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: X X ? ? * & ??> * $ T ? 1 i * i i t i 2 T Ending of Our Half Year. Prices Less Than Cost. The Palais Royal's business half year ends June 30. A strenuous effort to reduce stocks to the minimum begins tomorrow morning at 8:30 o'clock. ft's the art of business to know when to lo se money not less than when to gain it. The success of the Palais Royal is built o n judicious losses not less than upon legitimate gains. It's worth many dollars?to us?earning the reputation of the cleanest and brightest stocks in town. And so, beginning tomorrow, we start the "giving away" of Summer Goods. Less than cost prices is not a misnomer. Those contemplating leaving the city later will do well to secure their supplies now. because prices will never be less, while the assortments of styles, sizes and colors will be depleted daily. Wash Ore $11.98 $4 >es amid units Reduced. 14.98 $ 19.98 Sonne Were $5. Some Were The Palais Royal's great army of regular patrons need not be told of these cool summer garments. The stock now includes a few more than one thousand Dresses and Suits, including plain and fancy tailored and lin gerie effects, of linen, rep, rajah silk, lawn. etc. Offered in five gigantic lots, at S1.98 to $19 98 instead of $500 to $35.00. Note that the large woman can be as satisfactorily fitted as can the medium and small. Any needed altera tions will be made free of charge. 11th Street Hours 8:30 to 6:00 G Street Non-residents as well as out-of-town friends and patrons will find shopping by mail as satisfactory as a per sonal visit to the store. Best service is assured?because our mail-order staff is in touch with all the stocks, and its success depends upon a growing business which faithful service alone brings. Articles sent by mail cost 1 cent an ounce or It} cents a pound Parc'els by express, 25 cents for two pounds. .'JO cents for three or ?four pounds, etc Inclose sufficient to pay charges. Any difference In your favor will be promptly returned Orders amounting to $5.00 and upward sent freo of charge -within 100 miles of Washington Send money by post office order in favor of A. L.ISNER, G and 11th streets, Washington, D. C. L ?fr f S~X~:~r $1.98 for This $2.50 BatBiariig Suit. Material is the famous "Serf Cloth," made expressly for bathing suits. Colors are navy and black. Trimmings are white and red. Sizes are 34 to 46. Price is reduced to Si.98 for choice. Note that girls' jjizes are also here?$1.48 for sizes 2 to 8 years, $1.98 for sizes 8 to 16 years. 119c to 42c for 25c to 50c Shoes. '.TV st. | Hose and Union Busts. | ?j T Lot 1. at 14c, includes standard 25c and Ij? 35c Lisle Stockings for father, mother, big sons ?j? and daughters, small children and the baby. 1* Black, white, the various shades to wear with ^ tan and russet shoes. X Lot 2, at 25c, embraces all the best styles X of 35c and 50c Union Suits, also Hose from X smallest to extra size, with wear-resisting gar ter tops. . jjj ? Lot 3, at 35c per pair, includes Silk-like J Mercerized French Lisle, Egyptian Cotton and j Gossamer Hose, "as light as air," some worth 75c. Small, medium and extra sizes, in ptein, lace and silk embroidered. Any three pairs for $1.00. Lot 4, at 49c, comprises a great collection of best $1.00 Union Suits, also Plain and Lace effect Hose, in colors to match dress materials, shoes, etc. Lingerie oui First and Third Floor Table: 69c 89c $11.33 $1.79 $2.29 Fom^\Verc$KOO. Some Were $1.08 Som^^Wer^t^/? Were >4.00. The Palais