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ITH seventy complete
naturally have good t
ber of just such thin
at specially low prices
This sale includes several clas
parts of lines; large lots and small
were equally anxious to sell quick3
Shirt Waist Suits.
A lot of Women's New Linen
Shirt Waist Suits, in red, blue and
gray; waist Is regular tailor-made
style with skirt; skirt is made nine
gored with wide flare, and all seams
are piped with black and white; all
Special price, $7.o each.
Regular price, $9.75
Shirt Waist Suits.
Pure White Butchers' Linen Shiit
Waist Suits, skirt and waist are all
over vertically trimmed with narrow
torchon insertion, alternating with
box plaits; made with the new man
dolin sleeves and finished with large
pearl buttons; all sizes.
Special price, $i5.oo each.
Regular price, $18.50
Black Peau de Sole
Silk Blouse Jackets.
Made collarless, with military
shoulder lapels and with shirring on
sleeves and below the bust; lined all
through with white silk; all sizes.
Special price, $12.50 each.
Regular price, $18-50.
Tbird foor, New building.
Black Foulard Silk.
6o yards Black Foulard Silk, fast
color, for linings, waists, etc.
29c. a yard.
Regular price,. 65c.
78 yards Printed Pongees, natural
color ground with printed figures,
suitable for dresses, waists, etc.
75c. a yard.
Regular prices, $1.25 and $1.50.
Main Zoor. New building.
Colored Dress Goods.
Beautiful Wool and Silk and
Wool Fabrics, including Eoliennes,
Crepes, Check Suitings, etc., at re
duced prices for clearance. All
bright, fresh goods and highly de
4 pieces Fancy Striped Mystral,
green and light gray.
75c. a yard. Was $1.oo.
2 parts of pieces Fancy Checked
Suiting, light weight, tan and green
with flecks of white.
75c. a yard. Was $i.oo.
3 parts of pieces Silk and Wool
Eolienne, in cadet blue, navy blue
and dark tan.
$i.oo a yard. Was $1.50.
3 parts of pieces Silk and Wool
Bourette Crepe de Paris, in black,
navy and tan, flecked with white.
$1.50 a yard. Was $2.50.
Main foor, New building.
Black Dress Goods.
Several handsome one-of-a-kind
Dress Patterns of Black Grenadines,
in silk stripe and lace effects, at
clearance prices. Included also are
Grenadines by the yard and one
very elegant silk ribbon stripe
Grenadine Robe-all marked at re
I Dress Pattern All-silk Plaid
$8.5o. Was $12.oo.
i Dress Pattern All-silk Polka
$io-50. Was $14.oo.
I Dress Pattern All-silk Open
$io-50. Was $14.oo.
i Dress Pattern Ribbon-striped
1 Dress Pattern All-silk Lace-ef
$12.50. Was $i7-50
45 yards 21-inch All-silk Fancy
$i.oo a yard. Was $i.75
x Dress Robe, All-silk Ribbon
stripe Grenadine, very handsome
$25.oo. Was $35-oo.
Maim floor. New building.
Cotton Dress Goods.
Thousands of yards of new and
beautiful Wash Fabrics, comprising
the most popular sorts for summer
wear-half price, less than half,
Printed Lawns, 9c. a yard.
12%/c. Printed Madras, roe.
i8c. Printed Lace Lawns, 142%c.
i 5c. Printed Batiste Lawns, I2%/c.
i8c. Printed Corded Madras, 12%ac.
25c. Mercerized Ginghams,' 123/c.
25c. Woven Madras, 12%/c.
37%/c. Scotch Madras, 15c.
25c. Madras Brilliantee, 15c.
5o Fanc E ~,h Madras, i9e.
50Women's Parasols, in plain
oor, dainty stripes and pretty
. New York-WASHII
Store will close at 5;30 P
!, unique stores under one roof, stocke
iings-special values-at all times. F<
s as are demanded at this season for
at Half, Some Nearly I
ses of merchandise from our regular s
lots as the case may be. It also inclu
r. And they are interesting all the way
A collection of beautiful Trimmed
Hats for women and misses. All
white and the -dainty light effects in
Leghorns, chips, Tuscans and rough
straws, with trimmings of roses,
malines, Persian ribbons, shaded
velvet ribbons, etc. Pretty Garden
Hats and hats for dress and general
summer wear. The majority of them
are fresh from our work rooms and
have never been shown.
