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"if they're Rich's Shoes
they're proper." Ten-one F St.-Corner Tenth. <Entire bnlding) 'Phone, Main "one-afty." Busy Shoe elliing. This is the one shoe store in which there is no summer <dullness such as von will no tice elsewhere. Due, per haps, to many reasons, the most important of which is that varieties and stocks are kept perfect, so that choos ing summer footwear can be done as satisfactorily now as at the beginning of summer. This has been the policy of this shoe establishment since its beginning, and so it has become well known that be the time what it may the as sortments are always intact at Rich's. This is true just now of white footwear in pumps and ()xfords for ladies, misses and children, and Oxfords for men-canvas and buck skin. This is true, too, of ladies' and muen's tan Oxfords and pumlps, of Russia, suede, ooze and Paris kid. This is true of ladies' and men's sporting footwear, of which we are showing several newly arrived fashions. There's certainly no other shoe store so satisfactory. Mail orders filled promptly. B. Rich's Sons, Ten-one F St.-Cor. Tenth. It Midsummer Bargain! Upright Piano, $1651 lust one of the snaps offered during our J great M1isummncr tlearan.e Sale: A $3) p I right Pinno. slightly uaed, for $165. Ele- " j. g:unt stool and *-arf included. *1 5450 Up. 1 rig h t P ia n o , o $6 'Monthly Payments. A blgh-grade Instrument in every respect rsttwrb t., e and ati-on-mahogany case ue "tci -tr-v"e -(ali swinging front-a plane 'titat euil be a credit to any drawing room - has just been put In thorough order by our factory ."xperts and will be s..ld at $275, on $+i munthly payments - stool- scarf -- one year's tuning and free delivery included. F. 0. Smith PIANTO BUid)ii,. 1225 Pa. Ave. Ilced Tea TF Is? exceptlonally delleloa 1 /6 when made of "T H E A Nl. " Equal in quality to teas sold elsewhere at $1 N ectar. iv9n wih e.ry - pa und. Price, per lb. u'C. -Great A. & P. Tea Co., Main Store, 7th and E Sts. SETWSA CURE FOE ~/UUUUU~J Muscular $ U~Rheumatisir BIAhelu--alf therePill ese iel at onfeeeeersanda arerequifrk andrafui ucenta a uir Reu. A -U E at theirt ~t Pepes rc .assItpko t Mily KIidneyboo an al btIain FR to.I- ay taedrs rs d t eoe ewse Fi-. n. ai ! eaHi CO.,.n are quikly aud fui wth to ilsferires t, cured. 'ria,e only he bekne n. derived frb ceut a l~a.the pson our Patte A CUREfatrth from Neural ~lyKideyhon an aanal heaclth et ona Samla acage se ti. heysr fe W. P. iMfll e tating flaint andeet. 12~ 8muae at. o o d to areon. hs To cnn ~ ~ ~ ~ he tottittat. ic ialch aal feinglth nessin aa. tiglt. rekingi piNaist. c Ausd 1:1TfOtNT tliL8 Onyt5he ndsonou meae W ee contidntiatyo roo ialsn to gv ewfr 18e C ortStet dur2 gth-Summer mt.Bsonth bydnkMs Tno cur 'oAIFonI WIcNlE S:ead ilu GuTan W.a abo.tl pureithe oloniaine Wine durngth smmron'tydnk| CnOurCALIor lumpS aoT FIREMEN ARE AT WORK Strikers Returned to Duty at Noon Today. EFFECT ON BEER WAR PRESIDENT HEALY THINKS MAT TEES WILL BE ADIUSTED. Speaks Highly of Mr. Heurich's Ac tion-Local Union is Satisfied With the Outcome. The striking firemen, oilers and helpers at the Christian Heurich Company's brewery returned to their places at noon today and the strike was declared off, as exclusively stated in The Star yesterday. The fifteen men walked out of -the Heu rich plant at noon last Thursday, and the strike was therefore in force for just one week. The strikers, after being notified yesterday afternoon that the fight was over, repaired to the Building Trades Hall, 6th and . streets northwest, where at 3 o'clock they were paid their strike salaries d by Mr. Timothy Healy, the international president of the firemen's organization. Since the strike has been declared off the question is being asked on all sides: "Will it affect the present prica of light beer?" Mr. Le.n Tobriner, attorney for the Heu rich company, said today that so far as he knows the price of the Heurich light prod uct will remain at the present figure. Friends of the lrewtrs' Association, on the other hand, declare