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These Busy DaUys.!
A nice rainy, slushy d%--g ideal shopping day now. If ine the morning hours are best. - The Palais I SAMPLES CHEAP. $r.5o to $25 Handkerchiefs, $l A FLEETING OPPORTUN Expensive Hand-embroidered and real Di kerchiefs that should cost $i.5o to $25 are hei the importer's line of samples bought and beinf usual prices. 18c 35c Worth W5.~orth sc These are the importer's odd dozens, left not great-but note that these are popular-pri prices. Those at 44c to 89c are French linen, som known 25c and 5oc Handkerchiefs. Suitably lnit al Hand a' Certain initials are in ti every Christmas. Bargain ends: 6 for 68c. 6 fo Usually g8c. Usua All Pure Linen Handkerchiel hand-embroidered initials. men's, attractively boxed. 6 9Bc, and $1.85 instead of $1.50 E Samples of Expenslv $1.89 $2o79 Some worth $3. Some worth $5 The lower-priced lots include hand-made 1 med with steel and gold beads, coral and turqi made of silk, chiffon and liberty silk, in black, est effects of the season. 15P Worth 25C. Machinery does wonders-w itness these And wonder how 98c can buy such exquisite h Evening Robes On Second Floor V Rich Black Spangled Robes-all the nece father, husband or brother make a queen of beautiful robes-he'll pay dollars less than thi The Robes. Sill $25 Robes for..................$2.00 4-ya a l $30 Robes for...............2.50 de ne. P $35.00 Robes for.................$25.00 Taffeta 'al. $40,00 Robes for................$80.00 4-yard Wai $45.00 Robes for................Q5.00 Zbc yard Fan 4-yad Wa $50.00 Robes for.................$89.00 $1 a yard 811 $55.00 Robes for................$4200 fancy........ "Go 'Way Back"-and For Silverware worth $ Why?-only because the eminent maker terus every year. The patterns he discontinue We get $5 pieces to retail at $2.98. Choice o Fern Dishes, Butter Dishes, Cream and Sug Bread Trays, Serving Waiters, Nut Bowls, W for them on first floor," "'way back," in room a * instead of $4 to $5, and initials engraved free Sleeve Rufflings. Rufflings have developed into the most beautiful of creations. Used as sleeve dra peries a graceful woman is made the poetry of motion. Plus a fan-and she's irresistibly bewitching. See the fans here /' at $3.25-they are worth $5 Richard Hiudnut' Give the best-and thos be more grateful than the on Sterling Silver Manicure P1 toP$. - Best Steel Manicure Sets, Brush and Comb Sets. Tse Cut Glass Salve Jars. S0e to Sterling Silver Nail Buff er $1.98. Sterling Siver Manicure $1.00 and $1.49. - Babcock's famous Perfi Preparations demonstrated of store, in room adjoining Dinner and Tea Set ->Rich floral and gold decorations. Enougi -the prize bargain of this Basement floor. latrgest Punch Bowl. fae- Pudding U simile of cut glass, usually extra lar'ge a $1.98.............---------.--....tions, uinted Wine Sets, decanter. uix uted ~ glsss and tray decorated.79 eertona J4graved Wine beater, stan~ds, Yasli quart sine, with andle, usual- 39 ca n ly 75c........................----... a*gted Months ago the 1 Royak musb have the Bags, Poet Bgnks Cagar Cases, Shalg street entrance. dresses are st of our tr6"bles ITY. ichesse Lace Hand e at $i to $15. It's sold at nearly half 44c 68c 89c Worth68c. Worth 75c. Worth $x. >ver after his orders were all filled. The reductions are :ed handkerchiefs that would easily bring regular e hand-embroidered. Those at i8c and 5c are the well boxed for presentation free of extra charge. kerchiefs Will Soon Be Scarce. tremendous demagtd, and late visitots -are disappointed spots like the followitig will be gone before this week r 51.35. 