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Easter Cards, Booklets and Novelties==Main floor, G Street. Friday'!! Be an Important Remnant Day/ . CORF.S of remnants and short lengths in Colored and Black Dress Goods, and all sorts of Wash Fabrics. Our rule of always cutting lengths to suit customers creates great quantities of remnants. The accumulation this week consists of the newest and brightest spring styles, and the lengths are sufficient for a separate skirt, a waist, a child's frock, a boy's or girl's shirt waist. We have made the prices very low in order to sell quickly. There are also multitudes of odds and ends, incomplete lines, broken sizes and assortments, etc. These, together with any mer chandise not strictly perfect or not measuring up to our high standard, and any particular styles of goods that lag or have not sold as quickly as we think they should, are treated as remnants, and by force of a reduced price will be closed out immediately. Thus you are afforded an opportunity to buy seasonable and desirable merchandise at a decided saving, and we are enabled to keep our stocks com plete, fresh and attractive all the time. Friday Bargain an B2ack Mistral. W e have just received from the manufacturer another 300 yards of 44-inch All-wool Black Mistral, which we offer at the same price as the former lots. This is proba bly the last we shall he able to get this season. 50c. per yard. Regular price, $1.25. Also these remnants: tji, yds. Winch All-wool Cheviot. Reduced from $4.KH to $3.75 for IK-*. 2% T>i- 60-Inch Cravenette. Reduced from $5.50 to V*. 7ft for p* **. yds. 54-inch Storm Serge. Reduced from $4.07 <o $3.00 for pre. yds. 4H-lnch a>?dow ("heck. Reduced from $t> !W to $8.00 for pee. 4V4 yds 48-iurh Shadow Stripe. Reduced from $.V?5 to ft 00 for yce. , 3 yds. 44 inch All-silk Chlffou Cloth. Reduced from $*75 to $7 .00 for pee. 4 yd? 4?i inch ChltTun Voile. Reduced from ?-> 4<) to $4.50 for pee. 7H yds. 44-lneh All-w.xd Crepe <le Chine. Re duced from $7-50 to $6.00 for prf. 1% yds. 44-Inch All-wool Henrietta. Reduced from $7.H? to $5.50 for pee. Jieoond floor, G at. Friday Bargain in Silk Petticoats. A lot of Taffeta Silk Petticoats, made of good quality material, in two attractive styles, one with shirred ruffle, the other with a plain lull ruffle. Black and colors. An excellent value. Special price, $3.95 each. Also 3 lirown Silk Petticoats, ttlmmed with full Jlttuu.v finished with small ruffles aud shirring, lte it deed from $7 'til to $5.00 each. Third floor, Eleventh St. Friday Bargain in Linen RoSbe Patterns. A small lot of Linen Robe Pat terns, hand-embroidered, in very attractive designs. Special price, $8.50 each. Also these remnants: l Black Tnffeta Silk Waist Pattern. Reduced from $13.50 to $?.50. I II an de ill it route red Waist Pattefn, of sheet handkerchief linen Reduced from $5.uo to $3.50. 1 llaud-eiubruidured Waist Pattern. of sheer l:audk>-i i-hicf liuen. Reduced fr.mi $tt.iK> to $4.50. 1 llusiin Rolie Pattern, trimmed with bawls of insertions ml tucks; slightly tolled. Reduced from $10 ?<" to $7 '.si. 2 Uiavy I.inen Robe Patterns, hand-embroidered; ? lightly soiled. Reduced from ?12.5<i to $l? OO each. I Bolero Jacket, elaborately Trimmed with im itation lrUh lace; slightly soiled. Reduced from $15.00 to ??)..? iialu door, U ft. Friday Bargain.in Women's Back Hosiery. A special purchase of Women's Black liose, consisting of gauze lisle and lace lisle. They represent exceptional values, the pric-es being a third less than usually asked for same grades. Bta-k Gauzt- Lisle Ho#e, with island cotton fe*t; double soles and high-splieed lK*els. 35c.; three pair* for $1.00. Regular price, 50c. pair. BU-'k Lisle Hose. in lace all-orer aud lace unkle designs very atiraeflre patterns. 35c.; three pairs for $1.00. Regular price, 50c. pair. liaiu floor. F st. Friday Bargain in White Goods. 1,500 yards 28-inch Fancy Swisses, richly embroidered in white; subject to slight imperfec tions. 17c. a yard. Regular value, 35c. Also JSoo yards 45-inch Mercer ised Batiste?a very desirable fab ric for spring shirt waists. 25c. a yard. Regular value, 37J/2C. a yard. Second floor, Eleventh st. ? Friday Bargain in Women's Muslin Gowns. A lot of \\ omen's (iowns, made of good quality muslin; Ye, square and low round necks; some trim med with torchon lace and tucks; ethers with fine embroidery. 