that the Heurich com pany will have to increase the price of its light grade of beer. For the present it is conceded at any rate there w;ll be no change. President Healy's Statement. President Timothy Healey was a busy man this forenoon. He was in constant conference with the officers of the local firemen's union and the strikers. Being asked by a Star reporter if he had issued his otilcial ultimatum declaring the strike off, he said lie had, adding: "Our committee has been to see Mr. Heurich this morning under instructions from me and acci.rding to arrangements made yesterday by Mr. Louis B. Scram of the civic federation and the striking fire men will return to work at noon today. Mr. Heurich met the committee of strikers very kindly and arranged with them for i their return at the hour stated, each man to take his old position as before the strike." "How about your statement of last Tues day. Mr. Healy, that the firemen would not go back to work unless Mr. Heurich would meet jn conference with you and representatives of the Central Labor Union of the firemen's and the Brewers' Associa tion?" added the reporter. "I made that statement," replied Presi dent Healy. "and I meant every word of it. l'ntil I met Mr. Scram yesterday morning my mind was made up to that effect, but being a strong advocate of arbitration, I coincided with Mr. Scram's views after his conference with the representatives of the Heurich Brewing Company yesterday. "How about Mr. Tobriner's statement that you had not seen Mr. Heurich, and there was no understanding between him and yourself or the striking firemen?" queried the reporter. "It is true," replied Mr. Healy, "that I did not see or have any conference with Mr. Heurich. The matter was entirely in the hands of Mr. Scram. I am not responsible for any statement Mr. Tobriner or any 4 other man may make whose object is evi dently to keep employer and employes apart in a strike or any other controversy for the purpose of personal gain. My action 4 throughout this controversy has been in the 4 interest of fair play and the members of 4 our association. My statements, when not misquoted, have all been truthful." Effect on the Beer War. "What effect will the return to work of the striking firemer have on the beer war which has been in progress between the local brewers for some time?" was asked. "That matter is also in the hands of Mr. Scram, as the representative of the United States Brewers' Association," replied Mr. Healy, "and I have no doubt he will suc ceed in bringing Mr. Heurich and the Brewers' Association to an understanding whereby the beer war in the District will in the near future be a thing of the past." In answer to the statement that in the opinion of many local liquor dealers Mr. Heurich would decline to recede from his original position and advanc:" the price of his light beer. Mr. Healy sailu "Of course it is the business of the liquor dealers to keep up this agitation, and no 4 doubt they and their agents will do all in their power to keep Mr. Heurich and the Brewers' Association apart. But I believe. the Brewers' Association and Mr. Heurich have an excellent chance at this time to hury their differences, and I have no doubt they will have the good sense to take ad vantage of it. "This fight between Mr. Heurich and the Brewers' Association reminds me of many of our labor differences, in which employcr and employ.'s both suffer, when if they had the good sense to get together and talk their differences over in a business-like 4 manner, or leave them in the hands of ar bitrators, before the breach between them gets too wide, it would certainly be in the inte rest of both sides." When asked what would be done with the $29 voted by the Firemen's Union of New York for the striker.1 Mr. Healy said: "The money will be refunded to that ier ganization, except a few hundred dollars of' expenses attached to the strike." Local 63 Satisfied.t An official of the Firemen's Local, No. 63, who was present at the interview, was asked about Mr. Tobriner's statement that no arrangements had