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THE "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUAKY 21. 1900.
:lnal Clearance of PRINTED PROMISES of giving greater values than St. Louis ever knew before will be faithfully kept. GENEROUS, Rounding Up the .... LACES. Ele inery. L NORA1AMJIK VALENCIENNES LACES A large lot of perfect, clean goods, in beautiful patterns ; just what the Indies will admire for underwear trimming and fancy work; genuine imported laces; wecloseout be fore stock-taking at reduced prices some half. 11C Lace, l'i In wide Tor 3o He lK", .' Id, Tide. For 5o 1 o Lnco 'i id ii!- r.,r So !-' Lace 3', ts wide For 90 l7e Lac-. In w.du l-'-ir"o 111; La-e V- in -Tide For5o INSERTIMl TO HATCH. ec. IK In nMo 3Q "i.Iln wide. Ao 3c J wide. 8 O See how prices have taken a tumble for the last week f the Great Clearing Sale. ovv is the time to buv clieap y a hat that you can feci a priJe in wearing. :RENCIi FCL.T MATS Onlv 75 of them ami no two alike. Price cuts made in every dept. Thousands of useful, season able bargains all over the store. in Turbans and medium size, bound with, velvet ind hrud and trimmed with rings, birds fancy feathers, silks, vehets'and ribbons -thev $1.75 were S'- CO, S3 00 and S3 50 Reduced to PLEND1D $5.50, 56.00 and S6.50 HATS Just 50 of them, na at il arrtii. auo of Fan v I n:s lira ds civets and N-Ss Veilings at Half Price. A largo lot of splendid qu iWt Vc.llrgs I" Incurs wide pla'a anil dotted. bic, h tf- Lrowa cream, bin', black dots on wMte, etc W orth . ttc i 3Jc I c WHu-oat. Oc Il5c I 20o trimmed with taste aid s111 by ih s ime artists t our own workroom who turn out ur mi-si exqu'-. tr j reductions with birds lct', ' "" an ' ch ' n All go at one p-ce This Week ;3.oo GREAT .vi n j umRU a insEim nans! p . nan ft? eue8f"mwn3 ffSBPS flraR lraft n n il s H d3 a HM 3 r w Pill- OACfm il M iiH n m"1 B L n " a w ti ? & ui .3 JS Hi j ;,i fc. afiliiliin piSUfls t sis- IHS- sils P sh a rwBp B y l4Lf O I. LlilJlu Ltftfll iUlLff V K It's not a question of prices and values now. The intent of the week's selling is to move goods at almost any cost. All reserve stocks have been brought forward and out they must go. Every shelf in the whole or tms Dig cash-selling dry goods House contributes its quota of reliable goods at lowest possible bargain-giving prices. floor, every counter, every si Grand Finale to Our Clearing Sale of Silks, Dress Goods and Black Goods. Prices tell their own convincing story- these, together tilth reliable goods, demonstrate that iugents' stand without an equal la actual and honest value givingnone but reliable goods offered i'OW FOR THE BARGAINS. ff""n mm-. -. " r. -. rf f Double fold all wool fancv cheviots. UlCS K3JJJ J various stj les of weaves and color combinations Reduced from J5oc vard to 62-inch all-wool Ladies' Cloth in shades of blue, tan, brown, dark stfff and light oxford gray mixtures Reduced from 75c j ard to LV 43-inch Illuminated diagonals in an extensive arrav of popular and tmZif erviceable combinations Reduced from s5c j ard to . sj J V' BS-lnch all-wool Tweeds, Homespuns and