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J y r Z x ? Y ? * ? v t Y Y f Silk Petticoats at $2.98 Each. Regular $5 and $6 Values. The balance of our recent big purchase of Silk Pet ticoats has just reached us, and goes on sale tomorrow at $2.98. Great, good news for women who are planning summer trips and want an extra silk underskirt or two. Made of superior quality heavy rustling: taffeta silk, with a deep tailored and shirred ruffle. AII lengths. Choice of black and leading colors, such as green, pink, catawba, lavender and tan. Silk Petticoats that cannot he matched in other stores for less than $.".00 and >?.???>. k Here tomorrow at $2.0S. Boys' Wash Suits, ?IT PAYS TO DEAL AT GOLDENBE Boys' Sailor Blouse Wash Suits, with bloom er pants; good wash able materials and neat patterns. Sizes, .1 to 10 years. Sale price, 44c each. = "HI Barefoot RO,8?", Sandals, SEVENTH AND K. Dg?nd?bi, store. .">00 pairs of Children's Tan leather Barefoot Sandals; all sizes for infants, little children and misses. Sale price, 49c a pair. Special Sale Tomorrow of $2 Nemo Corsets, $L Our regular "Tune Special"?the same beautiful model as our "January. i900, Special," which sold out in a day. A " greater value than eve;*. Made of the durable "Nemo Batiste." a light fabric that is quite I as strong as ordinary coutil, and is a good conductor of heat?keeps | you cool and comfortable. I This stylish long model is suitable for al! average figures, and i it will reshape a stout figure all it is possible to reshape it without ? the regular Nemo S-lf-Reducing devices. ? Only a few dozfos. but all sizes to begin with. Get yours before f the size-range is broken. I I Y i ? ? ? Y Y Y Y Y Y i Toilet Wares. T.arge five-ounce jar Pompeian Mas sage Cream, worth ~.">c. AAc Special at Genuine Twenty Mule Team o_ Borax; full 1-lb. package Danderine, for the hair, reg- GJOp rilar $1.00 size, for Regular 20c size Sozodont, a -j ? for the teeth. Tooth paste Jl?Jv Pure White Castile Soap, large Qr, 1-lb bar Genuine Psysicians and Surgeons' Toilet Soap. Regularly 10c, for Absorbent Cotton, best grade. one-ounce package Seidlitz Powders, standard make; one dozen in airtight metal jj gg "l* box Y Y Y * ? Emery Boards, full size, with cloth centers; one dozen in each package. Worth 5c. Special for one day at ^73^ Y ?> | v J Y ?> a ?n s rap 6^4C I i 12'/3 '2C Dress Ginghams, 7%c. I X V: ? I Y Y Y Y loo pieces of Dress Ginghams. In stripes, checks and plaids. Colors of light and cadet blue, gray, brown, pink, oxblood, black and white. War ranted fast colors. Sold regularly at 12y*c yard. One day at nit". wax 7^4c r OUR BARGAIN THURSDAY SUE ?M * | . 12 Vzc Cambric, l*Ac.' 2 cases of 36-lnch Superior Quality Cambric, a soft-finish. close-woven grade, suitable for making undergar ments. Free from starch or dressing. Sold regu larly at 12SC yard. Thurs day Bargain Sale price 7^4c I 50c Shopping Bags. Sample line of Net Shopping Bags, large, medium and small sizes; made of imported linen and jute twine; black ?= or brown. Thursday Bargain Sale price No Mail or Phone Orders. Establishes a New Record jm Low Pricing Tomorrow?Ooe=day Offerings That Are Alike Matchless amid Unimiatchalble. 75c Ironclad No Mail or Phone Orders. 