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Extracts from Mme. Yale's famous lecture on beauty. wisdom OF A wise woman will always endeavor to look her best and retain her youthful appearance as long as possible. A faded woma. is a menace to good breeding and true womanhood. Pretty Girls do not always remain young and beauti ful. Old age has singled them all out for his prey some day. Be up in arms against "Old Father Time"-he is a ruthless old reveler and~will rob you if he can. The wise women of this generation do not covet beauty for vain or Idle purposes. but as a home purifer and the glorious infiuence that it yields In shaping the aairs in human evolution. Yale Beauty Prices. Mme. Yale's Skin Food removes wrinkles- $1.50 c ;'-. $1.30 & $.45 Mme. Yale's Complexion Cream makes rough skin smooth: $1.00 per Jar. Our eut price........................ 7 Mm&. Yales Hair Tbnic restore. health and natural color to hair; $1.00 per bot tie. Our cut price.................... Mme. Yale's Bleach elears the com pxlxon oft leIshes; $2.00 per $ DoItt. Our cut price................ .85 Mme. Yale's Hand Whitener makes ugly hands soft, white and pretty; $1.00 per bottle. Our cut price....................... . Mne. Yale peal Lotion No. 1 cure pimples and blackhead; $1.00 per bottle. Our cut price............................... Mae. Yale's Special Ointment No. 2 cures skin diseases; $1.00 per jar. Our cut price.................................... e Mme. Yale's Bust Food develops the bust, makes neck plump 1.60 & eutw s.... $1.30 & $2.45 Mme. Yale's Corn Cure cures permanently soft corns, hard corns and calloses, takes soreness out of corse in half hour; 25 cents. Goaran teed to cura. Our cut price............ 2 Mme. Yale's Fraiteura, a tonic for curing woman's complaints. restoring tone and vitality to the system. $1.00 per bottle. Our cut price................................... . All of Mme. Yale's other prepara tions at equally low prices. S. KANN, SONS & CO., 8th STREET and PENNA. AVE. Clearance of Fireplace Goods, Lamps, Lamp Globes, Gas Portables, Gas and Oil Heaters At25%O f HE entire winter stock must be closed out before the new goods for spring are placed on show. We've Made the reduction 25 per cent, so as to make the bargains as irresistible as possible. OIL HEATERS. Were. Now. Oil Heaters......... 75 $6.5 Oil Heaters......... 00 $4.50 Oil Heaters.......... .25 $3.94 Oil Heaters.......... 75 $2.81 .GAS HEATERS. Were. Now. Gas Heaters..... .800 $6.00 Gas Heaters.. .....75 $.06 * Gas Heaters........$ 5.75 $132 Gas Heaters........$2.75 $2.05 GAS PORTABLES. Were. Now. Gas Portables...... 50 $6.38 Gas Portables.......; .0 $6.00 * Gas Portables...$5.75 $4.32 * Gas Portables...$4.50 $3.38 -Gas Portables.... .$3350 $2.63 Gas Portables, complete, for as little as $r.50. LAMPS. Were. Now. Lamps...........$.16.50$1 8 Lamps............$15.00 $11.25 Lamps...........$.10.00 $7.50 Lamps............$5.50 $4.13 Lamps.............$4.00 $300 Lamps.............$3.75S22 Lamps.............2 $2.75 Reading Lamps, complete, $1.50-. FIREPLACE GOODS. Were. Now. 1 pair Andirons...53.75 $40.00 *1 paIr Andirons..$18.00 $13.50 1 paIr AndIrons...$7.25 $5.44 1 pair AndIrons.. $5.75 $4.32 1 FIre Set..........$18.00 $13.50 1Fire Set..........$11.75 $8.82 1 Fire Set...........$8.00 $6.00 3 Fire Set...........$4 .3 $3.19 ::Shedd7i".. 432 Ninth Street. Expert Watch R?' er. a. E amu. U F a.w. I was a sufferer from indi * gestion and found Ripans Tabules the only medicine that helped me. I am con vinced from my own experi ence that thyare a great remedy fo intesion -h '4 at pres M te.ns s a am eg~ aul..sassa in battle 0 eata sea ~a swa *er apar Cea 0 V Piano, Iics rimly Hthe e l WEin of the a&nd ezjoYment tIs tio-Wht wil greatly aid t i n l1t 204 per sadhrs An P It w tht tse thu n +atW per~e conditbiskoyad has the& some stool and sarf, oft,.sand -M free delivery. lUt send it to your home temorrow al you have to do i to y A umam d posit-the balance 0 ,0.!tW Bradburylle,*o, F. G. Smith, Manufacturer, x225 Pennsylvania Avenue. It W. P. VAN-WICKLE, Manager. -: - - - : - - - -- - - Smoot,Coffe & McCalley 1216FSt. 