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ALDRICH IS DEAU
1AM0US AUTHOR PASSES AWAT
IN BOSTON.
B< >ST< >N, March 20.?'Thomas Bailey Aldrich
th?- author. died at his home. In this
II,. ?.It.. m n
til*. > r^iri uaj . nr irtiiru iu lauj nvmi a
surgical operation performed about a
month ago.
Thomas Bailey Aldrlch, nne of the most
artistic of American poets and story
writer.", was born In Portsmouth. N. H..
November 11. 1H.'?>. His father shortly
^ftor this date removed to N'cw Orleans
and invested his capital in a banking business
there "The Story of a Bad BOy,"
published by Mr. Aldrlch In 1869. is in reality
an autobiography. But it has sufficient
Invented romance and fanciful portraiture
In it to be a charming piece of Imaginative
art. Th Hail Uojstory Is universally
regarded as one of the l>est book., for young
people ever written
It was intendeii that young Aldrlch
should have a college education, and he
was partly prepared to enter Harvard.
Hut when h-- was in Ills seventeenth year
the failure of his father's business, a disaster
soon followed by his father's death.
Thomas Baily Aldrich.
brought that intention tu an end. However,
an uncle in New York, a wealthy
merchant there, would gladly have taken
upon himself the expense of his nephew's
college career, hut Aldrich was independent
and preferred going into his uncle's
? ounting-house and becoming self-supporting.
When he was hut nineteen he published
his first volume of verse, and by the time
he was twenty the success of his "Ballad
of Baby Bell." which made his name a
household word throughout the land, determined
his path, in life beyond all turning
hack, lie ln'came one of the band of lit
wary Ni-w i orkers. of whom Bayard Taylor,
Stoddard and Stedman were also noted
lneml?is. and for a time he was connected
with X. P. Willis on the editorial .staff of
the X'-w York Homt- Journal.
In 1VM. on the resignation of Howe'.ls,
Aldrlch. by this time an editor of experience
and well known in literature as well,
was made . ditor of the Atlantic. Tills position
lit- held until INSlo. Since this latter
dit?* Mr. Aldrich entered into no other editorial
engagements. but held himself free
to devue his attention to his own literary
work entirely
It was la Boston that Mr. Aldrich first
made the acquaintance of his literary patron.
the lat< Henry L. Pierce, who met
the port at the house of a friend, and
was struck as much l>y the young man's
wit and social qualities as he had been by
liis literary sifts. In a short time a warm
friendship arose between the two. Mr.
Pierce was a man of discrimination, and
Jie recognized In Mr. Aldrlch a man of
genius and resolved to do a!l in his power
to encourage him. As a literary patron
lie showed that he had better tasie and
whs less tickle than many of the patrons
of former times, and at his death left the
noet a l;irire fortune
A story has been told of a curious ex- I
perience Mr. Aldrich had shortly after I
he tui>k charge of the Atlantic. A young ,
Boston woman, who has since become well
known in the world of letters, sent a poem
to him for publication. It was promptly I
returned with thanks, but the young woman
was not to be discouraged. She continued
to send inure poems and Mr. Aldrich continued
to send them back to her. At last
she grew weary of attempting to wet anything
into the Atlantic. She was nettled
at what she looked upon as unjust treatment
on Mr. Aldrich's part, and resolved to
l?e reventr^ii Accor.linelv itn flw. ?tr?rv
goes, slit- set about composing a poem in |
style and sentiment as like as po.-.-ible to
Aldrich's work. "This she sent unscrupulously,
with A 1(1 rich's name attached, to a
Hoston puper. in which Mr. Aldrich read
It to his manifest amazement. Even to him,
it is s:il i. the verses appeared to be his own,
although he had not the faintest recollection
of writing them. The following day,""
however, he learned the truth of the matter.
ami straightway vowed never to read
one of her contributions again, but to return
every one of them to her. marked
"unread." Nevertheless, she was resolved
to publish something in the Atlantic, and
accordingly begged Or. T \V. Parsons to
Intercede In her behalf. He therefore car
rled lo Mr. Aldrieh a profuse apology and
umr verses. and after a little persuasion
the editor was prevailed upon to accept
both. Mr. Aldrieh was married in 18(55 and
Is survived by his wife and one son.
Charged With Stealing One Dollar.
Charged with the theft of a pocket book
containing $1. the property of Arthur Foraker.
son of I'nited States Senator Foraker.
Robert Thomas, colored, a member of the
' white wings" force, was locked up at the
third precinct police station this morning.
Touns r oraKt-r, wno atienus the r nenus
Select School, took his handkerchief from
his pocket this morning while standing in
front of tin- school and his pocket hook aetrideritaily
came out with it.
When lie reached the school anil told of
his lo.-s he was informed by some of the
other Ix.ys that the streer sweeper had been
seen to pick up a pocket book. The police
were c.tiled upon over the telephone and
Precinct Detective Co* interviewed Thomas,
whose home is at Newport place. He
denied that he had found the pocket book,
but so |R>sitlve were the boys in their accusation
that the colored man was arrested
and taken to the station.
Thomas was searched, but no trace of
the missing pocket book was found. The
pocket book was afterward discovered, however.
In the sack of dirt that Thomas had
In his cart. A charge of alleged theft was
then preferred against him and he was
locked up.
Wills Filed for Probate.
