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GOLDENBERG'S. 7th and K Sts.
Saturda 1 We've certainly started 1903 in the right way history of the store-and tomorrow's opportunities it with all force. If Goldenberg's can make another tion far in advance of the ordinary store's progress. R. SIXIEL& SO'9 Cr' AKS AND SUU S, 445 II T T NECW YORK .oo9 ~ SO XA Ladies' Coats, Worth $10, $15 and up to $18== You'll say they are worth every bit of it in com-$ parison with what you've seen. Some even more. In this lot are Genuin e Worumbo 'Mountenacs, lined in satin duchiesse and edged in duchiesse; English Broadcloth Kerseys, . in tan,. castor and black; lined in duchiesse and finished in applique I or inlaid panne velvet, fancy embroidery or tailored straps and 4 bands. 1 Also Handsome Black Kersey and 'Mountenac Coats, with full peau de soie lapels and revers, in splendid shades of tan and cas tor. They're short "hip" jackets, w ith broad revers and capes trim mned w\ithi row upon row of stitching and lined in duchesse. Beau-* tiful IBlack and Tanl 27 in.Jackets and( 27 in. -Monte Carlos; all elabo rately- trimmed and some regular "tailor made" jackets. Also some Handlsome Garnet Kersey jackets, with elaboratej trimmings of black velvet, and hundreds of other single garments too numerous to mention. The lot offers unquestionably the greatest values Sever known, and it will mark anl epoch in "sensational" selling. They are worth S1o, $15 and $18, and some even more. Tomorrow ......... ..................... I* L'5'--u~5 ' P. S.-Alterations, if any, at cost.$ A Hat Sale That's a Startler. l00 dozen Hats of almosit as, many <different kinds-for Ladies, Missam2hbie-ons -o becloe-u. hr -evle inteasrmn rm o.t r5,adwev iie hm it I L irs n es ' o a tsd n f ts W oTh $ 1 0,lo m r ce h sa o ' $a15dgs Andcoor tp o t$lofhr.1l clr .aon autgreat yBlac eencm vn" mre. ----25 I ti lo ware Genuin Xorbo Moun0toncs lined............n Wai AGAINss anBRESTED.i d cessary Ens tocreoh KresH X I ta, csto al~ lac: lne induas send finiyseda ming piqute iAvlane velaefanc. bodryo alr~lsrp n L AnlesBokns.homoed mlak whovadMonea otsihfl . eaused e soiclaptel ondc Cours imeddsaesoaadcs medfromth court bupdn reore of stthnenx-ndi chse eu plIne tJudg Scott andTa 27 carrcets al27i.oteCrs;aleb ratlvtrmmd aidsoe"eglack mtara." mad janswetinm Als smeHansoe aterey placet winth celaorater trimigs f lac vlve, ndhndres ofansfer singe docrmwts te prisoersnumereoower turtmoomindn. T e otofer uqstoappear that gr a eates dvalesid a evrknw, n i il ar npche ith dschsariong iermih enmoe ~~~11 is erana bonds and isome $5xlan otherlmnrandleftsth iouan.biadigcafte Aecurity istheemTofa2'0 aortisrappear ane 0he doe n couths famostanningeet.idsfrLais an1D the Clarnt fr n Southea to shning- ivdd he it bratng t bth o tne fractoar ics. hyr h aac fam r m a:'. Sft atsand atsof vtr ~giving hts.TubsRudHt *~During theiafternoonSBrookrecholed at *~ it ih~r ~ vvitan sm the ain hsoueroeudspnth 2 fny d~s nlighrsto till fthere gilln colsnaeakdfo 4 lirs Wrc ic.He was0 tgao l.stakennto.ustod,.an friens.seuredhis.eleae.on.....o..tera SOE OATRDA COA IN '- THE** ****'LAXIA emplo.o PoliceCourt nionkmr. andcndnsared Tato ionmea BAdMane $o.f a earh wJn1as' ansferd to*the"doc witohe The De dOL~p- qDI- 0ERYS. .nau ura tes Already we're doing some record seIfTg. Today ha guarantee a great Saturday sale. The--iron of oppori jump Into popularity in 1903 equal'Es 1902 record The Most Sensational Sale of Coats in the History of the House. Coats of the Finest Grade at Less Than Half Price. The letter on the left tells the story. We were notified that these goods were to be sold-and were given first chance at them. The fact t'hat we bought them