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Thts Paal This PW R Roy al coupon Ro y al coupon Sand 7c. entitle and 7c. entitle i bearer to cabl net-size photo- bearer to cabi grnph of both net-sise photo adMr. FaR-,vl graph of both Rar. r lt Tomorrow (Friday) is to be "Tourist's Day" and very spe- Mr. Parker and banks. G o o d 3(. Davis. Good only for Friday. cial prices are to be quoted. The list below will remind one of only for Friday, July '29, 19O. July 29, 1904. needs and assure a saving in dollars and cents. x _ _ Pre. I Initials or name, with or without address, on trunks and bags bought at the Palais Royal. I - I 25 Per Cent Discount. Suit Case, $2.95. This Bag, $1.19. All kinds of Trunks are here, from $2.25 to $15, the price being plainly marked on each. De duct one-tenth-if a selection be made tomorrow....The Solid Leather Suit Cases, at the very special price of $2.95, are the same as generally sold at $3.50 to $5, the price depending on where you buy.... The Bag, at the very spe cial price of $1.19, is a little deceptive, looking like real alligator, but really only a facsimile. Toilet Needs. "Qodiva" Brush Tomorrow's Special Prices. From $2 to $1.29. This list of very special prices de- The "Godiva" Is favorably known serves careful and appreciative read- of everywhere and sold everywhere Ing. Not an unreliable article is at $2. One exception for tomorrow mentioned. only here. L. T. Pivers' Extracts, 58c Instead of 75c Ounce. Famous Extracts-La Trefle, Safronoi, Azurea, Rosiris, Violette, Ducall. 58c instead of 75C per ounce-but please bring your bottle. 50c bottles Danderine Hair $1.00 bottles Modeni Hair 50c each Malvina Cream or Tonic. Friday............... 39C Remover. Friday.............. 79C Lotion. Friday.............. 34C !Oc each imported Hand 0lc pair Best Manicure 50c bottle Hind's Honey and Mirrors. Friday.............. 39C Scissors. Friday.............. 49C Almond Cream. Friday...... 34C $1.50 bottle Imperial Hair 25c each Nail Files in cases. 25c box Tetlow's Gossamer Regenerator. Friday.......... $1.19 Friday......................... 14C Face Powder. Friday........ 17C te each Celluloid Hair 50c each German Nail Buf- iOc each La Dorine De Brushes. Friday.............. 49C fers. Friday.................. 49C Poche. Friday.................. 35C SThe each Silk Hair Brush3 Bags. Friday ................ 59C 25c cake Lusterite Nail Pol- 15c each Powdora Face 50c bottle Park & Tilford's ish. Friday.................... 21C Puffs. Friday................. IOC Bay Rum. Friday........... 43C The doz. Dolphin Emery 8c 15e box Witch Hazel Tal 75c set Brush, Comb and Boards. Friday...-.''--'' cum Powder. Friday............ 8c Mirror Sets. Friday.......... 49C 25c boxes Parker Pray's 25c jar H Hazarl ~. 2kbxe rors ieAtNail Preparations. Friday 17C 2cJar Hazard & Hazar 25c boxes Armour's Fine Art reaa n.Fia.. 7 Cucumber Cream. Friday.... 19C Toilet Soap (3 cakes). Friday 14C 50c set Imported Glass Soap 75c boxes Cuticura Soap (3 Boxes and Imported Soap. 50c jars Counties' Magda cakes). Friday............... 50C Friday........................ 39C Cream. Friday................... 45C 25c boxes Bathasweet, the $3.50 set Celluloid Case 25c bottles Witch Hazel, new luxury. Friday.......... I8c Traveling Sets. Friday...... $2.49 best. Friday................... 19C 50e each large Bath Sponges. 25c each Imported Tooth 69c bottles Murray. & Lan Frday..........- ....-- 25C Brushes. Friday............. 19C man's Florida Water. Friday 45C 3.ic each All-Bristle Nail 25c each Dr. Lyon's or $1.50 bottles Gourand's Or Brushes. Friday.............. 25C Graves' Tooth Powders. Fri- en tle Frd . O i. 25c bottles Tincture Ben- day.............................4 ental Cream. Friday.........4$C.1O zoin. Friday .................. 