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VI ewDOirvi SUMMERLIKE DRESS SUGGESTS SUNSHINE AND FLOWERS A DISTJNuriSIIKD COS#! .HE FOR SOCTHERJT WEAR. BY KELLY, PARIS. The singing of the birds amid the bud ding trees where bright flowers carpet the roadside now welcomes the traveler to the Riviera. This retreat, facing the blue tvat* :s of the Mediterranean, is a. verita ble winter playground for the fortunate mortals who may fh? l'rom northern climes when skies are gray and fogs dim the city. So for those who would enjoy the balmy breezes and lazily watch the sparkling waters many e..arming creations ar?- de signed. Th?- renowned centers of fashion SPOTLESS rr CLEANSERJ0 111 the big-economy can cleans even,' room in the house?works like a flash. Good for painted woodwork, marble and tile. It c ? takesthelastspeckfrom v ? ~ " *u"?' 1, and keeps your bath iub snowy white. Mad? good by TBI REYNOLDS fOBPuKATION Bristol. ItnB.li. ciSSSiifs ati5s aiStHAlLI TV U">?* .i!? i u? n .: I: injurious Vf,fT% xv" 'VP V | ? \-}.; i" m ? i n ] \ wJuiiL V iLr Js a;'i>!n*?! t ? h> ?:: *a;,.r . ,< , ? . t .<? i: !><? * 1 I* K- : ' - . ? Tit * uorst Jt ? ? ; v . >' r ' !? * "? ?' ? ??!!? x ? ? <?i. <_?:?? ?>?.. | The Ruby. \ MIMI i.K\!H 'Jf ? Sewing Machine, i Selling at <F 1 O *7 C t | a Low Prke.<|)l /./5 . H" !> -?u ^" i-r ? Brand new ir>14 Ul'Xil ! .,V -V ruw: mail - '?> A ? - . i lnig sewms ;r :v Uia?'fcij." u..?:. ; ? i. - : /?* | OPPHNHKIMHR'S, I ';i C?>r. 8th and I. Si-. X.W. -v ; >y%- 7 Wax Candles For r Candlemas Day, Which is Monday, February i. Wax Candles. Four to Pound. Only 25c. JOHN H.MAGRUDER Fine Groceries, Cigars and Wines, Connecticut Ave. and K St. \ t offer the greatest variety of new and un usual attire. The lovely fabrics from which they are. developed are remarka ble for their variety of color and the beauty of their texture. Vivid touches of color distinguish the majority of the new gowns, tor the bright ribbon sash or velvety petaled flower is ; much in demand. Gay-colored coats con ; trust brightly with the white gowns, and . the new parasols which frequently match | th*-*e have brigrlitly tiiited handles thai j reflect the gay tones of the jaunty siik ; coats. ; In the drawing T have depicted a charming costume that is particularly ; effective for wear at the southern resorts of Europe or America. This niodpl is ; made of a fine white duvetvn. The .-mart little ^jkei is slashed in front and the j dart-shaped openings are crowned with tiny triangular pieces of embroidery. Sim ' liar openings are shown on the rthree quartcr-length sleeves, which reveal the i bouffant net sleeve, with its tight-fitting j cuff and drooping frill. A flaring collar, artistically notched in the center of the back, crests the shoulders, and is over ; topped by the collar of the waist. The quaint and rather striking hat of .?lack milan straw, with oddly scooped ! up brim, is decorated with a small bow ? f ribbon that flaunts itself prettily in ; tiie rear. Many lovely dresses have been planned 1 for the women who annually immigrate to the southland. Some of the frocks were made from the new wash fabrics which look so dainty and summerlikc. When ; a very sheer gown is desired one may choose a beautifully woven linen whose transparent appearance is accentuated by rhe Tittie posies of old-time dowers that decorate its surface. The delicate pinks and blues of these tiny clusters are often intensified by the sash of supple satin or soft taffeta that matches 'heir lovely i ints. Jacquard linens in white and colors are particularly good outing suits when a rather dressy effect is desired. Many | of these patterns are designed in all-over I style, so that they prove entirely suitable j for the woman of rather massive propor j lions, as well as her sister whose figure I naturally follows the lin?s of the slim sil ! houettc. Ratine in greater variety than ever promises to be very fashionable. One of the prettiest fancies of the moment was worn bv a member of the American col ois\. He;- beautiful complexion and eyes