3 for 63c. 3"for $1. l $ o. UsualW 75c.Us _.5w s, laundered. Silk Handkerchiefs, hhmtitched, with Ladies' and embroidered initial. Ladles' and men's,4 in c instead of box, suitable for presentation, Wc Instead er box. of 75c, and $1 Instead of $1.50. D Neckwear at Low Prices. $4.68 $I11-048 Some worth $7.50. Some worth $20. ieckpieces of lace, chiffon and silk, handsomely trim ioise. At the higher prices are ruffs, capes and stoles, white, light blue, brown, navy ; all the newest and rich Worth $1.5o. silk-embroidered Stocks and Ties at only i5c each. md-made neckpieces. and Dress Patterns. Tith Trimmings, Laces, Etc. sary materials for a superb evening dress. Would laughter, wife or sister? Let him purchase one of these ir actual value. k Pabrics. Wool Fabrics. at Patterns of Te yard - 7-yard Dress Pattern of ne~a, ietin sP s 's $1 6 -ye" W4e '9t. au e .$ote rGooa..., 9...8.. ..---------7-yard Dress Pattern of et Pattern of yard Woo Dryard-$2.75 ey Pe fe' 8-yard Waist Pattern 50c a yard lit Patterns. Embroidered Satin Liberty. Very ks, plain and g) ~ special-note the reduction is . -. ......... . nearly half the actual value.... I Pay $298 must bring out new pat s he disposes of at a losse f Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, ar Sets, Baking Dishes, ater Pitchers, etc. Look djoining elevator. $3.98 f extra charge. Feather Boas. $2.89 $3.89 $7.98 Direct importation creates low prices for the-correctly new $1 flat Feather Boas, in white and 0 gray, 2 to 3 yards long. For $ialue sale on second floor, with Sleeve a Rufflings. s [3xtracts, 50c Bottle. e who are not accustomed to dainty Toilet Articles wil es who are. sees, SO trIgS0vrSwneSt,$40t $1.98.8 $1.00 to8terlng Silver Military Brushes, $8.96 to$12.a. to 13.48. Sterlng Handle Whisk B 'oni, 75c Me. to " Celluloid TrvligBets, IO.75 to S., Infants- Sterling Sive ets, $1.93 to Scissoi'a,$30 Inans'Ceiuloid Sets, 500, to $34.0, mDes are here in Christmas Wrappings. "Onyx" Toilet mud offered at special prices, in Toilet Department, rear elevator. s for $3.98. pieces for family of six people~ .ad aaueste, as of med.Q.tst arsa. skets, as hIsgh spse er get IChristinas P esents at $1. For Li., Men adCide begst . Chrsmsreet Cadyae, ole ass Osa*e tc.Seeg a4a 71 -, teare St.Pe and is in the nuumo .faempa against the foreign ofice and miralty. E ST. PETERSURG, leeember 1,-Th demads for the reinforeement of Rear Adentral Rolestvenshyrs_ uad e by the immediate dispatch of all the available na t si the Baltic. is, however, grow it--? A i th e!ftrta hi t aere an thte goo .a mira Apra:ine. a Ad mirlj CUebako .hti the eruisers A aa Moimomach, Pamyat A thtwlit 8- e0uld be made ready quiefty - e battke ships Nicolai I at Ade.ander 11 ited out with new boilers in tia' 1ail with the other reinforcements. -M. tinsbourg, who-was en nected with Port Aortur r-ask-a t !03 traetor, in An itcrvlg1 f.ast his steamers are copsta t reptis "trough the bleeade"nd' aia- i evela tions regarding the '4ituati.n pior to the war.. 