We offer them at the very
Special price, $8.00.
Values, $1obo and $12.00.
Mllinery Salon, Second loor. Tenth et.
P. N. Summer Corsets.
A small lot (io dozen in all) "P.
N." Summer Corsets, made of light- )
weight batiste, in one of the most
popular styles-straight front and
long hips, with elastics attached. All
Special price, 79c- t
Women's Dressing Sacques, made
Kimona style of dainty figured
lawn; yoke back and front; border
of plain white lawn. ti
29c. each. -
Regular price, 50c.
Third door, Eleventh .t.
Chemise Gowns. t
Made of good quality nainsook, s
chemise style, with low round neck
and short sleeves; trimmed with
embroidery or lace run with ribbon.
Regular price, $1.38.
Third floor, Eleventh .t.
Children's Pique Reefers.
A lot of Children's White Pique h
Reefers, made with large sailor col
lar and shield and finished with
Regular price, $5-5o
Children's Volle - Coats. -
Children's French Voile Coats,
lined with white silk; capes elabor- I
ately trimmed with lace and edged -
with plaited silk; lined with white
Regular price, $16.50.
Infants' Dept., Third loor, Eleventh st.
Sheer Grass Linen.
25 pieces Grass Linen, natural (
flax color, very sheer and fine; 45 c
inches wide. Suitable for waists i.
and entire dresses. Fresh, new p
goods, just arrived. 1i
25C. per yard. I
Regular price, 50c. a
Lace Stripe Lawn.a
1,ooo yards Lace Stripe Novelty
Lawn, in a great variety of pretty
effects. For waists, dresses and
12%/c. per yard.
Regular price, 18c.
Second floor, Eeventh it.
Boys' Russian Blouse Suits, wash
able fabrics ; handsome, dressy lit- 1
tle suits, prettily trimmed and braid- I
ed; bloomer pants ; sizes 2%/ to 6.
Regular value, $2.25.
Madras Shirt Blouses. t
Boys' Madras Shirt Blouses, with d
collars attached or with laundered ~
neckbands; handsome, stylish pat- t
terns; all new fresh goods; sizes 4 a
Regular value, 75c- s
Washable Sailor Suits.
Boys' Washable Sailor Blouse
Suits, in blue duck and striped
galatea, light and dark effects;
made perfectly plain, with lanyard
and whistle ; sizes 3 to 1.
Special value, $x.oo each.
Third floor. Tenth .t.
June Wedding (lifts..
We are showing the richest -speci
mens, including New Metal
Lamps, in both imported Japanese
bronzes and the domestic wrought
iron effects, which harmonize so
prettily with the new Japanese Pa
per Shades. We call especial atten
tion to the following Decorated
Lamps, which we have just reduced
in price to close out:
Desated Kanes ae Glebuo. ucamlte.
Were $5-00. Now $3-9.
Were $650 Now $4-5o
D.....t.i Ia....a Ghb... -r.
Were #6.5.. Now $5-00
.,M; until further notice.
d with up-to-date merchandise, colle<
>r this occasion, however, we have g
personal and home uses, and shall <
laif, Some Less Than I
tocks of this season's production at
des some very attractive lots of 1
N Thurnday morning we shall
Matting. These are all stric
Japanese Mattings and rang
yard rolls. Among them ar
riish up to 8o Yards. They will be so
effect a quick clearance we will sell
40c. Mattings, 27c.
35c. Mattings, 23c.
30c. Mattings, 20c.
27.c. Mattings, 18c.
They are all fresh Mattings prod
terns and colorings are the best. I
present use or later can save a third
Second Boor, New building.
qen's Lisle Sox.
50 dozen pairs, just received, of
fen's Sox, some lisle, some cotton,
ith woven and embroidered figures
nd stripes. Colors include two
)ned effects and stripes. These
re very fine goods and an excep
35Q., 3 pairs for $x.oo.
The usual 5oc. grade.
len's Bath Robes.
We have purchased direct from
ie manufacturer a lot of Men's
:otton Terry Bath Robes, which we
ffer at a special -price. They rep
esent the ends of several lines and
iclude quite a variety of neat pat
ems and desirable colorings. All
$2.oo, $3.25 and $5.oo each.
Values, $2.50, $4.oo and $7.oo.
Main floor, entrance, from F and Tenth ats.