'Phone725. -Neckwear, -Veillings, -Ribbons, -Gloves, -Hosiery. Every department is rapidly re ceiving its full quota of new goods for the spring season. As usual the various lines are notably -rich In things that show quality and - style of - the highest degree. Despite its evident superiority, - however, there in a price reason ableness about everything shown* that's most attractive. New Neckwear. -Beautiful line of fine Liberty Bilk Ruffs and Capes, in black, white and black 53050 and white; pric ed up from..... -Newest Silk and Crepe Stock Ties; in white and all col ors; daintily em broldered; priced up from................. -Iine Linen and Lace Collars and Sets of Collar and Cults; priced up -25 o from............... New Ribbons. -Splendid npw stock. of ib bons suitable for every purpose. -Fine 5-inch Satin Taffeta Ribbon, .in . all colors, p 2r ..... -Fine line of -ancy Gauze Ribbon, hand embroidered dots; alsoRo man stripe and plaid Ribboas, 5 inches wide. New Gloves. -Just received a new lot of those popular. Euglish Cape Gloves for .Ladies all mises, in tan, brown and red. Special............ - Golf Gloves, 35c. and 50c. Iosiery-Special -Ladies' real Maco e -Cotton Hose, onyx -fast black, fall reg-2 -ular made, special, per pair........... - '3 pairs for $r. Smioot, Coffer& McCanIey i 1 216FPSt. -I Flour That Can Be Relied Upon -- -mae nh BSryan' S aaad t.j "rd "PRIE PLORI' e''e"" home..'" Flour. " aoAe=I . - .C.Bryan,?4: N. Y. Ave. ?Iet -rw~Ta) T Mkeost LUCCA -,e ,y.n u OLIVE EE Eff Wh."" SOIL,i-eNUiN te meaaS The W. Thompson Phlarnlacy,,os 5sth se mFRANK 0. f35.Nurag Have your eyes exarnined free. We not only make no charge fpg.thb servce but asi: you to feel noA shold oureqiy glaseshe obsraneof Waada ae IN PUBLIC 80100L8 LUT AD ADDR:R& Observanie of Program Provid4 by Doard of TA~d Cinmittee IaigFeaturm. With patriotic addrees and songs, sup plemented with drills and marching exer cises, the public- schools 6f the District of Columbia today observed W&hn=ton's birthday annIversary, under the auspices of the Board of Trade. The exercises ban at 1:80 o'clock this afternoon and the cele bration was quite general throughout the District. The addresses were delivered by the speakers designated In yesterday's Star, while the pupils of the schools also partici pated largely in the observance. Red, white and blue bunting and American flags were the characteristic features of the decorations in the various school build ings. The exercises were attended by many parents and friends of the pupils, and the sehtiments of loyalty and national pride expressed by the orators were cheered With enthusiasm. In general the speakers referred to the life and character of George Washington. with occasional references of local interest in regard to his part in the founding of the city which bears his name. His early struggles as a sUrveyor, his services as a soldier, and as President of the United States, were mentioned In terms of high praise. His devotion to his country, as evi deuced by his self-sacrifice and the hard ships endured vthile leader of the Amerl can forces In the struggle for independ ent government, was depicted forcefully, and the younger.generation were urged to emulate his example of patriotism and de votion to principles. Many comparisons were drawn between the country of Washington's time and that of today. The development of resources, the inventions for facitating business and trade, and the increased opportunities for development of men and women along in teiligent lines were also mentioned in the various addresses. The exercises at Eastern High , School were presided over by