'e: says ;he ifig~ 1buying up suplies f coal and other stores fo: Port Arthur.. dqnly several months befor6 the' of btlites, the Japa nese arms to supply. him, declar ing that war d break, out. M. Qinsbourg .Katsra a brother f the Japa elinister, enabled to fulf bts- to provision Port g him from ruin, as he hav been compelled td, go.i#rz pe atsra tens of coal his qwn. colliers, was onveye to Port Arthur In fifteen IOtnzborgw',o profes to know how- qch amasiiion if. eft at. Prt Ar tiur. lut hi to that fromeport of his agents,there mu*t 1* ample-sup es of food and clothing to last a long time. Zap Hdspital 8hips. Japan has notiedn Rusia., through the American embassy, that the following hos pital ships arp being fitted out for service during the war: The Karafuto, Tooyei, Ko kina, Meo, Ugo and Jangu. Russian Ships Have Left Tangier. TANGIER, Morocco, December 7.-The Russian cruiser Dnieper, the transport Okean and- two torpedo boat destroyers sail ed eastward today. The Dnieper towed the destroyers in order to economise in the use of coal. The Russian war vessels have now all left this port. Yacht Following Russian Fleet. ISLAIJD OTt PERIM, -Straits of Bab-el Mandeb, December 7.-The British yacht Catarina, which, with the yachts Florentina and Emerald, i baseen alleged, had been chartered for : lniysterious purpose and followed the RasiaW:squadron through the Red sea, has arrivid here- from Jibutil, French Somaliand..; with her charterer, Mongel Bey, on beard. She reports that the Russian sQYadr4 commanded by Ad miral Voelkersam It to leave Jibutil tomor row. All the vesselg coaled at Jibuttl from their own collieg at}dt shore supplies. ZAPS' AR LE.IERY 30FECTIVE. Russian Og _ ors His Yain Oa aDierrl0 vmag,. ST. PETERSBURi, December 7.-Gen. Sakbmroff, undartoBy's date, reports that to Russian main guard at a village south rd of Laotchengulni Pass was driven out terday by the Japanese artillery. -_The -Rbssians fell back on the pass after sub taining a fey IGStlties.. The Japanese at tacking ?tbroe retired toward Dapindu m9p.1$Ri: The higit bf December 6 was quiet. ~ .patkn Boparts. Gen. KUp6Patkin, in a telegram to the em peror, tientioz~Japanese. attacks on Sin cbinpu and Soudgianin, both of which were repulsed, and an-amlmportknt outpost, affair en the right wing whethe Russians ropted and bayoneted:a Japanese-guard. POTTERS IN SES8ION CLOSING BHSINESS -TRANSACTED TODAY. Election of Ontarma and Appointment of Oommtt rbitration Between Kanufacturers and Employ.., The men who mold-the pottery manu fa'eturers of the United States-have been holding forth In Washington. The twenty sixth, annual conavention of the United States: Potters' Association, after havinu been in session at the Raleigh Hotel since yesterday,- adjourned sine die at 12:30 o'clock today., g.e states represented at the convention. were afryland, New Jer sey, Ohio, NeWr York West Virginia, Illi -nois and Pennsyfvaiiia. -The principal lhnslness transacted at the meeting today was -the election of ofBcers, which resulted as follows: President, W. Wells.of East Ivrol Ohio; flrst vice .relet, Daniel WIUet of Trenton, N. J.; second vise president, Jo septhMae of B ver Falls, Pa.; treasurer, George 5. Godfpof East IAepe,Oldo, reelected; secetay-H. A. Kefrof EaSI IJverpool, -Ohio, sseeted. - Committees Appointed. Stani and sjsccaa1committees were an nounced as follow: Executive-William Bur-ges, chair'man, Trenton, N. J.; K. A. Freeiek, Jehn- N. *Tqylor, W. 1. S,ith sad geor~ge C. Themp son, Smt Ltyes,ool, -Ohici charew W. 1sa*=emse Wheeling, W-Va.; John A. -Campbell and maniei Wliletn, -Trenton 'Art and- diagnnW. A.