The Fourth Presbyterian Church is bequeathed
$.VH) by the terms of the will of
Isabella Murphy, dated March 31. 18H8. and
today tiled for probate. The Interest of the
deceased in house WIS L. street Is devised to
William and Rachel Murphy, and house
Ml Massachusetts avenue la to be sold and
tiie proceeds applied to the payment of certain
legacies ranging from $1410 to $800,
which are made to near relatives of the
testatiix. Charles P. Cassidy is named as
executorUy
Ih eterms of the will of William Lorraft.
dated January 13, 15101, and tiled today
for probate, his entire estate is devised
to hl? children, Mary Agnes Raeburn, Wm.
Ij. ( arl?-? F. and James B. Locraft, In
equal shares*. Wm. H. Locraft is named as
eittulvr.
Reading Boom for the Blind.
Announcement is made that Miss Eleanor
Ford will Rive a lecture on "Maetterllnck.
the Practical Mystic," at 2:30 9'clock p.m.,
Saturday. March '?1, in the reading room
for the blind. Library of Congress.
Assigns for Benefit of Creditors.
An ne F. Tennllle. who.conducts * men's
furnishing store at 733 7th street northwest,
tikluv tiled an assignment for the benefit of
her i -.-dltors. She lists her liabilities at
l.Hs 17 and estimates lier assets at $400.
Julius 1. I'e.vser Is named as assignee
_ \
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Whitmark Dance Folio
S "? At 11 Be.
??
* * TK? T~\ <.11 IV. V..*
mm *??b ?? uiiuiai iv i/auu; rmiu uuuiaius auuui an inc ucsi
dance music composed this season, including the follow*>*>
lng numbers: J
**, Bill Simmons, I've Got to Dance Till the Band Gets
_ ? Through.
Smile on Me.
Moon Dear. i
Eileen Asthore (Chauncey Olcott's success). i
* When Iyove Is Young.
VI Will You Love Me in December as You Do In May? )
'ji'i On the Shady Side (Clifton Crawford's hit).
Vi The Doggie In the Yard, from "The Little Cherub."
Only a Message from Home, Sweet Home J
.y ?and others equally as popular and catchy.
^ * The entire volume ottered tomorrow-at 15c.
VI
*>% NECKWEAR, WOMEN'S HOSE,
?: s;:?. 17c.
9j*J Special lot of 100 dozen Women's Gauze Lisle and
men's Washable Four-in- J Lace Lisle Stockings with
Hand Ties, In white ind seamless foot. Regular 25c.
' leading colors. Regular 25c. quality, at 17c. a pair?three
kind tomorrow at half price, i pairs for jiOc.
womfm'C HOSP
^^-*1 ^ "VOL., II MS* / " ^
^ Worth 25c | Worth up to 2QC
K^?j 30 dozen pairs of men's { 50C *
** ?alf ^lofe' ,n a variety of \ Balance of our recent purfancy
mixtures, in leading < chase of Women's Hosiery
j a colors and patterns^ Seam- / on sa]e tomorrow at 29c. a
%% less foot. Regular 25c. qual- pair; values worth 3?c. and
Ity tomorrow at lie. a pair. 30c. a pair; consisting of a
1 hree pairs for a half dollar. ^ great variety of fancy effects
in all colors. Regular
?? -NtvKWLAR, 11 /n\? made foot.
\\ orth 2^C A " " " "
" '>urtl1 < rvnFR\\'F\R
Women's d. inty white LAULKH L^,
? ? Swiss Embroidered Stocks? Regularly ""5(01/-.
- fashion's favorite for spring 1
** and summer wear. Tom jr- ) J
row at l'Jc. instead of 23c. > Men's Medium-weight Xat
-? 1 ural Color Underwear: for
22 LACE VEILS. A (TT)i-? early sPrin? weai': shirts
TJ i_i , ^|f vL. \ drawers to match:
jvcguiai i_v /jt".. " " ( good quality: sold regularly
? * Women's fashionable black \ oOc- a garment. Tomer's*
I^ace Veils. yards long, I row f?r *^c*.*,
The newest fad for spring ( ?
wear. Tomorrow at 0c. in- { ROMPERS,
Jfc steaJ of .7ac- Worth 39c
*V BARBETTES, fl Children's Rompers, made
22 r> ii 11 VL. ) '>( Plain and striped ging%%
Reglllarlv 25c.. ) liam- Finished with yoke
"Barbette." 'the pre't'est ( and Ixelt. Button-in-the
w and newest fad in women's \ 'jack stile. For little chil "
' spring neckwear. A bow tie ( <lren up to 6 jears of age.
%* of white mull, trimmed *;th Regular 39c. value tomorf
y embroidery medallion in f row 'or ^',c
each corner. Regrul ir J.V. J _
"" value for l!>c. each. ( IA J AMAS,
-- -- - ( W'Qrt^ ->Qc ^riX^o
'j* IAMLE DAMASK. \ uttle children's Pajamas
*-*- Worth 6oc. /dS/- I with fePt and Batl1 Robes'
v* . , ) made of striped flannelette.
? . yard \ Sizes to 2 years. Regular
** 2.1 pieces of first quility \ " 'c. value for 25c. each.
f.9 Mercerized Satin Tible ( ?