Cheviots in fact, all of our heavy masculm- fabrics adapted for tailor-made gowns Reduced fig t ff from $1.50 and $2.00 yard to Cip I JJ CJ J If c 20-inch all-silk Roman stripe Petticoat Taffeta in a sZf J 1 1 1 im variety of combinations Reduced from 75c yard to Cjk 21-inch fine quality all-silk, pure dye Swiss Taffeta in tartan checks Reduced from'51.00 yard to FZlaflr Trtffptt frc 19 inch all-silk bright lustre blai.k Swis -"" Miiwi.. ..... Tatteta bilks Reduced from 17 f 6V yard to .... ... 24-isch very fine and mnch heavier black Swiss Taffeta Silk Reduced from SI 25 yard to ttllr rimcc f2nrrlc: 3S inch black brocade Poplin LJ I Clsl lf I vUiJ JtUJJ ij Velours Reduced from 60c yard to .... 33-inch all-wool French Jacquard Serges, eight stylish designs to select from Reduced from 59c vard to 16-inch fine quality all-wool satin finish black Henrietta Cloth Reduced from 75c yard to 56-inch extra fine qu-ihtv black Cheviot Serges, an excellent $ 4 ") wearing and fashionable fabric Reduced from SI 50 ard to ij? JJ D i r. - tr '""' rl nni-io 42-inch beautiful, bright finished I'liglish DlCtCtX Wl CfJUlIjm Crepons-Reduced from SI 50 Q Gf yard to fOy 12-inch much finer quality black English Blistered Crepons Reduced from 51.75 vard to 50? n.k Swis 500 750 le Poplin 250 350 500 $1.25 The Greatest ilu JilUVC kjitiC of the Year. High-Grade Kid Gloves. worth up to $2.00 pair; for. . . 733ET A'of a pair offered that sold for Ics than $1.25. Sale Commences Monday Morning at S o'clock Sharp. Complete :md absolute clearance of c: cry nair of Ladies' Kid Gloves that sold all the way from $1.25 to $2.00 pair, that are the least bit soiled by handling or h indow display, together itl: all our broken lines of same quality G lines. hac been rounded up for slaughter into one large lot, which comprises thousand of pairs of GIo cs, in ail the swell colors and black. Many are soiled so slihtlv that ou u ould scarceh notice it. There's not :: pair but what are as goGdai your new pair of g!o es the evening of the first d.iy you wear them, while the greater portion of the broken lots arc as clean and as perfect as when thsy n ere first put on sale. These Are the Gloves We Offer in This Great Sale: SI 39 and $1.50 J.c'.atp -Carmen." $1.50 and $1.75 2-clasp "Monarch" and Oant Pique Walking Qlos. $1.35 and $1.50 4 and 5 Look Haz ard Lacing Ghn e. $1.65 3-clasp "Soucnir." $2.00 3-clatp Tonnes Silk-lined Oxcr-heam Walking Gloc. $1 50 and $1.75 5-houk Hanncr XXX Lacing (IIoes. $1.85 3-clasp "Elaine." $1.50 and $2.00 8-button length Suede Mousquctjires, e.cs!sior quality. Sl.00 and SI.75 ,'ugent's 4-button Premium Suede Glo; es, black onlv $1.69 -4-button Reynler Suede Gloes, black onh 51.25 and $1.35 2-iljsp Mocha Gloxcs, with eh ety finish. All. Every Pair. :leu'om'y. 750 Pair. We Have Not Forgotten the Misses and Children. Included ill this great filoxe sle are "Mioses and C lul Iren s all Iro-.s Kid Cloi-s that sold for !)(. M 00 and 1.1" pair, mi lasp-., Imtto'i in 1 ln.i-i, beautiful fjii ihlK Jiido!or- and all Mes, that we shall oiler .it . ... Gloves on sale at S o'clock Monday morning, and a full force of experienced glove salesladies on hand to wait on all promptly. 