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BOW ANY MEAL CAN" BE THOROUGHLY ENJOYED BY ANY STOMACH. Men. as a rule, are flrst discovered by their enemies. Their antagonists tuna oa the searcb Mght, an<1 the proof of merit will Me in being able to stand the flash. It was only in tbta way that Mr. White ever knew that dyspepsia waa one of Mr. Black'* worst enemies. Sitting face-to-face at a two l-y four table, be banded bis afflicted friend the Mil of fare: urater Cocktail. Stuffed Olives. Boston Clam Chowder. Strained Gombo. Sirlofis Steak with Mushrooms. Roast Beef Hash. Boiled Ox Tongne with Sauerkraut. Lobster a la Newbirf. Baked Pork and Beans. Combination Crab Salad. Hot Mince Pie. Pineapple Fritters. Mr. White ordered a "little of each.'* Mr. Dyspepsia Black ordered crackers and a glass ??f milk. "1 had snrh a big breakfast this aiorn fVig.'* be said, "that I'll Just take a bite to keep yon company." Rut Mr. White could not be de eeMcd. "I am afraid you can't stand the gleam. Mr. Black. Why don't you say you hare dys pepsia and be done with it? You'll always have that hungry look, anyhow, as long as you bare dyspepsia. Now. listen. My siontach was in; Jus: as bad condition as yours at <jlc time. But < low I can eat anything, at any time. For In- [ Stancc, this clam chowder or sirloin steak or even the lohstcr would be Just a* welcome to My stomach as your crackers and milk. You don't rcallxe bow this dyspepsia business is rob bing you of your spirit, of your energy and abil ity to think quickly, I can't help notice It. You feaven't the cheer and sociability you had three Month* ago. Now. I'l tell you what to do," atod thereat the checrful Mr. White took a vial from tila pocket and extracted ? wee tablet. "There la a tablet that contains an Ingredient one grain of which dlgeata 3.000 grains of food. For eren the worst dyspeptic It'a the only thing that nail? glvea relief. The reason Is. It relieves the stomach of nearly all the work it has to do, digests everything in the atomach and stimulates the gastric Juice. I can't get along without them They are Smart's Dyspepsia Tablets. You can get them anywhere on earth for 50c a package.'' Yes. It la true. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets ab ?olutely atop heartburn, nausea, indigestion, dys peps I a of the worst type, sour stomach, bloaty feeling and all eructations and Irritations, and fieaheto and invigorate the stomach. Tb?y cheer you up. and make you get all the good there is la your food. You will forget you eTcr had a ?tomach to worry you. S*nd us your name and address today and we will at once aenrl roo by mail a sample package, free. Address F. A. Staart Co., 130 Stuart Bldg., Marshall. Mich. CHAS. R. EDMON'STON. Beautifully Decorated PLATE ?FOR COURSE ^-DINNERS, -4-TEAS, etc. ,HR need of a v.ioply of decorated course and aoup plates is quite apparent to the boateaa who euter talns very much. Inspect our large and exclusive collection of these plate* in /tine Haviland French china. En glish china and Austrian china, in to# richest of decorative effects. T*e assortment ia too great to give l?fi?-es. but we shall lie pleased to ahow you onr collection at any time and quote you most reasonable flg / ures for any number of platea de aircd. Cfcas. R. Edmonston, CHINA, GLASS. HOUSEFURMSHINGS. 11205 Pa. Ave# untinininninmnimnmniiimininnu Reading and Desk Lamps Designed according to the most modern requirements of de sign, color and ?ro?er distribution of light. W. B. Moses C& Sons F Street and 11th Sole Agents for The Duffner CK Kimberljr Company of New York Wilson <& Mayers, 1227 and 1229 O St. Fame New FurmatMre amd Carpets (Rugs) Of unusual quality and character, dircct from manufacturers, to be sold By Auction Wednesday Morning, Commencing S0:30. Seata provided. in part: Solid Mahogany Non-dividiug I'edeatal Banquet Table. Serving Tables. Chairs. Ruffets and China Cases: Quartered Oak Buffers. Tables. Chairs and China Cases: Solid Mahogany and Mahogany finish Parlor Suites: Bureans. Chif foniers. Princess Dresser*. Solid Mahogany Par lor and Hall Chairs snd Tables. All-leatber ? 