Dr. A. P. Fardoll, and the principal address was made by Commissioner H. B. F. Macfarland. The members of the school assisted In the pro gram with songs and recitations and flag drills. Xr. Eaefarland's Address. Following the introduction by the pre siding ofieer, Mr. Macfarland spoke in part as follows. "In the city which Washington founded and planned, which bears his name, and jon Capitol Hill, where he would have had a winter residence if he had lived, we Washingtonians ought to celebrate Wash ington's birthday with Intelligence as well as enthusiasm. We know that Washink ton's feet trod the very soil of this hil;. we know that from it he looked westward beyond the rising Capitol. to the Pres dent's house, and so on up the Potomac toward the west. which he won for the United States, and that he looked from it southward toward Alexandria and Mount Vernon. "We ought to be able with all the knowl edge within our reach to make him real to ourselves, and so to get the greatest benefit of his example. It he is unre;a to us he is, but a myth. JWt we need to know him as a man, not, like Greenough?s heroic and unnatural statue in front of. the Capitol, but as in the Itfelike and - life size Houdon statui reproduced In Statuary Hall. We see then that he- was : a M*an. with like passions as ours. but with a self mastery that enabled him to be mastei of all other men and the greatest servant this country had. The more we know of him the more we admire him, and even love him.. onmmissioner' West as Orator. Commissioner Henry L. West delivered the address at Central High School, and the exercises were presided over by Mr. John W. Douglass. At Western High School James T. DuBois was the speaker and Thomas .W. Smith presided. At the other. high schools the presiding officers and speakers, respectively. were as follows: Business. George Truesdell. E. Southard Parker: McKinley Manual Training Schlbol, Cuno H. Rudolph, William H. Singletor M Street High School, Charles B. Purvis, Dr. Robert Reyburn; Armstrong Manual Training School, William H. Richards, W. H. H. Hart; Miner School, Joe. R.. MIller, John C. Dancy. - Other Schools. The exercises in all the schools were very similar, including songs, recitations .andi drills. Those of the Emery School were held at St. Martin's Hall, and were presided over by Mr. R. A. Serven, and Rev. Eugene Hannan delivered the address. Miss Mary Boss presided at the pianb. Among the recitations were "The Battle of Trenton,'' Miss Mary Darrah; "Barbara Frietchie," Miss Ethel Sylvester, and "Washington's Birthday," Miss Pauline Hunt. Others par ticipating In the program were Misses Olive Drake. Ina Fagan, Cornelia Trudgian and Ethel Espey and Master Leo Harbison. Rev. W. M. Nevins delivered the address at Van Buren School and Dr. J. A. Watson presided. Master Benedict Finotti recited extracts from Washingtpn'a farewell ad dress, and music was furnished by the school orchestra. 'Among others taking part in the program were Miss Mary Jett, Miss Lottie Sherzer and Miss Annie Butler. At Anthony Bowen School the features of the program were as follows: Addess by Mrs. R.. E. Lawson, "Washington and Lin coin;" Mise Bertha Scott, .a cornet solo; "Mt. Vernon Bells," Wiliam Bell; "Cham pion of Liberty." Louise Bohannan. The pro grain also included recitations by Mary Cunningrham, Leithea Green, Odessa Smih Edna Alexander, Irving Bright, William Opey, Edna Bryant and a solo by Beatrice Smallwood. The exercises were presided over by Mr. Willis A. Madden. The program at the Potomac School In ciuded choruses, recitations, fag salute and stereopticon talk. The participants were John Miller, Agnes Kilerlane, Abner Lake-. nan, Louis Klopfer, Jacob Marman, Eddie Reynolds and R. I. Hesaler. The exercises at the Webb School wet presided over by Mr. Loring (Chapll and the address was delivered by Mr. Joseph 1) Sullivan. The- program Included