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POULTRY AND PIGEONS.
Many Visitors Attend Show in Masonic
Temple.
The number of visitors to the poultry
van<] pigeon show Is growing larger each
lav and pvenine. The aisles In Masonic
Temple, where the exhibition 1b in progress,
were crowded last evening and again
today with spectators, who spend much
time before each of the many cages admiring
the feathered stock.
Many offers have been made for some of
the birds on exhibition, and it Is stated
that one owner was ofTered $300 for a pen
of Ave barrel Plymouth rocks, but refused
It. Included in the exhibition are some
white rose combed bantams, prize winners
*r? Vio roxant nnnltrv ohnw n t the Ppv atfl 1
Palace, London.
The Incubator of the Prairie State Incubator
Company, in which eggs in process
of hatching were placed on exhibition last
Tuesday, is attracting: much attention, as
the little chicks are now beginning to come
out of their shells.
In the caged bird class there are several
new exhibits, Including African wax bill
finches, lemon paraquettes and Java
sparrows.
In the list of premium winners mentioned
in W xjnesday's Star the name of Mr. Daniel
Dayhoff of Midvale. Franklin county,
Pa., was omitted. Mr. DayhofT won first
prine In the buff Plymouth rock cock class.
INTERRED IN ARLINGTON.
Funeral Services Over Remains of Maj.
M. V. Bailey.
Funeral services over the remains of Maj.
Mtlo V. Bailey, who died last Wednesday
morning, were held at 2 o'clock this afternoon
at his late residence, 510 I street. The
ervlces were conducted by Rev. Ddnald C.
McLeod, pastor of the First Presbyterian
Church. The interment, which was private.
was in Arlington.
The pallbearers were Gen. W. TV. Dudley,
Gen. L. T. Miche'ner, Perry G.
Michener, Horace P. Springer, J. B. Morrey
and Walter Safford.
MaJ. Bailey, who was born at Marion,
N. Y., July 3, 1841, served In the 71M New
York Volunteer Regiment during the civil
war. He was a member of the First Presbyterian
Church and of Wilson Post, G.
A. R., of Baltimore. His wife and two
daughters survive him.
FOB PROBATE OF WILL.
Petition Filed by Daughter of Wreck
Victim.
Mary V. Ctssel, daughter of Commodore
Perry Brown, who was killed In the recent
Terra Cotta wreck, today filed a petition
In the Prohate Court for the admission of
the will of her father. Mrs. Clssel says her
father left a will dated August 17, 1883,
wherein he devised all his estate to his first
wife, Mary Ellen Brown, who died January
2l>, INJKi. Mr. Brown's second wife was
killed in the disaster with him.
The estate left by Mr. Brown is said to
comprise a house and cottage at Washington
Grove, Md . of the value of $2,000, and
cash amounting to The petitioner also
BU Vfl tho ootolo will V-> O o " 1 ? *
. w/0 .... vo????c nil* inn r (X v ictilli aganuii,
the railroad company for the death of Mr.
Brown.
According to the petition. Mr. Brown left
three children, the petitioner. Perry Brown
of Albany. N. Y.. and William Brown of
this city.
Attorney Charles J. Murphy represents
the petitioner.
ASKS MANDAMUS WRIT.
Attorney Names Secretary of the Interior
Respondent.
Frank D. Blacklstone. a local attorney, today
asked the District Supreme Court to
issue a mandamus against Ethan A. Hitchcock.
Secretary of the Interior, to compel
him to admit the petitioner to practice as
an .attorney In the Department of the Interior.
Attorney Blacklstone complains
that September 8 last Assistant SecretaryRyan.
acting as secretary, rejected the application
of the petitioner for leave to practice
before the department on the ground
that Blackistone was disqualified because
he Is an examiner In chancery, appointed
bv the District Supreme Court.
The petitioner claims that is not valid reason
for re*fusinsr fr? h>>? ?,?
a laiiu fcvr pi OCUCCi
and he seeks the intervention of the court.
Attorney C. A. Keigwin appears for the
petitioner.
Witness a Test of New Device.
Gen. George Uhler. inspector general of
team vessels, and them embers of the
board of supervision inspectors, which has
been in session for several days past in the
International Investment Company building,
on 18th street northwest, were visitors to
the fire company house on the river front
Yesterday evening f*>r the purpose of witnpaolnv
o "" *
^ ? ucMivuoMniiuii ui a ntw nail-DearIng
nozzle for Are hose. The nozzle wac
attached to the apparatus on the District
flreboat, and with Its aid the stream of
water could be thrown In any direction.