'hairs and Rockers. Heavy Brass Beds. !<ofa J>avenports. One-piece Imp. rial tiold Brocade, liold Parlor Cabinets: Wilton. Axmlnater and Brussels Rugs: Teakwood Pedestals. Japanese | tM-reens. Vases. Mirrors. Pastels, etc. Come in Tuesday and see these han<!s.rne fur n things. All new and perfect, and ro guaran teed. WILSON & MAYERS. I HAPPENINGS IN ALEXANDRIA NEWS OF THE CITY ACROSS THE FOTOMAC RIVER. Arrest of Gypsies?Electric Car Sustains Damage?Obituary Notes?Brief Mention. Special Correspondence of The Star. ALEXANDRIA, Va.. January 20, 1908. A band of gypsies, consisting of two men, two women, three small girls, and one boy, was taken in custody by the police this morning, following the receipt of a telegram from George H. Richmond, chief of police of Council Bluff. Iowa, re questing the local authorities to arrest and hold Luclan Marino, a Servian gypsy, and a girl, wanted in that city on a charge of grand larceny and abduction. The party had been established for sev eral weeks directly opposite police head quarters. in the old Braddock House, tell ing fortunes as a means of a livelihood. The gypsies deny the charge. The gypsies received several telegrams this morning from Omaha. Neb. Gas was discovered turned on In a store, corner of King and Pitt streets, at 6 o'clock last evening. Owing to the fact that the proprietor of the store, Mr. Chas. S. Elliott, resides in Washington, the police were unable to procure the keys. By authority tof Mayor Paff, Policemen Knight and Garvey broke open a rear door and found the store filled with gas issuing from a large illuminating lamp. While running to catch the 12:15 o'clock electric train for Washington yes terday afternoon President D. A. ^Hayes of the Glass Blowers' Association of Phila delphia ran Into the switch chain which was being held by a trolley man at the in tersection of Prince and Royal streets. Tho trolleyman relinquished his hold, and ? the rear car of the train went on another track and was somewhat damaged. Obituary Notes. Maj. Samuel Cooper died this morning at the home of his sister, Mrs. Virginia Cooper Dawson. Seminary Hill, west of this city. The deceased was about sixty five years of age and unmarried. Maj. Cooper served in the Confederate army, and at the close of hostilities returned to Alexandria and took up his home on Seminary Hill. Arrangements for the funeral have not yet been completed. Mrs. Sallie A. Worsham, sixty years of age. died shortly after ? o'clock last night < at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. < Virgil A. Payne, 12*26 Prince street, ihe < funeral arrangements have not yet been ' made. ^ The funeral of Capt. John T. W llkins, whose death occurred last Thursday night, took place this morning at JO o'clock, from his late home, 800 Cameron , street. Rev. Charles D. Bulla, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, officiated. The interment was in Bethel cemetery. The pallbearers were H. K. Field. E. H. O'Brien, John P. Robinson, George W. Mays, W. L. Finks and Clar ence R. Keith. The remains of Henry A. Lilly, who ( died vesterdav morning at the Alexandria Hospital, will be sent tonight at 10 o'clock to Norwood, N. C., for burial. The de- ( ceased was twenty-six years of age. , Death followed a three jveeks' illness of , typhoid fever. Mr. Lilly was employed as , an engineer on the Southern railway. He . was a member of the following organiza- t tlons: Andrew Jackson Lodge of Masons, < Old Dominion Commanderv. No. 11, Knights Templar; Acca Temple._ Mystic Shrine: Alexandria Lodge. No. 758, Ben- ' evolent and Protective Order of Elks: Knights of Pythias and Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. The fureral of Mrs. Catherine Germann took place at 2 o'clock yesterday after noon from the Immanuel Lutheran Church. Rev. J. J. May. pastor, con ducted the services, and