18C 25c tubes Sheffield's Tooth 50c English Celluloid Soap - 2.e bottles Wtodworth's Paste. Friday............... 15C Boxes best. Friday............. 35C Toilet Waters; all odors. Fri- 25c each Sanitol Prepara- 5oc Dr. Charles' Flesh Food. day............................ 14C tions. Friday................ 17C Friday.............................. 45C I .'?. Some Were $5. Some Were $4. Some Were $2.50. - Tomorrow's reduced prices are less than would be demanded for ' undesirable remnants. Think of only $1.98 for' exquisitely trimmed White Silk, Persian Lawn and Dotted Swiss Waists. Only $1.39 for Lace and Embroidered Trimmed Waists, sold until now at $2.98 to $3.98. Only 98c for Waists that sold up to $2.50. $2.68 for $3.98 Linen Skirts. White Butchers' Linen Skirts, box plaited. These are best wash skirts, cut and made by men tailors. They give lasti'g satisfaction. The Bride's $3 Summer Corset for $1. I And Other Price Surprises. 3 A Girdle-Corset, of White Silk Ribbon, dainty enough for a bride, but used by summer girls who 3 are single. $I instead of $3. Another surprise: 89c for usual $1.50 to $2.50 Corsets, some with gar ters attached. Another surprise: 44c for usual 75C Corsets and Girdles. $1 Neckwear, 10c. The Handkerchief. Gloves and Mitts. 1?c for 2-c to $1 Summer Girl is to be tomorrow's Special 38c to 98c for 50c to $1.50 Silk ' ckwear. Come early and 7c Price for choice of any 25c and Lisle Lace Gloves and pick out the dollar pieces. Choice of Handkerchief in the Palais Royal. Mitts. The long ones as used by all kinds. Thousands are here. Bummer girls. SOne-qguarter Deducted. j ic is to be tomorrow's special Bathing Garments. Price for any 12'%c Handker 25 er* centdisc"""t allowed on chief, with choice of embroidery and $1 8 for Ladies' $3 Suits; $2.98 all Lace and La'wn Yokes lace edlges in hundreds of pretty * for $4.50 Suits; 39c for 50c Shere at 75c to $4 25 each. This dis- styles. Caps; 20c for 50c Shoes.3 count for tomorrow only. Summer Veils. Often Needed. Tourist Coats.3 frthe :aummer girl's favor. NOTE THE SPECIAL PRICES. $9. ford Best-p1 RaiRn-proo in e bl cbrow-n.s Chiffon Veil. Safety Pins, dozen...........3 light-weight all-wool cloth. For male inbak rw,navy, white and Cotton Tap". 9 yards ..................5c with the Parasol-Umbrellas. green. Pearl Buttons, dozen ..................ic 50c Veils, 39c. Strawberras incushon... ...... ...E Paasc- mbe s Assorted Tape, per bunch ............3c for the Tourists' Silk Par for the usual 50c Veils: plain Featherstitch Braids ..................2c w. asol-Umbrellas, in black and fancy meshes. Choice of Alcohol Lamps, nickel..........1c and colors; both rain and sun-proof. 9 6 fifty different styles. Embroidered Initials.........1 Plain and fancy handles. 66 Summer Hlats. ColorIted "" Pins * ::::::::::::::::..B s and.Belt frthe correctly new white Hose Supporters......................10Cc ' 6c Duck Hat; $1.19 for those Simplicity Placket Fasteners ........5c fr1cWs et 5 o trimmed with kid belt; $3.98 instead Darning Cotton, all colors ............1ic 7c for CruWsh Belather.Bfots; 6 of $6 for the big Embroidery Hat. Worsted Skirt Braid, 5 yards ........5Sc 75c for $1 Hand Bags. ~~ Cord Braid. yard ...................... Ic 1etRbon.00winCygg yards ........ cRubber Goods. Ss".yard for usual 19c ribbons Wire Hair Rolls............10c 5 for usual $1 Fountain I Sand 2tbe for usual 40c mil- Gilt Hat Pins .........................10c9c SyrInges and Hot Water 3 *,linery and girdle ribbons. Every Lace Pins, dozen ......................5c Bags. Every one warranted. Need ' best tyle and shade. Hair Pins, bone, dozen .............. 