have won much admiration in many lands, and in the choice of her dress she i usually favors blue. For this smart eos ume she selected a ratine with rather j wold cheeks o blue and delicate gray. ; This was fashioned in a very becoming i little coat, uiiose exceeding plainness re ! minded one of the pictures of her ances j iors. Square silver buttons were used t<. I fasten the coal, and these also appeared in tii* rear of the skirt, which was slash ? e anart for about five inches from the . hem. . i Til-- skirt, .athet straightly cut. was made from se"f-colored blue, which per j fectly reflected the color of the jacket. ? Copyright. 1W4. by A. .1. Kolufcrd THE DAILY MENU. i BREAKFAST. j Baked Apples Cereal Breaded Mush with Honey Coffee TiVXJ'HEON. Beef and Pimento Hash !>ttu?e Salad Wafer? Cream Cheese Cookies Tea DINNER. Cream of Celery Soup ' Mutton Steaks Currant Jelly Mashed Potatoes Stuffed Peppers Cucumber and Onion Salad j Apple Tarts Coffee Fads and Fancies. Tango is the name of the new flame j color. Artificial silk wili be much used with j white voile. ' White buckskin shoes are already in the I shops. Nightgowns of pink and blue batiste are ; in favor. One of the great spring novelties ^ plaids in pastel shades. Soft, sheer organdies are being taken up for embroidering. Cashniere shawl designs are coming back with printed taffetas. One popular new blouse has the back, sleeves and front yoke all cut in one. Baroque pearls ornamented with jewel ed wreaths make charming hat pins. Checked skirts with solid colored coats will be mmh seen among spring suits. What's to Become of Peggy? (Autobiography of ii Modern Girl, re corded by Kthel Lloyd Patterson.! No. XXIV.?A Falsehood. Mr. Thomas, who bad originally com*, to .see rnv employer about a block of real o.-tate. soon formed the habit of dropping into the office almost daily to talk to me. For mjs-elf I was v?*r\ glad ??? have him. First. because h? reiiovi-d ilie monotony. Second, because lie very plainly admired me and did not hesitate to express his admiration. [ was always greeuy for ap proval. I could not got too u u? h of it. At last Mr. Thomas asked mo to go to the theater with him. Our local stock company was playing one of the previous season's city successes. I was anxious to see it. and 1 said so. "I'll take you tomorrow night. .Peggy." .-aid Mr. Thomas. It had become Peggy in place of "Miss Gloster." "Po you. want me to stop off ;tt your house for ! you 1 thought a moment. j "No." I said; "I'll met >ou at Jen- ' kins* drug store." I do not know wby 1 decided in that j instant that my iiM?tb?-r would not ap prove of this ex'-: . i'Mi. and therefore I would rot tell her of it. It was in stinct. There was really nothing against j th?- man thus far. But he was quite fifty years old. and 1 , was but sixteen. < >11 broad general prin ciples it is better for like to consort with like, and age with age. "Why can't T go to your house. Peg- j gy ?" Mr. Thomas asked me curiously. I "Oh. mother might not let me go if ) she knew about it." 1 said. "She's an | AMERICAN FASHIONS. BY LILLIAN E. YOUNG. Whether or not evening wraps could be handsomer, more wondrously rich in color and design or more seductively fashioned in cut and drapery, is a mat ter for desultory speculation. At any rate every one is unanimous in declara tions of the unprecedented beauty of the present-day evening wraps?which last sounds paradoxical, but unintention ally so. Aside from the marveloiisly soft texture of the materials, the inter woven designs in delicate tracery or bold motifs are an unending source of de light to the eye. All wraps have a rather voluminous appearance through the body, and are of an "easy fit" across the shoulders that is rather suggestive of a man's greatcoat, but whether draped or plain, the skirts of them are as narrow as it is possible to have them. This is true even of the models that are perfectly OKAY KVKNING WKAP IN* PLAIN AND HKOCAUED FABRICS. plain at the top or of those that are gathered across the shoulders, after one of the fads of