the burial was made in the Methodist Protestant ceme terv. The pallbearers were Robert Wen zel. Louis Shuman. ' W. H. Hellmuth. Louis Folmar, Fred Didssoneit and Ed ward Gummer. * Funeral services over tue remains or Mrs. Julia F. Tubman were held at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon at her late home, 1VJ South Coluknbus street. Rev. E. V. Regeater and Charles D. Bulla of the Methodist Episcopal Church South conducted the services. The interment was in the Presbyterian cemetery. The pallbearers were H. K. Field, William G. Field. Frank T. King. Lawrence liufty, G. Robbins and French C. Simpson, nephews of the decesed. Brief Mention. A list of names of those who have paid their poll taxes for the last three years was this afternoon posted by City Treas urer Thomas W. Robinson in the four dif ferent voting places of the city. The num ber is about fifteen hundred. All who have paid will be allowed to participate In the next election, the mayoralty con test June next. I^ee's birthday is being quietly observed here. The occasion is to be calebrated this evening with a banquet by Lee Camp Confederate Veterans, at its hall. Prince street. Commander W. A. Smoot, Gov. Swanson and others will respond to toasts. The bankB were closed in observance of th? day. "The Immortality of the Soul" was the subject of a sermon yesterday by Rev. A. J. Van Inglegem. a Virginia missionary priest, at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Rev. J. H. Balthis delivered an address on "Gambling" at a men s meeting yes terday afternoon at the Young People s bulldinr The explosion of a kerosene lamp at the residence of Robert A. Purvis, 208 North Patrick street, caused a slight fire shortly after 0 o clock last evening. A slight fire occured about 8 o'clock this morning in a frame tenement house in the court bounded by Duke. Wolfe, Lee and Union streets. An overheated stove is supposed to have caused the blaze. At a meeting of the Alexandria Athletic Association yesterday two new members were admitted. Announcement is made that a game of basket ball will be played next Tuesday night at Schuler's Hall be-' tween the local team and the Washington ! Athletic Club. DEATH FOLLOWS FIGHT. Naval Apprentices Fut on the Gloves to Settle Difference. NEWPORT. R. I.. January 20.?Follow ing a iist tight last Tuesday on board the Ur.ited Stales training ship Cumberland at this port. H. A. Hartnet. aged twenty three years, of Philadelphia, a naval ap j prertice. died Saturday at the Naval Hos pital. * D. M. Manning, twenty years old, of Middletown, N. Y., also an apprentice, is under a sentry's charge, pending an investigation into llartnet's death. Hartnet. who had been appointed an acting master at arms, had trouble with Manning. Later when the day's duties were over the two boys put on gloves and began a battle, which, by agreement, was to go ten rounds. With a crowd of about 3u0 apprentices and seamen as witnesses the fight was a hard one from the outset. In the eighth round Manning caught Hartnet on the taw. sending the older boy to the deck. Hartnet took the count of ten, and I when his seconds went to his side they found him unconscious. The usual "first aid" employed in such emergencies failed to bring him to hiB senses, and he was removed to the sick bay. There every effort was made to revive him, but with out success. Hartnet died without having recovered consciousness. Death was due to a blood clot on the brain. No Balloting at Frankfort Today. FRANKFORT, Ky., January 20.?The house adjourned today, and no ballot for United States senator will be taken until tomorrow. The adjournment was taken because of the inability of a number of legislators to reach the city in time, they having been delayed by the wreck of a Louisville and Nashville passenger train : near Frankfort. Several persons were I hurt in the wreck. A regular tiger hunt has been in prog ress in the country around Petersburg. Ind.. for a week, and fully 200 farmers quit