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Chnr(c for ?* ?* Trimrn in?H*.?y KINGS PALACE DEPARTMENT ST OR E S Prcaraa Stumpy free with PurcH*-/ Thursday aim: ?Bargains of tihe most unusual character?off really startling importance because off extra ordinary savings. Re&dy=to=Wear Trimmed Hats worth 49 Cents. T?t of Women's Trimmed Ready-to-Wear Hats. in latest and most stylish shapes, trimmed vrith velvet rlbl?ons. hand* and qnills?hat* which are worth up to $2.00? will be put on sale tomorrow at 49c. 75c. and SI Split Jap. Straw Hats, Rough Spl't Jap. Straw Hats, in white, black and colors; also a two-tone white and black edge in Walking Shapes?Tur bans. Napoleon. Gainsborough. Flats and Read.v-t??-Wear shapes. All 75c. and $1.00 values?23c. Handsome Flowers worth op to 50c. for 9 Cents; Lot of odds and ends of Flowers, em bracing leases Daisies. Field Flowers of all kinds. Poppies, bunches and sprays of many sorts and In all colors, which for merly sold for as high as 50c.?to go for 9*^. each. Trimmed Hats worth The trimmed hats in this lot are mar velous values. There is every stylish shaj** and color effect in the lot. The variety Is amazing and embraces all the Mpalar styles ? the "i'-olouials." the Gainsborough," "Napoleon.** the 4*I)u Barry" and a dozen other equally popu lar shapes?hats worth up to $5. Choice for SI 75. Tomorrow we shall soil black velvet rib bms. satin back, at following special pliers; No. 9?ioc. instead of 15c. No. 12?12c. instead of 18c. No. 16?15c. instead of 22c. No. 22?18c. instead of 25c. CORSET 19c tomorrow lor 50 dozen Summer Corsets, full boned, double netting. O medium length, all sizes ?regular 30c. values. TOWEL Vl TT / ?special tomorrow for 11 11 /_ /7 one lot of Bleached I /O) R. _ Cotton Towels, with ^ v? O fringe and colored borders; 28x14 ?lze( not more than *1* to a buyer. DRAW'RJ tucks; good value at 21c. ?special tomor row for 50 doz en I-a dies* Mus 11 n Drawers; wide hem and GOWN yf /T\\ ?special Thursday for /#i\(( Ji/f^ lot of Cambric Low II JJ (v. . neck and Short-sleeves O Gowns; lace trimmed around neck and sleeves; always sold at $1.00. JCIRT 79c, tomorrow for one lot of Muslin Skirts; umbrel la flounce, with 5-lnch Irish point ruffle; also dust ruffle; exceptional good value at $1.25. 's Dresses. Thursday for one lot of Children's Percale Moth er Hubbard Dresses; O bishop sleeves; wide skirts. YI / / (3 pairs for 50c.)?ap? II // *or tomorrow for || fl (I one case of Imported O plain Black Hose for ladies; regular made; spliced heel and toe; Hermsdorf dyed; ?old regularly at 25c. a pair. BLOU /T\\ tomorrow for one lot of II vi l) /f^ Boys' White India Lln 11 IV. _ en Blouses, with wide ^ O sailor collar; ruffle trimmed; also trimmed fronts; sold elsewhere at 39c. WAIST 39c, ?special tomorrow for all Colored Madras, Pique, White India Linen Waists; slightly soiled from handling; variety of styles: some hemstitched and tucked fronts; others embroidery Insert ing in front; some with pleated fronts, forming yoke waists; sold up to $1.00. Thursday to go at 39c. =JJ | Another BIG SURPRISE for You. | We Have Just Received Today | \ 1,5?? Menu's Satio=Limed | | Serge Suits. | Every One Worth From $12 to $15. f These Suits are warranted to d* ? be all woo! and will not fade. %p \ Made in the .newest styles and ?| \ sewed with the best dyed silk. H i SIZES UP TO 50. m X We Can Fat the Short, the Long, the Thin and t Stout Man. }$5o60f _ MEN'S f SOD Men's Handsome Striped S2=piece< Flannel Two=piece Suits, ?8 XSUSTS. (and $110 values, for - - = . v - A | Our Famous Panama Hats at - - ((g -jl /Th & 2 are the equals off those that are selling ^ 11 vLk X t at other stores for $15 and $118. ! H. Frledlander BrOo, I Corner Ninth and E Streets N.W. ELIXIR KOSINE Is a guaranteed remedy. You may use It and If iw*t satisfied your money will be refunded. Call At our store for free treatise on tbls disease. HENRY EVANS, 922 924 F n. w. and 1729 Conn. are. a.W. mj3X-?4w.?t-28 Keep Cool CSB Chicago Jewel Qas Range SOLO BT I C. A. Muddiman & Co., apl?