50c. each. Value, 75c. Alto 10 Women's Fine Nainsook Corset Cotcts, l'?w n*utd ne<*i, full front, trimmed Ixtck and front with Valem-tenae* insert i?u rtoi*h??d with lace *d*1ng. trading a?d ribbon. Kr iuted from 51.OU to 75c. eaeh. TTilrd floor, Eleventh st. Friday Bargain in Swiss Ribbed Vests. Forty dozen Women's Imported Swiss-ribbed Vests, with low necks and no sleeves; neatly crocheted fronts. An excellent quality, and the proper weight for present wear. 35c.; three for $1.00. Regular 50c. quality. Also these remants: 13 Women's Imported Swiss R!bbe<l .Silk and I t?J* Thread Comet Covers, high u?H*k.loug sleeves; ?'lie 5. Reduced from $1.50 to 50e. each. 8 Women , Morino and Silk Vonel Cows low reck. DO sleerej. medium ?i*e. Keduced from $1.00 to each. T Main Boor. F at. Japanese Department. $??~ v"e- l'"? H-JSSTrS ATSTV'Sa B" ^ ?hlM a"M Cb?P ,? Japaaea. China > tread and Butter PtafM. Reduced from 26c. to 15c. each. t? '"rmW lc? Buwl Reduced from $2.01 ? Decorated J a paarse China Mayonnaise Bowls Itedaced from $1 So to $1.00 each. Fifth floor, Q M. Friday Bargain in Little Children's Gingham Dresses. A lot of Children's Gingham Dresses, made with tour box plaits front and back; berthas trimmed with insertion and ruffle of embroid ery ; neck and sleeves finished with insertion and embroidery; black patent leather belt. $1.95 each. Were $2.75. Also these remnants: 1 Children's White Corduroy Coat, made box style, with turn-over collar and ruffs of the same material. Reduced from $8.50 to $5.00. 1 Children's Lingerie Coat, mode with yoke and trimmed with insertion; cape edged with ruffle of embroidery. Reduced from $10.5u to $7.50. 4 Children's lland-urade Nainsook Dresses, waist trimmed with tucks and featherstitching. Reduced from $X5o to $1.50 esch. 1 Children's Hand-made Nainsook Ifrrcss. trimmed with tucks and hanrl-embroldery; hand-embroidery abovp hem. Itedwed from $7.0?> to $4.75. 6 Children's Hand-made Nainsook Long S.lya, gathered at the neck, lace on neck and sleeves. Reduced from $2.50 to $1.50 ea? h. Third floor, Klevenrh st. Friday Bargain in Hair Goods. A lot of Ventilated Pomps, made of long wavy hair; especially for summer wear. $4.00 and $6.00 each. Values, $8.00 and $10.00. Main floor, G at. Friday Bargain in Leather Suit Cases. A special lot of Suit Cases, made from choice stock, in both cowhide and sole leather and in the popular sizes. These are the sample line of a manufacturer, and there are no two alike. We offer them at 25 and 35 per cent below regular prices. $6.00, $8.00, $10.00, $10.50, $12.00 and $20.00 each. Bfsement, Equitable building. Friday Bargain in Adjustable Screens. A lot of Adjustable Sliding Win dow Screens, 24 inches high, 16 to 29 inches wide. 20c. each. Were 50c. 30 inches high, 30 to 36 inches wide, 25c. each. Were 50c. A lot of Adjustable Sliding Win dow Screens, 24 inches high, 16 to 29 inches wide. 18c. each. Were 30c. 18 inches' high, 18 to 36 inches wide, 15c. each. Were 25c. Fourth floor, G st. Upholstery Department, 25 pairs Scotch Madras Curtains, in green, green and red, black and gold, red and green and yellow and white. $3.90 a pair. Were $6.50. 20 Tapestry Pillow Covers, In pretty floral de bIrus, with plain backings; ready for th* pillow Uedneed from 50c. to 25c. each. 10 remnants Satin Damask, In 1 Vlryar.l lengths red. told and old rose. Reduced from $7.30 to $3.75 a piece. 5 pairs Irish Point I .ace Curtains, 3ia yards lonjt. Reduced from $?.00 to $4.00 pair. 2 Rope Portieres, la rue onoutrh for the average 'inutile doorway?browil and green and yellow , lte duced from $5.00 to $3.00 each. 15 remnants Kngtlsb Cretonnes. !n 1 ngtha rang Ing from I'*, to 3 yards. Hednced to exactly half price. 12 short lengths Jute Tapestry, In green, gold and red; can be used for portiere*, cushion covers, chair coverings, etc. Reduced from $1.25 to COc a >-ari!. 1 Hand made Head Couch, covered with printed taffeta ami finished with full ruffle Reduced from $30.00 lo $22.50. Fourth floor, Cr st. Corset Department. 5 pair* Parnxne rr?net*. straight front, l?>nj? hip, b. ik.nl with r***l \vh*k*>t*me; 18, ly. 20, '-9 and 30. Reduced from $6.5o to pair. 3 pairs Sapphlrv Cornet a, straight front, dip hip, boned with r??al whalebone. e!a*tloa attArhed; nlxea 21, 24. 25 and 2tt. Reduced from fft.75 to J4.00 pair. 7 j?airx Lily of Franre <xorsets, straight front, 1 igh bus', dip hip, ela*tlcs attached: shtex 24f 2r?. 2?, 28, 29 aud 30. Reduced from ItJ.OO to |6.00 pulr. 5 pairs J. B. Coraeta. siraiKht front, dip hip, el ait its attached; sizts 21) and 3o. Reduced from $l.oo to ftOe. pair. 2 i*airn K??yal Worcester Oowt^. straight front, dip hip, elastic* attached; size 23. Keduced from $2 50 to Hi 30 pair. 3 pair* Royal Worcester Oonwta. HJralght front; sizes 23, 20 and 2d. Rednced from $2.oo to |1.0U pair Third floor, Klerenth at. Hosiery Departmerat. 