their work to assist in capturing or | killing the tiger. Ths beast first made its ; appsarance near Otwell. and has so ter rorised the citisens that farmers fear to leave their houses at night. / 3D VaL Laces, 39c Bolt, Sold Regularly at 75c, $1.00 and $11.25. SpeHal purchase of 2.000 bolts of French. German and Italian Laces, in white, butter and Arab color, at 'Wc a bolt of twelve yards qualities actually worth 75c, $1.00 and $1.25 a bolt. Choice of a wide assortment of crisp, new patterns, the majority of them in match seta. Medium and wide widths. $1.25, Spreads 85c. * Large size White Crochet Spreads? with heavy raised Marseilles pat terns. Large size for double beds. Free from dress ing. Pearl hem mod. ready to use. (.Domestic Dept., First Floor.) IT PAYS TO DEAL AT GOLDENBERG S. "THE DEPENDABLE STORE." SEVENTH AND K STREETS. $2.50 RUGS, $1.29. Special lot of fifty size .lOxttt Wool Smyrna Rugs, in floral and medallion designs; colorings cf red. green, blue, tan and pink. Fin ished at ends with knotted fringe. Strictly reversible qual ity. One day at *1.20 ? regularly $2.50. '(?) $3.50 Ecru Filet Lace and Net Waists, ? ' $1.98. Charming styles of ecru color Filet l.a?-e and Net Waists: surplice front, trimmed with taffeta and narrow Iim-c ruffles. Full sleeves of plain net. trimmed kimono st\lc. Hack trimmed with Met la?-e and taffeta. Pretty stock and cuffs all tucked and edged with lace. urpa ==XM G?tMne and Fuf At Half Priee Mmm Another signal achievement has been scored by Goldenberg's with this purchase of the entire stock of Win. Eichholz, 1022 Seventh street, bought from the receivers at 50 cents on the dollar. Great as was Saturday's selling, today's crowds eclipscd that rccord. People arc coming from all parts of the city to share the wonderful bargains in Men's Clothing and Furnishings which are being distributed as the result of our fortunate purchase. The Eichholz stock was well kept, clean and up-to-date, the qualities being of the most reliable kind. It is, therefore, of twofold importance that you can supply your needs from such a sterling stock at HALF PRICE AND LESS. Don't delay your coming?the prompt buyers are securing the choicest styles and biggest bar gains. 111 AND 0?E1C0AT A splendid range of styles and materials in both Suits and Overcoats?the product of the best makers. The entire stock of Eichholz's clothing is included in four lots?priced at these won derfully low figures: Eichholz's $12.50 & $15 Garments, $7.00 Eichholz's $18.00 & $20 Garments, $9.75 Eichholz's $22.50 & $25 Garments, $11.50 Eichholz's $27.50 & $30 Garments, $15.00 Eichholz's Stock of flats. The Eichholz stock of Men's Hats embraced a wide range of popular and up-to-date styles and shapee. in both soft and stiff hats. There are black and brown Derbys, black and mode Alpines, black, brown and pearl color Tele scopes. &c. In all sizes. "Shapes suitable for young men, as well as older men, who pre fer the more conservative style*. Choice of the entire Eichholz stock offered at these low prices: Eichholz's $1.00 and $1.50 Hats for * 69c Eichholz's $2.00 and $2.30 Hats for 98c Eichholz's $2.50 and $3.00 Hats for $1.49 Men's Neckwear Eichholz's Prices, 50c and 75c Each, for 29c Several hundred dozen All-Silk Four in-hand Ties are offered in this one lot at 2ftc for choice?representing the lines which Eichholz sold at 50c and 75c. ? In a large assortment of up-to-date designs and colorings, in both light and dark grounds. Plain shades, stripes, neat figures? in facL almost every style and pat tern you could wish to select from. -0O0 Another lot of Men's Neckwear, comprising Silk Four-ln-hands, String and Bat Wing Ties, in light and dark grounds, with neat designs, figures, stripes, dots, etc. Choice of an immense variety of patterns. Eichholz's price. 