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Woodward New York?WASP i Let us store your Furs and Air. Storage. The cost is small. Special Women's ( E1LOW we enumerate foi \r\\ recently received?new ^ within the last month or prices. Included arc sin elaborate models for special occa sim])lc or elaborate, you will fin< finement embodied in every garm the price. Women's Coat Suits, of serge tailored and one-button models. \ silk. Skirts are in various plaite blue, black, reseda, wistaria and gi ing suits. $116.50 each. Vali Women's Serge Coat Suits, a ous plaited skirts. Some are stri removable embroidered collar and - wistaria, reseda and srrav. Special price, W omen's Coat Suits, of plain strictly tailored coats and full-pl with fancy striped silk. Colors ar and light and dark gray. Special price, Women's Coat Suits, of pla spuns. men's suitings and feathertight fitting coats, lined with pea and between sizes, and in navy \ brown. Special price,Third floor. G 3t. ____________ s?. Women's L That Serve / _______________?. TYLISH Lon^ Coats for * v*^C\ serfee?embodying the new grace and tone to the figu style, with shawl or notch* and finished with large pearl butt $25.0? to i Full-length Auto and Travelii designs; roomy and effective. T\ belted strap in back. They are ma serges and handsome checked a * patch pockets and turn-back cuffs $119.5(0) to Rubberized Raincoats and models, of striped silks and plaii black, blues, wistaria, gray, tan, < $5.0? to J Xatural-color Full-length Lir for motoring and traveling; sera black or brown leather colla*" am front attractively belted and fin i<died with shawl collar and black $3.75 to 1 Rlack Taffeta and Rajah Lor effects, finished with large collars c sleeves and waist tastefully braidc $16.5? to Third floor, G *t. : New Style T< Women's WI ^pTT^V IS PL A YIX G styles far re yV ]) bright with every new in Recent arrivals pnrtr Fino Batiste Waists, yoke formed of f-let Insertion. outlined with Valenciennes nsertion and tucks; back and tucked Ion? sleeves, trimmed with lace; high Hilar of lace; fasten in back. c?, Krfbh * Dainty White Batiste Waists, entire front of swiss embroidery strips and vat insertion extending to waist line; back t ucked and trimmed with insertion: deep ruffs on long sleeves; lace c > r)collar. Each ^ ^ Attractive Waists, in round-yoke design. of fine batiste, combined with dainty la?-e and insertion and fine handembroideries In spray and conventional effects, finished with tucks; tucked long sleeves with deep cuffs; high o. neck Each Third floor, G ?t. , Special Felt Mat & L. Extra 6o-lb. M II I li I II felt ("six inches thicl ered with best art in everv respect. 2J4 ft. 3 ft.' sy2 $12.00 $114.00 $15. W. & L. Extra-stitched Ed "A" felt (five inches thick), in on good quality art ticking. The fell to prevent knotting. 2t/2 ft. 3 ft. 354 $0.00 $12.00 $13. W. & L. "Special'' Mattress, inches thick), and covered with lent mattress at the price. 2'4_ft 38.CO $9.00 $10. W. & L. Felt Mattress, made one or two parts. This mattress satisfaction. 3 ft. $6-00" $7.00 $8. < >ther Mattresses from $3.50 \\ e have unusual facilities mattresses and pillows. We h)gtentc manner ami cover thcrr very moderate cost. br*i4 hw. 9 at. Il . & Lotlhrop IINGTON?Paris. Fur Garments in our Cold Dry Salle of ^oat Suits. ir items in Women's Coat Suit*, spring garments?all made up two and offered at very special iple effects tor general wear and sions. But whether the suit be 1 smart style, character and reicnt?and an unequaled value at ; and sharkskin cloth, in strictly vith shawl collar of black moire :d effects, and the colors?navy ay. Very attractive and becomi in eg up to $25.00. vith semi-fitting coats and variictly tailored, while others have cuffs. Colors?navy blue, black. $118.5(0) each. serge and sharkskin cloth, with aited skirts. Coats are lined e black, navy blue. tan. wistaria <#?