mnany at tractive feature., the participants being: Elsie Barbour. Mae Rae, Anna Uheld, Lee Weight. Helen Walker, John Carroli, Ra,y Talbert, mares Newn,e Bernard Heiden.. reich, John Miler,- Olve Ne*on, Elsie WII lie, Johni nhmsn, Marie Brcs4Wm. laan Weiter Vangbn, Christisia Lot fl. Evurette Mflier, Katie McGraw, iAlinaa and Dra Vangba Hayes Scbool-Mr. John C. Deidon re sidingl Mr.'Edgar G. Calvett, speaker, and the following: Fierence Baker, Mrs (h, L. True..Barbara 1Fisuchhols,. Abe True, Eath leen Kuighton. Blair Uchool-Mr. Robert A. Bebuett, pr siding; Rev. J. Edwin Amspeaker. Blmae Sceol-Mr.. John G. Chanllee pre sling: Bev. K B. Baghy, ~m .ad the Iceowing pupDs: Marart Katm. wine 900ese, Master Paul 1.Amsr Mis ather Armstran, Master Lemo An, iss Reina Mbet, prmeMne: Mr. Auma A Wnej lag an address. ?'he gg.vh au r w44sqp tb. ivetk Wt day tmorrow-a day I %pgepen drawn on tU needs deand-av4 to ftiv Of COurse. Ti byo 6 ductory specie $1.75 Cors4 A special lot about oo dozen made .f thi-best quality sateeen, i ping. Only .,white and drab i"rthi Regular $1.75 Corsets, but we bou and can sell:them aL............. UnderwearUnderpriceu -Te new sprifg Mercerimd Petticoats have arrive4, bout 15 different styles in all. -TXi have a luster like silk, same made- with deep Vandike accor dian pleaek rfines, with rose ouilting at top aft%otto& others have smal ruf fles and telW Made in all lengths wI!-the "full Rare. 98C. The introductory price........... About Dl dos:-Ladis*e Drawers made Sambric rues with clusters of tucks, and- finished-iiith Lace and Em1bridery. Your chaIce of COen at ciqsed -styles, in all 2 Men'g furnishings. A large- assortment of the new est and. neatest designs in Men's Madras Neglige Shirts, in stripes and figures,in black and white, blue and white and all good wash able coloA. Full regular made, with. gatfered yoke, gusseted and perfect: fitting. Special price for Sat- 7 c 0 14rday.... ... Men's White Unlaundered Dress Shirts, in plain and pleated bosom styis. Made of best qual ity muslin; pure linen bosom; pat ent stays iud gussets; cushion neckband; ftll cut and made to fit perfectly. 'Most all sizes. Reg%ar $1.oo and $ii; shirts, 5 9c . markedst. .. NewfqSpfing Dresses. The nevDSpring Dresses for Girls are m84e of qgsbmere and Serge. The styles to fd-viece Sailor Suits and some faM med. Lined throughout with the Iest ity lining; waists are trimmed I a Vy effective manner with Fancy Pla4ffj SR, Buttons and Ribbon. The colorb Ynch!? blue, red. brown anx*red' Sizes 6 tb 14 years. Spedial pride for . tom(irrou ..-...'.../ Belts imtloflet Articles Alr" * 'efin Tenn de Sole Btts, hfe with.tabs and the tu ABl~ i- C. Taffeb aand Pea fe Eole Belts, made the .taIlpa,me:sway-; some with - the front an* baek-buekle -and Anlited with bishop -tabs. -Tbe ;leckles alone are worth. twice the priceasked. Your-choice at the lot tomor-49c row &t..................... Colgate's *ao Powderi. 5 odors' ... .15c. -75c, Genine Bristle &air Btushes .4or. Menen',s, oilet Tlmun Powde...12%c. Hard Rubber Dressing-Combg, guar anteed 6 months..........5. Jergen's Soap, at full line of 15 differ ent odors-84 cakes for...23c. 75c. Oval,and Square Celluloid Mir rors....L.e............... ...49 hildreds Knit Toques Children's Hand-knit Toques, in white -and- dark dlors; with -pink' and b je stripet atid finished with tas eels; also Knit Sacques, with borders. At the special pria 2 GOLDEN participating: John. Walker. Fannie Jones, Elgerton Buck, ar,tht)r Jones, Harry Yettok. The Erogramns Rriesy Outinel. Gardiner H Edbbard 'School-Mr. Fulton. Lewis, presiding; Rev. M. Roes Flahburn, speaker: Frances- Evarts, Janet Little. Margaret *Hamilton, Ethel Tubins, Carrie McKinley, .Craig .Sears, Alice Coughlin, Martha,Swornstedt, Melina Willuon, George Middistoe.Ballagj Galloway. Taylor--Mr. Leiuel Towers- Jr.. presid #ng; Rev.