been made for t-he return of the strikers and that no concesn sions had been made, "We are not doing business with Mr. Tobriner, but with Mr. Heurich," was his reply. "The arrangements which have been t nadie under which our men have gone to w.ork are satisfactory to our organization. And I want to state further that Mr. To brir.er is the cause of all this trouble. I vas present at the St. James Hotel conf?'r ence when he insulted our international -president. a,nd Lo"al No. 63 will not stand for that. If the present arrangements are carried out, as we expect they will be, Mr. hieurieh will have no warmer friends in the labor movement in the District of Co luimbia than the members of Local No. (3, international Brotherhood of Stationary The Price of Beer. Mr. Leon Tobriner, attorney for the Chris tian Heourich Brewing Comp:any, when seen today by a Star reporter, said: 'The same conditions exist that did before the firemen walked out. No concessions have been made. The return of the strikers will not affect thle pr'ice of our light beer, which will. se far I know, remain at its p)resetnt tigue." A representative of one of the other breweries st:eted that the Hoeurieh company would have to advance the price of its light product, othe.rwise. in his opinion, two at least oef the iocal breweries would "go to the wal." TO KEEP KILLS IDLE. _Cotton Factors Prepare Kachinery for Long Disuse at Fall River. A dispatch from Fall River, Mass., last night says: No attempt was made to open any of the sev'enty-one mills in the Cotton Manufac turers' Association today, and workmen are removing the weights from the spinning and carding room rolls, which shows the determination of the mill owners to clone down for a long period. The feature of the day was a meeting of the Weavers' Union, when arrangements were made to pay strike benefits every two or three weeks, beginning two weeks hence. itwil.take.:, .abo.t. '.nna to makew a full sx Friday Special. 50 dozen Women's Fine Im i ported White Lawn Swiss, SEmbroidered T ur n-SC over Collars; positively5C. 15c. value............ C x Tomorrow's S lnventory==T Two Great Chapters in Tomorrow's Clothing Sale The Famous Schloss Clothing. About half of the great pur chase of 2,000 suits of the re nowned Schloss clothing has been sold in record time, and you men who are not averse to saving about half the usual cost of the best clothing will not de lay coming. Of course, the size and style lines are complete and the choice as good as ever it was. The suits are in the spring, summer and early fall weights, 2-piece and 3-piece. They are' in all the fabrics-worsteds, cheviots, cassimeres, &c.; every size from 33 to 5o; single and double-breasted. For $875 You can buy the fa mous Schloss Bros. & Co. Suits that were made to sell up to $20. For$14.75 You can buy the finest Schloss-made Suits in tended to sell from $22.50 to $27.50. Out Go the Light weights. Men's 2-piece Wool $375 Crash Suits; sold up to $10 * Men's Linen Suits; sold for $3..0......................... [ Men's Black Alpaca Coats; sell at $1.50............ * Men's Blue Serge Coats; sizes 34, 35, 36; $5 value...... * IMen's Blue Serge Dou-' ble-breasted Ccats; sizes$ 5 I 44 and 46; $4 value......... * Men's All-wool Fancy Cheviot Trousers; $2.50) S value...................... Men's Fine Worsted Trousers, in S neat strires; also fancy SJCheviot Trousers; sell up $2.50 IMen's All-Linen and Linen75c. S Crash Trousers; sell at $1.50.. Young Men's White Duck S Long Pants; 13 to 16i years ......t $......................