10 pairs Women's Black Silk plated Hose, with double aoles and high-?pllced heels; sizes 8 aud 8H. liedili'ed from 75c. to 39c. pair. 12 palra Women's Cardinal Uale Thread Hose, with hand-embroidered ankles; sizes 8%, 9 and i?S Red need from 50c. to 36c.; 3 pairs for $1.00. Main floor. F St. Blanket Department. It pairs Wool Blanket** tor full size beds; slight ly rolled from handling: 1 pair, reduced from $7..VJ to 2 pairs, reduced from to I5.B0 pair; 1 pair, reduced from $7.0; to $6.00; 2 pairs, re duced from $6.00 to $5.00 pair; 2 pairs. redu<?ed frrwn $4.25 to $4.00 pelr; .3 pairs. reduciNl from $3.75 to $3.00 ivair. Seeoad iloor, F at. Shoe Department. ? palm Women's Box Calfskin Blucher Oxfords, welt wole; sizes ?4.%. 2B. 5, 5U and 01). Re dnced from $3.00 to $1.9C i>atr. 9 pairs Women's Elafo Oxford?, patent tin, pointed toe; sizes 2Vi. 3 and 3^0. 1. 2. 2^, 3, HH and 41). Reduced frotu $3.50 to $1.96 pair. 7 paira Women s Oxford*. In dark shade of chocolate; welt sole; sizes 4. 4Vs *nd 7A.A?4% and 7A?0 and 7B. Reduced from $3.00 and $3.50 to $1.95 pair. 19 pairs Women's Box Cal&kin Bluclier Shoes, autopedlc last, welt sole; size* 4 and 3, SVj. 4, 44. ? and GHA-2W. 3 ami 2D. Reduced from $3.2>0 to $1.96 pair. Ttolrd floor. Tenth at. Bed Department. 1 *H-ft. WUta Boameled Bad. with very heavy poata and fillers. Reduced from $15.00 to $1100. 1 * ft White Knatucled Bed. with bra as trim nitajs; sligWly marred. Reduced from $11.00 to 1 3V,-ft. Whlta Enameled Bed. wttk braaa trlBt ajlnjs; allfhtJy aiamd. Rrdoeed from $13.00 to Men's Department. 18 'Men's Spring-weight White Merino .Shirts and Drawers: shirts with T rig and half sleeves; draw ers sizes 32, 36. 40 and 14; shirt sties 30. 38. 40 and 44S. Hednced from $1.25 to 75c. garment. 8 Men's Spring-weight White Silk and Wool Shirts and Drawers; shirt sizes 34 and 38; drawers sizes 32 aud 40. Keduc.-d from $1.50 to $1.75 gar ment. 1(1 Men's Phevlut Xegllgee Shirts, dark grays1 and tans, ta i>lalds aud all-over effects: cuffs sep arate; Sizes 14. us, 10 and lfl'i. Keduced from $1.00 to 65r. each. 2f> Men's Madras Neglige, flirts, self-striped and se!f-flgnrpd offe-ts: cuffs attached: slightly soiled: size f?w id collar. Ketlui-cd from $l-50 to fl.tX) each. 12 Men's Dress Siilrtf, coat style, caffs atiacteiS; sizes 14, 15^ and 11>. Reduced fr;m $1.00 to 76c. each. S Men's Turkish Toweling Rath Kohes. with hpoos?bine, red and pink "il.Tts; sliglitlr soiled, neduced froai $4.00, $4.So and $5.00 to $3^00 each. Main ikior. F st. Boys' CSothsng Dept. 1 Vouths' Long Pants Snlt; size 17. Reduced from $18.5tl to $?>.75. 4 Youths' Rlack 'llilbet Lung Pants Suits; sizes 16. 18, 19 aud 20. Keduced tmni $12.5u to $7.50 evch. All-wool Suits. In Norlolk and double-breasted sta les, with hi. omer pants; a xes ?. Ml. 11. 12 snd 13. Reduced from $8.5 i to I5.0K each. , * l>oub!?-lrcasted Suits; a zes 8. 'J. 11 snd 10 Reduce*) from $4.5<l to $l.bS each. 3 Boys' All wool Double-breasted Suits; size# 9, 10 sod 16. Reduced froiu $5 0i> to $3 75 each. 1 Boys Velvet Russian Blouse Suit; size 3. Re dueed from $7.iO to $3.00. 4 (,'orJoroy Huss;an Blouse Suits: sizes 3, 4. a snd 0. Reduced fn-m $8.5o to $0.25 each. o . S9?, Pallor Suits, fancy gray ui.xturps; sizes 3 to 12. Heditcr l rn.m ?6.00 to $3.06 each li pairs Boys' All-wool Pants; sizes 8 to 16. Keduced from $1.5o and $2.1X1 to 7,/c. pair. Third fioor. Tenth st. Boys' FurnisSning Dept. 7 Suits Boys' Outing Flannel Pajamas; sizea 4. 3llJ . froai $1.60 to $1.00 suit. 6 suits Boys' Outing Klauoel lajamas; sizes 2 r? . ^ from to 3?>c. Milt. q i? P8 Piaunel Night Shirts; sizes 2 to o. Reduced fr*mi to 25c. each ?? "feuiatlou Ties-bine ami brown, to wear with sailor suits. Iteduced fi-oui 8oc. to 50c. 10 Boys' Shield Bows. Reduced from 23e to each. ?J.? BoJS Shirts, in white anil colored ef es\'liS SULeS '? K,',1,"'cd from $1.00 to 75c. 2 I}0?8 White Silk T;xjues, silghily soile<l. Re duced from $].oo to &jc. each. I J.2 Whtite,frs<' "n<l FlauuM Sailor Tarns, tor to $f^;ada Ked0t'<"1 fr"'" V M 111,(1 Thlnl Otx/r, Tenth at. 1 *H-ft. Wom WRe Reduced from $3.30 ' Second floor, > st. to i?. with wooden frame. Bric=a=Brac Department. t,1. J>1J'n'"?'