-Sm-2S 618 12TB. liH O ST. FRECKLES B Moth, tan, liver apoto, blotches, molM, wtrti and all blemlahes of the akla andeomplexlon completely Kmond. Fall information with boek free. Call or write. JOHN H. WOODBURY lltta and F N.W., Washington. pwM-w.tf G O O IK ALMOST all the houaewlTes use Gil Ranges for ?ammer cooking. They cook quicker and are cleaner, better and cbt-aper to ran than other Ganges. They don't beat the kltcben. Boy the Qas Kane* here. We show the beat kinds. Gas Appliance Exchange, 1424 New York Ave. ?an Gas Range. Je7-38d Curse ?OF? DRINK ?CORED BY? White Ribbon Remedy CAM BB GIVEN* IN GLASS OF WAT KB, TBA OB GOmtB WITHOUT PATIBKT'B KNOWLKBGK. White Bibbon Remedy will cure or destroy the dis eaaed appetite for alcoholic stimulants, whether the patient la a confirmed Inebriate, "a tippler," social, drinker or drnnkard. Impossible for any one to ban an appetite fbr alcoholic liquors after using WHITE RIBBON REMEDY. Indorsed by members of W. C. T. U. Mrs. Moore, Presa Superintendent of Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Ventura, Cal., writes: "I have teated White Bibbon Remedy on very obstinate drunkards, and the cures nave been many. In many cases the Bemedy was glTep se cretly. I cheerfully recommend aid Moris Whits Bibbon Remedy. Members of oar Union are de lighted to And a practical aad economical treat ment to aid us In our temperance work." For sale by druggists everywhere or by mall, |l. Trial package free by writing or calling on Mrs. A. M. TOWNSEND (for years secretary of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union), 218 TKK MONT ST., BOSTON. MASS. Sold In Washington at Stevens' Pharmacy, Mb at. and Pa. are. se4- w As-1041-*3 Commencement Exercises of Georgetown Convent. DISTINGUISHED GUESTS CARDINAL GIBBONS AND MANY OF THE CLERGY PRESENT. Largest Graduating Class in History of the Institution?Those Who Re ceived Medals and Premiums. With Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore. Md., a large number of Catholic clergy of this city and an audienoe of more than one thousand persons present the 103d com mencement exercises of the Convent of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Georgetown were held yesterday afternoon in the haH of that Institution, at which ?ev enteen young ladles were graduated. This Is the largest class that has ever been grad uated from that school. The hall was decorated with palms, pot ted plants and the colors of the school? "old gold and white"?while the stage upon which were seated the graduating class, the students of the several classes of the school, the distinguished visitors and the faculty, had the appearance of a huge flo ral establishment. It having been banked with big bouquets of American Beauty 1 roses, carnations and all other imaginable varieties of cut flowers. The Exercises. The exercises, which began at 3:30, were opened by a musical selection Liszt's "Ra koczl March," by four young ladies at pianos and two violinists, all students of the institution. After the graduates were seated about the sides of the stages Miss Anna Magrane of Massachusetts delivered the address of welcome to Cardinal Gib bons. the clergy and the audience, to which the cardinal replied later. The salutatory was delivered by Miss Justine Morgan of Michigan, while Miss Genevieve Wimsatt of this city was the valedictorian of the oocasion, which feature closed the exercises. At the close of Miss Morgan's remarks Miss Alice Eversman of Washington rendered Donizetti's famous solo, "O, Mio Fernando," which brought her great applause. Next in turn followed the awards of pre miums to the graduates, by Rev. David Buell. S. J., of Georgetown University, as sisted by Cardinal Gibbons, both of whom spoke inspiring words to each young lady. AfteT the presentation of the premiums, the Misses Florence Rieger of North Carolina and Elizabeth Barrett of Maryland ren dered a piano accompaniment to a violin solo by Miss Katherine Romadka of Wis consin. A vocal solo, "I Love You," was then rendered by Miss Hester Lavell of Ore gon. The presentation of premiums to the members of the junior classes was then made after which Miss Geraldine O'Brien I and Miss Katherine Romadka. each con j tributed a piano solo. A vocal solo was I sung by Miss Marguerite Buckler. The musical program was concluded by a cho rus of eight voices, singing Emerson's "Al pine Echo." This was followed by the dis tribution of medals to the various classes. The Cardinal's Address. In the course of his remarks In replying to the addresses of the young ladies Car dinal Gibbons said that it was not possible for a person to help feeling delighted with the remarkable display of Intellectual power exhibited on the occasion. Continuing, he said that it was almost impossible to exag gerate the importance of the work and in fluence exercised by the female sex in the social and family circles throughout the land. Great numbers of the young