----. SMen's well made pin-stripe35c. VIOffice Coats; sold at 50c........ aymaent to members of this union, and here3 is $55,000~ in hand. Th e operatives are settling down to a test f strength with the manufacturers. They .r enjoying themselves in the parks and n thne shores of the river and ponds in the 'iciity. Many camping parties have been ormed, and clam digging and berry pick ng are taking hundreds of the workers to he river and fields. A citizen offers to indorse a note for 50, 30 in behalf of the five textile unions, er ill loan them the money on their in lorement when their funds have run Out. an assessment is to be levied in a few days n :all members of the United Textile Work rs' Union, north and south, based on the nem bership reported last quarter, or about 9.010 in 1840 unions. This will net about $1,000~ per week. Low -1 and Rhode Island operatives have noti ed the local union that they will contrib ite regularly, in addition to the usual as-1 esment of the U7. T. W. The Central La or. Union is to issue an appeal at once to .l organised labor for aid. The most depressing feature of the situa on to the mill men is the utter lack of de na d for clothes. News of the closing of rin t works and southern mills shows the lemoralized condition of the industry, vhch operatives decline to consider. Five Injured in an Auto Crash. A dispatch from Plainfield. N. J., last sight says: In an acciden,t that resembled oewhat the crash in which his sister, dr. Charles L. Fair, was killed, Mayor1 imth's automobile was last night driven Lganst a tree in the outskirts of this town mn a party of fiye persons was thrown in till directions The Fairs were dashed to leh against a tree, but in this accident :he results were not so serious, although Wi.s Emily Mehr of Jersey City, one of ha 'or Smith's guests, was injured serious y and her recovery is doubtful. Miss tfer was hurled high over the heads of im th and the driver and thrown againstI be tree. Her spine was injured and she1 ay unconscious.1 Enemian Torpedo Destroyers Sunk. A cablegram from Chefoo last night says: Rusian refugees who have arrived here re ort that the Lieutenant Burukoff and two ther Russian torpedo boat destroyers were orpedoed and destroyed by the Japanese m the night of Juliy 23. A New seri. Wat.ch f6r **The I4ghtning Conductor" ,ex Saturday. nStor S H4 ne Last Day bul Women's Summer Ready-to-Wearables. Women's Well-made Shirt-waist Suits, of good quality batiste, in many pretty styles, both light and dark effects; all sizes; these suits are excellent values at $1.98; the Clean 79C. Sweep Clearance................ Beautiful Shirt-waist Suits, made of finest white India linons, natural linens. dotted madras.. etc., some handsomely designed with bemstitched tucks and box pleats, some with strapped seams and bias bands, natural linen with tucks -edged with piping of red; every suit is tailored in the highest clash manner, and most of them' were made to sell and have always sold at $0.98; .(1 take your choice tomorrow ,' at ............................... An exquisite lot of our finest Shirt waist Suits that sell as high as $8.98, including tine Irish linens, white India linons, etc.. superbly trimmed with finest Valenciennes lace. embroideries. French knots, pleats and hematitched effects; all the latest styles. including the newest kilt skirt and 8 habit backs. These fine suits tomorrow -at......... Gray and White Stripe Taffeta Silk Waists; extremely smart and up to date; sell at $6.98; also a limited lot of cool and filmy White China Silk Waists that sell regulArly up to $4.98; beautifully designed front,- collar and cuffs, with finest Valenciennes lace in serting and cluster of .98 tucks; all going tomorrow o98 at ....................... Women's Taffeta Silk Underskirts, in various colors; finely accor dion plaited and ruffled; 3.987 $0.98 usually.............. Women's Blue and Black Brilliantine Bathing Suits, prettily trimmed with red and 4*49 white braid; much below regular price.............. Women's Blue and Black Brilliantine Bathing Suits, tastefully trimmed with white braid in pretty 1.98 designs; value about dou ble ....................... A sample lot of Black Brilliantine and Cheviot Skirts; match bands and covered buttons forming yoke effect; up to " $8 value.................. Lot of, Fine Black Brilliantine and Cheviot Skirts, mostly sam ples; one and two of a o kind: qualities sold usually up tc. $10................. Beautiful V'oile Skirts, exquisitely trimmed With silk novelty braid; some trimmed with " L silk bands; blue and black; sold at $10 