- Rhodes, Roene Tyoad Robert T. Rt.. 11btLimo Oi; OC.A Genpesoihnton, Obio3' R. E. a dd bsisoefin ~Bsfal,N . feesb -& ~L DOD JL Of a8oeIt al agr that PATRICIA f1 ad , workmanship . Rave you experienced the comfort and < ng of a pmir? Boot $3.50 P Style, Fit, Ease and Ca combination that forms In PATRICIAN the predominate. "Once worn, always worn," seems to who all agree that PATRICIAN Shoes TION." Robert Berbei 1116-18-20 Sever Washington's Most Progr Established i Where the Christmas D Bon. Marche. C' and Station Today is the Opportune Tli Shopping-You'll Ha Each Day I Lace Fans, 49c. (lft Toe A gift worth 75c. Bone frame. Pretty design. of e dcription in sterling dem Indian Bag, 49c.wood, in the hge Indin Bg, 9C"thecity lenicre etsand odd : A Beaded Novelty Purse !? e for Xmas present. Pretty Polished Wood Comb and B Music Roll, 49c. P W C. W Better gred than nsuaL Useful preseat. rot me-tary Brusbes. Comb i Playing Cards, e 49c. In leather book form for Thoasaad of pretty lifts are be Xmas present. little ribbon. The d you wants Wrist Bags, 49c. Good leathers, black, tan B and brown. for o onty Baby. Rib- b ewel Case, 49c. o1 d Gold finish, satin lined,'for Xmas present. 39c Spool Brooches, 49c. for No.1 $tin Ribbon: In Hundreds of styles, gold and $ filed, worth The. and $1O.00 SNecklas 49c. D esdad Turqois, Amer,Pearl, Amethyst. &c. C. B. Corsets, e ftO~Sd~ Our special line of Cou-25 .t tille Corsets, white and black; short and - dip-hip-Tmroon the $1.0 grade, just SlCa~lyu hieo for one day...........or.. Dresses, 39c. Dls... Cdildren's Daisy Cloth Dresses in ise. 2 to 6 years. Colors oflight pink and bletimmi end" a nts,e a nd............d................ *"Buster Brown" Afl-wool Lde'Otn lne ih . SwBeaters; asses 1 toan ooe,ri edtavaet( dreas; winsdatslhd it. WLrtnen embrory ttriai al7dthers-w of ejer descritin Fanerlin ecl. uxsL 5 mouted polishe wood, ina drwte larg Ou ais'Sl t city.0ancre $5nd.d0 QirlAleP olshe ood Comb Br1sha00 - ur$tilttPotunc ae--tar Bra0.00 Comb Rttlf~~Ae ribon The g yu nt Pe ~,. ~9c. Bolt soc. ooAo JIXII3S N is the successful issue of skill ase that accompanies the wear "0 air, mfort are the a good shoe. se essentials be the motto of our customers, are the "ACME OF PERFEC -ich's Sons, Ith St. N.W. essive Shoe Store. 36. Mllar Goes Farthest. 'Bon Marche. ry. ne to Do Your Holiday ve Less Time as Passes. SetS Back Combs,49c. WWte. .S. and .eber. atet porcelain and siver- p and Jewele. r Znas ft varlety to be tou"d in lefms 9 iees..' B. lusb-.' Perfumes, 49. nuI bac ea.ae rush Set............. .or met.........9 Statioer, 496. ad Mirror... *In s .es. Neckwear, 49c. as Ribbons. '.i. *....r,a*" Handkechief, lOc. 39r,. Piece. . -2 "---"t"'"". aast Satln Taffeta Rib us; an loirs; 10 yards to 4 L t .gg.--'-- Lot of otft Books lOc. Yard Underpriced.. Satin Gros Grain Liberty "A Forest Hearti" hr L Taffeta Ribbons; worth Chas Mjor (author ot and 18c. yard. "When Keldbthood Was is ilower"). and " MT of the Pastute," by ~6o' tons.author of Thoe C dra 59c. Each. ries id omoit Gift Books. bound In whit floral sides; fine woven pa 9.00. t0c. Each. po J .n5 1.68 a"% Re".acolc KM' BMy b~ n nlc an 25c. Each. Flannel .-- .. ltsO1c. Each. w"" th89c. seitse 8c. Children's * " 89cFur Sets. - 25c. Choice, 9e. 9 Less Than Usual. Save You $3.00 Tomnorrpw. mla Dressuiakers'55.00 Style. uests for the tiome Folks. 114320 7th St. wea esen an-aan u