6o dozen pairs Women's Black
.isle Thread Hose, in several pretty
ice effects-an excellent value.
15c., 2 pairs for 25c.
Regular price, i9c.
Main floor, F at.
40 dozen Women's Swiss Ribbed
,isle-finish Vests, openwork mesh
20C., 3 for 50c.
Regular price, 25c.
Main floor, P at.
mported Desk Clocks.
Handsome French Gilt Desk
locks, with je'weled dial plate en
losed in heavy crystal ball. There
but one-of-a-kind, and being im
orted by us direct, they are not
kely to have a duplicate anywhere.
lake charming wedding presents,
s they are decorative as well as ex
ellent timekeepers. We offer them
t half price.
$4.0o ea'ch. Were $8.00.,
$5.0o each. Were $10.00.
$6.00 each. Were $12.oo.
$7.00 each. Were $14.0o.
$7-50 each. Were $15.00.
$8.25 each. Were $16.5o
$10.oo each. Were $20.00.
$x 5.00 each. Were $30-o0.
flarble Busts, Figures
Several one-of-a-kind Marble
lusts, Figures and Pedestals offer
d at greatly reduced prices in order
> close them out at once.
They are handsome pieces of our
irect importation, and at the new
rices afford rare opportunity for
bie purchase of wedding gifts that
re elegant and at the same time
.ot likely to be duplicated.
The following subjects are repre
lusts and Figures.
venua de canova.
$30.00. Was $5o-oo
$7-50. Was $12.o0.
$7.50. Was $12.oo.
$8.oo. Was $12.00.
$8.00. Was $1o.oo.
$8.oo. Was $12.00.
$8.oo. Was $12.00.
Apollo da Balvedere.
$10.00. Was $15-00.
$8.50. Was $xo.oo,
$r5.oo. Was $ao.o)
$i6-5o- Was $2500.
$25.0o. Was $3o.00.
$I8-50. Was $z25-00
ted by people who know how, we
atheied together a goodly num
>ffer- them tomorrow. Thursday,
clearance prices-full lines and
erchandise which ian4*actute
offer for clearance 118 rolls of
:tly perfct, joitdes. 'China and
e in lengths from 15 yards to 40
i 16 patterns of which we can fur
Id only by the roll or piece and to
the entire lot at 3 off the original
25c. Mattiags, 17c.
22%c. Mattings, 15%c.
20c. Mattings, 13Kc.
. 18c. Mattings, 12c.
uced for this season and the pat
[ousekeepers who need matting for
by buying at this sale.
:ut Olass for
June Wedding Gifts.
Rich Cut Glass makes an idea
wedding gift, and it is a-never-end
ng source of satisfaction to tht
Iousewife. Our June Cut Glass salt
affers unusual values in brilliant
:hoicely cut American Cut Glass
We take this opportunity of reduc
ng our stock in order that we maj
iave a very small quantity to carry
through the summer months.
Some of the many excellent val
Cut Glass Footed Punch Bowl.
Was $37.50. Now $29-75.
Cut Glass Punch Bowl, larger sloe without toot.
Was. $37-50. Now $29-5o
Cut Glass Sherbet Bowl.
. Was $25.oo. Now $2o.oo.
Out Glass Salad Bowl, large se.
Wis $17.50. Now $15.oo.
Out Glau Slad Bowl, lalge else.
Was $15.00- Now $12,50.
Cut Glass Salad Bwl. arge sse.
Was $12.3. -log 1fv 0.00.
Cat Glass Ice Cream Traf!t J I
Was $15.oo. Now-$12.50
Cut Glass lee Cream Ttayr) - .'? -
Was $x5o. Now $io.oo.
Cut Glass Celery Tray.
Was $4.50. Now $3.0.
Cut Glass Celer Tray.
7-Inch Cut Glass Bowl.
Was $7.50. .Now) $5.00.
8-Ineb Cot Glass Bowl.
Was $47 * -50
9-inch Cut Glass Bow1
Was $7.50.' 'Now ;-50.
Cut Glass Sugar and Cream set.
Was $4.oo. - Now $
Cut Glass Vise. -
Was $8-5o. Now $6.5o.