the moment. Th' tapering is always made very gradually, with strict avoidance of a break below the hip line, which is sure to ensue unless the sloping is done carefully. Some of the models show quite an exaggerated width through the hips and still others have the out sub- large and loose and the lining fitted more to the figure. This treatment causes the outside to fall naturally into long folds, which, if necessary, may be caught down lightly to the lining. The model sketched shows a grace ful method of combining one of the bro caded satins with a plain surfaced ve lour. It is developed in gray with dou ble bands of bearskin on the cuffs and a throw piece of the gray velour finished on diagonal ends with :t band of bear skin. The muff, too, is of veiour and btarskin. Wide sleeves are cut in one with the body portion, and the opening runs diag onally from the right side of the neck to the loft hip. with some square silver buttons to fasten it over the bust. The upper portion is slightly pouched into the lower. w rue kitchen pantry Orange Souffle. Peel and slice six oranges and put in a glass dish alternate layers of oranges and sugar and let stand two hours. Make a custard of yolks of two eggs, a pint of milk and sugar to taste, with a grating of orange peel for flavor, and pour over the oranges when cool enough. Beat the whites of the eggs to a stiff froth, sweet en. and flavor to taste and pour over the top. Serve cold. Cream Cheese Soup. Boil an onion for fifteen minutes in a pint of veal stock, then strain it out and return the stock to the fire. Heat a pint of milk to scalding, thicken with two tablespoonfuls of Hour rubbed into one of butter, season with white pepper and celery salt, and add to the veal stock. Stir in slowly the beaten yolk of two eggs, then four tablespoonfuls of grated Parmesan cheese and serve. Liver Timbales. Place one fresh lamb's liver for one pound and a half of calf's liver) in a saucepan, add one slice of onion, one-half awful spoil fun. Slip won't lot me do anything:." JJkc a good many girls, by dint of al ways thinking of myself as abused and of my family as tyraTits. 1 had come al most to believe it myself. "Right-O." said Mr. Thomas. "Til at Jenkins' tomorrow night at * o'clock. I*;it o?i \our best bih and tucker. We'll go to tlie rathskeller afterward for a bite to eat." So the following evening T ?-aine hom? from the office a little earl>. And i teased mother to give rnc mv dinner right away. "Where are you going. Peggy?" mother asked. She always did ask, and she was so seldom answered courteously or truth fully. "Out with Jack Diinond." 1 vouch safed. "What time'll he )?? here?" continued mother. "He isn't coming here." I said. "I'm going to meet him downtown and go for a walk." ^~ "Rut. Peggy." /protest'd mother, "why don't he c??m?> hero? I don t like you go ing around the streets al?-n?- at night It's wrong ol/,la< k to ask \oii to do it. I'd lik< to sne*Ui to him about that." "Well, you needn't!" I cvlaimcd. "Re. cause I told Jack I'd too t him down street. How can 1 have my friends com ing here when more than half the tina fatln-r's drunk? I prefer to go down street and meet Jack." I paused to give a last, glance at my self in the hall mirror. "Besides?I know what's good for me? you don't." I finished as a parting shot. And then 1 went to my first theater with a grown man?went aftei 1 had spoken unkindly and untruthfully to my mother. of 1 bay leaf, on" teaspoonfid of salt and a dozen peppercorns, pour over sufficient boiling water to cover and simmer slowly until tender. J.et stand until cold, then take* out the meat, discard tubes and gristle and put through the food chopper. Measure, and to two solid cups add one cupful of fresh bread crumbs soakT-d \r. milk or chicken stock, a high seasoning of salt and pepper, ten drops of onion juice, two tablespoonfuls of melted but ter. two tablespoonfuls of finely chopped mushrooms and one teaspoonful of finely chopped parsley. Fill well -buttered tim bale molds, stand in a pan of hot water and rook in a