10c ed in the trunk.3 Shirt Waist Suits. Summer Girl Hose. Children's List. 529 e$5 suits: 531s for fo9c'r usual 25c Black Gauze for to $8 Coats and and $9 Suits. S.ome plain Lsl Hose; plain and lace e- $2 Refrs, of lightweight some lace trimmed. All sies. fects. Only 21c for "novelties," wool clot-hs and wash materials. Tourst P ttic ats,worth up to 75c. Profusely trimmed. $4.44 for best$ S ilk skirts. Ribbed Undergarments. Boys' Dresses. Srt;blak stdoor wit any2 g for 25c Vests and Umbrella $i1.29 Brown" and Rssian Fruffle. UnionSu s; lyze 2.,c for 35c Suits, of wash materials, with and UnonSitU ldsze.without bloomers. Sizes 1 to 5 years. 51 F29m Unrgr2 29 armnsk Negligee Garments. The Undergarments. * $1 a29 ric a LoS n Coth 50 for"s"al75c to ise Lressinge j for Children's 25c stockings; SSkirts. Gowns. Drawers, Corse't Cov- c Sacques and Short Kimonas. 5c 15c for 25c Musln Drawer-s' era and Chemises. Elaborately trim- Only 98c for the long garments, in all in sizes up to 14 years; 39c for best -ed sizes. Union Suits, in all sizes. 33C For Famous $1.50 Copyright Books. Some of the titles: "A Traitor in London," "A Dash for a Throne,"~ "The Wages of Sin," "Red Robe and G;ray' Robe," "Jewel Mysteries," "The Slave of the Lamp," "The Greatest Gift," "Allan 6Winfield," "The Doings of Ru@fies How," "The Quest of the Golden Girl," "The Unclassed1," "War ren Hyde," "The Millionaires' Love Story," "An Unofficial Patriot," "A Splendid Son." fCor cholce of thousands of 15c * 25c Playing Cards, and for usual 25e to 50c boxes of ?Paper-bound Novels, such as lielow prices for other 22c Stationery. Only the very meli for 21c to 50c on the trains and at needs. Tomorrow's special prices latest styles to select from, Tomnor the seashore. are to make a memorable Friday row, at the Palais RoyaL. STourists' Jewelry. Jeweled Combs. Satisfaction is assured andl anx- *~ 'The Shell, Amber and White Sicty avoided in wearing Parisian BaCk and Side Combs, with gold - Jewelry. 50c to $5 for facsimiles of -bands and jewel settings. 39C for $10 to $i,ooo pieces. See display in usual $i kinds--one of toiniorrow's ~,center aisle, facing G .street door. price surprises. See below for oth 15 ers. t39c for 25c to $1 "Gold Shell" m igrRns et with mock jewe!s .g f orh best of.$ Silk Gauze Fans; lOc These rings are guaranteed in every re- fo usual 25e Bead Pan Chains; 12e Sspect. See them adb sue ihastfrCf is lekadgl;3efr$ gua.antee.-amnp-m ..raa TUMULT I. RUSSIA (Continued from First Page.) sion on that occasion phich completely wrecked two rooms,flpring the body of Kasanoff almost to atoms, severing his head and arms from the trunk, the heads of the police believe i is possible that the explosive was identi with that used in today's tragedy. Wthich was also p caused by a bomb t* infernal machine of similar power wits that of the former plot, and that the '.trator was the man who escaped tt at time. Explosive BuIIeis in Bomb. As further indication of the identity of the tragedy with the Hotel du Nord af fair, there were in each case explosive bullets in the bomb. it is reported that six men are impli cated and that five of them fled into a lit tie hotel adjoining the scene of the as sassination, the only one who was wound ed having been captured. The hotel was p surrounded by the police and all its in mates were arrested. p The wounded man, who is said to be a Jew, was taken to the Alexander Hos pital so dazed as to be unable to speak. His condition was accounted for by the fact that he took poison immediately af ter throwing the bomb. Followed by Secret Service Men. The deceased minister's carriage was being followed by secret service men on t bicycles, but by a'mirecle not one of them was injured. The force of the explosion was so tre . mendous that all the windows of a hotel facing the street were blown in, and even some of the large panes of the Warsaw station, a hundred steps away, were shat tered. Some of the drosky drivers at the cab stand in front of the station were in jured. According to a later account the bomb was