Clearance Sale of
Small lots embracing Real Ara
bian, Imitation Arabian, Brussels
'ambour Muslin, N-ottilglia'li ls
Ruffled Muslin and Silk Cross
ftripe,- etc. To close them out- w<
)ffer same at 3 to 2 off regulai
Real Arabian, mounted on bes
-uality French cable het, 5p incheE
ide and 32 yards long. They art
this season's newest and best pro
luctions-curtains that we importe<
it a considerable saving for lik<
3 pairs, $6.oo. Were $9.00.
3 pairs, $ro.oo. Were $13-50
2 pairs, $12-50. Were $25-oo.
Imitation Arabian Curtains, ii
Eive rich and beautiful patterns.
$3.65. Were $5-oo
1o pairs Brussels Curtains, heava
lesigihs, mounted on fine Brusseli
rnet. 50 inches wide, 3 yards long.
2 pairs, $10.oo. Were $1i6-5o
3 pairs, $12.co. Were $18.oo.
2 pairs, $12.oo. Were $16-50
3 pairs, $16-50- Were $22-50
Nottingham Curtains, in pattern
that closely imitate real Brussels
[rish Point and Renaissance.
3 pairs, $2.50. Were $3-75
3 pairs, $2-75. Were $4.00.
3 pairs, $3.0o. Were $4.50.
2 pairs, $4.oo. Were $5-50
3 pairs, $5.0o. Were $7-50
2 pairs, $3-06. Were $4.00.
xi pairs Muslin Gurtains, in white
lace striped and tamboaI effects.
4 pairs, $2.o. TWe$3-oo.
2 pairs, $2.oo. Werg.$2.75.
2 pairs, $3-00. rV e ~45O,
3 pairs, $1.50-. ,Wee -o-.
Summer MadrasWrlpins, in plaii
yellow, pink and and and other
with cross stripes 'bt pink and red
and green. Reducog~tcrose at th
uniform price, 1
egularie $d $-oo
Bound in full leather, with flexibi
back and red under goldt edges
D~ivinity circuit with domplete teach
ers' helps, maps,- sotes and . illu
trations; clear, leitile type 0on good
Regular va) ee$z A)o.
Tx -Bibles fer~ehurch and Es
day school use; ladsksely bosn
BIST O GRAUS OF WAAi
IMGTON RM 8 OO..
rom.mnea..+ E iseds to Take Pla
at Conveiftion Han the Even
Ing of June 17.
The commencement exercises of t
Washington high schools mentioned-4
Central, Western and Eastern-wiR tal
place in Convention Han Wednesday eve
ing, June 17. Music for the occasion w
be furnished by the Marine Band Orcelsta
and the program will be opened with
The invocation will be offered by Re
James H. W. Blake, and Commission
Henry B. P. Macfarland will deliver tl
Introductory address. Tife principal a
dress to the graduates will be made 1
Justice Seth Shepard of the Court ot A
peals for the District of Columbia, as
Superintendent A. T. Stuart of the Distri
public schools will award the soholarshil
and prime to the successful graduates am
Comissloner John 'Biddle will present ti
The list of graduates who will recei
diplomas from the several high schools
the exercises Wednesday night has bee
prepared. The following list includes ti
names of all the graduates, with the pa
sible exception of a very small numb
who may be added to the list upon the r
moval of certain conditions.
Central High SchooL
Ada Adams, Esther May Behrend, Ett,
Bell. Alma Elizabeth Bischoff. Annia Eli
both Bodmer,. Minnie Ella Bres, Lea" Mi
Brown, Blanche Virginia Browning, Louis
Chatfield. Isabell Clark. Natalie Ringwa
Cowell, Addle Parkin-Stacy Criswell, Ma;
Eleanore Cuddy. Maye Llewellyn Elk
Ruby Gillespie Elliott, Mary Scott En
mons, Irene Kennedy Ernst. Regina Ad
laide Fits Simons, Mary Lilian Fond
Louise Goodwilig, Lillian Elsie Helk
Helen Hall. Henry. Anna Caroline Jac
Mabel Mathewson Keiller. Evelyn Lu
Kemp. Florence Jennie King, Winifri
Mary King. Ella Owen Latham, Caroly
Fanning Leech. Jessie Loucks, Cora M
Carty, Alice, Olivia McCauley, Maz
Ella McCauley, Ethel Hanna M
Cleary. Grace McLaurine. Rosemar
McNamra, Marguerite McPherson, An
Magee. Edna Richardson Merillat, Hele
Wirt Merriam. Elsie Eleonore Michai..