19c Belts. Military Wash Belts; regula tion gilt military buckle; good quality white duck ? belting. Worth 10c Hfi D fT each. Special at u Sheets, 55c. 50 dozen ?1x00 Ironclad Sheets, large double-bed size. Hard torn and ironed Made from heavy linen finish sheeting These sheets are c=> f? seamless. Regular 7oc value. One day at | 10c Percales, 6 He. 2 cases of 3fi-inch Percales, light grounds, showing stripes,- checks, dots, figures and broken plaid effects. Fine close-woven quality, suitable for mak ing mens shirts and women's wrap pers and dresses. Sold reg ularly at 10c yard. One day at \2lAc Pillow Cases, 9 He. 4r.x3H Bleached Pillow Cases, large size Hand torn and Ironed. Regular price. /f> "3> / 12UC each Thursday Bar gain Sale price su A ? Truly atiomal OffeFin C=3 Worth $6.00, Worth $8.00, Worth $10.00, Choice at $3.98 A sale of extraordinary importance?an event that will create unbounded enthusiasm among women who appreciate the privilege of choosing from a vast range of new and up-to-date styles at greatest savings on record. We purchased a leading skirt maker's entire stock of New Summer Skirts, embracing the very latest models, and bought to such advan tage that we can offer you values entirely without parallel or precedent. 1 he lot consists of new summer shadow-stripe serges, imported fancy English worsteds, striped worsteds, shadow-stripe prunella, plain black voiles, black, blue and brown chiffons, blue and navy panamas, imported ombre striped and checks effects, black and white checks and cream serges. 1 hey are all the newest summer models, beautifully tailored throughout with straps and tailored bands; all new gore ef fects. A grand opportunity for those expecting to go away to replenish their wardrobes. As stated, these skirts are worth up to $6, $8 and $lo. T omorrow. $3.98. 39c Bleached Sheets, 29c. MxflO Bleached Sheets, single-bed size Hand torn and ironed. Free from starch. Sold regu- /VC larly at o9c each. Special at.. Kayser's 50c Gloves, | 29c. Another lot of Kayser's 2-clasp Black Mercerized Lisle Thread Gloves; all sizes. Regular price, 30c pair. Tomorrow at 29c Handkerchief Specials'-! Men's and Women's White and Colored Border Handker chiefs 12V2c Swiss Embroidered Handker chiefs, hemstitched and scalloped edges. Worth 12^0 each. One day at Men's Plain Linen and Cross barred Linen Handker- !2^c Children's Initial Handkerchiefs, white and colored borders. All in itials. Special price for box of ? *_ three IOW ?? Y Y Y Y I Y Y Y Y Y i ? * ? i i i Y Y Y Y Y Y v * ? | Y ? ?. Y: Y Y Y / Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ? * Y Y Y Y Y Y ? % <? Choice at 39c. Values Worth 50c, 75c and $!. We've been fortunate enough to get another lot of Men's Night Robes of the same excellent sort which brought such a crowd of men a fortnight ago. when we held a similar sale at 39c. Choice of a big variety of styles; made of cambric, muslin and longcloth: extra full cut and well made; with and without collars. Some trimmed with washable silk embroidery. All sizes in the lot. Choice of regular 50c. 75c and $1.00 values tomorrow at 39c. M*n's Gauze Lisle Half Hose; made with double heel and toe; in plain black, tan. green, navy, blue. ? gray and purple Worth ft J ? 25c pair. Special at Men's Athletic Underwear, of good quality nainsook and madras; shirts sleeveless and made in coat style; drawers knee length; all sizes. Worth 50c and 75c "5/f> each. Thursday Bargain Sale Qjj'y'C price Men's Athletic "Undershirts, of white ribbed lisle, in regular gymnasium style; sleeveless and without buttons; all sizes. Worth 39c. ^TT / Thursday Bargain Sale J| price. Men's Washable Four-in-Hand Ties; full 47 inches long, and made in one piece.; in a larae assortment of pat terns and colors; also plain white. Worth 15c each. Special fer Thurs day at ..%C 11 ?c amid H2j^c Linen Torchon Laces, 5c a Yard. 500 pieces of Pure Linen Torchon Laces, in edgings and insertings. Complete match sets, in medium and wide widths. Large assortment of new patterns, suitable for trimming under wear. Sold regularly at 10c and I2j^c yard. One day at 5c. Beautiful Silk Embroidered Bands, in navy, myrtle olive, grays, browns, lavender, wistaria and garnet. Sold regularly at 35c and 50c yard. Thursday Bargain Sale ]] price 0. Hexagon and Filet Mesh Dress Nets, in white, butter and arabe colors: 45 inches wide. The kind used for braid ing, etc., etc. Regular 50c and 59c values Thursday 20(C Bargain Sale price, per yard.. ^ ^ 200 pieces of Swiss Demi-FIounclngs, 18 inches wide. In floral and conventional designs, Worth 50c yard. Offered x.QJ>C. for one day at 100 pieces of Fins Quality Shirt Waist Bandings, widths up to 14 inches. All new de- ?