thrown from a window of the Warsaw Hotel. Von Plehve's head was torn off, the lower portion was completely shattered, but the upper part was untouched. There were two conspirators, according to this P version, one of 'Whom threw the bomb from the window and then bolted. When cap p tured another bomb is said to have been found in his pocket. Street Guarded by Police. A heap of debris from the carriage, a por tion of the coachman's uniform, mute and pitiable relics of the tragedy, were still lying in Zabalansky street, where the crime was committed, when the correspondent of the Associated Press again returned to the spot this afternoon. For a block either side of the street was guarded by police and no one was allowed to approach. Even in the midst of the consternation produced by the tragedy everybody is talk P ing of Von Plehve's probable successor. Von Plehve's assassination was officially announced at about 1 o'clock and was fol lowed immediately by the issuance of extra editions of the papers. Although they con tained only four lines referring to the trag edy, the newsboys were fairly mobbed by the crowds in the streets, so eager were all for the details of the crime. Intense ex p citement reigned everywhere. Only the as sassination of the emperor could have created more of a sensation, as next to his majesty himself Von Plehve was regarded as the most powerful personality in the Russian government. Festivities Countermanded. It transpires that Von Plehve was on his P way to Krasnoye Selo, sixteen miles south west of St. Petersburg, where the Grand Duke Vladimir's birthday was to be cele brated. The emperor is. still at the Peter hof palace. When the news was received all the festivities of the day were of course immediately countermanded, and instead a requiem service was held. When the re p mains of Von Plehve reached his residence a requiem mass was celebrated in the pri vate chapel. Another one will be celebrated tonight and two masses will be celebrated daily until the funeral service occurs. COUNT CASSINI INFORMED. Receives News at Summer Quarters at Bar Harbor. BAR HARBOR, Me., July 28.-News of the assassination of Minister of the Interior von Plehve, first made known here through the dispatches of the Associated Press, was received at the summer headquarters of the Russian embassy here today with deep feel ing. Count Cassini, the ambassador, through his secretary and M. Bobroff, charge d'af 1 faires, acknowledged the receipt of the in formation with expressions of deepest re gret, in which all the members of the lega tion also joined. The members of the em bassy displayed great esteem for the dead minister. Count Cassini later received a representa P tive of the Associated Press at the em bassy cottage. It was apparent that he felt keenly the tragic death of the minister of the interior, and he explained his man ifestation of grief by saying that he had known M. von Plehve personally. He was still without official inf'ormnation concerning the assassination, and said that for that reason was unable to talk on the matter save in a general way. The assassination of Minister von Plehve, he said, would be greatly deplored by the czar's government, especially at such an important time as this. "The minister," he said, "was a very efficient and capable official and a man of high moral character. p If the assassins meant' to inflict a severe blow on the government, while they have accomplished theIr purpose in one way in depriving it of the services of von Plehve, they have overstepped the mark, in that they have committed a deed which surely will arouse the Russian people to the high p est degree of patriotism. "The Russian people are about the most p patriotic people in the world," said the count, "and their devotion to their country will be increased by this terrible crime," KNOWN AS A POWF&FUL MAN. His Predecessor, Sipuagin, Was Mur dered-,Tewish Hatred. Special Dispatch to The Evening Star. NEW YORK, July 28.