5 Of Pair. Ready -to- Wear LiaVnientS deduced Prices. Fur Coats. I S35.00 Astrachan Jackets reduced to $45 and S50 Electric Seal Jackets reduced to $75 00 I lectnc Eton Jacktts reduced to . $125 00 Persian Lamb Jackets reduced to . S150 00 Persian Lamb JacLtts reduced to S275.00 Alaska heal Coats reduced to SI7.50 S25.00 S37.50 S75.00 SI0O.OO SI50.0O Tailor-Made Cloth Suits. Alt (ienulne llargatas. LOT 1-for.t.lrs Suits fcraorly tT " sail Tjs H eik to go at .75.00 LOT" fon-npi sulti formirlj HIV). I13 50in'l MITi - CZO 7K This Mi all. re to be O . iJ LOT S Contain-, suits former! .- !1T W and To to This Week at $12.50 LOT I Contim-i slts th.it ire ail sllle llnfd ami that oId formerly for f?2.5! ar 1 U to and Including ft on to b c!oed out J( "Tcr Thlt Week at &' O K General Price Breaking In Flannels and Muslins For the Final Clearance Scotch Flannels, orth up to 35c ard. forlSc; Flannelette, north 10c yard, for 5c; Skirting Flannels, worth 10c ard, for 5c, and Bleached Muslin at a price that hi" astonish you. 'Ocjard Cnrlhh Flannelettes, n lisnt colonnei oiiy probib y vt u- last chance to bur so cheap it will aotualiy jjay jou to buj them for next season CZf Clearing Sale Tills Week T lOcjarf Slrtn-ranncs-banltary (fray mixed brown m!sd an I blue tra ezrf m ied Ml at one price t-'r 'Sc, 30cand35c) nrd Imported Scotch Shlrtlag Tlannels brishtand ire lu-nd irl, stTies tCZft In sir Jit, .ad cu c i tr tucv wuniiriTui viufs -t Clearing Sale Price, yard T Yard-Wide Bleached Muslin. ''',.Mr .... ) ours at :... - ( R cae ViM i "Fru t r the Loom ' .... Peaces anl-widf Loijw1tI . ... . Stzis s varJ-wire 4 Mas tn Up f cisc" yard wid Uvr pht nchor" . . . b caes yird w tie ln Jc of th orld Thcte are he most popular braids made an . they're ( 7; larrf Handkerchiefs, Ribbons. Men's Handkerchiefs- '"' f v - .-. it r iju 1 it v Di.re nn-n Initialed Henisit( ntd 11 1 werihUI lauiutrf d 1 11 LiiUun.lticU Reduced to 17? Men . Zi rent qual1" AU-lmn IJcr II ind rn. hif i cood larjfain at r in 1 f pric la-.t wi o! O? Ijrinj, aIo . Reduced to S r Ribbons-11' Iot of l-nnt "ard A't . rf Satin ind (.rodra'n 1' hiwi s splnd.d cCior lt in h s 7I it nlJf Reduced to 2r Kceiilir 14 c nt j ird fl-'e isAk ittn'.rns (r tin i:ntoa Qf iiuh-. wtic RcJuceJ to T Ksulir ?l -ont yad hn il- U W iu If Fme '-Ht r KILhot1. t so IJ n 4 Ttti Mfi r I'lhbons ' . to 6 t ii tu w v on'syour chance toxetthem at ..-ird. 25 f Ladles' and Misses' Aprons and Infants' Long Dresses. HaItPrl.es In Last llcci ot Clearing Sale. .Ifi'sso' Aprons w m, t,ji, ard mffle ri rscojllir rffitr i Z ff alue2Sc; U educed to i sf Y r r n1u-illt Misses I? ' prons y i in n id'w d'fs wor:vMic. fitt Ladies' Aprons t- Tn.od w ta w land f tnt i It I nertlnp r .. Ur a.ii IV 'yfitf At rcduicd prl.c Vf Ladies' and Misses' Aprons. I art) Ribbtn Trl-nmed Worth SOe I V.nS i I mth (f 'or Oc I f '5r I lr? c Infants' Long Dresses A Small lot. Il-t.s.sw II i ndu dto$.3; JJrsses no-Ill reduced to SI.75 3 Splendid Bargains in Muslin Underwear For Last Week of Clearing Sale. Don't oterlook them. Try to be here early Monday Morning they'll go qukkty. Ladies' Muslin Gowns lriimt'1 wuh tinbroidery. reuui d Irom &o cents each. Children's Muslin (ouni ni!Mlii quality r'iuiril from 5J ctniv eich Ladies' Corset Coers I pi of mure low i ecU ij.niitrulU tr ti mtd with' V il m linr es lait larcr si?