moderate oven until firm in the center. Serve with a good brown sauce, to which may be added chopped olives and mushrooms. Ohio Pudding. Mix and sift two and one-half cupfuis of flour, one-half cup sugar, three and one-half teaspoonfuls of baking powder and one?fourth teaspoonful of salt, and v.ork in one-third cup of butter. Heat one egg until light and add one cup of milk. Combine mixtures, beat vigorous ly, turn into buttered mold, cover and steam two hours. Olaio Sauce. Cream one-half cup of butter arid add gradually, while beating constantly, one cup of brown sugar. When mixture is of a creamy consistency add four table spoonfuls of thin cream, drop by drop, to prevent separation, then add two table spoonfuls of chopped pcean nut meats, two tablespoonfuls of ??hopped dates and one-half teaspoonful of lemon extract. Cranberry Sauce. Many people like cranberries served without seeds and skin, but find cutting each berry a tedious process. The same result can l>e obtained by putting the berries through the food chopper. This breaks each berry and cuts the .skin into small bits, giving the sauce a better ap pearance. Orange Salad. Peel on?half dozen sweet oranges, carefully removing all the white skin, t ut into thin slices, remove the pips, put in a dish and cover with the fol lowing dressing: Put two tablespoonfuls of salad oil in a bowl and add gradually two dessertspoonfuls of lemon juice and two teaspoon fuls of powdered sugar. I weave the orange slices covered with the dressing in a cool place for an hour or two; then arrange in a salad bowl and surround with celery cut into small pieces. Sprinkle a little chopped parsley over the top and serve. Codfish Loaf. Crumb enough of tho inside of a loaf of bread to measure a cupful and soak these crumbs in a cup of sweet milk. Shred dried codfish enough to measure a pint, and after it is shredded soak it in cold water to freshen it. Add it to the soaked crumbs, and add three beaten eggs. Season with cayenne pepper. Put the mixture in a buttered mold and set the mold in a pan of water in the open. Bake until firm and serve with sauce. Escalloped Codfish. Freshen a pint of finely shredded cod fish and add to it a pint of hot mashed potatoes, three cups of milk, half a cup of butter, a quarter of a cupful of cracker crumbs and two well beaten eggs. Beat these ingredients all together and put the mixture in a buttered baking dish. Cover with buttered breadcrumbs and bake for forty minutes in a moderate oven. Codfish Hash. Shred enough codfish to measure a cup ful and chop enough cold boiled potatoes to measure two cupfuls. Fry a couple of slices of salt pork or fat bacon golden brown, and remove them. In the fat that remains stir the hash with seasoning of pepper and a little mace. When it Is hot, press it down with a wooden spoon and let it brown slowly. When it is thorough ly brown serve it with slices of browned bacon. Codfish Cakes. Mix flaked codfish with twice its meas ure of mashed potato. Season with pep per, a little thyme and minced parsley. Mold in little cakes, roll in beaten egg and fine crurabe and fry in deep fat. Gar nish with parsley or cross. Creamed Codfish. Mix flaked codfish with twice its meas ure of mashed potato. Season with pep per, a little thyme and minced parsley. Mold in little, cakes, roll in beaten egg and fine crumbs and fry in deep fat. Gar nish with parsley or cress. Creamed Codfish. The codfish should be tender, freshened to taste, and shredded. Make a sauce from equal parts of butter and flour, melted together, and enough rich milk to make the sauce of the right consistency. Season with a little celery salt. Mix in a few extra tablespoonfuls of butter at the last minute, and pour over the codfish, which should be drained thoroughly. Gar nish with a few capers and a little par sley. 4CopyrlffUt,J014.1 IMoodwarb Nsw York=WASHINOTON=-Paris. otbro? KNITTING AND CROCHETING taught by Lin experienced instructor. out charge. VALENTINE NOVELTIES and Favors 01 greatest variety?Main floor. V street. The Sale of Dance and Evening