The nozzle is designed for use on steam vessels.
Tests were also made of a new fire extinguisher
by the steamboat Inspection officials.
xuiiertti 01 jars. Garonne Addison.
Funeral services over the remains of Mrs.
Caroline A'. Addison, widow of James Addi on,
U. S. N.. and mother of James J. Dove,
will b?- held tomorrow morning at 9:30 a.m.
?t St. Peter's Catholic Church, when high
mass for the repose of the soul of the de .ise?l
will be celebrated. Previous to the
excrei.M.'s at the church a short service will
be conducted ai her late residence, 201 C
street southeast, where Mrs. Addison died
on Wednesday afternoon.
Sues to Recover $20,000.
Suit to recover $20 000 damages was today
filed In the District Supreme Court by
Ji'hn H. Tatspaugh against the New York
Continental Jewel Filtration Company, the
contractors for the union station tunnel,
for Injury to his health and the health of
his family, which he alleges has been Injured
by the smoke, noise, dust and
noxious odors emitted frwn a plant of the
company near his house 423 New Jersey
avenue southeast. Mr. Tatspaugh also
claims that the property has been injured
rid its rental value depreciated.
Attorneys Douglass & Douglass appear
for the i>lainUff
tit?
** V?vi? VI T* iU. M. M4RUU.
WUllam A. Mann, aged sixty-two years,
died yesterday afternoon at 3:Ho o'clock at
his home In this city. He was a memb*r of
that famous regiment, the 7th New York
Heavy Artillery, that was stationed in the
line efforts northwest of the city of Washington
from August. 18tKJ, to May 15, 1804.
When Gen. U. S. Grant took command of
the army In the east the regiment was ordered
to the front and joined the Army of
(I... P^lnmaa '1 f Qrwttavlvantfl V a Ttia
regiment went In the first division of the
2d Army Corps (Hancock's), a division
which. It is said, lost more men In killed
than any division in the army, east or
west.
Mr. Mann will be buried in Arlington.
His funeral will take place at 1 o'clock
p.m. tomorrow from J. William Lee's
chapel. No. 332 Pennsylvania avenue northwest.
Judge Rogers Sworn in at Annapolis.
ANNAPOLIS. Md., January 25?Gov.
Warfield yesterday administered the oath
of office to Chief Judge John G. Rogers of
the fifth judicial circuit, who succeeds the
mit ?j iiURC junr?. juuko nugvrH is uy virtue
of his office also a member of the Maryland
court of appeals. After the oath had
been administered. Judge Rogers affixed
his signature to the test book, the signature
being witnessed by Secretary of State
TUghman and Messrs. Charles W. Haslup
and Ernest Duval!. The governor then
accompanied Judge Rogers to the court of
appeals' room, where the new Judge was
warmly welcomed by the other members
Of the bench, and was congratulated by
Several lawyers who were present, among
^em ex-Mayor Hayes of BaMmr--*
SOAP. I v?S
! WeekSy suite, *
^ m cC? T n 21 m
o cakes ior ??? ir ?
The enti
/SS <1 dered t
V I \ f* Also Sat
" ii vb^o concert
be glv?
All economical NO CiLA
h o u s e k eepers
buy their week
ly supply _ of TfWTri
soaps each Sat- I L/| II I L_4
urday here. In M
Why not do so 4k 2k. I
too?
Choice of:
Cincinnati Ollene,
Octogan,
Star, Pearline,
1 v ? r y. Gold Have you any c
crystal. 60 e 8 the Automobile
Also ^Saturday? WHITE MUL
H O I'RBldHOI-D widths, from the
A M M O N I A? to the wider ones;
large-size bot- . ,
ties for broidery or lace er
-bU / -
STRAIGHT tSAXVUl
* ^ * broidery or lat
Third floor.?S. with Val. lace edg
Kann, Sons & Choice, a yd
Co.
? (TDm 1 w SP
|of 175
I ths
^ That's an example of
2| price at that. So low, in fact, that
^ WORTH UP TO $25.00.
