
8edpaa.mi re. imsM lat e.-Qmr
Rain.. namea, at............. 49C.
lOe. DRDGKW SAO)QUEB-Ladjea e.
dom Dees' g r-ein Og mbi 11n
11szs Vear 39c.
ema OR5 and Fo kaw mes at
60e. =IL At-no Bat
XMr am 111 T..u.. ese a e -t w t .
rein Thuarday ate............
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Me ast . eer m.. len
-cl. S im e
amm .t -ie?~hnL-an ls e3b~t.
n...t ..mue ..U ...daesa at that .
f Fany me atherUSe fo ptimn
reasts WSg, retc.-rl
Semat .a. t g- Km. wme..pma
etma O~u, .. I e at
fhesa Iase Wia aten
mut~a bes ta-geuMa aesm
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assr.....a....... e ...e
.aon-A ss anuS la t.i
-i i seswIS~ lesst essenema.~
a nassaal innenn,.. ma~sn