Dresses at the Special Price of $16.95. XI'. < >t the \er\ best opportunities \vc have ever presented f?.r the purchase of a Stvlish. New. Attractive and Res.ned Evening Dress at a low jmvc Tliev are especially desirable iur late season wear, i t dances and other functions. Made in three choice new styles, eic.i one effective and much superior to the usual ones obtainable at this low price. The quality of the materials, too. i- better. Taffeta and charmeusc -i 1 kr- arc used, in charming soft wea\cs, and the bodices are of prettv shadow laces in neat designs, beau tifully arranged with simplicity and tastefulness. Double flounces of plain sill:, edged w itli fur. or Dresden silk, ed^ed with fur. Another model is of crepe meteor silk, with <;old brocaded chiffon tunic, edged with black or white shadow lace and coney lur. the bodice being formed of shadow lace. W e have conservative^ stated the actual \alue oi these <lre-?es at S? S.00. but we feel sure that it will be difficult to find their equal even at that price. Special st 316.55 each. Advance Showing" of The New Spoiling; Dress Fabrics, UK preparations for the unusually early demand in spn ^ dress materials enable us to place before our patrons fabri ?that are exceptional in quality and design. Many new pat terns are exclusive, and an opportunity for the selection choicest designs is afforded, as the first shown fabrics arc often n t duplicated. The display at this time offers exquisite materials !? ? li^lit spring dresses and costumes for l'altn I'.each or other southc 1 resorts. Featuring Fox Fior Sets At Greatly Reduced Prices. I'RS of the fox family have never been so popular as this season, and consequcntK an opportunity to secure them at reduced prices demands quick and decisive action. nkw r.u i i'liinti:d MofSSi;i-INi;. ???ft. sheer fabric, with rosebuds on ?w hit?- aiul tinted grounds. ."*> inches iso yard. IMPmKTKI> CHIFFON 1.1SSK VOIl-K. -4 inches wide, \vhit*? ground with black, heliotrope. gray, blue arid pink woven stripes. -.V yard. XliW T'RIXTKD VOIhKS. m a large va riety of designs, bordered effects and small flowered patterns on tinted grounds. oS inches wide. 2~*c yard. KOIvOIMN. HA I'MOARTNKR & CO.'5 i NEW 11*1A VOILE MKSSIDOR. With j all the newest ideas in French print ing. in pink, blue, and a fow i*?rder 5 patterns, -7 inches w ide, SOe yard. - DoI.I.Y VAUIil'N ? UlTT'lin pink, yellow, blue and whit?\ *:i ! small floral designs. US inches \\ !? , .>??? yard. FKKNi'H PRINTED riil.l'K AM'. \N MS. I a \ariety of prints t?f floral dt v.u: ?>n ' wh te or tinted backgrounds. :??? in. ' i wide. ?V.~?e vard. > SILK AND COTTON ntKlMC IHoHlNi a sheer material with half silk v . I and brocaded and - silk-stripe g ?: i work, in pink, light h!u<? and > ? .'? - , inches wide. $1.00 > ar-1 CREPK CRYST A \AA N'K- -This is t v she?T crepe fabric of silk and ??., . with floral printings on e?*lo: -d or white background, ,".S in* h? s wid?-, *1 and $1.75 yard. $41 Black Fox Fmr Sets, $2^.50. This is a value exceptional in merit and genuine saving. The whole set is tinclv made, the skins beautifully matched, two whole skins in the'large stole and two in the muff. Each piece is finished with two heads and two tails, and the muff has four paws, made reversible to be worn on either side. In every particu lar this i- an elegant set. Special! Clearance Price, $29.S?. Kmbroidered Kobe Patterns?in Damascus blue, heliotrope ,i white bordered epongc that will make up into lovely and effective gowns or dresses. S22.50 pattern. ( iur assortment of David & John Anderson's Finest Scotch Ginghams for 1914 far surpasses any former production of this firm. The color treatments are exceptional in their variety, and the n? plaid and checked cffccts unusually attractive. The demand r these ginghams proves their claims to merit. ??c yard. Second floor, <5 St. Haimdsoinnie Liberty Garments mid $29 i> Red Fox Sets, $19.50, W e considered this set exceptional at S29.50. but now we de sire very quick clearance and have reduced the price exactly Sio.oo. Four