*?! T) p?if> n_ eeico. in and diagonal serges, homeweight worsteds, with semi and .11 dc cygne. Shown in regular blue, black, mode and leather $25.00 eacih. Coats /?ry Purpose. street wear, of white French features which lend exceeding rc. They are made semi-fitting ed collar, faced with black satin :onS. : ^ $37.50. rig Garments, in latest desirable xo styles, semi-fitting and with ,i? ? r" ? ?ui a uc ui 1111c i|u*iuiy uiuc diiu uiac.iv nd blocked fabrics, with large $45.00. 1 Capes, semi-fitting and loose ^ n satins, in all the late colors, :tc. * 527.50. e c ien Coats, especially adaptable i-fitting style is trimmed with ] cuffs: plaited style, back and ished with buckle; others fin- E satin. $118.5?. b ? ?g Goats, semi-fitting and loose )f braid, cither shawl or notched; :d and finished with buttons. $ $37.5?. i srodeinicies in hite Waffsts. moved from the commonplace? novation of distinctive merit, aying the latest tendencies: Fine Batista Waists, front consists of tucks. embroidery and Valenciennes lace insertion -with !ac<? trimmed ruffle: tucked back and sleeves; lace collar: <r^ 7; fasten in back. Each *P?V/3 All-orer. ' P'n-tifked Batiste Waists, with Gibson neks over shoulders: long sleeves with cifTs, trimmed in cluny insertion: collar trimmed to mateh ecuffs; fasten in back. Each Batiste Waists, cluster tucked to form yoke and deep tucked shoulders, finished with hand-embroidery: tucked back and long sleeves, trimmed with cluny and val lace Insertion: high collar of <*_ lace edge and insertion. Each? *P/-3U Sale off ttresses. lattress, made of the best white LrV 111 one or two narts. and cov "If ? "1 1 - ' ticking. A high-grade mattress ft. _ 4 ft. 4?/2 ft. ,00 $t6.50 SI 7.50 ge Mattress, made of the best e or two parts, and covered with t in this mattress is put in layers ft. _ 4 ft._ 00 SB 4.00 SB 5.00 made of the best "B" felt (five good, strong ticking. An excelft. 4 ft. 454 ft. M SB 1.50 SB 2.50 : of good quality five-inch felt, in wiH give long service and perfect ft. 4 ft. 4J4ft. .00 S9.00 . 'SBO.OO to $18.50. for renovating and making ovei renovate them in a thorough, 1 with new or the old ticking at Woodward < + s ( Woodward New York?WAS! Packing in all branch* moderate charges. Let u 1L Jmajisnji^nll Women's a New Silk ME have just received morning, at a third a large lot of Wor These are very attra and changeable taffetas, messalin variety of pretty styles, and in ; have the natural waist line?the have tunic skirts, others the n< house, street, church, calling and Special prices, i Regular values, J Special attention is called to Dainty Colored Lingerie Dress< lawns, etc., in this season's latest are richly plain, others are elabo ccllent values. $7.50 to $5 Women's and Misses' "Tub' and materials, including linen, swiss, etc., in plain colors and fig plaid effects. Very attractive dt morning and outing wear. $3.75 to $3 Third floor, G st. _ TT ^ 1111 A. excellent Damask T mLOT of Damask Table following popular des spot, rose, lily, fleur de flax, of an excellent quali Special prices, $3.4MD, $3.25 ai Also a lot of Heavy Damask hemmed ready for use, offered at 22=inch, $3.?? doz 24=inch, $3.75 doz Bed Sets; Fine Muslin Bed Sets, for ouble beds, consisting of spread nd bolster roll cover, in neatly mbroidered effects, and espeially desirable for summer use. $7.50 the set. Hemstitched Sheer Batiste led Spreads, with tape borders. For single and three-quarter >eds, $6.00. For double