=? signs. Worth 25c and 30c ]] yard. One day at a vw 500 pieces of Cambric, Swiss and Nainsook Embroideries, in edgings and insertings In wide widths. = nebular Sc and Iik- values. 0>(C Thursday Bargain Sale price Women's Tub SiuSts, Worth $7.00 ....... Special sale of Women's Tub Suits, of new racket cloth, with long coats, with coat collar and lapels; tailored effect; trimmed with self-covered button molds. Full gored skirt with straight hip lines. Front panel trimmed with large button molds. In all fashionable shades, such as old rose, Copenhagen, natural, white and all black. Worth $7.00. Sale price, $2.98. Sinmmer Housewares. Heavy Galvanized Iron Garbage Cans, with tight-fitting covers; five gallon size Regular price, ftoc. Thursday Bargain Sale price Extra Quality Selected Four-string <'arpet Brooms: worth 35c. One day at Wash 39c ?23c Heavy Tin Copper Bottom Boilers, with patent cold handles; choice of sizes 7, ,*>0 R or 9. Worth up to $160. Special at Heavy Galvanized Iron Water ***, Palls; 8-quart size. Worth 15c One day at Thursday's Grocery Specials. Maryland Biscuit Cos Regu lar fx- packages of Oyster Crackers. I.emon Teas and Maryland Biscuits. Three for.... lOc can? of Fancy Pears, packed In heavy sirup 20c cans of Bon Accord Herring. packed in tomato sauce.. 10c 6c fiOc Duryea's ?y]i/ n Corn Starch ? Large size cans of Shriver's String Beans; worth 12\*c, for Gillie's Jav-Marmo Coffee. Special price, per pound Bon Ton Cleaning Soap: cleans everything. Worth 5c Three for ,19c 5c Bf? RSclh Satnmi Foulards, Worth Fifteen Dollars, at the Sensationally Low Price Tomorrow, Many women will be surprised at this sensational offering, but just one look at the dresses and you'll see why we could not resist buying them?nor will you. Certainly the equal of the values has not been known this season. Made of fine quality satin finish foulard silks, in many stylish effects. Grounds of old rose, reseda, Copenhagen, navy, brown and black, showing many neat designs. Yoke of pretty val lace, piped off with contrasting color, and richly embellished with small buttons. Correct style skirt, with panel front, trimmed with fold effects. Actually worth fifteen dollars. Sale price, $5.98. Regular $12.50 Values at = Here's an unusual chance to buy a Strictly All-wool Navy Blue Serge Suit, right in style and of the most reliable quality, at a very low price. The saving is possible because of a maker's willingness to take less than regular cost for his garments and our policy of selling on a small profit basis. These Suits are made of fine twill pure worsted serge, and the color is guaranteed absolutely fast. Each suit Is tailored in the most thorough maViner. Lined with Venetian serge and alpaca. Finished with cuffed sleeves; full-cut trousers, finished with belt loops. Sizes 34 to 42. Sale price, $9.75. Remarkable Thursday Bargains in .n Mercerized Pongee Linen, with the stylish rough pongee weave. Colors include tan, linen, Alice. Copenhagen, light blue, pink, lavender, old rose, wistaria, catawba, champagne, reseda, navy, brown, leather, nlle, etc.. etc. Warranted fast colors. Worth 39c yard. Spe- JJOf* cial at ...., 40-inch White India Linen, a fine sheer quality. Worth 15c at wnite India ne sheer quality. / yard. One day Q Satin Stripe and Plain Yarn Mer cerized Poplin, a rich silk-lustrous quality, that will not be affected by washing. In a complete line = of street and evening shades, Worth 39c yard. Special at ^ White Irish Linen Suiting, the cor rect weight for making suits, skirt.i and waists. Regular price. 