Bertha Julia Amalla MorL Nor Oiber
Louise Josephine O'Neill, Lucy Taber Po
Sarah Ellen Price. Blanch Pusha
Ruth Bergman Richards. Sarah Mi
Richardson. Edna Marie Ricketi
Julia Isabel Rosse, Annin Salsbur
Mabel Lavina Scott, Lucile Shafer, Dor
thea Foote Sherman, Anna May Smal1woo
Virginia Bartlett Sullivan. Mary Ella Ta:
lor, Grace Thompson, Jane Olive Vesse
Marie Wahlgren. May Marguerite Walku
Estelle Parthenia Wild, Edith Angel Wile
Marie Denning Williams, Elizabeth Nortc
Wilson; Helen Winter, Edith Agatb
Wright, Ida Rogers Younger, Ralph
Archibald, Curtis Beall Backus, Robe
Ashton Bayard, George Tinny Bean, Leo
Brody, Robson De S. Brown, John Condi
Carpenter, Ernest Jordan Davis. Robe
Howsman Hay, Lewis Clark Hoge, Sidne
Francis Jones, Henry Roemer Kaspar, A
vin Ward King, Eugene Carner Kinnea
Paul Edgar Lesh, Paul Bentley Lum, Jol
Rudisill Milburn, Henry Joseph Mille
Maurice Malcolm Moore, John Claren<
Parsons, John Maxwell Pearson, Robe
Blaine Purcell, John Simpson Powers, Job
Frederick Reid, Burt Freeman Salabur
Louis Townsend Scudder, Clarence Des
Taylor,' Kenneth Taylor, Joseph Hen,
Eastern High School.
Florence Read Bailey, Frances Gunb
Bethune, Elizabeth Harding Burrough
Bessie Franklin Butler, Josephine Byro
Inez Louise Cadel, Isabel Rhoda Cipe
Clara Luella Combs, Ida Theresa ,Poyl
Ruth Dumont. Clara May Ellis, kab
Lodise Foote. Mabel Josephine Frye, Sarm
Elizabeth Gedney. Laura Robinson Glanc
Louise Goff Hart, Capitola Virginia He
linberger, Grace Houchen, Bessie Rui
Knight, Margaret Mary Lockwood, Ves1
Ldekwood. Louise Winifred McCoy, Geo
ganna. Maria Maynard, Nelle Blancd
Mitchell. Josephine Catherine Morriso
Sallie Belle Myers, 'Amy Simonds, Kat
eryne Loretta Thom, Karl Morgan Bloc
Robert Leech Bradshaw, Dudley Seymoi
Bright, Coursen Baxter Conklin, Dona
Alexander Craig, William Albert Drape
Henderson Fowler Hill. Ferdinand Herma
Jaeger, William Alfred Kemper, Georg
Sparr Luckett. Robert Isaac Lyon, Phil
Outerbridge McQueen, William Shon
Nicholson, Charles Douglas Porch, Henr
Richard Schreiber, John George Steini
George Warren Swift, George Freder
Thompson, Frank Asbury Turner.
Western High SchooL
Carrie Louise Baker, Eva Baker, Ro
Mary Ball, Mary Simpson Birch, Alic
Elizabeth Concklin, Susan Torbert Da
Irymple, Mary Morsell Duvall, Carola
Benning Green, Mary Beatrice Hillear
Ethel Anita Holtsclaw, Edna Jean Middi
ton, Rachel Lewis Millard, Viola Offul
Florence Maud Pruett, Helen Petrea Rile
Ruth Rizer, Leonora George Rouser, Edil
Thompson, Vera Voorhels Vaughan, Ohi
Howard Waring, Marie Egloff Wetsel, Ma
garet Stanton Western, Hope Willis, Wil
l am Clarke Alexander, jr.; Cheater Morre
Clark, Charles Vest Coombe, Andrew Bogi
Drum, jr.; Herbert Bainbridge Hayde
Edgar Philemon Hulse, James Philip Ke
by, John Belle Rhodes. Wilfred Everal
Roach, Harry Edwin Shilling, Chandi,
White Smith, John Hlnchman Stoke
James Robert Van Denbergh, Charles Beri
The Class- Committeee.