beds, $7.50. Bolster Roll Cover to match, 1.50 and $1.65. Second floor, Eleventh at. Special Trimmed Mall OEjT NCLUDED in this assortmc 1 representing style impress I II I c< ,rt r\f lint ic from t ^ V'V^ IV */I ?IUV. iO II VI V I I VIII * able for all occasions. Materials cmploye.d are brai< the latest shapes and shades, ei Flower-trimmed Sailors and oth< fects in natural and other rich extreme in style, but all are beco tions. Exclusiveness and originali values arc unexcelled. Special price, Second floor, T>oth st. Two Speck Women's PECIAL attention is call Women's Oxfords, whicl row? Tuesday, morning- ; new goods, of this seasor styles. Lot i?Women's Two-eyele season and one that promises to metal calfskin and patent kidskii Spanish arch, Cuban heel, short tip. $4.<ChO> the pair. Lot 2?Two styles of Won eyelet Oxford Ties, with Good heel. One style has plain toe; t knob toe with wing tip. An exc< $2.95 the pair. Third floor, Tenth at. _ Women's fl~ ME direct special attei showing of Women' line, comprising 15 sizes. Made exclusively for hats, 01 small articles and accessories. $8.50 to $?< We are especialy weSB < of trunks of aQQ kinds at service. Baaament. Equitable Buildihf. k Lothrop. 4 1 & Lothrop HINGTON?Pans. % 5S, by experienced men, at s estimate. Valines in ind Masses' . Dresses. and shall place on sale tomorrow to a half less than regular prices, nen's and Misses' Silk Dresses, ctive garments fashioned of plain e, striped silks and pongees, in a all the latest spring shades. All latest fashion tendency. Some sw plaited effects. Suitable for evening wear. 57.50 to $115.00. 515.00 to 537.50. > a line of Women's and Misses' is, made of sheer batistes, fine on/1 mnct off rn rti\T> ctoc auu iiiuoi ai Li tiv. ii * cw ? ivc. w/'-'i > i\. ratelv trimmed; all represent exiO.O? each. ' Dresses, in a variety of styles gingham, linen chambray, ren. nred. checked, striped, dotted and esses, suitable for house, street. >5.AMD each. Valmies in ible CBoths. Cloths, for round tables, in the igns?chrysanthemums, stripes, lis, fern, etc. They are all .pure ty, and the size is 2V\X2% yards. ti a AA n_ m e acini. Napkins, of an excellent quality, the following special prices: era. Value, $3.50. en. Value, $4.25. Summer Lap Robes. For auto and carriage use. Now showing a large and very attractive line, in tan, gray, green, blue and black, ranging in price from 85c to $8.00 each. 1 Special?Imported Linen Lap Robes, in yellow, red and blue stripes and plaids. Special price, $2.25 each. Sale of lioery at $flO. :nt are. Dainty and Tasteful Hats, ions of notable nature. Every ailored to picturesque, and suitils, chips, ncapolitans, etc., in al! nbracing Large Colored Toques, ?r models in stylish upturned cfcolors. None of these hats is ming?pretty and attractive crcaty are potent factors, and the , $11?.OT each. f il Values ami r OwfF/TMV/H] cr ed to the following two lots of 1 we shall place on sale tomorat very special prices. They are fs make, and represent the latest t Eden Ties?a new model this i be very popular. Made of gun n, with Goodyear welt sole, high vamp and knob toe with shield Value, $5.00. lien's Gun Metal Calfskin Fouryear welt sole and high Cuban he other has the new and stylish client walking oxford. Value, $3.50. flat Trunks. ntion to our large and attractive s Hat Trunks. A comprehensive different styles, and in several with tray and compartments for 55.00 each. equipped for the repairing reasonable cost; prompt \ / ... ? ODD FELLOWS' BIRTHDAY NINETY-FIRST ANNIVERSARY OCCURS TOMORROW. Local Lodges Will Unite in Celebration in the 7th Street Hall. - BBS jHW^aBir 8P EU 611 / * Bir^yi^Hk , I1MH| DR. THOMAS J. GATES. Deputy grnnd