ladles had. he furtheT stated, gone from the Con vent of the Visitation during the past hun dred years, each throwing about her a pres ence that has always had an effect for - good. The education received at an institu tion of this kind, he observed, could not j but help to elevate others than those alone who come within its presence. He then went on to say that besides the large band of young ladies whose work has been known in the world through their education there Is yet a vast body of women whose work is devoted to other lines of duty. In conclud ing he paid an eloquent tribute to the Sis ters of Charity for their work in the hos pitals, the field of battle and elsewhere. High Honors. Miss Stella Head of Pennsylvania was the recipient of the highest class prize, that of the Loretta medal for excellence in de portment and scholarship. She also re | celved the Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnston : medal for Intellectual philosophy, besides medals for scholarship and deportment, with two first premiums, an exaequo for another &nd three honorable mentions in as many other studies. Medals for science and deportment, besides first premiums, and four honorable mentions were awarded to Miss Ella Clark, daughter of the senator from Montana, and Miss Genevieve Wim satt. Mrs. Marion Cutting's medal for pro ficiency in Christian doctrine was awarded to Miss Helen Shea, and to Miss Frances Flltz of Michigan was given the Mrs. M. F. Scanlon gold medal for excellence in civil government. She was also awarded three first premiums and an honorable mention in other studies. The gold medal donated by Mrs. Adele S. Morrison of St. Louis, Mo., for proficiency and ancient history was presented to Miss Florence Rieger of North Carolina, and that donated by Mrs. Isabelle Walsh Palms for proficiency and modern history to Miss Mary Lynch of Pennsylvania. Medals and Premiums Awarded. The graduates and the winners of metfals and first premiums follow: Academic honors?The Loretto medal, for general excellence of deportment and schol arship, given by a former pupil, was award ed to Miss Stella Head of Pennsylvania. First senior class?Graduating medals were conferred on Miss Stella Head, Penn sylvania: Miss Genevieve Wimsatt, District ot Columbia; Miss Ella Clark. Washington: Miss Florence Rieger, North Carolina; Miss Frances Flelts, Michigan; Miss Mary Lynch. Pennsylvania; Miss Viola Moran, Michigan; Miss Edna Lavell, Oregon; Miss Helen Shea, District of Columbia; Miss Hester Lavell. Oregon; Miss Katherine Clark, Michigan; Miss Katherine Romadka, Wisconsin; Miss Adelaide McConvllle, Min nesota; Miss Agnes Hayes, Kentucky; Miss Anna Magrane, Massachusetts; Miss Nora Duff, Massachusetts; Miss Justine Moran, Michigan. Medals for deportment were conferred on Miss Stella Head, Pennsyl vania: Miss Ella Clark, Washington; Miss Florence Rieger, North Carolina; Miss Frances Fleitz, Michigan; Miss Mary Lynch, ^Pennsylvania; Miss Viola Moran, Michigan; Miss Edna Lavell, Oregon; Miss Helen Shea, District of Columbia; Miss Hester Lavell, Oregon: Miss Katherine Clark, Michigan; Miss Katherine Romadka, Wisconsin; Miss Nora Duff, Massachu setts. The medal for Christian doctrine, given by Mrs. Marion Cutting of New York, in memory of Sister Mary Bernard Graham, was awarded to Miss Helen Shea of the District of Columbia First premiums, Miss Katherine Romadka, Wisconsin; Miss Anna Magrane, Massachusetts; honorably mentioned. Miss Viola Moran, Michigan; Miss Frances Fleitz, Michigan; Miss Gene vieve Wimsatt, District of Columbia; Miss Stella Head, Pennsylvania; Miss Mary Lynch. Pennsylvania; Miss Ella Clark. Washington. The medal for belles lettres. given by Mrs. Josephine Dickson Walsh of St. Xiouls, Mo., was awarded to Miss Genevieve Wim sa#t of the District of Columbia. Ex aequo. Miss Florence Rieger, North Carolina. First premiums. Miss Frances Fleitz, Michigan; Miss Stella Head, Pennsylvania. The medal for intellectual philosophy, given by Mrs. Harriet Lane Johnston, was awarded to Miss Stella Head of Pennsyl vania. First premiums. Miss Ella Clark. Washington: Miss Florence Rieger. North Carolina; Miss Frances Fleitz. Michigan; Miss Hester Lavell. Oregon; Miss Kathe rine Romadka, Wisconsin; Miss Viola Moran, Michigan; Miss Helen Shea, District of Columbia. The medal for science, given by Mrn. Katherine Moran Hendrle of Detroit, Mich was awarded to Miss Ella qjark of Wash ington. Ex aequo. Miss Stella. Head. Penn sylvania. ryirst premiums. Hiss Florence