29c yard. Special at.. 36-inch White French Percale; a fine, close, even-thread quality. With a fine linen finish. Launders perfectly. Sold regularly at 15c yard. n'T) / Thursday Bargain Sale price, ?? ????. ? 40-Inch White Lingerie Batiste, an exceptional close-woven-thread qual ity. Made of the finest Egyptian combed yarn. Sold ? p regularly at 25c yard. Spe- H cial at ? <L> V Women's Wearables. PettScoats, Kimonos and MuslSrn Wear Women's Washable Gingham Petti j coats; neat striped effects; finished with two ruffles. a Regular 75c value. One day 10 dozen Women's Long Crepe Ki monos; In navy, light blue, pink and red: finished with fancy Persian borders. Regular $2.00 value. Thursday Bar gain Sale price Sample line of Women's Muslin, Cambric and Nainsook Underwear, consisting of gowns, long and short skirts, chemise. combination gar ments, corset covers and drawers; trimmed with lace, embroidery and ribbon; values worth up to $1.49 each. Thursday Bar gain Sale price Women's Gowns, Skirts, Drawers, Corset Covers and Chemises; trimmed with ruffles, lace and ein broidery. Worth up to 50c each. Special at Women's Muslin Drawers, with cam bric ruffles, With hem and tucks; Cor set Covers trimmed with lace and ruffles, and White Aprons. Sold regularly at 29c each. One day at $ 1.50 Silk Gloves, 69c 150 dozen of Douhle-tlpped Finger Silk Gloves. lf?-button * length. All sizes. Colors of black, white, tan and navy. Regular price, $1.00 ? pair. Thursday Bargain Sale (n)0(Q price ^ Neckwear Specials. \gular price. 25c box. n ^\TT / lursday Bargain Sale || Six-yard box of Tourist Ruchlng: equal to IS neck lengths; be sure to get a supply of this ever handy ruching. Regular price, 25c box. Thurs price. 100 pieces? of Dotted Chiffon Veiling, in black and colors; also silk nies-h veiling: plain and dot ted effects. Regularly n ^vTT / Sy at!1,39<:.ya.rd;. ?ne. 12^c 250 dozen Ascot Ties, In white and colors; Lace and Embroidery Dutch Collars; Lace and Embroidery Rabots, Imported Mull Ties, etc.,etc.; large as sortment of styles. ^TT / Regular 25c valuer. ] One day at U ^ 75c Bath Sprays, 44c. Regular 75c Bath Sprays, with rapid flow non-twlstlng tubing; good qual ity rubber; large nickel-plated spray; adjustable bulb; fits any faucet. Thursday Bargain Sale price, 44c. Ribbon Bargains. All-silk Baby Ribbons, on spook', containing fifty yards; colors include light blue, pink, lavender, yellow, black, white, etc., etc. Sold regularlv at 50c. Thi pri ? " v " ? " ? vn.,, cn . old regularly at 50c. / hursday Bargain Sale u All-silk Metallic Taffeta Ribbon; full 3 inches wide; used for making hair hows, sasl.?s, etc., etc.; all colors. Hagular price, 15c yard. Thurs day Bargain Sale price.. |-..M%c Stationery Specials. ?00 dozen Writing Tablets, all white. In the lot will be found Irish linen, onion skin, foreign mail and superfine 100 sheets in each = tablet. Worth 10c each. Spe cial for Thursday ^ Lot of Post Card Albums, holding 300 cards. Fancy decorated covers, with green leaves. Oblong shape. Worth 39c each. Special at 100 reams of Quality Paraffin* Wax Paper, used for wrapping ^ tt / lunches, etc., etc. Worth 5c quire. Special at / M Boys9 Wash Suits. Boys' Fine Quality W ashable Suits, all sorts of neat pat terns, in light and dark materials. Russian belted style with bloomer pants. Military, kimono and sailor collar shapes. Sizes 2J/2 to 7 years. The well known "Mother's Friend" TJ ^9 Values worth up to $3.00. One day at * Boys' and Children's Broad-brim Sailor Straw