tells how worthy the bargain was. The next train after the receipt of the letter bore our buyer to New York. Opportunity never slips by us. The coats were even better than we thought-although this maker's reputation stands for best in the world of coat making. He has embodied the cleverest style interpretations in them-the workmanship is thorough, the linings and finish fine-the fabrics of exceptional quality. The coats stand for the-best to-be had and we've got them to sell at prices about 40c. on the dollar. Never before in the history of wholesaling was there such an offer made-never before in the history of retailing were such prices quoted on such garments. Ladies' Coats, Worth $20, $25 and up to $10 $30= = = 300 of the finest garments that are made come to you at this sensational price. You will find in the lot Inmiported French Tan and.Castor Broadcloth Kersey Coats, 45 inchesrtong, lined -in satin duchesse, also coats in broadcloth, kersey, in tan ad castor, they're 50 inches long, lined in duchesse and trimmed -with - applique, and other coats with inlaid panne velvet trimmings- 6d 'stillothers with cording and tailored straps. Then, again, there are swell full-length Raans in tan, castor and black, made of imported broadcloth,, kersey ated ll Oxford Raglans, either plain or with single cape 'or avith d~abl4.capes. The . tan and castor Raglans are lined in satin 4Vchese, or'guaranteed satin, are made with full tailored straps and applique,.;na. some are made with the entire coat in inlaid velvet seais. In the same lot are choice Mountenacs and Worumbo Chev rons, in 27-inch jackets and also Broadcloth Kersey Jackets and Monte Carlos, with, fancy epaulets and revers. They're ined in satin luchesse. The styles and description -of all of these garments is beyond the power of cold type. You'll have to come and see them for yourself and you'll agree that nothing like such values have ever been known. Hundreds of garments and not one worth under $20 and from that up to $25 and $30, go on sale tomorrow for ........ "The Dependab1e Stoire," SevnthIb and X tet den Lnclns ro~saton lamto f Abaa icln' h et -4,~"~ Folwigi telsto nes M.e Lne Tr.ee. S. L. CorFrothers WRev. J. Anderson Taylor. Rev. -Wi. H. Hun dentLinolns Poclmaton. ter. R'ev. Dr. Rieves. Rev. A. G. Garner, Betwen wo unded ad treehunredDr. Charles B. Purvis. Judsbn W. Lyon., peole sseble attheMetopoita A.M.John C. Dancey, Perry~ H. Carson, John A. Sintgo. Je asonR.HTeel.W lamtin o Ara~m inoln Te eet Rv.B. .. Bading. Rev.t Wt B. aohso ingwar bld nde te aspiesof con-Rev. S. W. Brown. Dr. G. -H. Richardson, mitte rpreentng he eadng __Mr. Cyrus Fields Adams, Edgar L. Ken cletes mon th colredpeole.ward W. Turner. Prsiet.JhnW Couwll imp Es- . Cooper. WilsT. e..Det Mr . W. Cromel.n calln the meet Seto. ev Rbet onsnRe. . ..quitly drwn btenthe Hebrews held 7th and K Sts. The Dependable Store. Sta rtng i been one of the biggest Remnant Fridays in the unity is at white heat for us and we are hitting we'll have reached another stepping stone of ambi A Maker's Surplus Stock of Waists and Wrappers. Another sensation. You never saw it's like. We can say that because in the broader experience of conducting a store of this kind we've never seen greater values in like goods. French Flannel Waists, Worth $1.98,$2.29 and $2.48, THE WAISTS ARE ABSOLUTELY 9 PERFECT. They represent a maker's sur plus stock and he is a maker of fine waists. We will describe a few. They are in the finest genuine Botany French Flannel, with the new ducl.ess front trimmed in little sequin buttons; others are waists with full hem stitched and tailored folds all down the front; some have the new Gibson knife pleated fronts; some are finished with fancy tailored straps and also plain tailored bands and tucks, while still others have new tucking and fancy band edgings; all are in the newest and best of the season's styles. The colors include white, black, navy, rose, pink, electric, light blue, royal, reseda and tan; they are "exclusive" waists and no store could sell- them regularly under $1.98, $2.29 or $2.48; yet our price is only .................. 