Royal's army of regular patrons, knowing this summer stock of Lingerie, will best appreciate the re duced prices. Combination Garments, Separate Gowns, Skirts, Corset Covers, Drawers and Chemises are here of sheer muslin, cambric, nainsook and longcloth; all trimmed with reliable laces and embroideries, guaranteed to with stand washing. Miscellaneous Lots on Third Floor Tables. Hand-made French Lingerie, exquisitely embroidered and ribbon run, at $1.00 Instead of up to 52.50. At 44c instead of up *o S1.00, are daintiest of Nainsook Corset Covers, elaborately trimmed front and back with fine em broideries and lares. At $1.77 instead of >2.?8 are genuine "Heatherbloom" Petticoats, smallest to extra large sizes. This Sacque 69c Others at 98c j Better bargains?these short and long neglige garments at 08c. Some were as much as $2.50. Hurry for the Paris mod els?a few of these are to be included at 99c be cause they are the last of many. Take elevator to third floor and enjoy a se lection from a great col lection of dainty gar ments for these torrid days. 44c 89c $1.89 $11 to $6.50 Corsets. When you learn that only this season's styles are represented, the prices will be positively start ling. Think of only $1.89 for standard $6.50 French Corsets, whose famous name we dare not Jink with a reduced price in an advertisement. Come ?find the best Corset bargains of the year, and experts to fit you. f t f f f t ? . _? ....... . . .. . More Expensive at 10 Per Cent Discount. Dainty Suits of brilliantine are here at $2.98. Other Suits, combining silk, are $3.98 to $5.50. Princess Suits, including Paris mod els, are $4.50 to $7.98. One-tenth deducted from the price marked on any suit selected here tomorrow. 119c to 98c for 25c to $11.25 Caps. ! x Some Were $118. Some Were $25. Some Were $35. X ? 1 'W X I Children's List I Everything for baby, little boys and girls, and girls up to 14 years. If you were to count the number of pieces collected on these third floor tables, you would find the total ran up to thousands. Your eyes will convince you that "prices less than cost" is no exaggeration. ? Table 1, at 25c. Garments Worth to $11 .OO. Table 2, at 69c. ? Garments Worth to $11.50'. Table 3, at $1.00. Garments Worth to $2.50. Table 4, at $1.50. Garments Worth to $3 Table 5, at $1.98. Garments Worth to $4.00. ,*r t i i . m M if. 1 1 t t t I MM To Be $3.00 and $5.00 $5 to $110 Hats. ttvtttttttttttttttttttttttt Should we have to write that no factory hat is here, and that the Palais Royal milliners don't know how to make vulgar hats? And materials now here at less than late wholesale prices ? $3.00 A"d Many Others $?.00 To Be 98c Best $5.00 Hats, Not one old style', not one undesirable color; all are best of best $5.00 straw shapes at a reduced price that will delight profession al milliners, not less than our other patrons. ?t-? ?y?5s2 Guaranteed. Note that Best Ostrich Plumes, not pasted or otherwise inferior, are rarely offered at less than standard prices. $5.50 $7.50 $7.50 Plumes. $9.00 Plumes. Doesn't every milliner?every connoisseur?know that a plume here on which is affixed a price ticket reading $9.00 is every way equal or superior to the majority sold at $10.00? So ' with the less and more expensive?Palais Royal prices, quality considered, are always least. Tomorrow's reductions will create a bit of a sensation. To Be 39c Si to $2 TIats. You'll find all the latest styles of Untrimmed Hats at 39c instead of $1.00 to $2.00. ? . lie, 19c, 25c ^5^^o^^5c<iiJFIo^ers^ With these Flowers delight fully attractive Summer Girl Hats can be arranged. Read and run?note the prices: 19c to $1.79 Some Were $2.50. $1.19 and 11.79 for the $1.50 and $2.50 Feather Sweeps; not ostrich, but un usually long and graceful. $3.98 to $8.50 Some Were $10. $.':,9? for the $5.00 Straight and Sweeping Osprey Aigrettes; $6.50 in stead of and $*.50 instead of $10. 