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Sharing Day iir PROFIT-SHARING DAY Patrons and Employes Share the Profits Tomorrow Is not success too often associated with mere dollars and cents? Does it not count tor both success and happiness?worth more than dollars and cents?to be , in sympathetic touch? "Profit-Sharing Day" brings the store proprietor, his 1 chiefs and aids. you. the manufacturers and importers, all of us. in sympathetic ; touch. The following announcement of the Palais Royal's first "Profit-Sharing i Day." clipped from The Sunday Star of 3 years ago. can be very appropriately I used today. I The Spirit of the Day ' The spirit of the day lias been felt far outside of Washington?importers and manufacturers, for many years in friendly business relations, have been imbued with the spirit of the day. and the Palais Royal proprietor wishes to acknowledge indebtedness to the best element of the wholesale trade for many of the astonish ing bargains told in these pages. Note the Stars ^ Learn of Them The lots sent by friendly importers and manufacturers at complimentary prices arc small individually, while large collectively. Such lots arc marked with a star, so that the reader will understand and arrange a visit as soon after break fast as possible. "PTT W JF $1.00 Blouses to Be 69c Three styles, as in the sketch below, are exactly as represented. Twenty-five (25) different styles in all, tailored and lingerie ef fects, with high, low and convertible collars; short and long sleeves. Materials include white organdy, voile and Seco silk in colors. Palm Beach $9.95 Genuine Palm Beach Cloth and Panama Cloth Suits?one style is pictured below. These and others, plain, braided, Norfolk and semi fitted coat models, are from our maker of $12.50 to $15.00 Suits. At S9.95 tomorrow?and Tuesday?if the supply equals the demand. Third Floor. I'liird Floor. These and Other Wash Skirts, 88c The regular stock of $1.00 Wa.-h Skirts?over r.ooo in all?is supplemented with forty-eight 1481 -ampler from our maker of Si.50 I ailored Skirt-. All to be included at 88c for choice. Three styles exactly a- pictured above. .Material- include pique, rite cloth, beach cloth, etc. Sizes?waists. 2.3 to 30; lengths. 36 to 43 ^ Samples, Worth to $2.50, JjJ ] 39 f mm our most famous maker of $2.00 to $2.50 Waists?ab< .ut a liah hundred of the-e filmy Ynile Blou-es. some of all-over em broidery, with the .new fiat collar and black satin bow. Some with the new scalloped edge. Some with vestee and collar of em broidered organdy. jr Others t hree iden tical to the sketches ? a n (1 nearly half a httn <1 red < > t h e r dainty dress e~. hi voiles, tissues a 11 d real linen: in h I a i" k a 11 d white eliects and colors. \ allies i 1 > S1 ( I at S3. I liird Floor. J ?White AZ.r Corduroy Standard at b9c vard. Palm Beach Cloth . . $1.25 wool suiting'. 54 inches. 95c Wool Panama C.Q Suitings . . N'aw or black. 54 indies?$1 v alue. ?*$1.50 Black Silks<Df ?fo-inch Taffeta and Puchcssc. kj/ r $2 Crepe % 1 59 Meteors . . . Black, white and colors-?40 inches. $2 Cheney $ 1 45 Silks * > 40-inch Shower-proof Foulards. * $3 s?k $ j .59 Crepes . . y Figured. brocaded and broche. Wash Tub Silks 79c Plain and striped?Values to $1.50 yard. 25c yd. Ratine1 f 2Vic, 36 inches, white and colors. 25c French Voiles, 36 inches, soft and sheer. 25c Wonder Silks, 27 in., black, white and colors. French Nub Voiles, French Seed Voiles, 36 inches?39c value. 3 ^ 18c French Voiles, 40 inches?soft finish. 35c Nub Crepes, Solid and broken stripes. 19c 19c 49c 25c I2!c 25c .Jr $4.50 Yard d? 1 Embroideries, *P ' ^y^-yaxd^j^atter^ $2.50 Yard Embroideries, 75c 45-inch-wide Embroiderv Flouncings. 