98c. Maker's Stock of Wrap= pers, worth $2, $2.50 & $2.98, The same old story of the maker who9 8 had too much stock, and we bought him out at our price. 250 dozen of the Finest Persian and Ori ental French Flannelle Wrappers at about 33c. on the dollar. Handsome creations, trim med in silk and- satin ribbons, laces and in sertions; some in bolero effects; some have the sailor collars trimmed in lace; others are trimmed with yokes of black, white stitched and finished with silk-finished sateens; others are set off in Persian bands and Persian trimmings. There are also some Persian effect Kimonas, with wide band trimmings to match and some German Eiderdowns, handsomely trimmed in braid. All are the newest and most exclusive effects; in fact, they are pretty enough to be dignified by the name of "house gowns." All colors are represented-pink, light blue, lavender, rose, tan, navy, garnet, etc. All sizes up to 44. These Wrappers are all the famous "sani tary make" Wrappers; cut extra full; have separate fitted dress maker linings; deep knee flounces; somse of which are trimmed, and taken all in all are the finest and prettiest wrappers that are made to sell at $2.o, $2.50 and $2.98. To morrdw's price.................................. 9 c N, B.-Ter'ms of sale: No mail orders filled; none to dealers January Salle of IBoys Another clearance-important to every parent in town-for it it lower than you ever expected. Boys' Navy Blue Wool Serge Sailor Any of our Youths' Blouse Suits; sizes 3 to 10 yearsm-deep collar, silk sewn. pants lined with ailesla Trouser Suits now on hand, in -black silk necktie attach ed. Perfect fitting. Regular value, $3.00. fancy cassimere cloths. Sizes 15 Allof ur 0c.grae o B~s' Dim to 20 years, neat checks and in All of our 50c. grade of Boy^' Fancy Knee Pants; sizes 3 to 3 c vsbepad n tie;nwcl 16 years. For Saturday.... leeftigsae*ihbodpd 'Boys' 35.00 grade Fancy Cossack ddsoles r adtioe Coats; sizes 3 to 8 years. in Paddock an fishdwtbetotrm and Military styles; in gray friezes and mig.Wagurned Ths blue cheviots and fancy meltons. Saturday's special *9 Sissl pt i price.....................'Tobclsdutfr o0 Boys' $4.00 grade of Navy Blue Chev- By'$.0gaeo ac w-ic iots and Wide Wale Serges, two-piece NoflSut:szs3o8 Suits, in double-breasted - eri hvitadcsi styles: sizes 7 to 16 years. mr. eue o au- 4 Reduced fo SaturdayouserW Sdits.now..on.hand,..in fac csimr co. Sizs1 lege ittig shae, wt bratpd Tobeclse.ot or. -was not in the plans and purposes of Pr ident Lincoln. Milltary necessity cas him, the speaker said, to fall in withi TION. mse upsso ~ lihy elapsed after the crossing of the Red sea ete'idsra o ihreua before the Israelites possssd th prom- vl',btboh ndt heet ised land. The recent deliverances of Pr'em. ess- ogv pwrt h uiUu ident Roosevelt, the plea of former Pres!. tt .H.i-o ae nogns dent Cleveland. the expressions et Hobeon ?dteCnlWo Jh ateHm and Judge Spier, both northern and south- ~ e~lc yPo.Jh .Ly ern men. republicans and democrats-oillfiie h m~clfaue.Rv ) events of the last six weeks-tend to show Hi.lepso ftecucmd h a change in the current of public opinion, nuodtebndcin he said. indicating an end of the negros - a~ frge eera rmCa journey in the wilderness and his entrance . i,'sroslls upon the promised land of open