-Minister W. K. von Plehve was known as a most powerful man in the czar's dominions. His predeces sor, Sipuagin, was murdered, and at that time Plehve was senator. Plehve was blamed as the chief instigator of the Kishineff massacres. It is asserted that he knew of the plans for the wholesale P killing of Jews, and really managed the out rage. ASSASSnNS WERE IN MOTOR CAR. Story From St. Petersburg That Deed Was Work of a Conspiracy. Special Dispatch to 'Ihe Ekening' Star. ENEW YORK, July 2$,A cablegram from London says: It is: -reported here. that von 6 Plehve was assassligtg by two persons in a motor car which~me,t his carriage as it was approaching the Warsaw Station. One Sof these was dressed- In the uniform of a t' minister of ways and communications, and Sthe other wore thet garb of a gentleman. 6 As the motor passed von Plehve's carri'age one of the occupants threw the bomb. Both men in the motor car were arrested, Sbut,their identity is not known. When the czar receied the news of the Passassination he trembled and sank into a 1' chair overcome by the Ehock. PThe St. Petersburg golice possess proof that the assassinatWi nwas the result of a conspiracy by the -revolutionary party. President Boosevelt Informed. S OYSTER BAY, L, L., July 28.-President 6 Roosevelt was officially informed early to Pday by the State Department at Washing Eton of the assassinlation of the Russian Sminister of the interior at St. Petersburg. SNo detaJjs were given in the dispatch ex cept that in addition to the minister, sev Seral other people were injured by the ex plso f the bombh. Bussian Bevlutionists at Genera Eub lt1lt NEported. Special Dispatch te 13 vemisg sar. NEW YORN, July M.-A cablegram from Geneva says; The Rnemn= revelutionists here are jouiet ever th~ eathof Plshte It is -Osserted that there is a widesbreed rvolutionary plot on foot, the amess 36r HA ^MAIN STORE: 1 S E 80-816 SEVENTH ST. KING'S PALACE Tomorrow. ~ The Day for Genm 75c. and $1 Ladies' Waists, They're lowly priced because they con sist of odds and ends and have been slightly soiled from handling. Some are 2 made of .Madras and others of lawn. ~lj Tucked fronts and others are made with inserting bit, tucks and fancy yokes. Worth from 75e. to $1. Green Ticket Price, 29c. $1 to 51.50 Corsets, Mestly odds and ends, comprising Warner's W. B. and R. and G. makes. Medium and short styles. Some straight front styles. $1 and $1.50 values. Green Ticket Price, 39c. 10c. and 15c. Remnants, A large lot of lawns, percales, fine madras and dimities in this remnant lot that sold up to 15c. Green Ticket Price, 74C. All colors Opaque Window Shades with 14 fixtures complete. Worth 25c. Green Ticket Price, 14c. 10c. Huck Towels, Fifty dozen Huck Towels, colored borders. neatly fringed. Worth 10c. 3 7 (c 3 Green Ticket Price, 3%c. Lot 10c. Women's Vests, Two cases of Swiss Ribbed Vests. Made with drawing tape in neck and A AJ arm hole. Worth 10c. Green Ticket Price, 4%c. 19c. Child's Hose, Small lot of Children's All-Over Black e Lace Hpse. Sizes 5. 5% and 6. Worth ? 19c. Green Ticket Price, 9c. = 25c. Pure Lisle Vests, Another batch of odds and ends in Pure Li.gle Thread Vest with silk tape in neck and armholes. Worth 25c. Green Ticket Price, 97c. $1.25 Table Covers, Odds and ends in Turkey red and white Damask Table Covers, two yards long with fringe. Worth $1.25. Green Ticket 7 9 Cy Price, ''c. B'eached Sheets, A lot of bleached hand-torned and ironed Sheets. Green Ticket Price, 25c. 25c. Child's Dresses, Odds and ends in Children's Dresses. CW made of percale in Mother Hubbard__ m styles. Worth 25c. Green Ticket Price, 12%c. 50c. Child's Caps, All of our White Swiss Caps for