29c to 89c Suninnioner Girl Dressmaking Made Easy 50c to $11.25 QSoves. ? ? Note that the stock has late ly been greatly increased? \ ] with Fabric Gloves from the ;* wholesale department of ;; Messrs. Lord & Taylor of New ;; York. Messrs. L. & T. are to discontinue this branch?and J the Palais Royal was selected ? ? to dispose of their stock. Lord & Taylor's 50c Quality Lisle Gloves. White and colors here in all sizes. Better looking and bet ter wearing than cheap sijk gloves Learn, too, that reliable Silk Gloves, that are sixteen (18) button length, are better bargains at 79c than are cheap gloves that are NOT reliable ?yflvr. and NOT lG-button length / W Feel these Chamois Gloves?more like suede kid than chamois?and you'll know the price Is nearly half the actual value McCain Patterns aod Materials at Bargain Prices. 6c for 10c Ginghams. Plain Colors, Loveliest of Pastel Shades 11c for 18c Wash Goods ? F'igured Batiste. Persian Lawns, Madras, Suitings 9c for 12^c Materials. White Linons and Fancy Press Ginghams. 18c for 37c Wash Goods. White Swisses, Chiffon Voiles, French Lawns. 89c Parasoils Reduced. The Palais Royal meth od is to admit failure as quickly as to claim success. The parasol season here has been a failure, and the entire col lection is now ^ offered in four ^ grand lots. $1.14 Some Were $3.50. $1.92 Some Were $5. $2.84 Some Were $7. $3.88 Some Were $10. 3c to 39c Yard Lace Wortfn to Guaranteed Wash Laces at 3c and 7c instead of 10c to 20c yard. At 19c and 39c are Lace Bands, Edges, Medallions and Nets up to 45 inches wide, worth $1.00 a yard. Embroidery Robes, reduced to $18.50 from $25.00, to $12.50 from $16.00; to $9.98 from $12.00, to $4.44 from $6.98. i Swiss Embroidery Flouncings, eye let and blind effects; -7 inches and 45 inches wide; $1.00 to $1.50 'JQf yd. until now. Choice for ? Swiss Embroidery Bandings, Flounc ings and Allovers, ud to 22 inches in width; 50c, 75c and $1 yard Swiss Shirt Waist Embroidery Fronting*; 27 inches wide: eyelet ef fects, combined with Irish crochet and filet; % required for front. ?h i- i:: i k-i-i: h-h-h-k-k-M'h-i-h-h-: x-h i i i : ?!??!??!??!? n i..h..h..k-1-h i-h until now. Choice for 4-h-m i: i:: i-m-h-m $2.00 yard until now. Swiss and Cambric Corset Embroidery and Flouncings; 18 inches wide; 39c yard until now K-M-K-K-X-i-H? I"I"1 I"!1 :-!? Front.. Cover 19c H-H-H-l-H1 Go to second floor for the above quoted Dress Materials also for WTashable Braid Trim mings, Ribbons, Pearl Buttons, etc. First floor for the Laces, Embroideries and Sewing Needs. 10c Dress 8hields. 4 pairs 25'' 5c Tape, assorted widths. 2 for.... 5c 15c Mercerized Braids, all colors. ..12o 10c De Long Hooks and Eyes, card. 5c 5c Columbia Hooks & Eyes, card. 3c 5c Invisible Hooks and Eyes, card. 3c 15c Hook and Eye Tape, yard 12c 10c Snap Fasteners, dozen 3c 5c King s Basting Cotton, 500 yds.. 3c 40c Sp^ol Silk, 400 yards............2oc 10c Geneva Cotton, 500 yards 7c 12c Kerr's Luster Twist, 300 yards. 10c 10c Community Silk, 3 spools 25c 75c Serge Belting, 10 yards 55c 10c Star Alpaca Braid, 5 yards..._ 7c 18c Silk Prussian Binding. 