Damask; ?It inches wide. ( CHILD'S APRON'S,
snowy white, with perfect ( ..r , - ?
luster. In a variety of e!al>- / >< ortll 11
W orate patterns. Regular ) jctc '
price, Arte. yard. Tomorrow } ~ ,
** for 48c . ) Children s \\ liite Aprons.
?? _ . \ made with dee? yoke; also
" -r, .u rr t- ^. ( White Lawn and Oingliam
1 ( )\\ r.L>, tl jTpr* / Dresses. Flannelette Pettitt
Worth r ->'/?(- ) coats, I.ong and Short FlanJJ
"uu" \ nelette Sacques. Regular
*,* Heavy-weight Turkish \ ?0c. values for 19c
*V Ba th Towels, plain white, \ .
also colored bordered styles. { f [pi c* T"?t? PCdT7C
Hemmed or fringed. Made of VilKlO UKWSLS,
ft soft, double-twisted yarn. Worth a a _
Our regular 12^0. Towel, r
' ' and counted excellent value ) *'VV- V?*.
for the money. Tomorrow ) Girls' Washable Gingham
W at 10c. each. \ and Percale Dresses, full
' ?-? ?? ? \ blouse front, neatly trimTiT
Vipt'TVC \ med. Sizes 4 to 14 years.
A-\I Ivl-N*., ) Regular (SV'. value for 44c.
,?3 I 200
dozen German Damisk ) \\ OFth ^\?f*
' " Dinner Napkins, all white. \ -oc W1 yva
in neat dice patterns lfi \ J
** inches square. Hemmed ( flomens Washablp GingJJ
readv for us?. Kegular price. ( ham Pvttlcoats. made with
'4 75c. " a dozen. Tomorrow. ( wide ruffles. Extra wide. In
each at 3T?c. I nPat striped patterns. Rcg
. ) ular ?le. value for :*?c.
**' SA^A?K SCAJ5LS- PETTICOATS,
3 .tKUlar,y 22c- U'r $2.76
**> Damask Scarfs, two yards ! v4-l-*J
** lone. All pure white, with ) Women's Good Heavy
' J ar.wnwnrv v?I ? ' ~ "
yv.ur.a I nuaiui<5 ^uetiliy Diai'K iai*,*>
knotted fringe at the ends. \ feta Silk Petticoats, made
** Regular :?c. value for 22c. with plaitings and ruffles,
each. \ Finished with extra dust
ruffle. All lengths. ReguyV
tvp / value for $2.7f> to
1 ( )\\ r-Lrr^ij, morrow.
-J Worth xoc. fb/tetc
51 yd Wm*"' KIMONOS, 42 r
'Jl 1,000 yards of t'nion I,inen ' Worth 59*- *
- * Absorbent Toweling, half- ( Woman's Shnrf Tfimnnno
MK V. 1 J J- ~ " *
}*s uTrti-uru sra.ue. oon nnisn, t of fast color percale. In dark
** hfvV weRht. Fast selvage coIors of na . and
V* e,dK"Sx> Wlt,h b'Uf lK,r; blapk- TIght-fltting back.
**' <Ler Regular 10c. value at wlth Mt Regular. 5?c. val?*,
yard- ) ue for 42c.
J* MACKINTOSHES. TSoXC^ TJ
\\ ortli up to $1.39 Vorth 2gc.... ?^
?*, $5 * j Special lot of Short Klyy
Women's and Children's ) njonos of printed lawn, in
'Jl Mackintoshes. warranted > neat figures and dots. Fin"
rainproof; in fancy mixtures ) ished with scalloped edge.
of blue, red and gray ( Regular 2Uc. value for 18c.
yy checks: with capes and { each.
* ' without. Values worth up {
*U tn IT.nn for *1 M I T\T*
-- - - _\ UKAV\ ?KJ\
*>> Worth 15c
L MUKhLLA? /I Children's Muslin Drawls*
Worth 79C. ... * era. with cambric hem?'?'
Children's School I'm- ruffle fin,?hed ^
''' brellas. covered with good >?* .8^ams and worked
*'* quality fast black Gloria buttonholes. Sizes up to 8
cloth." with handles In at- >ear? ?Re*",ar ljc' value
tractive styles. Regular 71>c. ( at ??- pair
V MUSLIN WEAR,
?"* ? GLOVES, ' Worth up to
io-button /AOr* 69c....
'* length Special lot of Women's
>9. ?? >* 1 I'ndergarments. consisting
? ' Special lot of 25 dozen , and cambric
W omen s lO-hutton length c gowns. skirts. drawers.
L?f f.' P nniiiitv for \ chemise and corset covers.
* white. ^ceUentciualUyfor \ trlmmed with lace etnbrold9
J *hopplnK a"dJfl!trrilrWe ery and ruffles Knds of
** Tomorrow at 4ftc. a pair. ^ worth ag h,gh as ^
II "SIUTQLOYISt
*V 12-button Mr MUSLIN WEAR,
length * I WrkrfU ^ ?
. ..vim up IU J'tlf
** Women's Regular One ( -oc
*? Dollar Quality Silk Gloves, i
In the popular J2-button ( ^ omen s Muslin DrawleiiKth'
choice of black or ) ers, trimmed with ruffles
? whfte ' Tomorrow at ?>c. a ) and lace; also Corset Covers,
nair. V Ph"" " '
77 - ? ^..vu..oc emu anon i naer
* i skirts. Values worth up to
"** HANDKERCHIEFS, **._foraie.