.snd Pedestal, shade.1 greeu effect. Reduced from $40.00 to $25 00 .'"'I' JsrU'niere aud Pedestal. Keduced from to $12.50. 2 Jardiniere Stands, Wne and old rose. Reduced from f.10.00 to $5.00 eacft liid^i^TikoS^ M'e",l7 $4.u""iro1$5^'?UUre' '"n,e ?'?*"?* " n-l^od from 1 Marble iigure. "Oupld ami Psyche;" slightly damaged. Keduced from $8.00 to $4.00. Main tioor, G ?t. Women's Suit Dept. 1 Bine Broadcloth Jacket Suit. Jacket lined with white silk; 40-lnch bust measure; 30-lnch skirt hTigth. Reduced from $34.00 to $13.00. 1 Red Broadcloth Suit, trimmed with velvet; she 38. Reduced from $38.00 to $18.60. 1 Blue Cheviot Eton Suit; size 30. Reduced from $38.00 to $20.00. 3 Taffeta Silk Suits, trimmed with braid and lace; adjustable yokes anil cuffs: green, red snd blue; sizes 34, 36 and 38. Reduced from $2B.OO to $13.00 each. 4 2-plece Panama Cloth Slilrt Waist Dresses, trlmaned witii lace; red, black aAd navy blue; sizes 31 and 38. Rednced from $25.00 to $15.00 each. 1 2-plece Shirt Waist Drees, green mixture; size 40. Reduced from $25.00 to $10.00. 1 Gray snd Black Tailor-made Suit; Jacket; size 36. Reducod from $45.00 to $25.00. Cloak Department. H tireen Broadcloth Ijoose Coats, length, lined with white silk; alse 38. Reduced from $20.00 ' to $ 12.50 each. 1 Plum Broadcloth Coat. "V length, size 38. Reduced frooi $30.00 Lo $lo.00. 1 lied Broadcloth Coat, length, half silk lined; size 34. Reduced from $25.00 to $10.00. 1 Handsome Black Broadcloth Jacket, white silk revers. trimmed with Persian braid; lined wtth whit.- silk: size 36. Keduced from $32 50 to $l8 0i. 1 Mixed Kngllsli t.^ievlot Automobile t'oat. dou ble breasted, Imuons at ueck; size 36. Reduced from $30.(Xi to $15.00 2 Knglish Covert C'.oth Automobile Coats, with large silk lined heads; sizes 34 and 38 Reduced from $3N.0o to $1S.50 each. 3 Automobile Coats, Kngllf'i mixtures. ">4"* length, medhmi weight: sizes 34. 36 and 38. Re duced from $18.50 to $10.00 each. 1 Tail Covert Cloth Coat. Dngth. silk lined throughout; size 38. Reduced from $23.00 to $10.(SI. 2 1 nil-length Silk f>>ats, c'tang^able green and brown: sizes 36 aud 38. ~ Rcduced from $38.00 to $18.50 each. Waist Department. A lot of White W aists, of chiflfon, batiste and lawn, in two pretty stvles, elaborately trimmed with dainty laces; all sizes. Reduced from $5.00 to $2.95 each. 1 White TafTeta Silk Waist, elab ratelr trimmed with lace; size 44. Reduced fro.11 $20.0r to $10.U0. 1 White Silk Me^saliue Waist, lian-isonwly trim med with lac*? medall o:>s; gfze 30. Reduced from $20.<-0 to $10.?W?. 1 White TrttTe-fa Silk Waist, elbow sleeves, trim merl witii lace: size 42. liednccd fr.Mii $15.<m> to $7.50. 2 >ilk Creye de Ohine Waists, white and light ^e;^lrlaaH;r:1 R duc-J from $21.00 to $<.C0 each. 10 Heavy Hlack Batiste Waists, tailor-made; sizes 34, 40 ami 42. Reduced from $2.25 to $1.50 each. Third floor, G at. Pscture Department. 1 Hand-colored Picture. "Child With trait, in fancy browu and gold frame. Keduced from $0.00 to $1.5<j. 1 Hand-colored Picture, "Figure of Girl," In broad ebony frame. Kedu<-ed from $10.OO to $3.50 1 Oblong (Vimblnatlon Pastel, three mailne views. In golil-burulshed frame. Reduced from $7 5o tc $.J.50. 1 Hand-colored Cprlght Picture, "Mother and Child Among the Flowers." In fancy gilt frame Reduced from $S.OO to $3.50. 1 Hand-colored Picture. "Hargrove's Madonna." In broad gilt frame. Reduced from $6.00 to $2.50 1 Hand-colored Picture. "The Liovers," In broad gilt frame. Keduced from $5.00 to $1.96. 1 Small Hand-colored Picture, "The Old Mill," In brown and gold frame. Keduced from $5.00 to $2.00. 1 Small Hand-colored Picture, "Raphael's An gels." in broad fancy gilt frame. Reduced from *5.00 to $1.95. 1 I hind-colored Plctnre, "Girl With Doves," in browu and gilt frame. Reduced from $5.oo to $1.95. Fourth floor. Tenth st. Fyroiitisre Department. 1 Women's Handsome Quartered Oak Writing Desk, hand-carred, French legs, 5 drawers lu in terior. Reduced from $23.00 to $T3.t>fi. 1 Women's Mahogany Writing I?esk, fancy front, French legs. Reduced from $33.00 to $22.05. 1 C?rJy Birch Chiffonier, serpentine front, large shaped mirror. Reduced from $35.0o to 1 Oirly Birch Dresser, swell frout, large mirror. Reduced fom $37.00 to $24.35. 1 Very ilandsomc Solid Mahogany Chiffonier, no veneering, dull finish, colonl-al reproduction. Re duced from $02.00 to $38.06. 1 Solid Mahogany Dresser, to match the above trhUffonler. Reduced from $70.0i> to $44.65. 1 Solid Mahogany Rocker, saddle seat, French arms. lfccd?red from $12.50 to $8.50. 