Rieger. N<Wth C?rolU._: Mias Edna Lavell. Oregon; Miss Mary Lv ch, Pennsylvania; Miss Kathfcrftw Clark. Michigan; Miss Gen" evleve Wlmsktt, District of Columbia; Miss Anna MagWne, Massachusetts; Miss Ade laide McCohville, Minnesota. The medil for civil government, given by Mrs. M. p. Scanlon of St. Louis, Mo., was awarded to Miss Frances Fleitz of Michi gan. Flrrft premiums. Miss Ella Clark. Washington; Miss Mary Lynch. Pennsylva nia; Miss Edna La veil. Oregon; Miss Ade laide McCbrrville. Minnesota; Miss Gene vieve Wimsatt. District of Columbia; Miss Agnes Hat'es, Kentucky. The medal for ancient history, given by Mrs. Adele S. Morrison of St. Louis. Mo., was awarded to Miss Florence Rieger of North Carolina. First premiums, Miss Stella H^ad, Pennsylvania; Miss Hester Lavell, Oregon: Miss Agnes Hayes, Ken tucky; Miss Katherlne Clark. Michigan. The medal for modern history, given by Mrs. Isahelle Walsh Palms of Detroit. Mich., was awarded to Miss Mary Lynch of Pensylvania. First premiums. Miss Helen Shea, District of Columbia; Miss Viola Moran, Michigan; Miss Frances Fleitz, Michigan. Second Senior Class. First honors tor scholarship and deport-* ment?Miss Katherlne Dowllng, Kentucky; Miss Sarah Kennedy, Connecticut; Miss Geraldlne O'Brien, New Tork; Miss Flor ence McCrossln, Alabama; Miss Anna Green. Missouri; Miss Margaret Wathen, Kentucky. Second honors for deportment? Mlse Alice Fernandez. Brazil; Miss Delia Beale, New Jersey; Miss Marguerite Ro madka. Wisconsin; Mies Marie Powers, Missouri. Medals for deportment?Miss Hazel Murphy, Ohio; Miss Marie Carmellle Byrnes, Louisiana; Miss Nina Harrison. Texas; Miss Katherlne Fitzgerald. Utah; Miss Elizabeth Barrett, Maryland; Miss Elsie Smith, Virginia. Second Senior Class. The medal for Christian doctrine, given by the late Mrs. Carrie Watson Hamlin of Detroit, Mich., was awarded to Miss Hazel Murphy of Ohio. First premiums. Miss Marguerite Romadka, Wisconsin; Miss Geraldlne O'Brten, New York; Miss Sarah Kennedy, Connecticut; Miss Frances Potts, Maryland; Miss Alice Fernandez, Brazil; Miss Katherine Dowllng. Kentucky. Rhetoric, literature and composition First premium, Miss Alice Fernandez, Brazil. Sciences?First premiums. Miss Florence McCrossln, Alabama; Miss Margaret Wa then, Kentucky. History?First premiums. Miss Delia Beale, New Jersey; Miss Frances Potts, Maryland; Miss Sarah Kennedy, Connecti cut; Miss Katherine Dowllng, Kentucky; Miss Alice Fernandez. Brazil; Miss Margue rite Romadka, Wisconsin. Third Senior Class. Christian doctrine?First premiums. Miss Clara Donohue, District of Columbia; Miss Blanche Kingsbury, Texas. Rhetoric, literature and composition First premiums, Miss Teresa Lane, District of Columbia; Miss Alice Eversman, Dis trict of Columbia; Miss Elizabeth Barrett, Maryland. Sciences?First premiums. Miss Blanche Kingsbury, Texas; Miss Alice Eversman, District of Columbia; Miss Annabelle Quinn. Arkansas; , Miss Annie Rambo, Pennsylvania; Miss Mary Flynn, Pennsyl vania; Miss Mary Clune. Indiana. History?First premiums. Miss Alice Ryan. Iowa; Miss Hilda Booker. Virginia; Miss Marie McShane, Nebraska; Miss Mary Clafk, District of Columbia; Miss Ethel Dooly, Utah. Fourth Senior Class. Christian doetfrlnc?First premiums. Miss Marguerite Buclcler, Texas; Miss Julia Mo ran, Pennsylvania. Rhetoric, literature and composition First premiums. Miss Jullta Lavell. Ore gon; Miss Doleir Joanna Turtle. Florida; Miss Vlncentla Hill, Kentucky; Miss Anna Blake Bickers' 'feeorgia. Sciences?First premiums. Miss Elsie Smith. Virginia; Miss Violette Lockwood, New Yorki History ftfcd geography-rFirst premiums. Miss Jessiqa Waters, District of Columbia; Jdiss Julia' -Moran. Pennsylvania; Miss Minna Carry, District of Columbia. Elective Studies. Christian doctrine?First premium. Miss Katherine Fitzgerald, Utah. Literature and composition?Premiums, Miss Marie Carmelite Byrnes. Louisiana. History and geography-First premium. Miss Agnes Waggaman, District of Colum bia. Intermediate and Elementary. First intermediate class?The medal for Christian doctrine was awarded to Miss Mary Kelley of Pennsylvania. First pre miums, Miss Helen Wallis, District of Co lumbia; Miss Mary Dunlgan, Pennsylvania; Miss Eloise Worthington, District of _ Co lumbia. Grammar and composition?First premi ums, Miss Marion Stafford, Louisiana; Miss Helen Wallls. District of Columbia. History and Geography?First premiums. Miss Marion Stafford, Louisiana; Miss Al ma Cheatham, Texas. Second intermediate class?Christian