skins are also required for this set. two in the scarf and two in the extra size pillow muff. The scarf is furnished with two heads and two tails and four paws, and the muff with head, tail and two paws, making an unusually modish and desirable set. Special Clearance Price, $19.5?. Exclusive Creations. HEATED and made exclusively for us in Washington ?y ?iberty & Co.. Limited, of London and Paris, the origiuato.s and makers of the most distinctively high-class and beautiful things. Liberty Silk Evening W raps, in exquisite shades, some trim med with narrow plaiting, others with marabou. >? and $211.5? each. Cp! Women's New Neckwear Giving an Insight Into Sprang Fashions. HE coming of spring is now heralded in nearly every depart ment. Today the neckw ear invites attention to. a quota of new sfvles and ideas that will be pleasing to inspect. (."harming new styles and effective novelties, and oil account of the extreme earliness of the season they are here in very limited quantities. .Yew Fichus, made gandie rolling collar. New Organdie Collars in several designs. New ( >rgandie Collar and Cuff Sets in new patterns. (iuimpes of plain and figured net for high and low neck dresses, with and without sleeves. Separate Sleeves, in white, ccru and black. if shadow lace and nets, with the new or Liberty Chiffon Wraps, velvet embossed, richly trimmed will, marabou: a handsome and elegant design. $35.?? and $4?.?? each. Handsome Party Bags. made of accordion-plaited liberty silk, in the shades and colorings ranging from a very light tint to the darker tones in light blue, pink, yellow, lavender. American l>eauty and old blue. $9.?? to $15.?? each. . Liberty Silk Plush Automobile Robes, two-toned effects. $42.50 each. Liberty Indian W ool Automobile Hugs, two-toned effects, with fringe. $42.00 each. Liberty Silk Plush Baby Carriage Hugs, two-toned colorings. $12.50 each. Children's Dresses: nainsook, crepe and linen, smocked and hand-embroidered, in a large variety of colorings and styles. S7.00 to S20.00 each. Second floor. Eleventh, st. Practical and Useful litems at Most Reasonable Prices From tee Notion Section. The Lily Ann Brassieres are one of the best types of garments for present wear that can be had at a moderate price. Made with invisible shield holders, the body being of substantial quality net and the short sleeves of invisible net, fitted with warranted quality shields. $[.25 each. Percale Dust Caps. 10c each. Imitation Shell Hairpins, plain and crinkled, -.>c box. Amolin Powder, antiseptic, 15e and Hoc-each. Compressed Sanitary Towels, 5c each. dozen. Twister's Sanitary Towels. ."?e each, 5<)e dozen. , Cotton Belting, all widths, black arid white; 10c yd. Silk Belting, all widths, 15c to 40c yard. Featherbone. silk covered. 10c yard. Tunic Featherbone, silk covered, 10c yard. See-it. Spring Fasteners, all sizes, 10c dozen. Aurora Ruche Supporters, 10c card. Embroidery Edges. fast colors, ?l yards, liGc. Featherstitched Braids, 6 yards, 10c, 15c and ISc. Main floor, G si. Women's Embroidered Lisle Hose Greatly Below; Usual Price. Twenty dozen pairs Women's | l ine Lisle Thread Hose, in black with | dainty colored embroidery oil instep or colored silk clocking; some open work lace ankle and others plain black. 1'he quality is excellent, and the \ cry special pricing is flue sole ly to concessions in purchase. 35c pair; <3 for $1.??. Regularly 5?c and 7Sc. Main floor, G st. New Trimmings and Buttons for the Spring Garments. Crystal and Rhinestone Trimmings for even ing gowns. Jet Trimmings in bands and ornaments. Black Silk Trimmings. Colored Bead Trimmings, in bands and fancy designs. Oriental Trimmings and Medallions. Fur and Marabou Trimmings, in all colois. Beautiful Chiffon Roses of various CoLis and sizes. Handsome Buttons, in every variety of shape, size and design; crystal, rhiuestone, crocheted, bone and pearl. Main floor, G st. Shadow Lace and Chiffon Waists That Disclose the Most Effective llADOW LACE and Chiffon Waists, whose vogue was veiv marked last season, will be multiplied in number