23c. Our price 115c Eichholz's Stock of Sweaters at $1.59 Eichholz's Price, $3.00. Eichholz's entire* stock of Men's Sweaters: strictly all-wool, closely knit quality; made with V neck. In plain end combination colo~s. Sizes .18 and 40. Eichholz's price. $3. Our price. *1.50. j Eichholz's Stock of Pants. About 300 pairs of Men's Pants?splendidly tailored and trimmed. Fashioned of worsteds, cheviots, and cassimeres. in dark gray stripes, checks and fancy mixtures. Sizes 30 to 40 waist measurement. We've made two lots of the entire Eichholz stock.' Eichholz's $2.50 to $3.50 Payts at ? $1.60 . Eichholz's $4.00 to $6.00 Pants at $2.85 Eichholz's Stock of Night Robes. Night Robes of heavy quality domet flannel, full 00 inches long and extra fulfcut: choice of pink, blue, tan and gray colors. Sizes. . 15 to 19. ESchholz's prices, Night Robes of good quality muslin , and cambric, with and without collars; some are plain and others are trim med with washable colored silk em broidery on collar and front. All sizes. Eichholz's prices, 30c and 75c. Our price ^ 75c and 08c. Our price...? I Eichholz's Stock of Pajamas. Men's Flannelette Pajamas: In a good assortment of neat designs and colors; celebrated "Faultless"' make; extra well made and full cut. All sizes. Eichholz sold ^ these for $1.00 and 11.25. ftUr Our price ^ Men's Pajamas of heavy quality domet flannel and wool flannel: In neat dots, stripes and figures; light and dark grounds: beautifully made and irimmed: celebrated "Fault less" malic. Eichholz's prices. 11.60 and *2.00. Sale Eichholz's Stock of Men's Bath Robes, $2.50. Eichholz's Price, $4.50. A limited quantity of Men's Eider down Bath Robes, in various fancy colorings and designs. Made with box plaited back and finished with fancy bordered sleeves and bottom. Eichholz's price, $4.50. Our price, $2.50. Adler's Gloves, Eichholz's Price, $1.50. Our Price, 79c. Every man knows the Adler Glove it is the standard of excellence, cor rect in style, and of the highest qual ity. We offer Eichholz's entire stock of Adler's Grav Undressed Kid Gloves, in sizes 7 to 9. at 70c a pair, the same superior^ gloves sold by Eichholz at $1.50 a pair. letiMz's Stoek of The greatest shirt values ever known?eclipsing in impor tance those which we have set all Washington talking about in the past. Choose from hundreds of the best quality and best made shirts in tomorrow's sale of the Eichholz stock?and pay a half and less than half of the regular cost. These four big lots tell the story of the wonderful economies offered: Lot Three? Men's White Unlaundcred Dress Shirts, with pure linen bosom and good quality muslin body. Reinforced front and hack. Plaited bosom, open front and back, and <-losed fronts. Sizi s from 14 to ID1*. Eichholz's prices, 50c mul 75c. Our price, Lot One Men's Neglige Shirts of good quality Scotch madras, in a large assortment of neat, designs, such as stripes, lig ures and polka dots on light and dark colored grounds. Sizes 14 to 17 in the lot. Eichholz's prices, 50c and Otfc. Our price. 29c Lot Two 39c Lot Four Men's Neglige Shirts of madras and percale: some in coat style, with cults attached: others with separate cuffs. Choice of a wide range of desirable light and dark efTects; such as stripes, figures Eichholz's price, 75c. ? patterns, in neat designs, and checks. Our price. 39c Various leading makes of Men's Shirts, including "Monarch." "Monu mental" and "Wachusett;" stiff-bosom white laundered dress shirts, with open and closed fronts: some in coat style, with cuffs attached. Pun1 linen bosom. Eichholz's prices, $1.00 and $1.25. Our priee. ;9c Men's Suspenders and Garters. The Eichholz Stock at Un heard ?of Low Prices. Eichholz's Regular 25c Suspenders of good quality lisle, both light and heavy weights, in a big as- ^ ? sprtmefft of colors and II styles. Our price Eichhql^ entire stock' of 50c Sus penders, including such well known make# as "Bulldog." "President." "Whiz." "H. and P.." "Pion eer." '?Knothe'.' and others. C Our price Eichholz's regular 15c Lisle Garters, in plain and fancy colors: _ made with patent flat clasp, Our price ^ The well-known and widely adver tised "Brighton" Lisle Garters: in plain colors. Eichholz's price. 