? ?..?%c. 19c;
^ 1 Women's Sheer Quality ; ... ... J' **,
Pure Linen Handkerchiefs Taffeta,
<tt with woven initial: all let- warranted perfect quality,
2j ters: regular 12%c. value, at n?vy' ch\mP"Kne- mod<>'
8Vr. tomorrow. "J*}; f1 *- *row,n- ?"
f cardinal. &e. Regular 35c.
HANDKERCHIEFS.
%% Regularly &DZC CANVAS. f /ft,,
^ 12/2C 0/2**" Worth 18c. yd. 1 UC?
%% Men's Oood Quality White Ready-shrunk Lining CanHandkerchiefs,
with self vas, in two shades of gray,
check patterns; of liberal fujj 30 inohes wide. Regular
size and soft finish. In- < 18c value at 10c. a yard.
stead of 12^4c. toillorrow, ? ??
PERCALINE.
UNDERWEAR ' Worth 18c. fl T>fl/ ?
^ for 25c yd
Infants * Nubian Fast Black Perca*'*'
Infants" Cotton Shirts- 1U" *trong'
the popular Rueben's make. , waT"
-m Tomorrow at 25c ranted absolutely fast colV*
Tomorrow at -ac. or gold elsewhere at 18c. a
JJ WOMEN'S VESTS, -T-onJ?5row at i2*?- _ ,
Special |ft STRAW HATS^0r
55 at Worth $1.48...
Women's Good Quality Black Neapolitan Straw
Ribbed Vests, finished with i Hats of fine quality, In the
"j", tape In neck and arms; low new flats and dress shapes,
neck and no sleeve* All f Regular $1.48 value. tomor>
sizes tomorrow at 10c. each. row at 60c.
rifif *??? ??? ????
?r?r'irifirfr rtf *r ir ricirrifrtrt
' ; .** ? * ? ' * ^ j
... * 7* : ', .
? Jtjtjtj* j?5? jt
Child's Hats TTTAYS TO DEAL j
at $1.98.
Regular [ < " i
$3.98 Value. I - J
A lot of 25 dosen I -v M
Children's Hats. | MlF _2Bl JSi
made of flnestqual- fiBiflAH /MM
lty hair braid, with (H HI hP^IH
full chiffon facings.
in Hat and poke *^i M
Colors are white,
light blue, pink, red
and champagne. 1
lot our buyer ^ ! "THE DEPEND
ed up In New York
this week at a barSEVENTH
ANl
|3.98. '
: n
J 11
Specials no Toilets.
1 Peroxide of Hydrogen, regular 4-oz. size, regularly 15c...10c.
i Rose Water and Glycerine, for chapped or rough skin, regu/
larly 10c. bottle ;5c.
/ Household Ammonia, full -strength 3c.
I Swansdown Powder Puffs, with fancy bone or porcelain tips;
i satin tops: worth 15c. and 19c 8c.
i M. H. L. Nail Enamel, in cake form; regular 25c. size,
'l for lOc.
1 Daceptt fir RamsHall's Pprfprt Pnlrt Cr&n m in lore- roan.
I larly 35c 27c.
i Hand Sapolio. regular 10c. siie, for 6c.
i Transparent, Glycerine Toilet Soap 3c.
Vim" Soft Rubber Complexion Brushes, made with snap
button fastener: worth 15c 8c.
Johnson & Johnson's "Red Cross" Absorbent Cotton, 1-oz.
packages, for 1 3V4c.
1 Rubber Gloves for household use: all sizes; pair 2!)c. '
j Sail? of Walking
!; Worth Up to $110 arad $12 f
| Material
j Our buyer secured this big
j Skirts in New York this week. No bigger or bettei
| They are made in this season's newest models?pra
! smartest and most approved materials that will be w<
The lot consists of the finest quality chiffon Pan
black TSffeta, Embroidered .Taffeta, mannish fancy :
ported black and white plaids and stripes and fancy n
A splendid collection of styles, including elegan
with tailored folds in clusters. Here's a brief descrij:
i Fancy Panama Skirts in the charming light checks and
mixtures trimmed with tailored bands, extra full width
1 around the bottom.
j Box plaited black Taffeta silk Walking Skirts, full box
( plaited all around, others full kilted all around in cluster
ipiaua.
Fancy green and blue check Cloth Skirts, plaited and
trimmed with tailored bands.
In all the most fashionable colorings, such as ?v
i black and white effects, cream color, green and blue t
ber of the staple and always desirable black.
Choice offered tomorrow at $5.98 of Skirts sold
SPS?S-. 3Qr^i SHADES, 8In 1
ivvortn 95c.} Worth 25c.... u " '
Large wreaths of Roses \ Manufacturer's "seconds" 1
and Foliage, in all the lead- \ of regular 25c Opaque Wining
shades of pink, tea and \ dow shades, in a complete \
cream. Regular 08c. value, ( assortment of leading col- '
tomorrow at 30c. < ors. Complete with fix- \
i ""* " ( tures. Regular 23c. value, at 1
BOYS' SUITS, "c. each.