inaMrr. The Odd Fellows of Washington will celebrate the ninety-first anniversary of their fraternity tomorrow evening. The exercises will he held in Odd Fellows' Hall, 7th street northwest. The arrangements are in charge of a committee representing all branches of Odd Fellowship in the District and composed of Dr. Thomas J. Gates, deputy grand master of the District Grand Dodge, as chairman; William J. Hope, vice chairman; E. T,. Dunn, secretary; John D. Yoakley, treasurer; William G. Phillips. J. T. Allison, W. W. M'llan. George Gerberich, William H. Selu^n T/>U?, T a n ? - ici e, tiuiui *i. vuci 1, oct-hiuci . r uub?, r. A. Ro.vse, William H. Smoot, John Taylor, R. A. Ford, William E. Graves. Mrs. V. Estelle Yoakle.v, Mrs. Anna Crew. Mrs. Elisabeth Weber, Mrs. Minnie Lephew, Mrs. Anna Billings, D. W. Keck, James W. Lyons and C. D. Shackelford. The following ara the auxiliary committees on details of the celebration:. Program?Charles D. Shackelford, chairman; R. A. Ford, i>- W. Keck, Mrs. V. Estelle Yoakley, nad Mrs. Anna Billings. Printing?F. A. Royse, chairman; J. T. Allison and John J. Cherry. Press?\Y. W. Millan, chairman, and P. H. Leary. Badges?Samuel A. Foose, chairman; Mrs. Anna Crew and James W. Lyons. Decorations?William H. Smoot, chairman; William II. Sellers, William G. Phillips, William E. Graves, John Taylor and ar set : - r u* jure. .Minnie nfpniew. Reception?George Gerberich, chairman, assisted by all the members of the general committee. The address of the evening will be delivered by Senator Duncan M. Fletclieb of Florida, who is an active Odd Fellow in his state. The program, following the entrance of Canton Washington So. 1, Capt". R. A. Pumphrey commanding, escorting the grand master, officers of the Grand Tx>dge, the grand patriarch and officers of the Grand Encampment, the speaker of the evening and guests, consists of the following: Overture, orchestra: opening remarks. Thomas J. Gates, deputy grand master; tenor solo, Thomas I,. Jones; reading of proclamations of grand sire and grand master, W. Ellis Olapp, grand secretary; contralto solo, Mrs. Charles E. Henney; address, I). A. Dugan, grand master; quartet; address. Senator Duncan 1*. Fletcher of Florida; bass solo, Theodore T. Apple: remarks, George F. Colison, srrand oatriarch. and Honrano solo. Miss Bdlth Stowell; accompanist, Mrs. Thomas L. Jones. There will be a reception and dancing at the close. SEIZUfflT VENUS STEAMER DECLARED TO BE VIOLATING NEUTRALITY LAWS. Laden at New Orleans With Munitions of War Destined for Nicaragua. Kxtreme reticence is observed at the ttepartment of State regarding the case of the steamer Venus which was seized by United States officials at New Orleans on the ground that she was laden with arms and ammunition for the Madriz forces on the east coast of Nicaragua, in alleged violation of neutrality laws. It is admitted that such action would not have Kaan takpri If this firovernment roc ognized Madriz as the defacto head of the Nlcaraguan government, a a there would have been no question as to his right to import munitions of war for national protection. The legal ground for interfer >nce with the Venus is that she wa6 being used for a. filibustering expedition against a friendly nation. It is understood that the Venus was to have gone to Blueflelds with a view of dislodging the revolutionists under Estrada and putting the entire east roast of Nicaragua under the dominion of the Madriz regime. Troops Advancing on Blueflelds. Tt is reported at Blueflelds, Nicaragua, that an army of about two thousand men, under one of the Madriz generals, is advancing on thgt city in two columns, and that the advance guard is