^ ?JUUlt ait uiuauviuuio, v/uivta Hiauv
^ trimmed effects. Coats are most a]
S PUT WAI
5 _ your Saturday she
5 Why? .
^ These few lines will tell you.
^ We've several lots of really fine waist
? thev are extraordinary bargains.
*, We know you'll like the styles?th
m Not Job lots* but regular stocks reduced fo
with the quality of the materials, and cai
original prices. Lots are all small, but to
* CHIFFON TAFFETA Waists, lined, and r
_ choice of brown, red and navy blue. Th<
^ ANY LEFT FOR
^ NET WAISTS, very dainty, silk lined; mat
* of heavy lace; Bleeves and blouse tucked.
J FEW LEFT MAT BE HAD NOW AT....
^ LOT OF Manufacturer's Samples of TAFF:
^ latest styles, and mostly one of a kind. T]
yoke efTects. About fifty in the lot and m
m 40. They are regular $7.00 and $8.00 waist
^ Second Floor?8. Kann, Sons A Co.?Waist
;FREE TOM
j A 25c. package of f ,th ,
|J sachet powder \
^ This offer Is for tomorrow only, and In
^ and other favorite odors.
*,
5 Our big Satui
^ FREE with every box of fiwlft's Hearts
? Chrysanthemum, In all colors. This soap
toilet soap, and is put uj? 3 cakes In a b
^ 25<;. The three cakes, box and chrysanth
^
* I
\ UN neater
*> It's your own fault if yoi
*
? eno. wash tcbs or
triple-coated galvanized
j! Iron; strong rlTete<l han?
dies; faintly slip. / 79c. HEAVY
% Sale price..". ED TIN W.
% 12c. ACME TIN FLOITR ??f wUh
* SIEVES. revolving kind; bottoms. No.
* family size. Sale >Jr ?lze- SaIe I>rt
price flvo
- 25c. GRANI
J 49c. BEST RUSSIAN COVERED B1
T. IR( I\ Rft \"STE R<S rinnhin
u "elf-basting kind'; (am- '"nl 81ze"
> ily size. Sale price
Ht price
' 25c. GRANI'
n 5c. PATENT END BERI^N !
* COVEBCI) OAS TI'BING, with long
_ ?? I e price, 4? cover; 3-plnt i
^ ft ?SC? Sale price....
?
{ Everybo
5 these
^ mm/I in/*4??iimati4al 1
y auu 111^ u uiuwiiiui i
% And pretty nearly everything you h<
% tied by those who know what's wt
^ morrow:
5 Snecial. IS
% r
* Vocal?15c.
2; "I've Got a Vacant Room in My Heart
J for You."
* "When You Kiss the Girl You Love."
^ Tell Me."
* "Won't You Come Over to My House?"
"Somebody's Waiting for You."
"Dear Old Farm."
H "Cherry."
? "Down in the Everglade."
^ "Won't You Throw a Kiss to Me, Linda?"
^ "Autumn," by author* of "Hiawatha."
? "I Like You, Too."
I; "Not Because Your Hair Is Curly."
n "And a Little Child Shall Lead Them."
H "Why Don't You Try."
"Cheyenne."
J "You Tell Me Your Dream and I'll Tell
^ You Mine."
% Any of these will be played upon request.S.
Kann, Song & Co.
3 FEBRUARY MAG
% Mitnepv fir HnritAr'e
I vwa awa |TVK o
^ Ladies' Home Journal, lfic.
~ McClure's, 10c.
KJ Cosmopolitan, 10c.
_ Appleton's, 16c.
^ Red Book, 10c.
% Pearson's, 10c.
* $5.00 WORTH F?
^ We take subscriptions to any magazine?C
% $3.00 World's Work. r Each for or
* $1.00 McClure'a, J
v $1.00 Delineator, I or aeparaM
m
RAND OPERA?
i's 4il Trovatore"
TOMORROW. , .
* Jx
10 li!. J p.m. iu 5 p.m.
re opera of four acts will be ren>y
the VICTOR AUXETOPHONK ,
urday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.. a
Including all the popular airs will
n.
.RGB?Fourth Floor.
1ST "PEEP
COUNTI
/
urmcitr oc + r\ wtiaf will Kp Wfifn tfl
.UI l\/k71tj U J ?W llliW% 11*11 w > v. .. ....