$4.00^. $2.98 YOUTHS'SUITS, \
Boys' Navy Blue Suits of ( ^ Ortll 0^1 '
pure worsted s rge, in ( SioOO
i double-breasted style, with ) ' T _ ,
straight knee pants. Sizes } Young Men s Long Pants
1 7 to 16 years. Regular $4.00 ) Suits of fancy worsteds. ,
value for $2 08 ) overplaids and mixtures, in
i ^ ( the newest double-breasted
prw<x' <iITTT<i \ cut- w'th form-fitting back,
l-oUllo, ) broad shoulders and closeWorth
<C fl rfT\Q ) fitting collar. Pants cut full
1 a. t? 11 70 ) Pe&-top shape. Regular $1?.00
1 \ and $10.00 values, for |o.98.
Lot of Boys' Fancy Chev
) iot and Casslmere Eton and .rrv,? XT?~
) Square-collar Sailor and rArSl IS, '
) ""Russian Suits. Sizes 2V4 to Wnrth tf ? *? r*
) i) years. Regular J2..V) and , ?J ^ U ^ Q1
\ $3.00 values, for $1.98. $2.50 c*' * W ^
"I Special lot of Men's Me)
bLULbJc-i?, ALUC' dium-welght Pants, of gray
) Wnrth 7Cr / hair-line stripes and dark
( _ . mixtures, well made and 1
j Roys All-over. Embrold fnrrn/>*itntinvij
. UMIUiCU, IVCg UidI I
ery Fauntleroy Blouses, ?>.00 and $2.50 values, for
with fine quality embrold- #1 yj a pajr1
ered cuffs and front. Sizes i . i
i 3 to 9 years. Regular 75c. / I1
\ value, for 49c. BISCUIT,
SUSPENDERS /n\ 1 Regularly 5c
3(Qj- Maryland Biscuit Co.'a
Worth 19c. pr. *** 1 Crackers, in air-tight pack'1
Boys' Elastic-web Sus- ages. Regular price. 5c.
i penders. with slide buckle Tomorrow for 3c.
and mohair ends. Regular \ ? ?^ \
FREE TOMORROW. 1
( BOYS' CAPS, Tl <n>/-. Large samples of the new |
i W .-tK ir ' llVk# scouring soap, "Scrub E-Z,
( Yv Orttl 25c given free to patrons vislt
( Boys' Spring Caps, in golf, ing the Basement Housefur(
Eton and college shapes. nishings Dept. tomorrow.
1 In a variety of colors. Reg- .
ular 25c. and 3?c. values for BOILERS, i Qr ^
) Worth 29c 1VV?
) Rnv?' QI71TC 1 ? -
Heavy Tin Ham Boilers.
1 Worth <? a <-?. | Sold regularly at 29c. LowVVOrin
$2.4-V* ?red f?r OBe d?y to 19ci
?p4*^ i - ~ - -i
1 Boys' Blue Cheviot Suits, , dait cpc ? _
in double-breasted style, ^ l^C-rvo, (y)9/,
with straight or knlcker- Worth $I.2Q. . .
i bocker-shape pants. Slues 1 Extra Heavv Conner-botto
lfi vpura Rwnlar *4 no is.xtra Heavy copper Dot
value for i" 49"" torn Wash Boilers, with pat
ent cold handles. Regular
CRETONNES, S&?e' *129' Tomorrow for
Worth 15c ?3>jfc J. ;
; yd |i TOILET PAPER,
( Grecian Cretonnes, in an 1 Worth E?
extensive variety of new
spring styles and colorings. (' IOC. .
, Regular 15c. value, for 8\c. Large rolls df Perforated
a yard. 1 Tissue Toilet Paper, con
? talning one thousand sheets.
30-IN. SWISS, Regular price, 10c. a roll.
Worth I214C. I1 Tomorrow forhalf price.
i"w-: brooms; ,.:
100 pieces of Drapery -III,. ,1 ^ B rSlV
Swiss, In 3 size dots?excel- Worth 2QC. ...
lent sheer quality. Regular 4-string Carpet Brooms,
price, 12tte. a yard. Tomor- <' made of" selected quality
row at ?%c. / stack. Regular 29c. value,
(Fourth floor.) for 18c. each.
; V- T ' 'V * \ - I ?*? '
_ - / -a* aaitli.-n.-?< i,
\T GOLDENBERG'S." $3 and$3.51
l . WAISTS
r~ 1 $1.98.
jgagBn gP Three handsome
hMm. /djft) models. Made ol
HH W? VP 91 softest white lln
wwp J?J5
^ stripped with Jap*
a nose embroider i
' and beautiful inAtj
t it C T r\ d C ?? sertloiu of V&lenOU?.31UKl!,.
clennes lace, alsc
Inserted across th<
. blouse. Three)
K STREETS. : S? "
1 fssi Ik THT?\TS ill a!
; Pyre Food Dept.
I
Armour's Sugar-cured Hams, select quality, lb 14^fcc.
Armour's 3-lb. Palls of "Shield" Brand Lard 35c.
5c. Cans of Rumford's Baking Powder 3c.
15c. Cans of Shriver's Best Quality Sugar Cori> 8c.
Gillies' "Jav-Marmo" Coffee, regularly 28c. lb lttc.
Van Llll's Vegetable Celery Chow, regularly 10c 7%c.
Apitezo and Cereta Wheat Food, regular 10c. sizes 6c.
Armour's "Veribest" Potted Ham and Tongue, regularly 5c.
tin, for" 2%c.
15a Taylor's Old-time'Preserves, in various flavors 8c.
10c. Packages of Burnham's Hasty Jellycon and Custards,
r assorted flavors 6c.