94.................. In they Furniture Department. Towel Rollers; oak and ma- ~ hogany feish;' worth 1-c.; Fri- 8c. day specjkl.......................... Roll R'ed' Rocker; very 179 strong ang .igid; worth $3; , 7 Friday's spial.............. Imitatt! Cut Glass Cracker Jars with cover; sell at 65c.; 9C, for Erida ... ............... ... Walnut-finish Coat Rack; has 6 hooks; regular 13c. article; spe- 7C. cial for-Friday only................ 50 Towel" Arms, made of solid oak; heavy wood knobs; can be fast ened any place; 15c. value; spe- fC. cial for Friday (one to a buyer)... Reed Work Baskets. in pretty two-tone effects; 142 C,e sell at 2.,c. usually......... Oval Frame Pictures in very attractive subjects; " photo-colors and tints; Y C, worth 25c.; for Friday.... Very best grade of Jointless China Matting: has slight im- l perfections; sell at 35c. ,C, and 40c. yard................ 30x60 Grass Matting Rugs in various color fringes and c, warp; worth $1.50............... 72-inch Scotch Linoleum; beautiful floral and tile patterns; soft and pliable textures; sells at 85c.; special for Friday, including lay. SYC, lng............. .---....... Lot of 15-inch Oilcloth Crash; slightly damaged by misp)rint; sells at 8c. and 10c. Special C at...........----------- ----- .500 yards China Matting; slightly wrapper stained; W worth up to 15c. yard. Spe -3C cial while it lasts...........,... Entire stock of 4-4, 6-4, 8-4 Oilcloth; wdtth 30c. sq. yard. 9 Special for,.................... Lot Enam i Iron Beds, 3-6 and 4-8, with extra havy contintb ous posts; w th up to 39.50. _ 1Special while they last.. THE WHITNEY ESTATE. It !ax of $222,222 Paid on Scheduled Valuation of $21,334,101. . E A dispatch from New York last night y; According to the schedules of the og mtate of the late William C. Whitney, which were filed today, the estate is esti- ni iated at 521,:334,101. The principal items 4tescheduies( are Standard Oil shares, .mounting to $7,078,400, and Consolidated c< robacco shares -to the amount of 54,730,- sl 10. His race horses are given a valuation f 275,000. TheXe is no reference to any ldings of Metropolitan street railway ock, of which Mr. Whitney at one time tI was one of the 1xrgest owners. It had been jenerally understood before his death that it be had disposed of his Metropolitan inter- o' tsts. The ta.g on the estate was fixed at p222.222. and Harry Payne Whitney, the W ~xecutor, hat .att?hat amount to the state P' ~ontroller. si4one of the largest indi vidual taxes ~id Rithis state,.i ERIE NAY ENTER PITTSBUBG. Would Terminate Present Traffie Ar rangernents-Competitionl. sm A dispatch-frTorn Baltimore last night pi iays: Official of tI'e Baltimore and Ohio P ,airoad yest day, were inclined not to si ;alk of a rival iii the shape of the Van- di erbilt system inlts Pittsburg. While out- a wardly the pole affair seems harmo- a ~iously, it i ~v5fn out that secret plans re being m'6 to extend the Erie into P Pttsburg in cash the Lake Shore com- p letes the line between Youngstown and orain, Ohio' Which will terminate the2 wesent traffic agreement between the ittsburg and Lake -Erie and the Erie. The Pennsylvainia railroad is also large ly interested in the proposed new road, ut the oficials at the Pennsylvania of Ices said they had heard nothing about it. LTnder the existing contract the Lake Erie t nd the Erie exchange business at Youngs- t town, and so binding is the contract that It will IW impossible for the Lake Erie to ~ b.ne business by any other route and nan in its relations with the Erie. h In exchange for this the Erie' proclaimas h ts intention to keep out of Pittsburg, an b In view of these facts it would appear that the whole situation is perfectly hamoni he infor atien~ has been obaied ho er from reiitbie Sources that the Erie y. a pactical perfeted plans to extend: a its- line f rom idmhos. Ode s 513-515-517 7T" Si AN HAVE IT CHA1 >urs: 8 to 5; Saturdays Open Uni ng Stocks to' L One of the Se Shirts and Furnishings Going. Limited lot of Men's 50c. Neglige Shirts, made of corded madras; sises 14 and 14%; at half the usual ruling price for these good 25c quality shirts................ Lot of Men's Neglige Shirts, worth 75c.; they are made of fine striped mad ras, corded madras. fancy Ox fords, figured madras; some 39c pleated percales in the lot....... 3 A large lot of Men's White Neglige Shirts that sell rapidly at Thc. to $1. In cluded are fine white woven madras shirts, mercerized shirts, white Oxford cheviot shirts all high grades and fine qual-4 C ities. Choice................... Lot of $1.50 Shirts; a high-grade and world-renowned make, never reduced in price; you'll recognize the high quality at a glance. It's a wonderful offering-these $1.50 9c. Shirts at....................... Lot of highest grade shirts sold at $1.50, $2 and $2.50--all beautifully pleat ed, and if we could advertise the name the department would be crowded in a jiffy. The maker has removed the name label, but the superb quality is still there. These $1.50, $2 9 C. and $2.50 Shirts at............. Choice from all the Shirts selling at $1.75. In view of the fact that Neglige Shirts can be worn the year through this is a most extraordinary offer, and many men will buy for months to come. Shirts made of finest im ported shirtings, plain and pleated, cuffs attached and$ . detached................... Lot of Men's Balbriggan Underwear: manufacturers' and salesmen's samples and our own broken assort ments. Your pick of shirts and drawers made to sell for 2 c 50c., at........................ Men's Silk Neckwear; odds and ends.............. 5/c. Women's Silk Mitts; long and short.............. 25c. Women's Black Suede Lisle Two-clasp Gloves....... 7%c. Women's Fast Blac1< Hos iery ................... 6%c. Children's White Full Reg ular-made Hosiery...... 5%c. Children's Fast Black Lace Lisle Hosiery........... 9/c. Men's Fast Black Herms dorf Dye Split-sole Socks. 9/c. Men's Umbrellas.......... 85c. Magnetic Specials for Friday's Selling. Choice from all our Toilet Soaps selling regularly at 5c. cake; many kinds; for Friday Choice from all the Women's Har.dl'erchiefs that sell regularly 3 at Sc., for Friday at................ 100 dozen Women's Imported Swiss Turn-over Collars, in new and iainty designs; sold every- -OV. where at 25c. regularly.......... All our leather pocket books, purses. hand bags, etc., at just half marked prices. 36-inch Cream Curtain Scrim; pretty designs; worth 5c. yard; 10 yards to a cus- n C. tomer ..................... Best quality 5-4 Colored Oilcloth Remnants; worth A , 21c. yard ................... Mantel and Piano Lambre uins, made of pretty Art S Drapery; worth 30c. ........... White Applique Scarfs and Ruffled Scarfs; worth SOc.; not more than 2 tolL f.(, a buyer................. Best quality Capitol Window Shades; several colors; with fixtures. Six jj, to a customer..... Best quality Mosquito Net- 2 c ting; 8-yard pieces.......-.-- *. Good quality White Bedspreads that sell usually at 69c.; not more than two to a If,I buyer.......-.-.-.---*-'---. Roman Stripe Couch Coy ers, sold regularly at $2. 13 sale price ...... is said that this action is simply to roid being caught off guard. If there Is be any change in the present relations Ith the Pittsburg and Lake Erie, the rie will be ready to step into Pittsburg in short time. It now has a line as far as isbon, Ohio, with arrangements almost impleted to this city. The oft-repeated rumor that the Balti ore and Ohio is to make another hid for le state's interest in the .Washington anch of the road is again on the wing. Ithough the company is in a flourishing .ndition. the road desires the sole owner ip of this valuable property, so that it ay bond the road and with the money ceived pay for the terminal improve ents at Washington. A drawback to these plans, however, is e provision in the law that the proceeds om the sale must at once be reinvested state securities, and as there are none ithe market at present, except those to Shad by paying a big bonus, compliance th the law at this time is considered im acticable. [t is estimated that the state's holdings the Washington branch are $1.500.000, at hich price the state may be induced to Adjt. Gen. Bell Predicts Disorders. A dispatch from Denver. Col.. last night ys: Adjt. Gen. Sherman M. Bell has ex 'essed dissent from the opinion of Gov. abody that the Cripple Creek district is ificiently pacified to justify the with 'awal of the National Guard. "I look for clash, now that military rule is ended." .id he. "I have called off the militia," said Glov. eabody. "Now let the unions do the -oper thing and call off the strike."