: Tie and Stock combined?but thei
L TIES, various Jr^
real narrow string tie jU
; all trimmed with em- <y A f?i)\
ids. Choice...
NOS. of em- i STIFF LINEN
;e, COLLARS, all
;e. a =, sizes and differ- ? IT
-25c. eo^V.w..id..th.a-.J2j
175 ten
^TTTl'
VV Vy/lLlLiiV^Aii
<*-> .
at were $1?
what you can get in t
there have never been better barg:
of kersey and novelty materials, in
II lined with good quality satin. W
ISIS ON
jpping list?sure.
s?silk and net?and at sale prices
ey're late and positively correct.
ir the clearing sale. You'll be Impressed
inot but recognise the fairness of the
start with each lot contains most sizes,
nade in new pleated style; 4* a. *>5*
>y were *4.00. YOU BUY
le with handsome yoke# am
They were *7.50. THE
ETA SILK Waists, tn a number of th?
hese waists are made in a* > ^ =>
oetly black. Sizes 34 to (U)
s. CHOICE
flhon.
lORROW?
everv 1 25c* Purchase of j
evcry I toilet eoods.
eludes such sachets as Violet of Sicily,
rday special!.
and Flowers Toilet Soap, a large paper
is a highly scented, delightful .
ox, and sells regularly for |1 (1 P/"*
emum all for
s and furna
1 pay full prices for hous
H L E N E
toilet paper, large
polish- rol,s of perforated tissue,
and only 6 rolls to n,\SU
boil- a customer at, each
,TT7 Tia"lc 49c- GRANITE IRON
' 49c. coffee boilce*
ERS. lO^oint fllz? A -
rE IRON Sale price......7'.^C.
L'CKETS 6- 60c. GRANITE IRON
Sale fl E? RK-'E BOILERS. li-plnt
. ,Sc- ?K: 34c.
rE IRON 19c. GRANITE IRON
SAUCEPANS STRAIGHT SAUCEPANS
handle and with lone handle and
!lie: 15c. sai:rbriepelot.8lze: !4c.
rl v lil/pc
"J
songs
flits of the season.
;ar talked of, or hummed or whislat
will be found in this list. To
MM
>c. a copy.
U or
Instrumental?15c.
"Shy?Try" (two- :
step). ?From?
"Owatanni" MARRYING
(Mexican sere- MART.
nade). ?o_
"The Qunmaster" "HE'S A
(march). COUSIN OP
"Cuttln" Up" (two- MINE."
, Special
Cathedr a 1 Tomorrow
ClUmee." -i"
"Mornln* Star." 1Bc"
"Louise Waltzes."
!!SfpJ)y S?lne." "Belinda."
"Mickey Finn."
"Sleepy Lou." ? Chow"Shoulder
Straps." J *"Cherry."
La Sorella."
"The Mascot." "Belles of 'W
-Third Floor?Sheet Music Department?
A *w w n ^ M A fc.
A&I11CS KCAUY.
, 28c. Century, 28c.
Woman'* Home Companion, 10c.
Alnslee'a, 15c.
American Magaxlne, 10c. i
Metropolitan, 16c. \
Everybody's. 15c. J''
AND MANY OTHERS.
"H? ONI V &1AA
m VV*VV?
Hie week special Is
? year to one . ^ ^ *? QQ
i addresses, J i|/U?VW
IP |T?,*P|(,?P?t,#r*rrf'ir#f |p|p if jf if i
*
v . OPEN UNTIL 9 I
mmtarn
SjlPMgga
99 AT SPRU
.ESS STYLES?AL
lis spring in washable neckwear ? Of
re are others very attractive, too.
0LORD BYRON BANDIN
fluted ruffling on both sides; som
bined with blue or black?
o . 39c.?50c.
I
STIFF LINEN COLLARS, embroidered
In various
/ designs: all sizes p=>
C. and widths. Choice..
10PF0W ft
s wimt?
So 75 to $25,4
he clearing sale at one \
iins. Think how much it means?LE
the popular loose and semi-fitted styl<
here, pray tell, can you put LESS Tt
We offer a factory's emti
samples of ]
HANDKE
i ? ??
At halt us
WW hich means a b
a needful nol
season. These are si
facturers* seconds, but if you find i
fccts that may readily be seen, you'l
all voull find is a thick thread, a cr<
LOTH, ' LOl
Worth double, Worth d
7c. 10
These Handkerchiefs are all pure lii
with hemstitched edge?the kind tl
Iity and every-day use.