The executive committees of the gradua
ing classes in the several high schools a
composed as follows:
Central High School-Lewis Clark Hos
president; Evelyn Lulu Kemp, vice prea
dent; Edna Marie Ricketta, secretary; Jol
Rudisill Milburn, treasurer; Dorothea Foo
Sherman, Paul Bentley Lum, Ethel Hanm
McCleary, John Maxwell Pearson, Ali<
Olivia McCauley, Ruth Bergman Richard
Mary Eleanore Cuddy, Henry Joseph Mille
Eastern High School-Robert Laee
Bradshbir, president; Laura Robinst
Glancy. vice president; Mabel Louise Fool
secretary; Dudley Seymour Bright, trea
urer; Charles Douglas Porch. Elisabe
Harding Burroughs, William Shomo Nic
olson, Ruth Dumont.
Western High School-Chester Morrn
Clark, president; Ruth Riser, vice prel
dent; Alice Elisabeth Concklin, secretar
William Clarke Alexapder, Jr., treasure
John Beli Rhodes, Jr.; Edna Jean Middl
The public mchools of Washingrton ir
close on the 17th -Instant for their usu
. TjHU. IZIl@EEE EAL."
Anna Katherine Green'. Latest as
PTh Fiige Da" a rna
teetive story, by Anna Katherine Gree
author of "The Leewenth C~ase,f "a
hind Closed Doors" and other bysts
stories,, will 10printed in The Evemia
Star as a dijserial, benag Stards
The scena of "The Filigree Be is 1=
an Wlsheton," givlinge it am spela in
est for resders of The Evening Biar.
is a story of abso'rbing iners and t
unraveltng of-the mystery. +e--any t
[ deaths of goveraljs sinanoold s
an t nwe s e bsut
to thu eeJ im~emlSg bsg i
anc tht eacha~ ta
, "RIP VAN WILNKL.
John T. Sullivan
ly A~n p,%" at the Lafatte this weft.
Star: "Mr. Sullivan again Yed the coura
4 endveetlllt..which have so safearei im.
Post: "Mrt. Sullivan scored tnemic~ uns
Production deering of much praie.
Id Times: "Performance well worth seein. X
16 Sulivan's Inperoonstiou excelent- it
-Lt Thie Entire Stoc.ii of '
1214 F Street,
M Off Regular
Extra! 500 manufacturer's
', samples of Upholstery Goods,
S 1Y2 yards to 3 yards in length
lu to go at ONE-HALF former
business Is to be discontinued
7 TU; dstock and fixtures disposed
of at less Than actual cost
in RA Carpets,
2, /0 Rugs,
off Drapeiles and
No goods will be reserved or ex
changed-and no "charges" made.
1214 F St. N.W.
. WIN OW
Y SCREEN, 12
r, A Fine Screen Door complete for 65e.
r John B. Espey, "10. av-,
WE ARE EXPERT WATOR REPAIRERS.
Y i e. Ila 15
Watch Cry*- IL
e.*||7- 1e ,.75C
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
A. KAHN, 935:V N.W
h Main Store,
8Io-86 7th St.
Ir Our list of small lots and
e, value-giving and reasonableness
, The brisk buying of the last few%
P tion, which must be dosed out.
$1.50 Waists, 59c.
Broken lots from our recent sale of
High-class Waists, bought at a great
saving. They are made of the most
durable, yet coolest, summer ma
iOterials. trimmed In the dshintit mn-n
ner, and altogether perfect and swell
te In every detail; worth P150. Thur.
(Man Store Only.)
12%c. Percales, 7lc.
'0 36 inches wde; wort 2 Thurs
(Main tore Only.)
4 barns; lovely assortment of styles; sold
r at 12%4c. Thursday at 9%~c.
s, (Main Store Only.)
9c. India Linens, 67cc.
Short lengths of India Linen*; worth
t- 9c. Thursday at 6%~c.
'0 (Main Store Only.)
e12g4. Lawns, 6%c.
I- Lot of -Holly" Batiste Lawns; sold
a elsewhere at 12%c. Thursday at 6%Ac.
(Main Store Only.)
25c. Aprons, 17c.
sGood quality Gingham Aprons; worth
r- 25c. Thursday only at 17c.
S(Main Store Only.)
-S c. Corsets, 25c.
Ii 50 dozen Batiste and Summner Net
1- Corsets; perfect fitting; full boned;
worth S0c. Will go at Noc..
w (Main Stbre Only.)
5domen Muslin Drawers, trimmed
and tucked; worth 23e. Thuruday only
5Sc. (owns, 25c.