- onlv riducidfroin ' ceats oi'h Clearing Sale Price, 35c Ladies' Jackets. He can't describe them, can only sav that thei arvafully chenp ityou nantone. Arranged in lottas follows: TAIILh NO t- Contains alt our Jl 50. 15.C0 mil S VJ 3larief This Week $2.50 Cach Talll.L NO "J Contains all our 17 50. es '- 7and JluOJ Marked Thl Weekat&Z). OO ch TAULE NO 3-Lontains all our Slav) and Marked This Week $7 .50 TAI1LK liO 4 Contains t ilance of our tine Jckct nf tv-ry d-crtptfon. none htp le-.- than iI6.7o from that up to tiiijO tnolon t-.blcv fu 1 or them, and All Marked Do n to $10. 00 Ead Think or ft. Separate Dress Skirts. One lot on lone tables consisting of fin I'laids Cheviots and Crepoi former rrir-s fi 7 s l in! ?S.7i Plainly markedthleckJga Rainy-Day Shirts. All Made as They Ought to Be. Lot F ne I'laid i! itk Kalnt-Dar siilrt. ta tans r.m i and jrays formerly tV75 and II" w each- C "yss Togo This Week at iJP. Z Golf Capes A" "" do. La-les Golf Caps formerly tf CmCZ 13 75. This Week for -' fJ And all our finest onei marked to Just H price Si5 00 ones for Sl?.50; !M0O on for SIO.OO; J15 0uones for S7.50, etc. Ladies' Waists. What a Slaughter This Is. f 1 00. T47i and n vt) Waists C y ff - o."er th.s ce your choice of all our Wool V.'uts consist ncof French Flan nels tine bilU aaJ Wool llald. Urlllian tlne :c . ett. in all colors, formerly sold at U 00 to IjlOO each, not ono re- S"Ved For $2.00 Eac Jersey Waists. One lot Tine Fle-ce-Lincd Jersey Waists. r-w pof ds new sty.-s. to date, sold at W7jand!I.W 0 SSft This Week tor m OU Furs. Too many kinds and not eoourh ot any ana kind tn enumerate the best of all bargains, but all are doomed to be sold this week tf prices will do IL 10-inch Hie Collarettes, of plala eleatria s-al or with Astracoaa jokes, were 1750 and ltj.00 Cal Clfi To go out at kP'n-mW 10-Inch Fine Brown Marten Collarettes. were JIiol tf mw OK This Week to goat &' ' 2rZ 10-inch Fine English ireal ard Persian. Sovr Only $10.00 Children's Cloaks and Alisses Cloaks. All to Be Sold Without Reservation This Week At Exactly Former Prices. Xo exception nothing reser ed absolutely every MIssc's.QIrl's or Child's Cloak, Jacket or Wrap, of et ery kind and description To Be Sold at Just Half Price. You never had a chance like this before m $2.00 Cloak for S 1.00; m SIO.OO Cloak for S5.00; a f 20.00 Cloak for SIO.OO, and so with every price In the entire stock. Bring the Children In. Linens, teneral Round-Up of 11 Odd and mall Lots of. That must be cleared out this n eek. Per fectly clean good, all of them, and as good to the average buyer as though bought from big lots. Here they go: 1ASHES. 