First Floor?Bargain Tables?S. K.
ice shovels i
;efurnishings. Our Satu
I I /TV
68c. BEST
V 7 gPf hardwood i(
$2.98 EMPIRE OIL M
HEATERS, black Japanned
finish; steel oil tank *
with patent burner; guaran
teed; odorless and KS:
,s?!e. 31.98 imH
$5.50 GENUINE MILLER
OIL BEATERS, (nil fVi
nickel or black Japanned
finish; large size; solid C1 FlA qrt> i
brass fount and burner *1BO atji 1
with self-e z 11 n gulshlng SAD IRO
duiv*c?:os uc?ur auu on 01 o 1]
indicator; guaranteed by handle and
the muker and our- nanaie ana
elves. Sale ffi A -T><n) or ni<*el
price Sale prlca,
"BOOKS, n,
?This great work by Winston Chv
forty times?and sold at, $1.08 until now
The edition offered at 44c. Cloth bound a
limited edition is exhausted the work n
Other good f
AQl unusual successes
?Book lovers are advised that we
the titles sold out at Christmas time. I
editions and when finally exhausted tl
Deborah, St. Elmo.
The Cost, Daughters c
Graustark, The Fortune
Prisoher of Hope. Call of the 1
?And more fhan 200 others, representing 1
lished, and the favorites originally broog
original editions and others are special
GIRLS'
now for $2.00,i
The clearance sale is playing havo
choose from three lots at half an
Honest now, will you permit your d
protection, or with a shabby coat \
to $5.00?
ODDS and ends of children's Blue Che\
years. Reduced from $5.00 to
CHILDREN'S three-quarter Mhgth eoatf
lot, mostly blue, with a few in brown an
out; sizes h to u years. Keaucea irom
CHILDREN'S long coats in plain and fa
browns, navy blues, reds and light and
12 years. Reduced from 910.00, 910.50 an
DRESS GOATS for girls, 8 to 12 years, 1
made of imported Kersey In red and bi
from 116.50 and *18.50 to
\ M. TOMORROW# JT /
ar COBBE? %/
MG IECKW
.L MODERATELY
course you have! Come and see. O
GS, embroidery centers, with tan
e with lace, all white or white com- piqi
tab:
-75c. yard.
NEW WHITE MULL TABS. In A U :
Jabot effect?the latest to wear 8T(
with linen collars? eml
50c., 75c., $i.00.
?r ?hoi??
_ _ _ JL _
F eoans
o>o.
>rice?and a very low
lSS THAN $10.00 FOR COATS
is; plain tailored and fancifully
IAN $10 to better advantage?
1 ^
ire stock of seconds and
> _
pure linen
RCHIEFS
;ual price.
argain opportunity in
: before equaled this
apposed to be manunore
than four out of ten with de1
do better than we have. And then
>oked stitch, in the hem.
I ^ B A
Ay LAJ> II 4,
louble, Worth double,
c. 121c.
ien?every thread. They are plain,
lat most women prefer for durabil
tnn, Sons & Co. I
in this cut-pi
irday sales offer splendid <
STEEL FURNACE SHOVELS with 3 {V,
keted handle. Bale price V "'
| *1.40 FAMILY SCALES
? 11tun luitKci guaranteed
to weigh correctly from
an ounce to 24 OiQ)/-.
lbs. Sale price.. OVC.
- ?i 5c. "PLAIN THIN
" U BLOWN TABLE TDMMPfiff
V BLEBS. 8-01. Rite; straight
IBI^I 5c. BOX DRIPLESS
WAX TAPERS. 30
dRS. POTTS' 10 box- Sale price..oPV#
98c. JAPANESE 8ERVrons,
separate i?jG TRAYS, tlze 12 by
stand; polished 15-in., decorated in bandfinlsh.
painted designs. K <[]>/*
^ ^ v? | Bale price u ' v# |
Richard Carvel
ow at 44c. a copy.
irchill has been reprinted more than
ind printed on good paper. When this
lay be had only at the original price.
books at 44c..
i in the $11.50 editions.
: have been able to pick up many of
HL,niEjjir>ivn inese m ?c. are all In limited
lere will be no more at this price.