15c a pair, which is the same price m asked everv* here. Our J ? price stcckof3 Men's Umderwear. Eichholz's JH.50 Heavy Derby-ribbed 75c Union Suits of good elastic quality: Sizes 33 to 44. Our price???????*???>. ???>??.?????. Eichholz's stock of Red Medicated Flannel - Underwear; st-l^tly all-wool quality; shirts double breasted back and f.ont; drawers with reinforced seat and ' fuspender tapes. All sizes. Eich holz's price. $2.00 a gar ment. Our price '$1.17 Eichholz's stock of Dr. Wright's Health Underwear, with all-wool fleec ing: warranted not to rub off in wash ing: In gray, mottled, Jaeger and white; not "seconds," but strictly first quality garments; sold by Eichholz for $1.00. which is ? jf> the price asked everywhere. Our price Final CleaFamee?f Women \\ omeli s Suits are slated for immediate clearance. The low prices which we name below make sure of that. Our entire stock of this season's tailored garments is included?for we arc de termined not to carry over a single suit to next season. The twa lots described below offcr a wide choice of the most favored styles worn this season?all at remarkable savings. Stylish Suits of fancy novelty materials, Suits of rich chiffon broadcloth, in scmi in checks, plaids and smart mixture?; in Prince Chap fitting models, hip-length garments, long. tight-fit ? ! models. Vour-button front, semifitting back, small coat collar and lapels. Two hip pockets and breast pocket. Lined with gray satin. Wide plaited skirts, trimmed with two wide folds. In dressy blue checks, green checks. invisible gray checks and plaids. Regular price. $18.50. Reduced to $ 10.98 ting effects and cutaway styles. Some are plain tailored effects, others are trimmed with silk braids, velvet collar, and some are trimmed with self-cloth tailored straps. In shades of brown, navy blue, plum, dark green, as well as the always desirable black. All are lined with satin . and made with wide skirts trimmed with a variety of pretty styles. ^ Lines which formerly sold up-to ** ? $40. Reduced to $ 15.00 Hose Supporters, 17c pair. Worth 25c and 35c Women's Pad Hose Supporters; large, straight front pads: moreen or satin covered: all shades; four straps; heavy mercerized or fancy frilled elas tic; rubber covered buttons. Regular 25c and 35c values. For 17c a pair. 30c Carpet Brooms, 15c. Special "Broom Sale" tomorrow. One thousand Extra Quality Four string Carpet Brooms, the kind sold by grocers for 30c. Offered for 15c each. (Basement.) ORE Black and Leading Colors. 50-inch All-wool French Panama, an extra fine, close-woven, chiffon-finish quality, In navy blue, brown and black. 41-inch Lupin's Shadow Plaid Taffeta Panama, or.e of the season's favorite dress materials. Fine, close-woven, chiffon-finish quality. In brown, navy, garnet, myrtle, tan and gray. GOOD Sold Regularly at $1 and $1.25. 48-inch All-wool German Broadcloth, an extra fine quality, with satin face; the proper weight for unlined suits and skirts. In rich jet black. Sponged free. 54-inch A11-woo1 French Voile, in th3 new, crisp, wire-weave finish. Colors are navy, brown and black. 200 Dozen Celebrated "Mendels-make" Kimnomios(& Maker's Entire Surplus Stockand Samples. 79c Qualities Worth $9.00 up to $2.50 Each. lii I I i; I ill ill : Our purchase- consists of 200 dozen garments?every one fresh, clean and brand-new?every one made with all the dainty touches of feminine elegance for which "Men dels-make" garments are noted. Materials of tlv> finest sort, including German flannelle, tcazlcdown, fleecedown and French flannelette; In scores of the most beautiful styles designed by M?ndels Brothers this season. Handsomely trimmed with satin and dainty piping: others daintily embellished with ribbons. Some arc made with turnover collar, finished with belt at waist and with tight-fitting back. Some of the handsomest styles are shirred at the waist and beautifully finished and trimmed. Light and dark grounds with exquisite floral designs. Persian patterns, Japanese effects?a range of style that offers the widest possible selection. All sizes from 36 to 4ft. Qualities sold regularly as high as $2.50 offered in tomorrow's sale at 79c. > (Third Floor and First Floor Bargain Tables.) i 'HIHHIHmiUimilHWMMHIHIMMM* ????????????????