Hats, with flat or cone shaped crowns. Worth up to $1.00. Special at X brand. Boys' Washable Bloomer Pants, of white duck, tan and blue crash; sizes S to 10 years. Regular price, 39c pair. Special j/L,\>C at 50c OnrDs9 Wash Dresses aod Other Summer Wearables. J Girls' White Persian Lawn Dresses; neatly trimmed with lace and em broidery bretelles: sizes up to 14 years. Regularly $1.00 ? each. Thursday Bargain Sale price Girl's Dresses, of figured lawn and dotted swiss; all colors: full plaited skirts: made jumper styles; neatly trimmed with plain lawn folds; sizes up to 12 years. /pK?^ Regular $2.00 values. One VQC day at Children's Mull and Straw Hats; beautlfuly trimmed with lace, em broidery and ribbon; slightly mussed from handling. Worth up to $1.50 each. Thursday Bar gain Sale price Children's Muslin Nightgowns, with voke of cluster tucks; Embroidery and Lace Trimmed Drawers; White Petti coats; Little Beauty Drawer Waists; White and Gingham Dress es. and Infants' Long White Slips; each Children's Soft-finish Cambric Draw ers: all seams felled; finished with hemstitched ruffle and tucks; size* up to 12 years. Regular price, .. a 25c pair. Thursday Bargain jj SC Sale price Little Children's Percale Dresses, White Petticoats. Jean Draw er Waists and Feeding Bibs. a Sold up to 25c each. One II day at Lot of Children's Good Quality Chambray Rompers. In blue only; styles for boys and girls; made with pocket and collars; sizes up a to 5 years. Worth 75c pair. Offered for one day at Lot of Fine Quality Tuscan Straw Bonnets; silk lined; trimmed with rosettes of ribbon, lace and flowers: in pink, blue* and white. Values worth up to $3.5D. ?i Q Thursday Bargain Sale ^|J ppice Wanted Dress Goods Under Price. 38-inch Pencil-stripe Mohair Sicilian; a rich silk, lustrous- quality; in grounds of black, navy, royal. Copenhagen, bro^n and m>rtle, with n?at white nencil stripes. Regular 50c quality for 49c neat white pencil stripes. Regular 54-inch All-wool Black Panama, with neat fancy armure weave; rich jet black. Reduced from 89c a yard to 38-inch All-wool Cream Storm Serge; a close-woven kard-twist e'd quality; double-twill kind: in great demand for seashore and moun tain wear. Regular 65c value at Women's Oxfords, $ L 69 Pairf Regular $2 and $2.50 Kinds. ? Stylish, Serviceable Footwear for vacation and general wear, y offered tomorrow at a worth-while saving. ^ X Women's White Canvas, W hite Kid anrt ran Calf and Kid f Pumps, Ankle-strap Pumps, Sailor and Gibson Ties in the lot, ^ with leather or wood covered heels. ? B, C, D and E widths, in all sizes. Regular $2.00 and $2.50 qualities tomorrow at $1.69 a pair. Y X Household Linens Lowered ? t v v T 30 pieces of 00-inch Bleached Union Table Damask; a splendid grade for general use; choice of ten pretty patterns. Regular 35c fl (Th value. Offered for one Cay at 900 yards of Bleached Union Linen Barnsley Crash Toweling, in red. blue and combination borders. Regular 10c value. Spe cial at Antiseptic , in rea, uiuc lo0 dozen Fringed Turkish Towels; full bleached; generous size. Regular 10c value for 2,000 yards of 22-inch Diaper Cloth; the well known "Red Star" brand. Regular 10c value. One day at (Limit of ten yards to chaser.) each pur V ? I k iMALL WARE ico cotton; oiacK or es; very -5 IT / Special Stocking Feet: full seamless: made of good quality maco cotton; black or unbleached; all sizes: easily attached. price, per pair.. Fancy Frill and Plain Lisle Elastics; 1-inch " and l^-inch widths; ? all colors: three-quarter-yard J lengths. Worth up to 15c for.... Large-size Hair Rolls; 24 Inches; the washable kind; all shades: well made. Worth 39c each. Special at. f 5c I A Good Quality Basting Cotton; 200-yard spoo'-. Worth 3c. Three spools Women's Pad Hose