only about twenty or thirty miles away. The United States consul at Blueflelds, in a dispatch to the State Department conveying this information, says that Estrada is disposing his army with a view of making a stubborn resistance. The consuls at Blueflelds are in conference with Capt. Gilmer of the United Slates gunboat Paducah with a view to his protecting the commercial section of the city In case of fighting. As Estrada has only a few armed followers and Is in no position to resist a determined attack from a strong force, it is possible he may be induced to surrender the town if granted the honors Of war. It is said, however, that he still hopes for the assistance of the United States forces, and will not surrender without a figlft. Cold Mars Confederate Reunion. MOBILE, Ala.. April 23.?With Mobile en fete for the reception of the United j Confederate Veterans, it remained for the i weather to strike the one discordant note j in the welcome extended the "old bo>s" who marched and fought under the stars and bars. It is cold. The real opening Of the reunion does not take place until tonight, when the sons have their first COMM. ' f ; Exclusive Larlie: 5 Furnishi | 933 Pennsyl^ ??????; 3 | Greatest I 1 of the S | TAILORE H The highest class ercati< I eluded in these lots of Fine up to the minute in style ? mannish tailored women's g;: $25 Tailored Suit $30 and $32.50 T; | $35 Tailored Suit $37.50 & $38.501 || $50 Tailored Suit ? > j WM. H. McKNEY iff****** ?? ft* f f f ttff ft*4 P7" | ^ | Edmonston's, Idvisrrs and Authorities on Foot Trouble Home of the original "FCH FORM" Boots for M W omen and Children, i "Wear We for Worn* Mc frable ( at any workm Ox t ore to the styles to con "Wear good b our professional shoehti fit any foot. Price. .. . Edmonston & I" wmmammmmmmmmmmm* METR<H Ai CHI u Jf' 1' c iii in sMi *25 !? w?2 25? fss is; %%% Hi i issps * s?2 S?? E?? ??? cO? H?a kfl|o(E9 ^ n in TT^ pg~7i I I P|||S H SENT TO HOSPITAL. Actress Who Walked From Texas Prostrated by Illness. Maud Ballard was turned over to the board of charities by the police today. pb?- was ill and was sent to a local hospital for treatment. The visitor arrived here Saturday night, coming across the Highway bridge from Alexandria. Policeman Smith met her near the river front and sent her to the house of detention. The >oung woman said she had walked fioni Sherman, Tex., having left there ? I ' * ----- T item's I 5' Cloak, Swt and : ng House, j; vania Avenue. -; ? deductions eason In ^ mam i D SUMS | mis that McKnew show* are in- g Tailored Suits. They arc right g md representative ol the best 2 irmcnts. ? 5 $115 | ailored Suits $20 1 1 $23 j julored Suits. jj s $33 I V CO., 933 Pa. Ave. 1 ^ rl ^ i .1191 A?<AH#le II VAIVIM9 jrij $3.50. re attractive or more duTx fords are not to be had price. The materials and anship in "Wear Well" is tor women measure up highest standards. The ! and shapes are conducive lfort, and they conform he requirements of fashI ' show complete lines of Well" Oxfords in all lack and tan leathers, and j ters can ?5 Co., 1334 F St I ? J ' , fwrj 'OLITAN SWEET DCOLATE KGHEST IN IUALITV OOTHNESS AND FLAUOR about a year ago. At that time, alia stated, she was a member of a theatrical company. She declared ?he had walked all the way here front Texas and sa\s she Intends to walk the rest of the way to her home at Clear Lake. Iowa. * t Ankle Fractured. Thomas Walker, colored, fell on tha .stairs at bis home, w*i Barr> place, thta # morning and sustained a fracture of hia rlglit an*'le. Ills Injury ??<i trea'^d at the Kmergency Hospital. The I'mon Leather Company of New Votk will erect a large tannery at Franklin, Pendleton county, W Va. i