#?????( | Regular 40c ''Diamond Satin" | Mercerized Linings, 19c. $ Tomorrow we place 011 sale in our Lining Dopart ment 40 pieces of Famous "Diamond Satin" Mercer & ized Linings at the lowest price ever named for this X famous Jining material. & Full 36 inches wide?beautiful, rich, deep-lustered % black, with a finish just like satin. ? "Diamond Satin" Is aptly named, for it is as bright as a dia Y mond, and is guaranteed to retain its beautiful luster perma T nently. X These 40 pieces were sold to us as "mill seconds," because of X slight imperfections discovered in the weaving. Y ? oOo *:* 20 pieces of regular 50c Lining Taffeta, strictly all silk, every X yard with the woras "wear guaranteed" stamped in the X selvage. Fast black and the following shades: Brown, X light blue, nile green, tan, champagne and cardinal. zVC X Offered tomorrow, yard, at ; $1 Table Damask, 75c. Buying this Splendid Quality Satin Table Damask at one-quarter off the price is a very unusual advan tage, and will be so appreciated by housewives who are posted about the present high cost of linen. The regular one dollar kind?full 70 Inches wide, full bleached" double satin damask, warranted strictly all pure linen. In a line of handsome patterns, such as fern, bow-knot, polka dot, chrysanthemum, tulip and mauy others. Tomorrow at "5c a yard. 46=inch Black Taffeta, 98c. Regular $1.50 Quality. Among the most sensational sales of Black Silks held tills season may be numbered tomorrow's offering of 46-inch Black Taffeta Silk at 08c a yard. This is an extra fine chiffon finish quality, with deep, rich luster, and superior texture. Every yard is guaranteed to wear?and every yard sells reg ularly at $1.50. Nolo the width (46 inches), and you will see what a saving may be effected by buying this taffeta in place of the narrow kinds. 36-inch Extra Heavy Rus tling Quality Black TafTeta Silk; rich lustrous grade, guaranteed t o wear. Sold regu- a* n ?, larly at $1.75 a g J fl ? yard. Reduccd to..**^ & ? u jr 24-inch Royal Pongee Silk, the fashionable rough effect silks, in light blue, golden, seal, navy. champagne, white, cream and black. Regular price, 75c yard. Reduced to.. Regular 39c and 50c Corset Cover Embroideries, l'ine Quality Nainsook Corset Cover Embroider- . ies,i8 inches wide, crisply fresh and new. All are full 18 inches wide?and shown in scores of the most beautiful design?, ^such as open-work patterns, scroll and dainty floral effects. Finished with ribbon bead ing edge. Actual 39c and 50c qualities for 25c a yard. FLOOR OILCLOTH, 40c and 50c Grades, 25c. f ? T V X Several weeks.ago we contracted for one hundred ? rolls of this Floor Oilcloth, and the second shipment of 50 rolls *? has Just reached us. We hold a special sale of It tomorrow. offering regular 4<>c and 50c qualities at 25c a yard. In 4-4. 5-4. 0-4 and 8-4 widths. .; This is the heaviest grade made, with oiled burlap back and fine varnish finish on the face. Full pieces?not "remnants" or short lengths?hence you may<Q? ' " * x ?I buy as much or as little as your need calls for UNDERMUSLINS. CHOICE AT 69c, v ? Y T ? 1 We've culled out all the odds and ends of garments & left in the wake of the greatest January sale in our his- $ tory?and marked them at this low price for immedi- ^ ate clearance. - x Choice is offered of nainsook, cambric and musiin garments, including Ix>ng Petticoats, Nightgowns. Long Skirt-Chemise. ** Combination Garments, Drawers and French Corset Covers; trimmed in a great variety of styles, with laces, embroideries, insertions and ribbons. Some of these are samples?others are mussed and soiled garments from regular stock. Choice at 60c?of qualities sold regularly at $1.00 and $1.25. ?