Woodchuck Laundry Soap, four cakes for 5c.
' 15c. Cans of "Bon Bon" Pink Salmon i?c.
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Greatest
job of women's stylish Walking
values have ever been offered Washington women,
ctical and stylish?and, best of all, fashioned of the
3rn this spring and summer.
amas, fancv Check Panamas, Voiles, English Serges,
striped and check Panamas, gray plaid Panamas, imovelty
Panamas.
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l pictiLcu niuucis, wiLii muhcu beam eircct, inmmcQ
>tion of some of the styles:
Box plaited gray plaid Skirts, designed in the smartest
style.
Imported Fancy Cneck Panama Skirts, all closely plaited.
Handsome cream color chiffon Panama cloth Skirts and
cream Voile Skirts, made with cluster panels of plaits.
Plain chiffon Panama cloth Skirts, hi artistic box-plaited
and kilted effects, all latticed up the side panels with selftailored
bands.
erv shade of gray, new shades of brown, navy blue,
flecks, gray and white effects, as well as a great numregularly
at $10.00 and $12.00.
MOP HANDLE,Qr INDIA LINON,
Worth 12c Worth 11 T)[[/ jr?
Adjustable Mop Handle, 200. yd. . . .
ReluUir 'ti-icTVc ^ach' ' she? quality White India
Tomorrow fir Rr *! L1"?n- 40 in^eB wide - a
? qUa]ity especially . adapted
v"~ ( for the making- of summer
CT OTTTTTC; T TVP , .waists and frocks. Regular
i value for 12%c a yard
Worth
Fifty feet of best quality !' jl A l_
Galvanized Wire Clothes (! Worth 20C. yd. a
Line, warranted rustless. Genuine Sea Island NalnOne
day at 8c. instead of sook, 30 Inches wide, the
12c. sheerest and finest grade for
? infants' dresses and worn\ir
i nil TTTHC / en's wear. RegularUOc. valW
Aoxl 1 UrSri, ue> tomorrow at 14c. a yard.
Worth 85c....
Extra large size Galvan- CTI seized
Iron Wash Tubs, with oiLIV trrcLlj,
corrugated sides and strong- Worth /Tk^ /
ly riveted handles. Regular * * VJ&i/AC
85c. value, for CUc. 1 I2J/2C........ *
^ I oun EjiLecia in tmvy uiue
fnnk' QTnVTTQ \ grounds, with dots and neat
o 1 W V C-o, figures of white, highly merWorth
E? ,r?. ( cerized qual ty. Regular
rJ'U'lCT price. 12%c. a: yard. Tomor75c
* / row for 9%c.
2 - burner Oil Cooking ..
Stoves, with seamless oil ,
tank. Regular price, 75c. PATJ^TF tl /nv ?
Tomorrow for 59c. " ^ ' . H Or*
? ??Worth *5C. yd. 11
DRESS GINGHAMS, i , e. SdT^ne.^cios^
Worth IOC. Z 5/- woven quality that will
..j ' launder perfectly. Regular
-*u #u % i 25c. value. One day at 19c.
iuu pieces or exceuenc i a yard.
quality Dress Ginghams, in ( 1
<1 lariro ira riot v nf nanr ) I
spring styles and colorings, CANNON CLOTH 1
Including stripes. checks h, u ?7 I
and broken plaids, colors of \\ orth (Q) />
blue, pink. tan. green, ox- < ,varrl J
blood. Ac. Regular 10c. val- i ly,. yaiu. . 4 . . /~ir ,
ue for (J\c. a yard. White Steam-shrunk Canw
_ _ _ _ non Cloth, with real Irish
linen finish, 36 Inches wide.
MADRAS ^"5 / Regular price, 15c. a yard.
Wbrt.w54c.934c. / ?~
2 cases t>f yard-wide 1 J
spring Madras, white TEA SPOONS,
grounds with blue and black ,
stripes, checks and block Worth
designs, excellent quality for i ycc
men's neglige shirts and . I'.VjlU"*'. ... i
women's waists. Regular d^i uisix nosers rsicnei- j
12*c. value for 9%c. a yard. P'^ted Tea Spoons (famous
W. R. brand), In fancy de- 4
1 signs, fully warranted to |
APRON GINGHAMS wear Re?ular 75c- Yalue. 1
v.7 , ? ' tomorrow at 49c. set.
Z ^ 634c. !
l.'ooo * yards* "of SLd ! MEN'S SHIRTS, J
quality Apron Ginghams, KegUiarly 'Xtffc/'* 1
the best grade manufac- cnr Jyt,
tured, and sold everywhere J j
at 8c. a yard, fast colors of , Men's White Neglige
blue, brown and creaa Shirts, with plaited bosom. !
checks. All sizes; Full cut and lib
? era 11 y finished. Regular 80c.
value, at 39c.
PIQUE, *
Worth oil/- ; BANDING | 11/r
I2y2c. yd.... ??94C. Worth 19c.
White-welt Pique. an ex- Venice Lace Bandings in
cellent grade for children's white and butter color,
dresses and women'* skirts. Edges to match. Pretty deRegular
i24c. value for signs. Regular 19c. ana
8%c. a yard. ' 25c. values, at 1114c. a yard.
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jfj'woMjsirs suits,'?