- David .W-. Mont.gomery, speaker. Llncoln-M. P,.Ahad presiding; Rev. A. C. Garnier. snaakay. Ambush-R0v. , Mr. Waters. pralingr; Rev. Mr. Herber,t, speaker; Lena Thomas, Albert CflAmptO. )Zederick .Morris, Ger trude Winters. LIuntadIa Liverpool, Reuben Tayler, Maggie. ..Ghmona. Amy Madison, Chester Bimmons, Jessie Marshall, SaFah Newome. Mamnie Wormiley, M1. Dorsey, Maud Smith, mratbl 3borsey, Wilam Penn. Olarence .WPMaams, iJoseph Frasier, An draw Bur'es,x t Delapey., Nora New soase, Etem, ~ raxton, EEmet Starks, Beth Landon, Ag nes Beverly. Mh*9tL'aylor, -Elenora Cote nElsabiggpe. florace Dowling, Giddlus-R5M.itI, presiding, Rev. U. W. Olair, MpaU .aEla Sankli, Har' Mwil,m ElauilaotWIlllam Arnold,. Chas. Wlnsams, V B 'ertha etnama delle, John Welts, Rbsa Colmn. e, Darotluy Prkere badle Prtt ~'e4Mr. Dr laa Hess --se~ Mart- M Takm a- ',M.Jea . Clark;W..Pat;JSe beath, WaI. Beach, Dona Ese 'loec - ~mben bor1t u-:s nnwim~ ays WhirV( to start the week with a a big daya businem-the bat will stand as the reco supply their best bargans make the prices so iftesisti clearance attractions are -n Is in new goods for the dawi its for 69c. rhompson's Glove-fitting Cdrsets, ti medium length, with sateen strip ; lot. Sizes 18 to 36. Kht this lot special c Winter Gloves Reduced $1.25 Genuine Mocha Gloves, 2 clasps.89c. 79c. Percey Kid Gloves. All colors and sizes ................... ............... ' 25c. Imported Golf Gloves.,..........19c. 50c. Kayser's Golf Gloves..............37c. 19c. Ladles' and phildreirs Wool Mitts ................................12%c. 25c. Children's Golf Gloves............19c. Flannelette Kimonas. A beautiful assortment of Ladles' Long Flannelette Kimonas. in neat pink and blue stripes, with double yokes and plain borders down .front and on sleeves. All sizes In this lot; reduced to.................. 9C Flannelette Gowns. Those Comfortable Flannelette Gowns for Ladies, mr-e long and wide, prettily trimmed with fancy braid and tucks. The best flannelette is used In these gowns-with narrow pink and blue strIpee running through. Sies 14 to 17; reduced to...... * White and-Gingham Dresses, Children's White and Gingham Dresses, trimmed with pretty embroidery. Sizes 6 months to 3 yeare. Spectal price...... e Children's Underwear. Children's Heavy Muslin Drawers, in 2 styles, all seatbs felled, deep hem with cluster of tucks; also hem stitched styles. Sizes range from 2 to, 12 yearm Special at .................... l2 2 * Children's little Beauty Waists, made of Jean and Canton Flannel, in the corded and full front styles, with 2 rows of buttons. Size from 1 to 12 years. Regular 25c. value for 1ot Saturday .......................... 9 Boys' Clothing. Boys' Fine Tailor-made Cossack and Long Peefers, made of the very finest quality kersey, beaver, cheviot and vicuna cloth, In tan, blue, Oxford, gray and garnet; sizes 3 to 7 years. Wed rather let 'hem go at a sacrifice than carry them over till next $2 season. Regular $5.00 value. 49 Clearance price....,.......... Boys' and Chldren's AU wool and- Worsted -Fancy To. boggan Caps. The regular 50c. .kind, tomorrow at............... * -Boys' White Cape Collars; all sizes from 10% to 12%. That kind that sells everywhere at y2%e., tomorrow, 3 for........... e 50 different patterns in Boys' Wool Kue Pants. all made with patent waist band and taped seams: have hip and aide pockets. Light and dark designs, In sises 3 to 16 years. The regular M0e. kind. Saturday's special price...................... 3 Youths' Long Trouser Suits, in heavy weights, made in single-breasted style of strictly all-wool cheviot, In neat and dark patterns. All sizes from 15 to .2 years. To close out this lot of regular 30.00 winter-weight Suits to make room for the spring goods we've. cut the price to Boys' Navy Blue Wool Flannel Waists and Blouse Waists, with collars at tached. All sizes from 4 to 13 years. Regular 50c. and 75c. 3O Waists, marked to close at..,.. 