1 Mahogany Rocker, neat design. Itedu^ed from $5.00 fo $3 45. 1 Handsome Quartered Oak Rocker. Reduced from $8.60 to $4.86. 1 Mission .Settee, neatly uidiolstered. Reduced from $2o.o0 to $9.96. 1 Mission Chair and Roeker, to match the alw>ve Settee. Reduced from $14.50 to $7..35 each. 1 Mission Table, to match the above Chair and Rocker. Reduced from $15.00 to $7.75. 1 Women's Mission Rocker, to match tlie ftl>ove Table. Reduced from $11.50 to $5.85. 1 Weathered Oak Table, pedestal design, 30-lnch round top. Reduced from $18.00 to $11.75. 1 Quartered Oak Chiffonier, serpentine frcnt. 5 large drawers, large plale glass mirror. Reduced from $25.00 to $16.95. 1 Solid Oak Chiffonier, French plate mirror, 5 drawers. Reduced from $14.00 to $10.95. Sixth floor, G at. ChSna Department. 1 100-plece Cauhlon Dinner Set. light blue dec oration. Reduced from $19.00 to $15.OO. 8 Imported Decorated Oatmeal Bowls. Reduced from 50c. to 25c. each. 1 Imported Decorated Cake Plate. Reduce! from $1.50 to $1.00. 2 Daintily Decorsted French China Chop Dishes. Reduced from $3.00 to $1.05 each. 2 Decorated French China Salad Bowls, lli-duced from $2.00 to $1.23 each. 16 Imported Decorated Bread aud Butter Plates. Rtslnced from 25c. to 15c. each. 2 Imported Decorated Cracker Jars. Reduced from $*oo to $1.00 each. 2 Odd Decorated French China Plates. Keduced from $1.00 to 50e. each. 2 Decorated Fern Crocks. Reduced from $1.50 to 86c. each. 28 Imported Decorated 5-shell Oyster Plates. Re duced from 35c. to 25c. each. 1 IS-plece Imonrted Decorated Flab Set. Keduced from $6.50 to $3.96. 22 Decorated Cuspidors. Reduced from 25c. to 15c. each. 1 I.arge Imported Decorated Stein, slightly dam aged K*duced from $3.50 to $1.75. 2 Decorated English Porcelain Covered Dishes Reduced from $1.50 to 60c. each. 1 Decorated French China Sauce Boat. Reduced from $1.60 to 85c. 1 Richly Decorated French China lee Cream or Salad Tray. Reduced from $2.50 to $1.50. 1 Richly Decorated French China Covered Dish. Reduced frooi $10.00 to $3.50. Fifth floor. G ?t. Glassware Department. 3 Glass Water Bottles, plain bowls and fancy necks. Reduced from 50c. to 35c. each. 6 down Plain Thin Claret Glasses. Reduced from $1.00 to C?e. doaen. 1 Austrian Gilt Glass Fruit Dish. Rednced from $5.00 to $2.95. 1 ttot Glass Spoon Holder, slightly damaged. Re 'dsceil from $2.25 to. 75c. 1 Green Austrian Glass Vase, gold traced, re doeed from $8.50 to $1.60; 1, reduced from $3.O0 to $1.00. 1 Imported Cnt Glaaa Vase, blue tinted. Rednced from M 00 to $1.96. 2 Austrian Gilt Glass Boa Boa Dishes. Red seed from $1.75 to $1-00 each. Fifth floor. O at. , Misses' Department. A lot of Girls' Blue Cheviot Reef ers, well made in a very becoming style; sizes 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. Reduced from $5.00 to $3.75 each. 1 Girls' (Md Rose Kersey Coat, trimmed with black velvet; size 12. Reduced from $15.00 to $5.00. ?l Wine liroadclotb C<?t. silk lined; aire 8; Reduced from $23.m> to $10.(jO. 1 Girls' Blue and Black Oiieek Dress, with silk piping; tlie 12. Reduced from $12.50 to $7.50. 1 Black and White Checi Wool Dress, with em broidered linen collar and cuffs and silk tl" size 8. Reduced from $1S.<>) to $10.00. 1 Misses' Blue Serse Tailor-made Suit, trimmed with braid; size 18. Reduced from $25.00 to yio.oo. 10 Girls' White ijaivn Guimpes. trimmed with and embroidery; sizes 4 and U. Reduced from $3.00 to $1.00 each. Tlilrd floor. G st. Toy Department. 2 Dolls' Go-Carts. Reduced from $2.00 to U5c. each. $? O0<t?>$l?e7r!"1 Aotomwblle' Reduced from 1 set DUhes. Reduced from $0.5) to $3.00. 1 t^tore. Re<hiceti from $1.00 to 25c 1 Cow. Reduced from $3.U0 to 50c. 1 Tnmk. Reduced from $1.50 to 50c. 3 Dressed Dolls. Reduced fr?n $?.<*) to $3.?X). 1 v\oo<len Wagon. R?>duced from $1.50 to 75c. Fourth floor, Eleventh st. Basket Department. 1 Fancy Scrap Basket, reduced from $2 no tc $1.0O; 2, reduced from $1.00 to 75e. eaeh; 2 re duced from 75c. to 50c. each. ,.2_,8?eet Grass Scrap Baskets. Reduced from $1. i5 to $1.00 each. 6 Birch Bark Candy Baskets, reduced from 50c to 16c. each; 4. reduced from ?1.00 to 25c each 3 Sweet Grass Baskets. Reduced from $1 uo to 25c. eaeh. 3 Fancy Candy Baskets. Rednced from 50c. to 15c. eaeh. ? Straw Whisk Holders. Reduced from 25c. to 16c. <ach. 6 Straw Hair Receivers. R<*duced from 2ftc. to 15c. each. 1 l'raiiie Crass Dog Rask?'t. Rcdu< ed from $4.00 to $2.50. 1 Infants' Bassinette. Re luced from $2.00 tc $1.50. 