Chil dren, with full ruch and ribbon trim ming, that sold at 50c. Green Ticket C Price, 19c. $2.50 Dresses, Misses' and Children's White,Dresses, elaborately trimmed with lace and em broidery. Worth up to $2.50. Green Ticket Price, 98c. ~ 19c. Child's Drawers, nl 19.C ids r w r.9Odds and ends of Children's Hem stitched and Ruffled Drawers; sizes 1 to L 8 years. Green Ticket Price, 9'%c. $1 Cambric Skirts, O Lot of Slightly Soiled Skirts, with wide knee flounce. trimmed with rows of torchon lace and Medici laces, and lace-trimmed ruffles at bottom. Here i tofore $1 and $1.23. Green Ticket Price, 669c. $1.50 Cambric Gowns, r Slightly soiled. Also Nainsook. Low . Vee and Empire styles; trimmed elabo Srately with fine laces and embroideries. iAlways $1.25 and $1.50. Green Ticket C Price. 67c.. 25c. Lace Hose, C 25 dozen All-over Black Lace Hose; 1 8 full regular made: sold always at 25c. SGreen Ticket Price, 18c. S75c. Dressing Sacques, Odds and ends of Colored Lawn and ~Challe Dressing Sacques, with deep, round collar: some have lace trimmings. Good assortment of colors to chooseC 'from. Worth 50c. and 75c. Green Ticket0 Price, 25c. S29c. Corset Covers, S50 dos. Cambric and Nainsook Covers. pSome have whole fronts of lace insert fing and tucks. Others trimmed with tyokes of embroidery, with trimmings at 111 ~neck and armholes. Many ribbon-drawn. Good value at 29c. Green Ticket Price,C 19c. S25c. Child's Skirts, c Limited number of Cambric Skirts ~made with wide ruffles. Worth 25c. Green Ticket Price, 12%c. S c. Vat.. Laces, SEdgings and Insertings for trimming summer wash goods and yokes. Good 1 ifwidths and pretty designs. Regularly, 5~ c. Green Ticket Price. 1c. idable since the assassination of Czar sucs r pne lexander II. The blacklist includes allatS.Perbg,ab tle governors of Russian provinces andSteasflo: ainisters. The czar was not included in "h iitro h tle list originally, as he was regarded assnaeat1o'lcth eak, but amiable. Now, however, he, too, Mr eal eec has been added to the list,.al esg,fo Loubet Telegraphed Condolences. flos PARIS, July 28.-The assassination of M. "lheassiae on Plehve cause'd considerable excitement .3kildadw ne here. The newspapers issued special ediN dsubac. Lions giving details of the crime. Pres dent Loubet telegraphed to Emperor Nich- TEIO ilas expressing his condolences and French horror at the crime, and Foreign MinisterPedtdTatJl Delcasse immediately drove to the Russian embassy and had a long conference with Plrt N Beche tb Valca. Tade Rtetierwu, bree ROME,July28.-he mrderof vo "Tioh iser ofathe lehe ceate a reatsenatio am n Atmedate 0ocrcets theautoriiesandpepleher. Cowd hMoren detlse inerec rushd t th Rusia embssy w'ir caibe mersale frmeMs Iratteleram anoucitwthe ssasiat "lehvsedt aks gnatd t r ced te Vaican It ame rom als ki f all and9S wone ~ndwasaddessd t C HaiMery dl tN dsteu rae thechthe 'afaeiseretar CLEVELAND,car ~th Ohet9 io, Rie OoE, ituimmediathlymtoder poe who th vondvdedo P h is crads a gre hensation among a h ha hef hautoities and eopl hee.tCowd Howevr awul et s h ee thcivd. wohe irs thanegra anoi enin g . i..n Rumn riched the Vtieo. ItcayifromPari Cialtokit ieiatel tso tev pp,ho t~ma heedo his anf aboe sshisa~e o he a,a ex-ItP events#- tanwa Iaresnt a imeding in Ra usyaS'U 4 lees 1q9atuat t~ UuAtionIw thi mwek sys: A . moeaeices BRANCH STORE: ". m " 715 MARKET SPACE. ODFREE. "-w KING'S PALACE Friday. ane Bargaining 8c. Torchon Laces, Insertings and edgings for trimming 2 undergarments. Matched sets for heavy work. Green Ticket Price, 2%c. 12%c. Laces, Point de Paris and Platt Val. Laces. Indertings and beading. Leaf scroll and flower designs. Fine sheer quality. Green Ticket Price, 5%c. 39c. Veils, Silk Chiffon made veils. hemstitched with Cr.tch-stitch borders. Choice of brown. navy and black. Full 1% yards long. Green Ticket Price, 25c. 69c. Veils, Ready-made Soft Silk Chiffon Veils with all-around hemstitched borders. Black. navy. brown and white; full 1% 25c. yards long. Green Ticket Price, 49c. 4 9 c . 