Man of the Hour. ?
if Nljo. < Rose of Old St. Louis,
e Hunter. Eben Holden.
rVild. The Man on the Box.
the best line of popular Action ever pubrht
out at $1.00. Many of these are the
reprinted editions.?Third Floor.
COATS'
9
$3.00 and $5.00.
c with prices. Tomorrow you may
d less.
laughter to go out without sufficient
vhen you can get a new one at $2.00
lot Reefers, in slsee 8 to 12 $2.00
1 In Melton Cloth and Cbev- a* n A/\
id red; some lined through- jy?$ Ull
l 97.00 and 98.00 to *
inoy materials, Including p aa
I dark mixtures. Sites 8 to 55^5-IBII
id 912.50 to
In full length styles, and a aa
own. Have been reduced ? \|?U V
irrr# ****** rrrtranrrri
/
RUCHINQ STRI
only 5c
^Sl j . ?
v Dumc new ucaigns in nucning
** display tomorrow. Choice of
colors ?and a neck length to
what it is worth.
You have need of new inching?
eral strips.
First floor?Bargain tables.
'eaksty!
PRICED.
urs is an authoritative style displa;
^LORED STOCKS, some in
cy effects; made of linen, poplin or
ie, assorted shapes, with or without
b; all white or white combined with
>rs. Not a stock worth less than 23c.
ice Saturday
rOMOBILE TIE AND NEW WI
)CK, the latter tucked with made t
>roidery turn-over _ A s p 1 e
ends finished at
t> embroidery at.. First Floo
rUK <
FUR f
FUR NE(
nil < ^
an ai
Values m
In making up an extra special ft
Electric Seal Jackets, none pre^
time they were in use, and when
at the same price ($14.95)
iivvvi again outu a tiiantc.
IN MUFFS I lC'"i.npr.1'
as 136.00. All I
IN NECKPIECES |
Perstf
elty effects. Not one previously offered
140.00.
?All on one table?Second Floor?Fur
Disi
mid-sea
A showing; that will please the n
shapes In Bilk Mourning Hats, and t
colors, too.
These are shapes that will be prevaleni
vintpr hfltn will h? <r1o<f A#
.. " WW w* niv vimuvi
Prices,,
Second Floor?S. Kann, Sons A Co.
Sleeping g
undergari
It's the first time this season that
been offered at so low a price.
CHILDREN'S Heavy Fleeced SI
neck, long sleeves and feet, in white
60c. garments. Offered in the clearing
CHILDREN S Vests, Pants and
ural plain mixed wool; sizes 20, 22, 29,
Bold at 50c. to 76c. REDUCED TO....
rice list hoi
opportunities for mone]
\ i
j ' "4
Sale price
ZPC. TURKEY FEATH- \H?
ER DUSTERS, 12-ln. WtSF^f
e 1 z^e ; with g NKj^
40c. COFFEE MILLS BHOC
with patent regulatinR BErllR!?
screw; family^E5Lv5v35
lie. Sale price.. ?>0%^
$1.25 HEART SHAPE 60c. GRA
WAFFLE IRONS; No. HAM BO
8 size. Sale QQ/< a 1 z e.
price uyt? price
Women
Clearing1
?FOR WOMEN'S
Shoes. This sale p
^ rfT\ E? t'ie most remarkab
*R) Jf VU/^) ferings of months,
^Ir ^ ^ . this stook we woul
about 10% more tl
cost us. We have
40 different styles?shiny, dull or kl<
button or lace, and in any size.
P- ?FOR WOMEN'S 1
Shoes. These shoes
^ E? /Ov cuts, and also inclu
a O heel, lace and butto
? the college cuts are
*? ton or regular lace i
-ruR nuuciNn I
A Shoes. These are i
*31 <Tb In them you will fit
dP^oQ^V I300 QU&?ty- Thli
^ due to our ability tc
1 titles sufficient to l
$2.50 a pair, and this ability is the resul
command. There are about 20 difteren
any weight sole and any height heel.
ONE TABLEFUL of Women's Shoes,
lies that have been selling from IS.
rs are shiny, dull and glazed kldsklt
each style, but In the lot there will
Special tor Saturday, a pair
Misses' clii
infants
a*\ -FOR MI88E8' SIZES,
?1 .By regular $2 60 ahoes, in
" Bhlny, dull and kldskln
l?atb?rs.