1-: yard Bleached AH-Llnen Crash Sl-Jc-ara Clieck Gla's Towellnc. TAc-rard R-nwn Ml-IJnrn fYah. Sl-3c-jard Damask Towelinc. All at 5c Yard. 10c-yard Quality Cr.ah . lic-yard Quality C-ash ISc-yard QualiU Orasr. ... ISe-vanl Quality Crash . Xc-yard Qua If Crash .. At G'fc At SHc At IO, At 2-,c At 5C DWELS. 10c Hem Huek Towels lCie Hem All-Linen Huck Towels lie. Hem AH-Llnen Crepe Towels.. Soil S Hu-k Towels 23c H S All-L!r.n Jlurk Towels... ABLE L.NCNS Sc-jard Turkey Itei Diunask n5c-jard Cream Linen Damask ... Wc-jard Creim Linen Dama'k .. . Kc-jard Bleached All-Llaen Dam.asl SJe-jard Bleach d All-Lintn Damns II S3-J d. Ble-ched 11-Ltnen Darralt APK1S.S A.s.0 DOILCS. S 1-; and 10c Tripled Do !s . .. Kc do: All-Llren Glas N'ajrklrs .. J1.J3 doz Large Dinne- Kapl.I-s . Jl 40 doz All-LIncn Bleached Napkin: JIoO doz All-Lilian Nap'cin1" 14 and H DO doz fire Dinner Napkins KBLE CLOTHS P5c to II ZZ Vice Tattrni Clol'is J1C0 Trlnged LunLn Cloths . .. . Jl 50 Bleached All-L nen Cloths J2 and 13 : Cloths, pre:t paferns . lES TABLE SETS. J2.00 FrlnEed Lunch Sets J2.T5 Fringed Luach Seta J4 50 Fringed Lunch Se's JS 50 to 112 50 Hemstitched Sets ... . At 3 -A BHc -t I2'-C -M IS'; At 2bc At ?;c At 33c At 47c k t 63.1 At 800 -' 5C st C9c At Sl.OO s At SI OO t s.i.5,3 st 53.00 At Roc st Ctc At Sl.OO At 21. SO st SI. 25 At SI.9S .t S3.4G At S6.50 Hosiery. Rounding Up Cimcl's-Halr. Caihmere and t.eay H eight Cotton Splendid bargains for last week of Clearing Sale. You'll know they're grand alues the moment you see them. .WCV55x-quillt-Cnn IcDielVt iliac, rf p ,, 1 niton lia.r iio mji stelrnt iouw J Jl solt s to s and uef Is Reduced to '!.S2viuiliu heaiv nelcht tani ,, . . l-s i.n.'1-lhr II .If i.n w th Keduied pi' rt m rii o heis .mil iocs 1.0 units'. h l mil ti l.riitr lite ' ast s f lnuh sp'icrd c.ir. 1 w, svi s toes a? i CHILDREN'S Ur OJilltv CSranlt" I)j I si 1 1 ( k 1 ollon Hon- ixl 11 extra h. avv wcUnt ad ") Reduced to .'JSx ni:ilitvr n te I)vc r-iM. ?(. 1) h sj lit ! h- 's iluubli? 0 ei dtui s im.e-s J pa'r. CHlLnRLS7-.c quil'tr fmjKirtM Proneh C jTs i ,s p Moso .o id td k doub t "9 9 gi Ur s Jit -1 ardt t Reduced t pxx Knit Underwear For Women, Men, Hoy s and Children Last week of the great Clearing Sale and a w cck of more and greater bargain surprises. BOl.s- I Ine ribbed fiiMea-i el n -ci.l C jton tilil ts and lriu s a 11 quality hedjeed to, BOl-S'LioTc-rittTnc Combination s t. t 1 n.a'i". Mm Ti c '.-in iA j my Reduced to, 1CV.S tife torquil t P.ir, in C itt 11 I rtii1! "-aits i 1 li t 1 .1 p - a Rcdjccditi ei 1 "LS'Stu I fa n in (! u-a in l .sbm r -.fa ns 1m1 llrat rs a'JVi ji ill.? Reduced to. L1ULS'-" s It bb .1 -1 111 (, i . M ' t- ui. 1 r lit s. 1""-. - .tl.-h!l l'ctt,mt tn ncN flDCS' n. teet ntt 11 1 - . n us Cne tr mmw tl --."i s 1 lw - u.0 1 "l II Iq lan y Reduced to, ca h " - .-ci.1 -:;; soc 45c iNilirl si u ,.,,$2.50 at Iltrs.Tr, ?C B j CUILORCXS mi J t I s o ijt q ai ty iv .! r-tey l: bb tl 1 iM ottoa omt ij .? 