75c to $1 Yard Embroideries, 55c 45-inch-wide Embroiderv Flouncings. 75c Yard Embroideries, 49c 27-inch-wide P>aby Flouncings. yL, $2 to $4 Net Flouncings 18. 24 and 27 inches wide. $1.00 75c &$1 Lace Flouncings, ^vC 18 and 24 inches wide. White and cream. Valenciennes Laces, ^jT\ 12-yard pieces. Values to $1.50. ^ yL, 15c Pearl Buttons, Q ^ Ocean pearl?3 lo ') on card. /C Guaranteed Watch and Bracelet for At $15.00 instead oi $20.00 arc Solid Gold \\ atcli L?racek't>. At $2.00 instead of $3.00 are the Gold-pi a ted Watch Bracelets. ?Street Moor?I outer <?t Store. Lot No. 1. \ alur- to $iO.^ J Samples of Parisian Jew elry. one-of-a-kind pieces of Imitation Diamonds and other precious stones. Also Pearl. Italian let ami Real Amber Jewelry. Street Floor?Center. JO. 2. If. Lot Ni > 39c \ alu I" Ss. Samples of American few clrv?Gold-plated. I'earl. let ami Jeweled Bracelets. Neck laces, Lavalliers. Brooches, Back t'omb?, Barrettes and Braid I'ins. Soutoir Chain J ctc. Street Floor -Center. Lot No. 3. \ .ilttc- to Si. J I)on't let the price i.'c crcatc ;t question in vottr mmd. l.<Ktk tor .nt<l litid l)aint\ I '.nameled Pin Bead Xc<klacc>. I owelcc; 1-avaHicrs, let and I'earl I .tr ring's, etc. jr mr nii 84c lor $1.00 and some $2.00 Lingerie. Nearly 100 different styles of $1.00 Lingerie, to be featured in the June Sale, are to be in cluded tomorrow?at 84c for choice. A few words of joy to our army of regular patrons? the $1.00 Lingerie for June is to excel the $1.00 Lingerie of the "May Sale." Xeed more be said? See the garments ornamented with Swiss motifs outlined in fine laces. On Third Floor?at 84c for choice. _ On First Floor Tables Samples worth-to $2 | . - ? ,| Two of our leading makers seent to have been in friendly rivalry tn help make this Profit-sharing ;l Sale a delight to Palais Royal patrons. Such lingerie at 84c will long prove a plea-ant memory. Choice j |j of Princess Slips. Gowns. Skirts, Envelope Chemise and other combination garments, of Secco silk, j I crepe, mull, longcioth and nainsook, all trimmed with laces and embroideries befitting such filmy ma-. terials. 84c for choice?on First Floor table, rear of elevator. =* > J* 111 rr To Regular Patrons They understand that the demonstrations and lectures are over for this season, and know of the clearing sale that follows and the reduced prices lately quoted. Note Tomorrow's Lesser Prices: All $5.00 Lots to Be CQ ncluding Corsets worth to ' All $3.00 Lots to Be Including Corsets worth to $8. $250 All $1.50 Lots to Be QQr Jncluding Corsets worth to $=;. ^ ^ All 75c Lots to Be AAr* Embroidered Brassieres. *' ^ J Misses' Dresses, $3.95, Including Samples worth $5 Up One pictured?it shows the simplicity, but cannot shovtf the filmy material and the perfect needlework, the factors that make these dresses so attractive. The samples include white voile, striped voile, combinations of white and colored voiles, polka dot and candy stripe voile. Dolly Varden batiste, etc, Styles include high and Dutch necks, short and long sleeve9f skirts plaited, tucked and ruffled. Some with vestee and coN lar of embroidered orsrandv and belts of suede kid or silk rib* o bon in colors. Sizes 14 to 20 years. jfrUsual $3.95 Dresses for$2.75' Tub Dresses of wash materials and of needlework to make thenj all the name implies. Materials include linene in white and colors, striped voile*, etc. With their white organdy collar and cuffs, silW tie and belt, these dresses look worth more than $3-95 Third Floor?in Misses' Department. ?* = Other Lists of Profit-Sharing Prices in This Morning's Post and Herald.