~ William D. Haywood, secretary-treasurer the Western Federation of Miners, said: rhe calling off of the militia has not the Ightest logical bearing upon the proposi en to call off the strike." A dIspatch from Colorado Springs. CoL., ys: William Amole, a former watchman ;the Portland mine, who was arrested in mnection with the alleged cobapiracy of ue mechanical force on that property to alk out in a body, thereby closing the me. ha* arrived here in an exhausted rdition. and tells a story of alleged mal eatment at Victor. He says that after is release by' the- military board of Victor Swas set upon by four masked men. ,aten and robbed. Former Representative John A. Morson Cochranville. Pa., is dead, aged ninety sar. In 180 he was eeted to Coneges ad rueed that district la the Tbirg tGED", i19 P.M. Their Lowest I nsational Clean A Big List of Savings in Boys' Wear. Boys' Double-breasted Norfolk Sailor Blouse and Russian Blouse Suits; always sold up to ..4"....*....'..*..*..$2.29 Boys' Finest Suits, in serges, cheviots and mixtures; Norfolks, double-breasted a a i l o r blouse and Russian blouse; sell up to $7.98............. Boys' Sailor Blouse Wash Suits; plain and stripes; piques. cham brays, natural linens. etc.; sell up to $4.98............. Boys' Russion Blouse Wash Suits; selling regularly up to $2.98........................... Boys' Fine Sailor Blouse Wash Suits; values up to f2.. 7c. Boys' Russian Blouse Wash Suits: many fancy styles; sell at $1.49........................ Boys' Sailor Blouse Wash Suits that sell regularly at 49c 98c .......................... Boys' Sailor Blouse Wash Suits, sold usually at 79c..... Boys' Pleated Waists and Blouses; selling at 25c. usually............... Boys' Well-made and Styl ish Fauntleroy Waists; sell at I ce 85c............................. Boys' Wash Knee Pants -sold usually at 25c.; 12 C clearance price........... Boys' "Brownie" Overalls, strongly made of best denim, 6C" going for...................... Boys' Linen Crash Knee Pants; regularly sold at 39c.. g " Boys' White Duck Knee Pants that sell usually at SOc. 29e" Boys' Good Quality Wool Knee Pants; value positively we................. Boys' Blue Serge Knee Pants-blue cheviot and fancy 70, cheviot........................ Boys'- Neatly Striped Coats; C regular price. 50c.............. C. Dry Goods Practically Given Away. Unbleached Muslin; soft and fine quality. Frida ZiAC rirce............ ..............7a* Lot of Heavy Quality Blue Stripe Bed Ticking; regular C 19c. value..................... 40-inch Unbleached Sheet irg; extra fine quality; sold ; readily at 10c...................IA Lot of Very Desirable White Organdies; 68 inches wide; sold 19C. usually at 39c. yard.............. * Lot of 68-inch Black Or - gandy: 49c. value regularly; 2 C" for Friday reduced to........... Lot of 5 pieces of fine Mer cerized Figured Madras; cham pagne color; regular S9c. qual- C Ity ................................... Lot of very desirable Wash Crepe Volles; 4 pieces in all; gray. cream, black, Nile, pink; 39c. i value................................ One piece fine Black All-Silk China; sold readily at 39c.; Y9c , while it lasts tomorrow......... Fine Messaline China Silks; good line of shades; for Fri- 2 day, reduced to................... All-Silk Grenadines. black and white grounds; satin stripes and fig ures: 45 inches wide; value up to $1.25.............................. Lot of Fast-edge Huck Toweling; sold at Sc.; not more than 10 yards to a buyer.............