.1 .Worth g
' :j $13.5U, ior
i A collection of Women's Stylish Spring Suits, V
i 1 fashioned with particular care, of chiffon Panama cloth. *?
with plain hlp-len*th jacket, fly-front style, tight-fitting "r
' bick. Velvet collar and small lapels. Plain coat sleeves. *,
finished with plain cuffs of cloth and buttons to match. ^>*
i Jacket is satin lined throughout. w*
> i1 Skirt Is a full plaited model, with plain panel front
j. V and full cluster plaits.
i 1 In black, navy blue and light gray.
' Actual fl8..V> value for )13.9N.
i JAP SILK, 1ft/. j TEA SETS,
Worth 25c s \ Worth $1.50..
20-inch White Natural ) 18-plece Decorated China
Japanese Ha&utai Silk, firm- ) Tea Seta, consisting of 0 ,
1 woven texture. The Kind J cups, 6 saucers and 0 plates. ?*
1 that will wash perfectly. \ flower and gold decorations.
Regular 25c. value, at lUc. 1 Regular J1.50 value, for
a yard. ( 9#c. *.
BLACK SILK, WASH BOARDS, **'*
( Worth ^ b ) Worth -9 _ Vl *
! 320 I 45c.. fc*
1 23-tnch Black Japanese 1 Crystal Olass Wash
1 Silk, all silk, heavy, strong Boards, the kind that wear **
1 quality, guaranteed to wear. twice as long as the ordlBegular
32e. value, for '.15c. nary xinc kind and never
a yard. / rust. Regular 45c. value, *,
Worih'^.'... 60c., Widows, ggc ?
1 36-inch Colored Taffeta ) W?rth $I.OO.,.
Silk, extra heavy and chlf- ) I>arge sixe Feather PII1
fon finish kinds. In brown \ lows, for double beds, cov- ,
1 and black, green and black. ( ered with genuine A. C. A. *?
1 garnet and black, helio and ( feather-proof ticking and w*
1 black, also plain brown and ( filled with hot-air purified
myrtle. Always retailed at ( feathers, made sanitary by
1 08c. a yard. Tomorrow for / a new process. Regular $1 **
1 69c. ) value, for 5S?c. each.
RT ATR' C;TT k * r= "\fATTRF^^ V*
; wovth*857.:::^c. j r^uiarir~ qq k
i 27-inch Black Taffeta Silk, \ $IO.q8 ^
' l,ri,S!,nlHfln!9n,h ???! " Elastic Felt Mattress. ?<*
olir,,Iar sl llfl fAr Tltia ) covered with art ticking and *v
t made In one or two-piece '**
day at &>c. a >ard. j styles. Regular price, *H?.98.
TAFFETA, qq ) _Tomorrow for_*?"_8-_ .
! Worth $i.o'o..PeC- j GO-CARTS. ?U 09
i. Yard-wide Hlack Taffeta \ ? , ^.o ol/U?V*-> **
Silk, all silk, heavy, rus- "PS-J - ? ^
tling grade, guaranteed to Reclining Folding Go- r ,
' wear. Sold regularly at $1.00 1 Carta, with green enameled
a yard. One day for 88c. running gear. 10-inch rub- Ofc
??? ? ber-tlred wheels, perforated ,
i rOTTO\T iTbH /~ back- Regular $3.08 value *
Worth i2>4c. ^C.
A case of superior quality I POOTWEAR *"k
Bleached Cotton, full yard ,.r . J . x
wide, soft-finished quality. '? Ortll tK H
free from dressing, excellent / <?2 :q . . '
\ ior women s unaerwear. in- / , . - , . v
\ stead of 12^c. a yard, to- ) Special lot of women a
( morrow for 9%c. \ spring weight High Boots
) ( of Patent Colt and Kidskln. *,
) 0 nirrTc I ,n narrow and medium
\ 0IX9O Mittlo, ) widths, lace and button
) Wnrth a c\ ) styles, sizes from 2V4 to fl.
worm >10 ( VaYueB worth up to $2..V) a k*
( 5QC "V I pair for
( " 81x!X> Bleached Standard > .
( Sheets, full size for double FREE TOMORROW. Z%
( beds, hand torn and ironed, \ _ . , , , ? . *,
finished with deep hem. Trial samples of Renals- , *
made of close-woven un- ?nc? Antiseptic Toilet Soap
V ... ~ . ) ft vun frua T1-i t \\ rriwwlw niir.
dressed cotton one day at , / 4u Vr
' 48c.?regular 59c. kind. , chased In the Toilet Good* fc*
' ^ _ _ dept. tomorrow.
! \Vo?hA$??5.. 89C. \ EM BROIDERY. ?
1 I,arge-size White Crochet 1 Wortll
i Spreads for double beds, i If)c. V&rd
i pearl hemmed, ready for " nlla.ltv Stti? Corset ,
use. in Marseilles patterns. Cover Kmbroidery. with *.
Re g ul a r< 1 \a lue, for 8i>c i beading top. full 1H inches k*
7T77^r, Z wide, in the newest designs.
> PILLOW CASES, Regular 31><\ value, at 25c. r
? a yard. ,
?*: **c. -7^:;:
i 42x3G Bleached Pillow \Vr?rtli ril/r
Cases, made of close-woven I m
undressed cotton, regular i Swiss Embroidery Medal- 'St*
, size, hand torn and Ironed. lions. In a large assortment 'g.'ifc
Regular 12Vfcc. value, for 1 of new patterns, several ,
, 9\c. each. shapes. Regular Ifc. and *,
? V't^c. values, for 5c. each.