doc trine?First premium, Miss Ellen Keane, District of Colombia. Grammar and composition?First premi um?, Miss Elise Currer, Mississippi; Miss Marie Ray. District of Columbia; Miss Alice McQuall, Pennsylvania. History and geography?First premiums, Miss Ruth (Julnn, Arkansas, and Miss Ame lia Swift, Mississippi. Third intermediate class. Christian doc trine?First premium, MisB Anna Kengla, District of Columbia. Grammar and composition?First premi um. Miss Antoinette Ray, District of Co lumbia. History and geography?First premiums. Miss Antoinette Ray. District of Columbia, and Miss Florence Booker, Virginia. First elementary class. Christian doctrine and history?Premium, Miss Maria Clark, Washington. Second elementary class. Christian doc trine, orthography and reading?Premium, Miss Elizabeth Averlll Bogley, District of Columbia. Mathematics. The medal for analytical geometry (giver, by Mrs. Helen Abell Baughman o< Fred erick. Ml,) was awarded to Miss Hester Lavell of Oregon. The medal for trigo nometry (given by Mrs. Elizabeth May Cammack) was awarded to Miss Katherlne Clark of Michigan. First premiums. Miss Anna Magrane, Massachusetts; Miss Mary Lynch, Pennsylvania: Miss Viola Moran, Michigan, and Miss Frances Fleitz, Michi gan. College algebra?First premiums, Miss Katherlne Dowllng, Kentucky; Miss Hazel Murphy. Ohio, and Miss Elizabeth Mulli gan, Illinois. Geometry?First premiums. Miss Alice Ryan. Iowa; Mlss#Annie Rambo, Pennsyl vania, and Miss Gertrude McDonnell, Ohio. Algebra. thSt senior class?First premium. Miss Annabfelte QMnn. Arkansas. Second senior class?Premiums, Miss Delia Beale, New Jersej;, and Miss Mary Kelley, Pennsylvania! Third senior etoes-rFirst premium. Miss Alice McQu?|ll< ..fenasylvanla. Fourth senior class?First premium, Miss ] Doley JoanrW T8We, Florida. First Intermediate class?First premiums, j Miss Marian,District of Columbia, and Miss Eljse Cutrer, Mississippi. The medal- for arithmetic (given by Mrs. Emma Etheridge1 Moran of Detroit, Mich..) was awarded to'Miss Delia Beale of New Jersey. at First senior, class?Premium. Miss Mary Mullln, District, of Columbia. Second senror class?Premiums. Miss Vir. centla Hill. "Kehtucky, and Miss Anna Blake Bickete, Georgia. First intermediate class?First premium. Miss Helen Wallis, District of Columbia. Second intermediate class?First pre miums, Miss Mary Tierney, West Virginia, and Miss Antoinette Ray, District t>f Co lumbia. Third intermediate class?First premiums. Miss Lucie Wlechers, Mexico, and Miss Mary Mariner, Virginia. Elementary class?Premiums, Miss Eliza beth Averlll Bogley, District of Columbia, and Miss Christine Waggaman, District of Columbia. x Elocution. First senior class-Tirst premium. Miss Viola Moran, Michigan. Second senior cjass?First premium. Miss Alice Fernandez, Brazil. Third senior class?First premiums. Miss Mary Clune, Indiana: MISs Nina Harrison, Texas, and Miss Alice Eversman. District of Columbia. Fourth senior class?First premiums. Miss Josephine Powers, P.llnots, and Miss Anna | Blake Bickers. Georgia. ; First intermediate class?First premiums, 1 1%)0 *.<4 ? -0 | "THE DEPENDABLE STORE," SEVENTH and K STS.; Such values as we offer every Thursday are not the result of accident. Our entire buying c<>q>s are constantly on the lookout for out-of-the-ordinary values?and by dint of hard work and much eft >n they succeed in making each week a worthy successor of its predecessor. Tomorrow you win find big bargains at every counter. But read us aright. By "Bargains" we mean fresh, new merchandise of right quality at less money than you'll pay elsewhere. That's our defi nition of "Bargain." I__ $ stripes and polka dots; lace trim Ladies' Long Klmonaa. or Rotx*?. madr of White India Uuen. with pi# In blue ?nd pink bordera. Yoke back and front; wide aleeics, trimmed with ftilila. Kcgu- ux/ Jar 88c. value?for mui pin<u 69c, and guimpe 12 years. stvles. ?? med; high $ Sizes 5 to 12 years. 9 Bargain Thursday for. 1 $ I t s $ s s A special lot of Ladies' Undermuslins. con sisting of Gowns, embroidery and lace trim med; Ixmg and Short Skirts, with hem stitched ruffles and lace trimmings; French Corset Covers, trimmed with lace and inserting; Umbrella Drawers, Chemise and Chil dren's Dresses. Bargain Thursday for 47c, Ladies' Summer Corsets, of f batiste and coutil, in short, me- . dium and girdle styles. Lace trimmed. Sizes "p /rs\ ? 