25 dozen Muslin Gowns; yoke of fne
tucha and ruffle trimmad; worth U0c.
Wiligo at 25c.
d (Main Store Only.)
50c. Skirts, 29c.
S wtairufeabotm worth Ua
m- Thurda t e.
bMai Tamorany, s
A at er athiatg ts a We ..
mohat-whIas been fo. Is to t .
ms atatetmry material fe aAdn the
water quickly a" retaaing Its ape sa"
Wmart appearance. Very dainty Dathing
elta of Mack and bu. moair. beasutfty
trimmed with white. Mack and red-at
$2.25 to $7.
Natty, Walking Skirts of Black
and Cream Sicilian,
dsinesi as the nwes summer pat
Lterft-en elegantly tailore nd n.
Ask to see our incomparable
showing of White Mad
ras and Lawn Wash $
Waists at............... i
WM. H. McKNEW,
Gas. D.C. Agents for Dr. Jaee Uadewese,
Se D.C. Agents for Cntemeui GW.
933 Pa. Ave.
S l MNG. RDER
0 nALI NOW. W" M.K PICMS
U WM. J. ZEH,
)jt, 702 11TH NT. N.W.
"Mixed With 3911k
Instead of Water."
goes from the oven
to your table
we make It and
if we retaill It.
That's why -MIL - BRAD
Is so good. We can afford to
use the very best materials,
and we do use the very best.
bc. a loaf, delivered.
I Holmes' Bakery,
ist & E sts. 'Phone East 864.
Our Optician Will Examine Your
-and properly adjust glasses for bom
A. 0. HUTTERLY. 612 G at. n.w. je1O-d
oth Balls, C
Keep the bos out of doe fars,
,~,*oveemais and winter elothing b
~ ekng hemaway with Meth~.i
le.Onlye. Ib., delivered at
ITIKEflSO' 'PRARMACt, 11th am& G sin.
ji,715 Market Space
odds for this Thursday exceeds in
of price any we ever compounded.
days has left quite an accumula
These prices ought to do it. For
75c. and $1 Hats, 29c.
All the latest styles, walkiag, dress,
and shirt waist styles for ladies,
misses and children. In the fashiona
ble plain straws and rough straws. In
cluded also are a number of the popu
lar burnts. in the most desirable
shapes and colors. Hats that ordina
rily sell at 75c and $1.00-to go Thurs
day at 29c.
(At Both Stores.)
S1 to $2 Hlats. 49c.
Among the Untrimmed Hats are
Tuscans, burnt straws, chiffon., silk,
and braid hats in whites and colors
and In all the latest and best summer
shapes. Machine-made Hats and Hats
on wire frames. All--over tucked chif
fon and silk Hats, Tuscan flats for la
dies, misses and children In the fash
ionable rough straw. Among the
ready-to-w1ear Trimmed Hats will be
found plain and rough straws, shirt
waist styles, trimmed with ribbon,
velvet, soft effects, straw braid effects.
and quills, in blacks. whites, blues and
reds. Remember, actual $1, $1.50 and
-.$2 values. *Thursday at 40c.
(At Both Stores.)
$1 Palm Beach Sallors,57c
The fashionable Wide-brim and Low
crown Trimmed Sailors, In Senette
and Rough Straw; white, black,
burnt and navy effects. Never sold at
less than $t. Special, S7c.
(At Both Stores.)
15c. Taffeta Ribbons, l0c.
Large lot of Ta~eta and Loulsine
Ribbons, 8% inches wide; black. white,
mink. blue, red and castor; worth 15c.
Vat. Laces, 2c.
New Summner Val. Laces, Insertion.
Rough and Double Beading. Also the
. Iace-edge Ueadie. Tn...day,
per yard, Sc.
- MiStore Only.)
* I2.Laces, 5c.
bowknot, -straight, wave, double-edge
- and graduating mealfon= Oval, tas
- and square sars= Worth 1Sc. a
-yard. Thursday, Sc.
(Main Store Only.)
Toilet Soaps, 4c.
rer XRmed Tonst eSa,., witch
-Hanal, Florida Water, lIle. Eypdan
Rose and Violet. Thursday, per cake,
(Main Stora Only)
Peniefnne , earat0bstm. e
Crnation, Pink. Whets Rome, Joaber
cab ad Crab Appla. .obe-ense kel
(Main State Only)
ekle ef igh-grade