during the coming spring. In the styles we have just placed on display all expectations for the coming months are fulfilled. Many of the new ideas which these waists contain have been im ported and adapted to American modes. They are made in blouse style with drop shoulders and three quarter sleeves and in plain or vest front effects. Shadow lace over colored chiffon is a popular and very modish combination, and the waist of chiffon with soft vest of plain colored chiffon is dainty and attractive. The low necks are all finished with ruffling of shadow lace, a few of which are wired to give the Medici collar effect, and the sleeves have cuffs of lace in pecot style. Shades are generally white or flesh, with vests of green. 1lcsh, salmon or lemon colors; strikingly smart and becoming, with the departures that make them distinctive and out of the ordinary. $5.75 to $1?.?T Third floor, G st. Reduced Prices on the Odd Lots Women's French Underwear. EASSOB ^ in the styles a ^ASSORTING our vast assemblage of l'rcneh Underwear Lingerie Shop we have discovered numerous odd and small quantities, and we purpose to close them out at once. In order to accomplish our desire price re ductions of no small consequence have been made. Gowns, French handmade and hand-embroidered, high and square neck.'long and three-quarter sleeves. $1.95.to $4.75 each. Were $2.75 to $7.5?. French Handmade and Hand-embroidered Gowns, some trim med with verv fine lace: low neck and short sleeves. $ J .95 to $ 118.50. Were $2.75 to $25.??. French 1 land-embn. idered Chemises, prettily trimmed with laces, beading and ribbon. $2.95 to $4.95. Were $4.5? to $7.5?. h"rench Handmade and Hand-embroidered Combination lace trimmed. $3.0? to $1?.??. Were $4.75 to $118.??. FRENCH BOUDOIR GOWN'S AND KIMONOS, ONE STYLE GARMENTS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, Oil Paintings Reduced. The Work of the Best Foreign Artists Have Been Reduced to Save 0ne=third. IL PAINTINGS here are never marked on a basis other th. i that of merchandising. When the reduced prices of one third are applied to these original prices the saving- e significant. Every Painting is included, not all of which arc listed. Iiowcvi : The Siege, by F'reta Zig; was $150.00; now $1100X0 Peacetime, by Ulrich; was $20.00: now $13.34 Karlingen. by Magerer; was $40.00: now $26.67 The Violinist, by F. Brecard: was $100.00: now $66.6 7 Little Boatman, by Hernia: was $30.00; now $2?.?? The Village Road, by Webster; was $35.00: now $23.34 A Coward, by Freta Zig; was $125.00; now $83.34 An Indiscreet Question, by Testin; was $65.00; now Harvest Time, by Testin; was $40.00; now.... Fisherboats, bv Witte; was $30.00; now In the Snowstorm, by Stoiloff; was $50.00; now......... Amsterdam, by Van Son; was $35.00; now Winter in Holland, by Fuggenbach; was $35.00; now An Approaching Storm, by Franck; was $25.00; now Antiquitus, by Hans Grade; was $25.00: now One of Venice, by Carlo; was $15.00: now ? A Stormy Day. by Solbcrg; was $40.00; now 2 Shepherd Scenes, by Amos; were $31.50; now i'ourth floor, F st. $26.67 $2?.C? $33.34 $23.34 $23.34 $116.67 $16.6" $2?.?? $26.6"' $22 Samu Flush Keeps the Fresh, Cleae amid .mie OF A Third floor, F st* HERE is an unseen danger in water closet bowls which is very frequently never understood or remains unattended to. The slighest incrustation accumulating in the water trap of the bowl fouls the water which is there for sanitary reasons, making it offensive, insanitary and dangerous to health. Sani Flush is the one perfect method for cleaning the trap or outlet of the bowl. A little Sani Flush shaken into the bowl *\t'I clean it it" it is little or greatly soiled, and then flushes out. leaving the bowl sanitary and clean; disinfects and deodorizes it. This cleaning and purifying is accomplished without sootiri:i^ or putting your hands to the work; not only cleatiK in its proces-, but also in its usage. Sani Flush is the only preparation of its kind made for the purpose. ' We have a stock that will supply every one, 25c can. Fifti Boor, st.