39c. Belts, Silk Belts with heavy stitched crochet rings and fancy buckle. Black, red, champ-ign., Persian, brown, white and tan sh ades. Extra sizes Included; Greeng Ticket Price. Ic Notions for 2c. Ino yards Black Silk. K!ng's Best Sewing Cotton. I dozen pure white Pearl Buttons. l card of Hooks and Eyes. Turkish WaFh Rag. Hand Brushes. All colors M. & K. Darning Cotton. Green Ticket Price, each................... Odds and Ends of Hats, Untrimmed and ready-to-wear. Odds and ends. All kinds, shapes and colors. O p Green Ticket Price, 8c. $1 Duck Hats, For Ladies' and Misses'. Stylish -k White Duck. Green Ticket Price, 39c. $2 Ready-to-Wear Hats, Black and all colors. Worth up to $2.00. Choice of the lot while they last C O at Green Ticket Price, 25c. $5 Trimmed Hats, 110 in all. Black, white and colors. Chiffon and straw effects. Green Ticket Price, 95c. Flowers, Big collection of all kinds of Flowers. Including violets, roses and foliage. Green Ticket Price, 5c. Straw Braids, All kinds and colors of Straw Braids. cut from full pieces. Yard, Green Ticket V/ O Price, ic. 50c. Pom-Pons, Odds and ends of Pom-Pons. in all colors, worth up to 50c. Green Ticket Price, lc. Trimmed in neat effects-ribbon bands. Worth up to $1.00. Green Ticket Price, 25c. $3.98 Silk Waists, Eight Jap. Silk Waists, tucked nd trimmed with lace. Slightly soiled. Worth up to $3.98. Green Ticket Price, $1.19.3 $1.25 Duck Skirts, * Eight White Duck Skirts. made with full flare, strap seams, slightly soiled. Regularly $1.25. Green Ticket Price. 419. $1.75 Wash Skirts, Black, Blue. Tan and Black and White Polka Dot Skirts, made with deep flounce, self-trimmed, with full flare. Worth $1.75. Green Ticket Price, 85cl. $2.95 Summer Suits, 25 suits. Lot consists of tan linen. black and white plaids and polka dots. 9 Some 'pped. All neatly tucked and fin ished. Full sleeves and flared skirt. Reg ularly 32.95; Green Ticket Price, $1.19. $5 Lawn Suits, Eight fine black Lawn Suits. all neatly tucked. Skirts made with panel front, tucked, and large tucks forming flounce. $5 Pique Skirts, Made with panel fronts, trimmed with wide lace and finished in lace yoke ef fect. Worth $5.00. Green Ticket Price. $7.50 Cloth Skirts, 15 Dress and Walking Skirts, in blIack, blue and novelty cloth effects. Worth p Y $5.00 to $7.50. Green Ticket Price, $2.95. $17.50 Cloth Suits,2 15 Cloth Suits, in blue, brown and nov elty cloth; made In latest styles and (1 worth up to $17.50. Green Ticket Price, - !ddy, U. S. chargewekIfonrirnanubrfIdin is the Secretary of byr aigrudlt.TettlI e interior was5 ssas- yCncnaifudre n .0tncn morning.'tatfnlyetrdit ya hopp ritained in another cnen eieisi h etfu ots .Ethelbert Watts, ae f1.0 o2,00tn fbscio St. Petersburg. as aeas eotdb otensles als. morning. Others csig.Fo 0t 0prcn ft .Bomb explosion,. upto erao steaeaeW TRADE, lm ihu ute lwn u ffr Production Wi ly rdcino i io ilfi eo February. ttlfrJnay July 26.--The Iron ring the Iron situa-A.ewSra in pig iron buying nx audy past week. but fin save settled further m, and have so far IainCu.tissCnus a repeated declara- Adipchro Ne Yoklsnih laerities. 3Now that y Atrasrcofsvalonsse sting has been held etsrieaettoa setdtw taken in declaring alaswothybleehvebefo. Ise prefierred stock, u h iywt maieutri a~ market Will be .1- 'h e ne ret h ee1e nan Glot itswen owngmidefre a be koke'a for isuielttaemimee.peddmft era aimed to cometoe aigadpsigtesutrl urns with their pur- ci.adwr edae. an mud f laumin gr buyiers taten roun othps. Thfoti bel b Smltibe- w mded s ea thosan to orer placed i U tihsconcern, dtelieisi the nex formnh outpuo te et r of -~ealdyeraoi.h vrg