18 to 26 oj>VCc Ladies' Summer Petticoats of B ack and White Striped Percalinc; also Blue. Pink and Tan Madras and Percale. Made with two rows of graduated pleatlngs, trimmed with white folds. Some have ruffles, .trimmed with lace. Worth 118c. to $1.41). Bargain Thursday liu*o, nuiuun 69c, * 1 ? 9. $ 9 i 2 25 rolls of Extra Heavy Seam 9 less China Mattings; strictly rever ? sible and of superior quality. Reg % Bargain Thursday U65^c. f I 9 One hundred rolls of Fine Japanese L'nen warp Mattings, in the handsome carpet weaves and newest designs. Regular 36c. and 40c. quali ties?at $8.00 per roll of 40 yards?or. per yard.... uusome carpe 21c, I Case of large size Double Bed _ Spreads, in new Marseilles pat ? terns. Special for Bar gain Thursday 9 *? I ? 9 ? IP 9 % 44c, Yard-wide Imitation Linen Furniture Cov ering, in stripes of the same sort seen in the real linen goods at 50c. yard. Special for Bargain Thursday at.... 14c, 50 dozen 72x90 Englewood Bleached Sheets, deep hem, good quality. Bargain i| ^ ? Thursday Five cases of Fu'.l Yard-wide Bleached Cotton?good stanch quali ty that you'll like to use gjpy/ for underwear. Special fc^v /TV for Bargain Thursday q~V only at / (( y 300 dozen Absorbent Honey comb Towels, good size; full bleached. Bargain ^ Thursday for qj) 100 dozen Large-size Fruit Doileys. man damask, in neat dice patterns, red and blue borders. fringed all around. regularly for ?W?c. do Bargain Thursday. Ger with IS 3 9c, >c. ^ dow Special. . New lot of Silk Cause Fans, spangled and lace trimmed. Some with carved han dles. Latest designings and handsomest styles. Worth 75c and 89c. Bargain Thursday for 49c. Best quality Gas Tubing, with patent ends. All desired lengths. Bargain Thursday. "2 Tf / ^ per ft '. xu> Choice of newest styles in Indies' Slim mer Neckwear, consisting of Handkerchief Auto Ties, Rem Point Venice Sailor Collar, Pi.que Stocks in latest color- a lugs and Polka Dot Durk V Ejv sTf Sailor Collars with insertion nl/ (Lw and fancy Inwder. Choice. . Oil" hundred piece* of Wash G'xhIh, con sisting of ltatise and Dimities. In na*y grounds r-? CT/ only. with white ftgurt* Regular 12** quality, nj) for Bargain Thurnda* . / uj) Ladies' regular 25c. Light weight Summer Gloves, in black and gray. Bargain Yl A n Thursday onlv 11 ^ih^o A .1nst-arrived lot of Ladies' and Chil dren'*? Japanese Folding Fans. In a big variety of quaint and pret ty colorings and designs. Special qj/ \^q for Bargain .Thursday I % $ ? Walnut-finished Screen Doors, 9 with four panels, in all sizes (bring f measure), complete, /<. ? with fixtures Ay) 50 pieces Imported I .ace anil Satin Stripe Lappets; in plain colors of pink, light blue, black, lavender and linen, tl Regular 25c. value for. 11 a>*(L-o "Mill Ends" of All-silk Taffeta and Satin Gros Grain Ribbons. Nos. 9, 12, 16 and 22. All colors. Values up to^ LSc .'6J^c, Sterling Silver Hat Pins, in "Ping Pong" ami other in-west designs, p The latest fad for summer 1/ fc^\ jT* wear. Si?eelal for Bargain Afnl/ww Thursday ^ French Val. Lace, with Point de Esprit dot, in such high favor for trimming summer dresses. 12-yd. pieces for 10 pieces of 32 lorh Striped Madras, for shirts. shirt saints and shirt waist suits. We have N?en soiling It right along as an uneom monly go??d 12^c. Hargaii for .... f?n soiling It is an nix-om TT / in * Thursday ^ / c v t 9 ? r % "C v i r 9 t 9 9 ? 9 ; 9 | 9 i $ 50 pieces of Plain White Lining jjf Lawn, offered for Bargain Thursday per yard, for 5 49c, A special lot of Cambric and Swiss Lace strijHfd All-ovei-s. in as many as Hfteeu dif ferent patterns to select from. Very much desired for entire shirt waists. These are qualities fcnirf ro<*nlarly up to l#s<v yard?for 48>c, Plalu Colored Orgaudio. very sheer T>e Slratile eolors of pink, light blue, black, white, red. &c This Is value Thuradai ible colors of pink, light blue, bla? k HKatlO^c. Men's Balbriggan l"nd?*rwear. light sum rner weight. taped n*??k. Drawors with double *?*?t and suspender ta|x?n. Regu lar valine?for ?in, igiin f'uti 211c, 5,000 yards of brand-new Ger man Torchou Laces, in good va riety of pretty pat terns. Values up to 5c 11 ^C. New styles in Cambric. Swiss and Nain sook Embioideries, Insert ings and Beading*. The assortment is immense?the styles of the prettiest description. Kvery pi^^p in of the newest and daintiest d?*- ??? signing. Widths up 4 inebfs. Values easily worth 8c. and 10c. yard, for vl/vyo Regular 39c. Corded Wash Silks, in beautiful colorings of blue, pink, etc. For Bargain Thursday.... o A. Jergens & Co.'s Savon I^a Marquisa Toilet Soaps, in helio, \ iolet and white rose. Spe- Q> ? cial 0L0 i 9 r ? t V r ? I 9. I 3x Inehe* wide All w?