1 Fancy Clothes Hamper. 1? duced from $3.50 to $2.9(1. 1 Work Basket, on stand. Reduced from $4.50 to $3.?K>. 1 Handled Knife Basket, reduced from $1.25 to 7?c.; 1, reduced from $2.50 to $1.50. 1 Lined Knife Basket. Reduced from $1.50 to 85c. Fifth floor, G st. Bambao Furniture Dept. 1 Utility Shirt Waist Box. covered with panta sote. reduced from ?4.?h) to $2.30: 1 red??ceil from $9.00 to $5.00; 1 reduced from $lt).0?> to $0.0). 2 Utility Shirt Waist Boxes, c veVed with fig ured cretonnes. Reduced from $3.50 to $2.25 ?'acn. 1 Utility Shirt Waist Box. covered vviih flairs'd bnrlap. reduced from $5.00 to $3.00; 1 reduced from $.??.50 to $2 25. Se-cond floor. G st. Housefurnishing Dept. 2 Copper-plated Steel Stew Pins, reduced from $1.50 to $1.15 each; 2. reduced from $1.(>5 to $1.25 et?cb; 3, reduced frtnu 65c. to 50c. each. 2 Knatoeled Ware Double Boilets. Reduced from 75 ' to 50c. each. 1 Knameled Ware Pitcher, reibteed from $1.;I5 to 75c.; 1, reduced from 90c. to 50c. 2 Knsuieled Ware IMsb 1'iins. Reduced from 50c. to 36c. each. 1 Knameled Ware Douche Pan. Reduced from ?;.25 to 85c. G Japanned Coal Hods. Reduced from 25c. to 15c. each. 1 Infants' Japanned Bath, shopworn. Reduced from ?2.00 to $1.25. 3 Japanned Bread Boxes, shopworn, reduced from G5c. to 40c. each; 1, reduced from 55e. to 25c 1 Iron Tea Kettle, shopworn. Keduced from 75c to 5tie. I Copper-bottom Wash Boiler, dented. Reduced from $1.50 to W-00. G Heavy Tin Sauce Pans. Reduced from 35c. to 23c. each. 3 Large Krenca Cooks' Knives. Redured from 65c. to 25e. each. 1 Alcohol Uni)i. Reduced from $3.(JO to $1.00. 31 Straw Brooms. Rednced from 25c. to lit. each. 2 Wire Door Mats. Rednced from $1.00 to $1.00 each. 1 5-foot Settee or Lanudry T-.iJtile. slightly dam aged. Reduced from $5.75 to $4.00. 6 "Back-saving" Duat Pans. Redured from 25c. to 10c. each. 1 Oak Commode, slightly damaged. Reducad from $2.50 to $2.00. 1 Aluminum Tray, dreted. Reduced from $2 50 to $160. 1 Copper Tray, dented. Reduced from $2.00 to $1 50. 1 Nickel-plated Pudding Dish. Reduced from $1.15 to 80c. 1 Xlckel-plsted Drip Coffee Pot. Reduced from $0.50 to $2.00. 1 SIckel-i>lated "One Minute" Coffee Pot. He dvced from $1.25 to 50c. a Nickel-plsted Traya. shopworn, reduced from $2.00 to $1.00 eaeh; 1. reduced from $1.00 to 83c 6 cans "Stop Crack" Floor Filler. Reduced from 25c. to 13c. can. 12 bottles Furniture Polish. Reduced from 25c. to 15c. bottle. 13 bottles Braaa Palish. Reduced from 10c to' 5c. bottle. 4 cans "Easy Bright" Cleaner. Seduced from 36c. to 15c. ran. Fifth floor. Eleventk at. Woodward & Lothrop. ALEXANDRIA AFFAIRS OTUCTXEHTS BT GRAND JURY IN SPECIAL TERM. Special (?rr?poodwH* of The Stir. ALEXANDRIA. Va.. April 3, 11X10. Indictments were reported in each case Investigated yesterday by the special term of the grand Jury called by Judge Louis C. Barley In corporation court. The jury was composed of 8. H. Lunt, foreman; and Messrs. DeW'lton Aifcheson, 1*? ^ heat. J. p. Robinson, 8. L Monroe, T. A. Fisher. H. Kirk, Jr., C. W. O'Meara and W. A. Smoot. The indictments were as follows: William Pye. colored, charged with felonious as sault; William Hansborough, alias Cy Compton, criminal assault; Clarence Han son and Hildred Rush, breaking and enter ing the store of A. Abramson; John Whalen. forgery; James Mudd. larceny of a watch from David Dodd; Fred. Dem dlngjr. bigamy; William Brooks and John Alexander, entering a dwelling. At the special session of the police court held last evening at 7 o'clock the case of Edward Clark, charged with carrying con cealed weapons and shooting at Plo Du rantl, an Italian, was continued until to morrow morning In order that witnesses might be summoned. j Benjamin Hamilton, colored, charged with assaulting and beating his wife, was fined $.\ Albert Farmer, against whom the charge of lndecept conduct had been lodged, failed to appear when his case was called in the police court this morning. Collafera.' In the sum of $5 was forfeited. Three small children of James Mudd. who yesterday was Indicted by the grand Jury for the lancery of a watch belonging to David Dodd. were brought to the station house yesterday. They are said to be In a destitute condition. They were turned over to the charity association. General Happenings. Rev. Qu'ncy A. Wheat, who died last Sunday at Staunton, Va., was a native of Alexandria, but removed from this city in his early manhood. At the cloee of Ihe civil war he engaged in business with the late, D. L. Smoot of