Onprtu- ~ ~ LI .DogmGog nity' and avenues other than thos of ht.P .3 ~cbc n r.M menial service. - ..TrIt hs a enoege Aeaed W.. Scott spoke on the theme tps saMl., "The Youth the Hope of the Race," and ".YmatoitclVfe Vu .drew pictures:-in contrast of conditions to- - . Cm day and those when Prs=mnt Llacoig Is sued his proe--mtiu.L Rev. L.ewi C. Sheaf. traced "od'. guiding haul' in the , conitons Inunediately stesintto the Te~s~St~i abg civil war ani durn f pr64ren whea 115 h3itewn dmso even a dismostton purpotesfofswtte Almighty. lution o-the ne itznThseat was eithr inustial or ghereduati I OLDENBERG'S. IV II )ales. Store Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturdays: 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. January Stock=Re ducing Sale of Shoes. Going to bring the shoe stock down several thousand dollars in the next few days. Saturday's specials tell you how we'll do it. Insured shoes, too-and the guar antee goes with them just the same as if you paid full price. It's a clearance sale in a way and you know no price cut stands in the way of a clearance when we determine on it. Misses' and Children's Hand-sewed Welt Shoes. in kid skin, box calf. pat ent calf and patent kid-lace and but ton-made with oak leather soles; sizes 8% to 2. Regu lar price. $2.00. January Sale Price.................. $ Boys' Strong Servicable Shoes. made to resist hard wear. in strong kid, velvet calf. Iox calf and patent leather; sizes 13 to 5a. A regular $1.75 and $2.00 line. January Sale Price.................. * A lot of Men's Shoes shaiply rcduc'ed for clearance. In Vici Kid, Box Calf, H4ux Fnam.'l anl Velvtt Calf. Regular price. $2.50 and $200. All sizes. January Sale Price.................. A lot of Men's. Ladles' and Boys' House Slippers, in leather, embroidery and cloth. Every size. Worth 50c. and (Mc. Sale 37c. Price .........................* Boys' and Girls' Cloth and Jersey Leggings, with or with out straps; 3 to 10 years. 33c. Worth 50c. Sale Price....... Ladles' $3.00 and $2.50 Shoes cut for clearance. Choice of 1:2 st) les. in Pat. Kid. Pat. Colt. Vici Kid. V lour Calf and Enamel. Welt and turn soles; also Invisible cork$1.9 soles. Sale Price............. 100 pairs Ladies' Stylish Walking Boots, including the extra high cut, in light, medium and heavy weigh4s; but ton and lace: every pair our own regu lar stock, but cut for clearance. Actually worth 1.50 $2.00 and $2.50. Sale Price... Ladles' 10 - button Black Cloth Overgaiters; size 3 to 8. 1 9c Worth 2kc. Sale Price........... ' Wear. eans clothing the boys at prices Boys' Flannelette N.ight Robes, the 50c. sort. for....... Boys' Whit, Laundered Stiff-bosom Shirts, "garland" cushion neckband. 50c style, for Sat-3 , urday ..........................* Boys' 50c. All-wool Toboggan WortedToqesany color. 39c. Boys' Navy Blue All-wool Flannel Blouse Waists; sizes 4 to 13 years; small collar attached. 39c Special prce................... Boys' and Children's Broad-brim, Camel's Hair Hats, in tan, brown, blue, gray, green and red 0c and 600. values.39 Reduc t................. * * - - ---I - Deat of E. Abni . ig Albini W .1tm Kig iowo.d win N. King and- daughter of the bte er, James Wittia.. one of the oldest and meat re- h ighly gen-t.ao eitiuuns of Waeltm.t~ on and whom oiler asidats wili rseer~1* as st having lived ea 4%~ strest asi C strest .northwest, passed away at the hems of her io, angste. Ms. T. 3. BfIile. 3 Ceresram ofstreet northwest. Tuesday' evening last. n- actively engagsd ia chreh wesh. sugu=anny e- during ths pe-o of the ha~ling of eld Foundry Chuiwh, wn ahe was fo~samet La pose. Per the past few yeas aebi s wed a. P.- inesea a sea Ulmyse3w h aths 5I. Wa.m~** at e er be .Chore. - s. e