*,l i re^m sti>nij s*'rJI' aud <'rvam Milk M?h?lr. |n>|i . ??, ul?r for nuiubkt wear. Heg- X\ ulm Mt. <|u?llty. For ltar *-|j-_ Salo Tliurnday ?t Bovs' Long Peak Caps, of crashes, linens and other light weight materials. Ideal for sum mer wear. For Bargain /f> _ Thursday k Vto 40-Inch All-wool Black Genuine Mistral Suiting rich, elegant tinish and fashi<:iiahl<> w<?ave. Reg ular 5P<\ ?piality?for liar- y gain Thursday 45c, Galvanized Iron Buckets, 8-qt. size. Bargain Thurs day for only. :: 11 Be, Ladies* Regular &Se to $1 4ft Vntriram?'d White and Tuaran Straw lists, t?oui>d in Mack veHret In 44m' t?ri?an sud walking shuisss. popu lar sty es* worn thfw jmiui rner. Special f?>r Bargain Thursday Goldenls-rg's "DRPEXDABLE" Paints. Varnishes. Stains, Knamels and Oils. Vari ety of 25. Special for liar gain Thursday IIou? Ladies' Light Straw Hats, with black binding; stylishly trimmed with two very large black or black and white chrysanthemums and ribbon. Very becoming styles? fresh from our own clever artists' hands. Regular $2.98 value. Bar- J gain Thursday ^ for I i 49c. % l 9 I $L4?f ? 9 ? Walnut-finished Extension ? Window Screens, with steel cen V ters; will fit any win- jj Newest styles in Tuck?d Satin Belts, with front and "back buckle. In oxidized and fancv metal. Also White c~n Moire Belts, with uickel V harness buckle. Special QjJ ^or $5 Unlined Silk Mohair Dress and Walking Skirts, blue, black and in gray?for 5c. Featherstitohed Braid piece 2T9C. Alex. King's 5<H)-yard Sp<*ol Cotton 3%c. 21c. Sliell Hairpins, new shapes?dozen.. 14e. 10c. GotT's &-yard pieces Skirt Braid....7c. 10. Gentiiu'' P??arl Buttons -dozen 5<-. SOc. Gibson Shirt Waist Bntttuis-dozen..3'A . Choice of I^idieis* Oxf??rds. Slippers and Colonial Ties. Black and Ch?**olate p.rowu Vlcl Kid Oxfords; also Patent Leather, With high an?l low heels, light, pliabh soles; also extension soles; sizes 2\^ t<^ Worth $2.00 *$L1 Boys' Regular 50c. and 69c. Wash Suits, of crash, Galatea "cloth and madras. Sizes 3 to 8 years Ladies' and Misses' Untrimmed Jap. Rough Straw Hats, in all pop ular shapes; some faced in black straw. Regular 50c. Ej? to 98c. values i * 9 t i Ladles' .Shirt Waist Suits of Batiste and Linen Lawn. The former are in blaek polka4dots 011 white grounds (both the neat, small* and medium-size dotsj. Waists are made with full tucked front and back and skirts are cut with deep tkffinec. $T>.oo values. Special ; $2.69 Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests, low neck, sleeveless. Taped neck and arms. Bargain Thurs- Sc. ? dav. each, for. Indies' Handsome White Waists, eonslst Ing of fine sh<H?r quality IVrnian lawn, with all-over Swiss embroidered fronts and yoke with thirty rows of tucking, with fancy hemstitched <i?llar and rufTs. Button-ln-tlie back or button 1n the-frout styles. Also elulmrately trimmed <'olor?*d Waists of the tn? able mateiiila. Regul and $1.'JU value> for. . ... Iiiriiinit "IJK". imed Ctdorinl nest fashi<>u- ([ 1) Regular $1.? Ladies' regular $1.50 and $1.79 New Summer Wrapjjers, of Lawn. Dimity and Batiste?in newest colorings, and trimmed exquisite ly with laces, ruffles and braid. All sizes. OO _ Choice OOLo Miss Lollta Robertson, California; Miss Al ma Cheatham, Texas: Miss Kloise Wortii ington, District of Columbia. Second in termediate class?First premiums, M-ss Ruth Quinn, Arkansas; Miss Amelia Swift, Mississippi. Third intermediate class?First premium, Miss Bernadette Shea, District of Columbia. Languages. Latin, second-)** senior class?Premium. Miss Katherine Dowling. Kentucky. Fourth senior class?Premium, Miss Elise Smith, Virginia. First intermediate class?Premi ums, Miss Angela Clark, Maryland; Miss Mary Kelley, Pennsylvania. French, second senior class?Premiums, Miss Florence Rieger, North Carolina: Miss Stella Head, Pennsylvania. Third senior class?First premiums, Miss Gertrude Mc Donnell,-Ohio: Mies Gkralaine O'Brien, Ne-w York. Fourth senior class?Premiums, Miss Marie Carmelite Byrnes, Louisiana: Miss Alice Eversman, District of Columbia. In termediate class?Premium, Miss Nina Har rison, Texas. Elementary class?First premipms. Miss Helen Wallis, District of Columbia; Miss Elise Smith, Virg nia. German, second senior class?First pre miums. Miss Mary Lynch, Pennsylvania: Miss Frances Fleit?, Michigan. Third sen ior class?Premium, Miss Alice Eversman, District of Columbia. Fourth senior class First premium, Miss Violette Loekwood, New York. Elementary