-.............,t Ready-made Bleached Pillow Cases; size 45x86; deep hems. readly for use; regular 12%c. value; ~ soiled; now priced...-... Bleached Sheets; size 72x90; with seam; 50c. value (not3 C more than 2 to a buyer).... 45-inch Bleached Pillow 1. CasIng; slightly soiled on edges; 12%c. value.............l. Turkey Red 8-4 Table Cov ers; fringed all around; sold usually at 49c.; one to a buyer 9 at............. .-.. Lot of Figured Lawns. in i large mill lengths, going in the sale at.....................70 MAYER B Millinery, Suits, Wraps, Woi Bargains I Every Departm4 Gloods PreparatOi o ~0 time throughc have had such values. Deteri made to clear cost and value. Here morrow: White Washable Wais styles; tucked fronts ; trimi iffe wheels. $i.oo and $r.5 i VEILS-Ready to wear. Fine Chiffons, with wIde hem. long-all colors. 75c. val ues................. BELTS-In white silk and black silk, also Duck, Madras and Leath er Belts. Crush effects and other styles. 39c. C and 50c. Belts......... c NE)CKWEAR-Emibroidered- Col lars and Neckbands, in a variety of effects-also the Bus-. . 25c. values....... MAYERB1 937-939 Friday Special. Lot of Very Desirable Tor chon Laces and Em broideries t h a t s e l l everywhere at 5c. to 3 C . 8c. yard............. Level Prior to i Sweep Sale. I Boys' 50c. Knee Pants, O A special purchase of boys' extra good quality Knee Pants r -3,000 pairs in all-pants that are considered very small priced i at 50c. (many stores would say : 75c. and $i)-will be placed on V sale tomorrow on our tirst floor at 29c. Clearance of Waists, Underwear, Children's Wear. All the Fine White Waists that have sold at $1..t-Madras. White 1 Lawns. India Linens. &c.; all new and very desirable styles.. All the White Waists that have sold up to this time at $2; many C elegant styles and materials; 95c. for choice.................... Choice from all the finest White Lawn Waists that have sold high as $-.9; many exquisite $ 7 effects to choose from.... Choice from all the Women's $t 7 Gowns; high and low necks; finest nain- f' sook. cambric and long cloth; beautifully trimmed with lace OOC and embroidery. Choice........ Lot of Women's Short White Under skirts. nicely made with rut fles and three hemstitchled tucks-good quality materials throughout......................... Lot of 510 dozen pairs Women's Draw erg.- in all. styles; tastefully trimmed with lace and embroidery; all extra well made; values up to 29c Lot of Children's Well-made Dres+ea . that sell regularly at 9$c.. made of ex- O cellent quality mairas. ginghams and 4 percales; sizes 4 to 14 years; some are suspender dresses with white India linen bodices; ive styles in all; choice from these PSc. dress's 59c. in the ('lean Sweep Sale at..... Children's Dresses, made of good quality ginghams and percales; in the Russian and Gretchen styles; also the suspender effects; have sold up to this time at $. $1.25 and $1.49. In the sale at............. Infants' Long and Short Slips; made of fine and soft m 7au . naterials; 25c. value............. Four Big Leaders In Footwear. Men's Slippers in every style and kind; sell regularly at $1.2-, to $2 ..............~...... Small lot of Me's Giray Can v-as. Kid Trimmned and Wihite Canvas Lace Shoes; have al ways sold at $1.25; all going 98c now at............ ................ Women's Tan Russia Ox fords in newest and most wanted sha pes; worth $25; I9 now going for.................. Men's Shoes of box calf, vici and patent leather; all 1 high grade and latest shapes; selling readily- at $2.50 and $3.......... ROS. & co. rien's Furnishings and Tailoring. : Orywhere1 mnt is Sacrificing ry to Stock Taking. ut the season when you opportunities to get like mined efforts are ,being out goods regardless of are a few readers for to .ts, very effective ned with Tener- C ) values ....... HATS-White Canvas Hats, trim med with liows, and also in the shade effect. Re-75 Ld N e Ko...N-A.. m---ade of fancy lawns. trimmed in plain colors; $1.-0 SvalT.. md .f -white butcher linen, box-pleated $ effects; 54.4N0 values SKIRTS in white SKIRTS, in white P.9 c K.; worth S1.50, for.... ROS. & CO.9 P Street.