Supporters; plain X and fancy wide frill elastic; large .J. moreen covered pad; four straps; ??? mostly pink and blue. g y Regular 25c kinds. Special || at Y Good Quality Darning Cotton, on *|* spools; fast black or white. ? Worth 2c spool. Six spools .t. for X ? cat-n. yjnc inuisuay tsargain &aie price, ?c. &c quire, special at / ^ | 39c each, special Y YELLOW THUNDER TRAMPLED. Unfortunate Mishap at Performance of Wild West Show. While several thousand persons were watching a score of Indiaps and cowboys play a game of pushball on horseback at Buffalo Bill's wild west show yesterday afternoon one of the horses ridden by a cowboy suddenly reared and began paw ing the air with his forefeet. Yellow Thunder, a Sioux Indian, on his pony. was directly in the path of the horse, and immediately struck his mount with his heels to get out of the way, but the cowboy's pony made a sudden leap for ward, encircled Yellow Thunder's neck with his front feet and literally tore him from his mount and pounded him to the ground. As the Indian lay on the ground in the very midst of a group of excited horses the horses seemed to see him and, though rushing wildly to and fro, each leaped over the Indian's body and he escaped further injury. He was removed to his tent by several attendants and later was taken to the Casualty Hospital, and after receiving treatment returned to the grounds. The closing performance of the com bined shows In this city took place last night. The crowd was. if anything, great er than that at the previous exhibitions. The program was carried out in the even ing without mishap of any kind and the great gathering left the grounds well pleased with the performance. A short while afterward tents, poles, wagons, horses and the great caravan of other beasts were on their way to their next stopping place. KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN. St. Peter's Commandery Celebrates Its Thirty-Seventh Anniversary. A celebration commemorating the thir ty-seventh anniversary of Its organization' was held by St. Peter's Commandery, No. 134, of the Knights of St. John last night at 314 Pennsylvania avenue south east, at which several local prelates of the Catholic Church made addresses tell ing of the history of the order and its purposes. The principal addresses of the evening were made by Rev. Father J. N. O'Brien of St. Peter's Church and Rev. Father P. J. O'Connell of St. Vincent de Paul's. A large number of invited guests were present, and after a program of songs and short talks by members of the order refreshments were served. Albert J. Ron spies. president of the commander}-, and the following officers acted as hosts: Wil liam McCoy, William Jones, M. J. Noon en. Frank Bailey and Joseph Parian. The organization now numbers about flfty-fivt members and Is growing rapidly. Rustem Bey on His Way to This City LONDON. June 2.?Rustem Bey, the new councilor of the Turkish embassj at Washington, left Southampton for New York today on board the steamer Kronprinzessin Ceceke. Steel Company Advances Wages. PITTSBURG. June 2 ?Sev.eral thousand employes of the Republic Iron and Steel Company yesterday received an advance of 10 per cent In their wages, effective at once* It is said that practically all the other concerns, which cut wages the first of April will restore the former scale be fore the first of July. Lecture on Conservation. A lecture on "Conservation"' will be given this evening at 8 o'clock by John H. Finney, secretary of the Appalachian National Forest Association, at 1735 17th street, under the auspices of the con servation committee of the League of American Penwomen. Stereopticon views will be shown, and the lecture wWl be open to ail who feel an interest in subject. ? , -*- ?