Alexandria. He was later ordained to the ministry. Miss Florence L. M. Fenn of Alexandria and Mr. Leon Cohen of Washington were married last Tuesday at the Halt more Street Synagogue In ilagerstown, Md. Rabbi Daniel Rosenberg officiated. The fire department wa^ called out yes 'terday afternoon, duo to the discovery of a small blaze In a frame shed on Fayne street between Commerce and .Prince streets. The loss was slight. An illustrated lecture on the "Life of Christ" was delivered last evening in Christ Church Parish Hall by Mr. W. H. H. Smith of Washington. Mr. J. R. Mansfield has sold to Messrs. R. P. and P. A'.tcheson a house and lot on the east side of West street between Queen and Prfncera streets. The members of the Allison Woman's Christian Temperance L'nlon will give a social at 3 o'clock th's afternoon at the Children's Home, on Duke street. A pro gram consisting of a short talk from tiie president, musical selections and recita tions. has been prepared. NEW CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. Selections by the Caucus of Republi cans in Congress. The Joint caucus of republicans of the House and Senate, which was held In the hall of the House late yesterday afternoon, named the following campaign committee; California, J. P. Needham; Colorado, F. M. Hogg; Connecticut, George U L,llly; Dela ware, Hiram K. Hurton; Idaho, Rurton D. French; Illinois* J. R. Mann; Indiana, Charles B. Landls; Iowa, A. Jf. Dawson; KanMis. J. M. M Her; Kentueky. J. B. Ben nett: Maine, E. C, Burleigh; Maryland, S. E. Mudd; Massachusetts, J. W. AYe iu; Michigan; J. W. Forctney; Minnesota, J. A. Tawney; Missouri, Richard Bertholdi: Aitntuia, J. M. Dixon; Ne braska, J. J. McCarthy; r>iew Hampshire, C, A. Sullowa3'; New Jersey. H. C. Louden slager; New Yo k. J. S. Sherman; North Carolina. E. S. Blackburn; Oi io, Nicholas Longworth; Oregon. C. W. Ful.on; Penn sylvania. H. Bird Cassel; Khode lsluid, A. B. Capron; South liakota, C. H. Burke; Tennessee, N. W. Hale; Utih, James How ell; Vermont. Rich H ask ins; Virginia. C. Slemp. Washington, F. W. Cushram; West Virginia, B. B. Dovener; Wisconsin, J. H. Davidson; Wyoming. K. H. Mondell; Ha waii. Jonah Kalanlanaole: New Mexico. W. H. Andrews: Oklahoma, B. S. McGulre; Porto Rico, I.arrinaga Tullo. No members have been fe'ccted for the states and territories not named. It will be noted that the "old guard" In the committee nuwiagement not only de clined re-election to the r managerial pos tion--. but went off the committee alto gether. Mr. Davidson takes Mr. Bahcock's place. Mr. Landis succeeds Mr. Overstreet, and Mr. Dawson succeeds Mr. Hull, Irani their respective states. WEATHER PROPHETS APPLY. Eager to Win a Prize as the Champion Forecaster. The weather bmeau, the White House and nearly al2 government departments are | beng flooded vlth strange letters In the I Bohemian language which indicate that j some publication in Bohemia must have printed an artiole announcing an offer by the I'nited States for successful weather predictions. Weather prophets are even more nu merous in Bohemia, judging from the gen erous supply of forecasts, than In the I'nited Slates. Scrne of the letters con tain a declaration that the writer has su pernatural powers and can make successful predictions for any desired period. Practi cally ail the communications end with 'a statement that the writer is confident he will win the prize tills government is of fering. Curious methods of addressing the United States government are d splaved by u-e weather prophets. One Bohemi in. who of fered "accurate" weather data for a full year in advance, sent it to "The Direct.>r of the I'nited States" and <oeatnd that im portant official In New York city. GONE TO SUMMER CAPITAL. Philippine Administrative Officers Forsake Manila. Gov. Gen. Ide of the Philippines and his family have started for Batjuio, the sum mer capital of the island, and the bureau of insular affairs was advised by cable to day that the other members of the Philip pine commission will soon follow Mr. Ide to the mountain resort, where the adminis trative officers will be located during the next two months. April and May are the hottest months In Manila and for several years the Philippine commission has moved to Baguio to escape the heat of the seashore at this time A hotel and many cottages have been con structed at the summer capital by the Philippine government, and roads have been built to connect the resort with the rail road. New Daily