3ERG'S, Se bel, George Royer, Minnie Wilson, Frank Colemnan. Marcellus Brent. Geo. Somervie. Magruder-Mr. J. W. Ewing, presiding; Mr. John P.- Green, speaker; Earnest Foot, Charles Johnson, Ma Belie White, Frank Jones, Minnie Forest, Frank Cook, Mis. N. E. Dyson, Gladys Booker. Heten-Dawiey. PhilHips-H. W. Hewlett, presiding; Rey. W. H. Gaines, speaker. Stevens-Rev. Oscar L. Mitchell, presid ing; Mrs. Mary C. Terrell, speaker; Edna Odrick. Ernest Sykes, Mr. Godman, Louise Jackson. Sumner-Mr. Arnold W. Scott, preidig; Rev.- Walter H. Brooks, speaker; Francis Wade, Alfred Selby, James Brown. Arthurj Burgess, Eugene Revella, Vernette Dixon, Helen Stokes, -Christme Jett, Kate Stewart, Eleanora Butler, Maggie Dlggs. Adella Fletcher. Hattie Akers, Emily Miller, Mary Roys. Antoinette Brook's, Lillian Buyke, Helen Butler, Mlldren Taylor, Margaret Dawson, Mattle Foley, Hope Lyons, James Jones, Burnette Robinson., 1Helen Harr'is, Ruth Hil. John Ewing, Grace Lancaster, Charles Fisher, Edward Gray, Clareki Smih, Alfred Marshall, Alice Framman ,s wald Burke and Evarts Carter. -Woradey--Mr. L. I. Petersen, presiding Etev. C. H. Steptoe, speaker: Sitka Warir,n Mamie Chapell.. Thomnas Robinson, Adaie C~arter', Beatrice Locks, Saaie Dbney, Beaa WIiams, Hugh (ray, Gertrude lones, Ar thur -Patker, Reger Fitshugh. Matilda Gen le, Edward Mintsemery, Margaret Gros Leser arts,Gertrude Grima, Georgine Cook, Xary' Lewis, Jaases WJa..Dolores Brown, George Tacker. '.reu I.aep, Marion Lewis, Ruth Mlddleton. 'ESth Sinaekum, Harry-Jackson, Janie Montgom ery, Violet Parhasa M,wie Resmi~, eer ett Johnma, Jas. Waaht.an, Neville Wa. tern, created Du.nmon tfaoeas traas ieave Washige- Us p.m., 81i p.m 'Oqpsta 11 Pla'a~aie.. The nsMaimmas ( gs p ib - *** esscm enese e- --grsiyis awai. -na~ -asms.i 3... SGDLDE3NBERO'S. f Bargain sh ouellinge but It is part beg9it of the week. W 'd day of the bargain seas -te put forth the goods thal ble In their lowness that sel unterous and notable, and ting season. Final Clearance of Furs 35 Ladies' Fur Neck Scarfs, in imitation marten, raccoon - and stone marten. Made in the broad back style and trimmed with nat ural fur tails. Regular - $5o value. Marked to close at ............. $1.98 Only 7 Electric Seal Muffs left, the full size barrel shape: lined with best qualI satin. Regular $2.98 values sin Price ............... $1.49 5 Handsome Sable Fox Muffs, elegant quality, full size. Regu lar $9.00 value. Clear- 9 ance Sale Price....... -4 O 10 Ladies' Isabella and Ameri can Fox Boas, so popular this sea son. Two full size natural brush tails. Sold-all the season at $i6.oo and $i8.oo. To close out the en tire lot we have mark ed them............. $9.98 22 Ladies' Fur Neck Scarfs and Pelerine Shape' Boas. Made of genuine- eastern mink, real mar ten and real beaver. Some trim nied with cluster of natural tails and others with long strgamers. Regular $7.oo, $8.oo and $io.oo Scarfs. Marked to close $ .5 at .... ............. Special i One lot of Ladies' $3.50 and $3.00 Winter Footwear, to be closed out to make room for the spring goods. This lot consists of kid, box calf, velour calf and enamel shoes with extension and 'invisible cork soles. All -sizes. Clearance Price ............... 67 Ladies' Shoes. in' button and lace styles, with hand-sewed welt flexible goles; also light turn and McKay sewed soles; patent tips and stock tips; mili tary and Cuban heels; reg ular $2.50 and $3 Footwear. To close at..................... . Young Ladies' and Misses' Ser viceable Shoes, in kidskin, box calf and patent leathers, with welt soles, low heels and spring heels. Sizes I 2 to 2 and 2y to~ 6.. -Values up to $2 in this lot. Marked for clearance Boy0 and youthi Shoes. in durable calf. boa calf and vici kid, with guar anteed solid oak soles; shoes that were made to sell for $2; all sizes in this lot and all are In sured Shoes. To close at....