class?First pre mium, Miss Francis Potts, Maryland. Spanish?Premium, Miss Frances Bell, Pennsylvania Penmanship and Music. Penmanship, third senior class?Pre miums, Miss Elisabeth Mulligan. Illinois: Miss Mary Clark, District of Columbia. Fourth senior class?Premiums, Miss Doley Joanna Turtle,Florida: Miss Louise Winter. Second intermediate class?Premium, Miss Alice McQuail, Pennsylvania. Third Inter mediate class?First premiums. Miss Mar ian King. District of Columbia: Mtsn An na Kengla, District of Columbia. Elemen tary diss?Premium, Miss Iflise Howe, District- of GOhmHMa. Music?Piano, second senior ekws?Pre miums, Miss Katherine Romarifca, Wiscon sin: Miss Geraldine O'Brien, New York. Third ?enlor elaas?Medal. Miss Anna Blake Biokers. Georgia; ft rat premium. Miss Marv Kelley, Pennsylvania, Fourth senior class?First premium. Miss Marie Ray. Dialrict of Columbia. First Interme diate class?First premiums, Miss Nina Harrison. Texas; Miss Mary Curtis. Illi nois; Miss Mary Flynn, Pennsylvania. Sec ond intermediate class?First premiums. Miss Angela Clark, Maryland; Miss Antoi nette Ray. District of Columbia; Miss laa belle Clark. Michigan. Harp?Premium. Miss Marie Sullivan. IHinois. Violin?Premium, Miss Florence Rieger, North Carolina. Vocal music, third senior class?Pre mium, Miss Alice Eversman. District of Columbia. Fourth senior class?Premiums. Miss Hester La veil, Oregon; Miss Margue rite Buekicr, Texas. Painting and Drawing. Painting, drawing, &c. (oil painting from still life)?First premium. Miss Hilda Booker. Virginia. Landscape in oil?Pre mium. Miss Louise Winter, Pennsylvania. Flower painting in oil?Premium, Miss Teresa Lane. District of Columbia. Water color painting?Premiums. Miss Margaret Wathtn, Kentucky; Miss Marguerite Buck ler. Texas; Miss Vlolette Look wood. New York; Miss Agnes Waggaman. District of Columbia. China painting?Premiums. Miss Winifred Ryan. Missouri; Miss Zoe Schol ia*!. Missouri. Object drawing?First pre miums. Miss Marie Powers, Missouri; Miss Alice Mcljuali, Pennsylvania. Antique class?Premiums. Miss Florence MoCros sin. Alabama; Miss Amelia Swift. Missis sippi. Pen and ink drawing?Premium, Miss Isabella Clark, Michigan. Pyrogra phy?Premhime. Mies Marguerite Roraad ka. Wisconsin; Miss Anna Magrane. Mass achusetts; Miss Mary Clune. Indiana; Miss Marie McShane. Nebraska. Plain sewing?First premiums. Miss Hee ter Lovell. Oregon: Miss Delia Beale, New Jersey: Mhss Nina'Harrison, Texas. Housekeeping Housekeeping?Premiums. Miss Margue rite Romadka. Wisconsin; Miss Anna Green. Missouri; Miss Marie Powers, Missouri; Mix* Margaret Wathea, Kentucky; Mi?a Sarah Kennedy, Connecticut; Miss Geral dlne O'Brien. New York; Miss Katherine Dowllng. Kentucky; Miss Florence Mo Crosaln, Alabama; Miss Nina Harrison. Texas; Miss Lucy Jones, District of Co lumbia; Miss Ductile Synnon, NMmiska; Miss Annate lie (Juinn, Arkansas; Mtsa Mary Flynn, Pennsylvania; Miss Annie Hum bo, Pennsylvania; Mlas X'incentla Hill. Kentucky; Miss l>oley Joanna Turtle. Flor ida; Miss Louise Oblinger. Pennsylvania; Miss Helen Hnughman. Maryland: Mlsa Amelia Swift. Mississippi; Miss Florence Booker, Virginia. Recommends Paring of Alley. Mr. Warner Stutler. superitlt< ndent of the street cleaning department, recently called the attention of the District Commissioners t? the bad condition cf the nil*-}- in the square bounded by !)th and loth. N and O streets. Mr. Stutler recommends that the east alley running north and socih and that part of tiie south aiiey running es.ut and west, beginning at !>th street and end ing at the east alley, be paved. Health Offi cer Woodward expressed the opinion that he could not properly certify that suggest < d improvrmc nts are necessary t? the public health at the present time. Captain Newcomer ha* recommended that the paving of the alley t?e Included In the next list of such work advertised for exe cuttpn -under the assessment system It la explained that the existing ptwmem is of cobble and ta bod condition, and shbultl be replaced by one of more modern l j pe. In tbc interest of .public-comfott and safety The DUtr'ct Commissioners. acting on the recommendation of Captain H. C. Newcomer, acting engineer commission) r, have granted authority' to William Camp bell to locate a bout blacking stand In front of -practises 7"?> North Capitol street, la accordance with th? order of the Com mission*? nr April 14, 1MB0. R to stated that tikis permission was granted beoauae there Is no other stand of the kind la ? neighborhood.