BONNETS, r Arc-c * t / '**
/ Worth $1.50.. rVC' LACfS 634C. K*
Little Children's Chiffon
Worth I2^c k;*
(> Hats and Mull Bonnet*. Special lot of I-aees, suittrimmed
with lace and able for trimming summer
rosettes. Regular $1.30 val- frocks. Including Cluny and A,
ues. for 5?c., 1 Imitation Venice effects.
1 ? ?? ? 1 Insertions only. Regular r'&
T AMPS fl <tk 1 12^?- va,u*. tomorrow at *,
iThe Miller Reading DRESS GOODS, fcfc
Lamps, nickel-plated, with ( a* n H > >t
10-inch shade, all complete. ( *' Or ill D II (y) *
Regular $1.(1S? value, tomor- ( 50 * * 1ft*
row for $1.11). tlrt-lnoh All-wool Vicuna '*>
/?> 1 T-, 11r*t* r\iTr,r,TiPTici ' Cloth, in black only, a rich ft
CARPE1 SWEEPERS, nuallty. Sold regularly at *k
Worth <f tl <f>f> ( *1 yard. Tomorrow for **
$,sr. $L09 ? a
' * The "Winner" Carpet ) PANAMA, <k1fc
) Sweeper, made with solid I ,< .. 0l^ ? A *,
\ oak frame and e*<ra qual- ) ?V Ortrl cwJC. \ (1.. j(ft
( Ity all-bristle brush. One ) 52-lnch All - wool Black
( day at $1.09 instead of ) Panama, with handsomo.
( $1.?). > lustrous finish. Regular 1ft*
) ? -? . ( value, tomorrow at
COAL HODS. . e
wortn 25c..... , BROADCLOTH, J?
j Japanned Coal Hods, of 1 .. , '
good siee and durable qual- Worth
Ity. One day at 15c. each flSrin *,
Instead of 2.1c. fc*
52-inch All-wool Black *fc
RTTriCFT^ II Broadcloth, with fine twill
?r , ,r5C 1 back and handsome lustrous ,*
Y\ Ofth 25c. ... satin face (sponged and
Brilliant* Blue Enamel shrunk free). Regular $1.19
Covered Buckets, holding 3 i' v&'ue. at a yard. - ,
quarts. Regular 25c. value, " " ~ _ ,
for 15c. VOILE, "^Or ?
KETTLES, t/Lr Worth 50c. yd.. j*
Worth 29c.,.. 11 .'^VKy, M
Brilliant Blue Enamel garnet, mode, tan. pearl,
Lipped Preserving Kettles, ateel and cream. Regular r
holding 8 pints. Regular 50c. value, at i?c. a yard. *
2ftc. value, for 16c. ) ?? V*
?????? 45c. 6S,vd. 48c.
. nui hi . ... 44-Inch All-wool Double4-foot
Hard - wood Step ' twill 8torm 8erge, very firm Vfc
I ladders, made of seasoned i quality. In garnet, royal,
| lumber, strongly built. Reg- < navy, brown, green. Ac.
) ular flOc. value, for 45c. Regular ?5c. value, for 48c.
I?.? a yard.
i FLOUNCING, ci'iTivrc a ^ ^
t Worth $x.50... " ?,V , o 49C
27-inch Swiss and NalnI
Worth 89c. yd... * ^
I sook Embroidery Flounc- SB-Inch new Spring Fancy
| Ing. in a large variety of Suitings, In a variety of ,
| styles, including blind and neat gray mixtures. One of **
1 eyelet designs. The latest 1 the most desirable fabrics
1 fad for entire walats and for sorln* wear Regular
dresses. Regular $1.00 val- 89c. valueT at 49c! a yard.
ue, for 09c. a yard. i' Mi
FLOUNCING 1 CHEVIOT, ^
worth 5i 29c. Worth198c yd. 75C. g
J _ fiO-lnch All-wool Cream **
Fine quality 8wlss Em- Cheviot, correct weight for
broldery Flouncing. 18 In. spring wear. Superior qual- "
wide. In a large variety of ity, sold regularly at U8c. a **
new and effective designs, yar<i. Tomorrow for 76c. VV
Including blind and eyelet . .
SfSSfc. ^ ; CREAM GOODS, "
ALL-OVERS, 4QC. ^d 59C. j?
\Yorth 75c. yd.. \2
-inch All-wool Cream |
Fine quality Swiss and Crepe de Chine, a very soft, ll
Nainsook All-over Era> clinging quality. Tomorrow ""
broidery, 18 inches wide. In at 8#c. a yard Instead of ?"
norai ana conventional pm- roc. ^
1 terns; also combination ? . ,
1 open and blind work. Re*u- tatt ct CCTC **
i lar price. 735c. a yard. To- ,.r . * ' kit
i morrow at <9c. yard. Worth # J 93 ^
5C> ^lfl^ece American PorceWorth
IOC lain China Toilet Set*, full **
Oood quality Cedar Lead gold flnlsh, basing with rqU ?
Pencils, put up one dosen edge,' all full slse pieces, fcfc
In a package. Regular Regular |2.M value, for vv
price, 10c. Tomorrow at 5c. $1.98.

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