9 yds...15c 15c All-silk Tafteta Binding 12c 10c Silk Taffeta Collar Bone, yd.... 7<5 15c Silk Feather Bone, yard 7c oo Skirt Binding, yard.oc 10c Collar Forms 5c 25c Pins, t^-lb. boxes 19c 5c Milwards Needles, paper 3c 10c Tracing Wheels...... 7c 19c Skirt Gages 7c : 35c Spool Holders 25c . 50c Scissors, guaranteed 19c 5c Thimbles, all sizes, 2 for 5c 5c Stocking Feet, 2 pairs 5c 5c Tape Measures, 2 for 5c 10c Corset Steels 7c m i i: m 111:: 11111i* Rsdaactrd Prices off Refrigerators, Gas Ranges, Triuiiinks, -etc. is, hard S7.48 Save Save Money. Save Labor. Save Food. $S.?5 "Rannc>" Refrigerators. hard wood; galvanized iron lined; ice capacity, 40 lbs $lti.50 "Jewel" Refrigerators, solid oak, packed with mineral wool; wire .lce.. capi:c."y:.05 $ 13.5? $15.75 "Jewel" Refrigerators, solid oak; white enameled lined; wire shelves; ice ? fl fl (Ttq capacity, SO lbs 311 it $17.05 "Lapland" Refrigerators, pack ed with mineral wool; removable ice chamber; sliding shelves; file "JW. ice capacity, 85 lbs *35.00 Opal "Jewel" Refrigerators, lined with heavy opal glass; packed with mineral wool; ice ca- fi'SfTh Hl'fh paclty, 75 lbs J $13.50 Extra-size Ice <'heats, lined with galvan ized iron $0.75 "Cute" Gas Ranges, with drilled burners, broiler and large oven Pranrfie Qrai eats, 4c, $12.50 "Classic" Gas Ranges, with three drilled burners, broiler and extra large lined oven Si o.oo S20.00 "Fire King" Gas Ranges, with five drilled burners on porcelain lined top; two larg? ovens and broiler $16.50 $1.39 Gas Stoves, nickel p'.ated, with two double burn ers 39c Steam Cookers, of heavy tin, for gas or oil stoves !. $1.09 Extra Large Lined Ovens, for gas or oil stoves $5.00 Traveling Trunks, canvas covered, iron bottom, tray and hat box 97c 29c $8.39 $6.50 $10 Traveling Trunks, heavy brass trimmings, iron bottom, black canvas covered $3.75 38-inch, $11.<K> 3-ply Veneer Traveling Trunks, canvas covered, linen lined, two trays and fiQ <=fgr hat box $23.00 Bureau Trunks, fiber bound, heavy brass trimmings, two leather straps, trays with com- E(fl| partments for hats, etc... tr $1.25 Straw Club Bags, ex tra deep, strongly made $1.50 Straw Suit Cases, 24 inches, light but strong $5 Solid Cowhide Suit Cases, made on 24-inch steel frame, fitted with leather straps and brass lock ........................ Best Leather-lined Cowhide En^ lish Club Bags, $4.98 instead of $6.50. Without leather lining for English Club Bags of Sheepskin, made to look like the nior^ expensive cowhide bags. Reduced fi fl gijL from $-'.00 to only And Other Fourth Floor Reductions. 98c $1.39 ies, made ted with $3.48 r~-r>.-r-?r-rt 7.!. < y>\, ? ii_ 1 \ r V*- ? . * .i ^ Q $ I jV 1";:| ? >--V; $1 Walnut-finish Screen Doors, with fixtures. Reduced t^?............................... 74c More Elaborate $1.75 Doors, with two coats of varnish $2.25 Panel Doors, with two coats of varnish $11.39 $1.89 98c 29c Window Screens, can be It'J)*, adjusted to fit any window.... $1.75 Mosquito Canopies. to fit large-size beds. Re- fill duced to.................... ? $1.50 per pair Snowfiake Mad ras Curtains, full width and 1en gt h......................... $1.25 Llnene Couch Covers, full length and width, fringed on all sides Settees, reduced from $3.50 to $2.98; from $1\25 to $1.08; from *1.75 to $1.49; from $1.25 to ?8c; AAf from 75c to Reduced to 9Sc. Hand-made Hammocks are to be $1.75 to $4.08, instead of $2.25 to $0.50. Hammock Chains, made by reliable "Oneida" community, to be 23c to 72c. i I !? I M"M"1 I I I'I'-H-fr THE PALAIS ROYAL. A. LISNER. Hours 8:30 to 6:00 Q STREET.