Serial Story. Tho first chapter of a new daily serial story, "The House of the Black Rhig." by F. L. Pattee, will be published in The Saturday Star this week. This Is an un usual story, oddly combining humor and horror, and commanding absorbing interest throiffeh its many intensely dramatic Inci dents. Naval Movements. The Navy Department is Informed thet the President's yacht Mayflower left Ha vana yesterday ^fith Mrs. Roosevelt and family on board, bound for Savannah by way of Matansas. tinder telegraphic instructions from the Navy Department the cruiser Tacoma left Gibraltar yesterday for Port Said to get in touch with the Dewey towing expedition, now en route for the last named port, and render any assistance that may be neces sary. The Tacoma carries mall for the The - ISEMAN BRO Outfitters for Both Men and Boys, Cor. 7th and E Sts. N.W. Smart Easter Suits for Children. 1?'.???>? n 1 i ? 3 'HE best made clothing for the little men is the E. B. production?'tis made cor rectly, It fits faultlessly. Bring the boys in tomorrow, have them fitted out in a new garment for Easter, you'll find twice the va riety in this showing. All the newest and richest effects in Worsteds, Cheviots, Thibets, Cassi meres, Serges, Homespuns, etc. Single and double-breasted. Youths' Long Pants Suits, $7.50 to $25. Boys' Suits, $2.5? to $112.00. ft Everything for Everybody Trading Stamps with every purchase. f 4 Pa. Ave. and 8th St. Southeast. Everything is a Bargain at Haines*. Friday Extra Stamp Day, Extra $1 Worth With Purchases of $11 or More. Specials in Embroideries, Collars, Etc. f T Hand 10c. 15c. 69c. 5c. Fine Hemstitched and Emb. kerchiefs: 12^tC. value. Spe cial at Beautlfol I^ace and Emb. Collars: 25o. value. Choice Demi-Flouncing; for fronts of waists: 8$>c. value. A yard. New 8c. Embroideries. In many pretty patterns. A yard ?5 New Embroideries: worth ft-, 10c. and 12c. Special, a yard The Prettiest and Newest Embroideries: worth I2%c. and 15c. Special, a yd 25c. Gold Embroidered Belts: newest and prettiest. Special at Dong White Silk Gloves the (HxSJf. $1.25 kind. Special, a pair Easter Novelties and Baskets. 23c. Fancy Easter Baskets of all shapes. Special at 15c. and 18c. Fancy Baskets; all shapes. Special at Baskets worth 39c. and 49c. Choice tomorrow at The popular Shirt for men in fancy bosom, plain white and colors: gm best 75c. value aJ'TrV. Men's 15c. Socks; black with white feet, a pair Fine China. Gold-band. Beautifully Decorated. KK>-piece Dinner Sets; worth $15.00. Special for one day 100-plece Gray Decorated Sets; very pretty; $10.00 value. Special at 56-piece Cottage Dinner Sets; $8.00 value; tomorrow gg Fine lO-piece Decorated Toilet Sets; worth $4.48. Special tomor 115c. 10c. 25c. 11<0%c. Dinner .98 85c. c. i: Fine Cravenette Rain Coats In Olive. Castor and Oxford Gray; $1S.U0 and $25.00 values at $S0.98 and $28.48. Fine black and gray Panama tailor made Skirts in circular effect with fold and pleats; $11.OK value. jiiai Special at "W.ye 25c. Orgar.dles in many 'wau tiful patterns for tomorrow, a yard 15c. and 18c. Organdies; latest designs. Special for tomorrow, a yd 25c. White Persiar Uwn.s. Just tomorrow at, a yd Boys' Fine Tailor-made Pants; 75c. value; a new pair If they rip a (n\_ Special, a pair 'u-'JrC. Boys' New Easter Suits in Fancy Mixed Goods: all the latest styles; $5 On and $6.00 values; tomorrow, a; a -ami * suit M.oV Easter Souvenir with every suit. Womei's Fine Dare Hosiery; Tiff]),, worth 39c. a pair. Special, a pr " Misses' Fine Ribbed 15c. Hos iery. Special for tomorrow, a pr Infants' Caps, hundreds of beauties to select from; worth 39c., at Children's $198 Military Coats; 4 to 10 years; gold buttons, braid and $1.UH value, at 21x40 In. fine 20c. Huck Tow els. Special for tomorrow at, each; : 5c. Tea Toweling in plain striped; tomorrow, a yard. Fine Muslin Underskirts, StVwns. Drawers and beautifully trimmed Cor set Covers; garments worth 09c., 75c. and 89c.; for tomor- jlifjr' row at. each Corset Covers and Drawers worth 25c. 8peclal. a garment. r 1. i X. 9c. .shMd: $1.49 a 2c. or3c. 17c. j T T. x. i. | It % jf. f t I T Y v | t W.K.HOEKE, Furnttnr?. > Carpets and Druperle?. Fine China and Japanese A very Handsome Little Fold - Hig (lO-Uirt, at Nice Little Go-Oart, al!-rarta? body, wltl) arijtiftfahle back. parasol and ft <Q)?i Special at G^rr s,Ifl6.7S & $8.50 HantUonie AH-npbotatefed Go- S 8 |ft| Carta, very special at v ^ and the Nevada, Arkansas and Florid i from Penuacoia fcr Tortugas.