&.. 7t1illinery Ladies' Beautiful Black and White Tucked. Chiffon Hats, made on wire frmes in the"jewest shapes; large, me Jdiem and &nhIt sizes. Hats that.~usually* mel at $1 $1.25 Our ,price.............. The newest are the White and Black Moire Hats, 'with chiffon facings. We -.hw: themt ih the shepherdss and Gainsborough shapes. Reg ular $3.00 values. . for tomorrow .at.. ........ Thlose stylish PoitVenceColars,i butter, Arabian- and white. We pur chased a special lot of these - Collars, that sell regula.rly at tenth and I Introductory on 3 Cable Pi These pianos have just been Cabe pianzo factories, one of the tureis. They have been sentls count of their superior finish at handsome instruments and of ext We shall make the following them in order to bring them to ti lovers. We.can highly recommei Hobart M. Cable Upright Gi pedals, 4 foot 9 mahogany case. ~prce ......................... .... Terms, $25 cash and $10 per -Hobatt il. Cable Upright G sorner mnahogany case, very beast -introdstctory price.......... Hobart 15. 1Cable. Upright C tiful walnst case, a perfect work c ductory price. ..... 7thaad-St._S )ellng. Iculary glrtifyng to re planned for such a on. All, departments t the present season's Ulng will prove a mere they are augmented Flannel Waists. An excellent assortment '30 Ladies' French Flannel Waists, in a beautiful variety of shades. The lot consists of those pretty Flan nel Waists that sold all season at $2.00 and $2.50. For clearance sake we've marked them at. Ladles'HouseWrap Rich Persian and Scroll Design Flannelette Wrappers for ladies' housewear. Made in the pretty yoke effects, with shoulder epau lets and finished at bottom with extra full flounce. Some very pret ty styles trimmed in embroidery, Regular $1.48 and $1.69 Wrappers. Clearance Price ................ 7 Ladles' and Misses' Jackets. A special lot made up of Ladies' and Misses' Kersey Jackets, in tan. castor and black; ladies' sizes 3A, 34 and 36 only; children's 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16 years. Regular $7, $8, $xo and $12 values. $3 Marked to close at.... W [ Shoes. A special lot of Boys' All Solid Leather Shoes, made of box ca strong kid and velvet calf. A chance purchase of a special lot of regular $1.50 shoes; in sizes 1o to T3Y2, 13 to 2 and 236 to 55%, Special for Saturday's selling .............. $ .*10 A line of Lade' Evening sippers, comprising kidokin-and tent leathers. Regular $2.00 and $2. Slippers, in twenty different styles. All sizes, marked for clearanoe ._._.c__e$1.75 at......................$ .5 Misses' and Children's Kid, Bor Calf and Patent Leather Sioes, in button and. lace, with extension soles. Low heels and spring heels, Sizes 8 to. ioY and itY. to 2. Regular $1.25 Footwear. Special price for Satur-A9 day ... ... * V C Balance of the Ladies and Mimsse Warm House Slippers, Shoe. apt J liets. Only a small lot of these, ad they're in broken sies. SL9 and. $L23 are. the reglar4ft prices. To close at......... Specials. Large assortment of amif Pkvw ers, so much in demand for those pepu lar Flower Hats, as well as for trim ming. The lot consists of vie lets, Foliage and Roes. The kind that usualy sell at 25c. t,5C Special at................. A large, assortnent of the newest shapes in wire fres.j Special at................... id VeiHings. We never had snob a big variety o such pretty new meldies in Veiling. Among then you wll find the Complexion and Chiffoa Vell ingA special price on the5m ( Streets. At DROOP'S. Of fer eceived from the Hobart M. argest of the western manufac ~amples and were choseti on ac Ld musical worthe They are very uisite tone. special introductory prices on e attention of Washingto6 music dthem: 'and, 75/ octates3 Speia .introducory32 5 month. -and, with still land-. iful design. Spe $3E5 rand, in a very beiau f art. Special intro- p4 0 - " n rosewooda case. ed5yI iert..