1A -r?R CHILDREN'S
? I' jy SIZES, regular ?2.00 shoes,
** In shiny, dull and kid
leathers.
? u tr*> ?FOR INFANTS' SIZES,
IV regular $1.00 shoes. In
a m ^ shiny, dull and kldskln
IxtV.n
r ?r ?r |p it ?r ir ir ?r ar ir ?r ?c ?r ?r it ?r ?r
# dl . .
.. . -
CANDY.
* Ulhltfil r?c*
?*!*.? ^ chocolate
rtc.-b^i rarebits, lb.,
so buy sev- ^
29c.
Not the kind that
cause bad
dreams though!
i^Vj These have
O sponged chip
ft 1 1 I n b with
heavy chocolate
coating and sell
everywhere at
NVv a lh
y. The newest is cial satur7
DAY AT 20c.
71 71 800 lbs. CHOCOCll
C.I LATB NONPAI
I /73) REILS-a candy
11 (I w, ,hat ls very popJ
L J L \\J) ular. Worth
^ 25c. a lb., for?
IITE A8COT8, ready 14c.
'n d l?d line 2 First floor-8.
Kann, Sons &
r?8. Kann. Sons & Co. Co.
A Tr? %
i a, !
rtuffs, s
:kpieces, s
(Pi a nr :
p to $40.00. 5
ir list for Saturday we found six fine k
riously offered under $29.00. It was
it was suggested that these be put in *
: buyer said: "Well, let them go." *
k
.links, Sable, Squirrel, Fox and other ^
viously sold under $20.00 and some ag high <ire
In the favorite pillow shape. *
can find most of the popular furs of fc
sason?Lynx, Mink, Sable, Bqulrrel, Pox and c
in Lamb, in pelerine, throw scarf and nov- *
1 under $20.00 and one or two aa high aa *
Department. ?
>lay of ?
soe hats. I
_j , ? . t
iosx critical woman, we've tne new "
hose of horsehair and braid, in black and *
th
t this spring, and women who are tired of u
) presented to buy these. *
$1.98 yp. I
?^
aFm?mts and I
Sl?llt? children. S
garments worth 50c. and more have *
Ribbed Underwear Section?First Floor?*
S. Kann, Sons & Co. , '?
eeping Garments, with high k
and natural effects. Regular fc
sale at
I Drawers, in white or nat- u
28, 80, 82 and 84. Heretofore 45VC, '*
IAA nAAllft 1
Ji>tJ IIGtJUS. 5
/ saving. Read them.i J
-b! tiZl l
RDWOOD
PINS II 44c. GRANITE IRON *
11 iC< TEA KETTLES. 2-quart
ilit. 8 a 1 e T?g_ price
ZSC. *
29c. WOOD FIBER ^
WATER PAILS with
strong handles; 10-quart ?.
size; will not berome m
water soaked. 16c. fc
58c. GRANITE IRON J*
DISH PASS with riTeted A
handle*; 14-quart IfV,
lze. Sale price, w""
NITE IRON *149 MEDICINE CABI- *
ULERS, family NETS with mirror anil *
S > 1 ? iiin. shelf. H i If OA- ?
I price..:....:.::.;oyt, *
k
i's shoesi
%
sale snaps. ?
$3.50 and $4.00 _ ?
irice Is one of ~le
bargain of
as to replace / *,
d have to pay /
lan the shoes M ^
these in about' "h
J leathers, 1l M0^ ?
n/,UnRn ~ ^
de the French IBVA\ V ^
n dress shoes; ir \ *
blucher. but- U ?
styles. i
2.00 and S3.00 *
ipeclal values.
id the regular *i
i reduction ic
? handle quan ermlt
sale at "2
It of the enormous trade we are able to n
it styles to select from, in all leathers, with ^
1
ends of lines and broken *
00 to $4.00 a pair. The leath- a ? o? _
i. There la not every slae In ->5 B ^
be found almost every alge. v *
J J
o n
Wren's and ;
5 shoes. S
ONE TABLEFUL Of Misses' Shoes. In J
regular and extra sizes, from 2ft to 6, _
In the finest quality box calf; the very
bestJUnd for cold weather wear. Shoes ?
that havft H*#m i?llliur -
for $2.00 and $2.50 a pair. ? 1 IQ J
Special tomorrow, a pair. ^
Shoe Department?Second Floor. ^

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