1 ts. 1 Reduced to, each 25c The Greatest Week of the Clearing Sale in BOYS' &KK?fc CLOTHING. Vo old shop-n orn stock all bright, desirable goods, manufactured for Fall and Winter '99 and 1900. All and eery reduction bona fide and made from our low cash prices. Ilring the boy s along and let us show you how easily u e undersell all other houses on KhUAllLb CLOTlllMi. Sailor Suits, Middy Vest Suits and DoublC'Brcasted Suits. A GRAND LOT. 55.00 no or did 11 ore in tlm ilnthinc. II in iicuT g.if nu tin bi"tuIit of u I turner nssuriint'iii m .n i oi Mills 111 .plain bliii' ir fnm pittiTiis sin ill I s!7i- nndi- in tin Uj ' ll l'C JUM 11 li 1 ,.Sjfl f stji,-. I.aic sio math' with it-gun- tiDii diiiiblt- buasiod in.its. j Reduced from S3. 95 and S5.00 to " Per Suit. KME I'WTS r.sTSlllSAT llLf PRICE. S5. 00 and $6.50 Suits In pi. mi hint or f:iw. lift lots sK ( I nrtfSi-iT lieduced to -'ri- s to$5.00''r-,isu'-T $7.50 and $10.00 Suits In stjlish Clipvlnt-s and lnipurud blut and blnk WorstttK Reduced $8.50 Long-Pant Suits at $5.00. Otf-r '0O sintspiii this grniiil Iot-ctrt suit .ill wool and m.iiiilf.icturrd thi season l.is 1 s pi.uiis and stnpis. iiiiduiiu , dark ioIoi, sizt-s C ff per SLIT up to I'ii jo trs All Reduced to &- JS Extraordinary Bargains in Reefers and Top Coats. rOV TUL HOYS .s.!f.n Ittt-n-rs si7os from .". to !" years-, small sin's liralil irimim-il 1 u,. sizt-s with oinfi-rt-ibli- OO tiNti-i .illir . . Reduced to ''"'-' 1 :" IN i fi-i- -r.in kind or .Ttr. ltn-fi-is tint iiio-t hoitsi-s git . imi lur all ! s in Ilou li Kcrscs.md Chinchillas, sii-s .: to 10 "j Ji-ais '. Rcducedto dpKJ ?:!."ii To Coats mini- in Tan Korsoy. all vires from r to 1 jiar, C -j 7 BZ i-vi nt 11. 12 and 1". Mars lieduced to "-J M J $.'.;'" T.ip Co.tts Como m mfonls. tans, browns or -raj. -ii-. fn-n .i to l,"i jt-ars Rcduicd to FOR YOb'XQ .5IiV hirfs up to ' jimis si.'.d Top 'u.its, m pl.iin IJ ! fSif t.iti nr lioriiu'lioiit ITi c tv .. Reduced to1' ." '.'" Pup Coitv Kopri'vi-iitin the litio-t i iMtv offt rtsl this O EZfki t-.iv.iu Reduced to W mJS Boys' Hats and Caps at i Regular Prices. l"iiiln tin riling ju t.il.i jmr Iinii t .. Sn-tdi Wool or Pl-iin liliii Pull Dunn Ops .ami i. If .its in r.iui t p.nKniso pi.un bill'- :dl hi.hU- to pull ot-r e.us-t.ips tint hati mi sollinc fi mi ".' t- !" Reduced to fs3 5ors' H'IISfS 75c and Ssc "Mother's 1-rien i" and "Stnr $2.90 W .lists' Reduced to 50$ Grand Round-Up of Blankets and Comforts. All at Much Less Than Their Real Worth. tsowls the time hen necaa a fiord and desire to git e y ou exceptional bargains. Pil nrtlrotc Sie 11-4 white, a lot slightly LflillinCLa sol etl upteSlWmlr tf 1 If, - Clearing Sale Price J1.M3' Size !! white wool vnrr iWl tf 1 Of, pair Clearing Sale Price 4 l.OJ Larce sire for doub. b-ds natural sanitary or sll- Ter t-ray. all ool. weref) Jlpa r tf K Clearing Sale Price iP03 Natural silver cray the celebrated North Star brand fine rad; lambs wool and steam shrunk were ti SO p ur Cl O Clearing Site Price Jt.miJ White or camel's-ialr extra heavy, pure wool. Cal lforrla mau- and unm shrunk. 4C ft ft wers J 75 pair Clearing Sale Price tPJ.UU Cnm fn rt c L"U" s'7e for -OUD-e beds, ficured IIIIIIU!IJ robe allcocoierlnir m4Qt rcrular price Sic .. Clearing Sale Price '"J4, Full doub'c size heavy a-d serr'ceable "TCtf n (,-t.Iar prtc3 il io Clearing Sale Price - r Ext-a latcn tine o e l Turkey lied fast colors both sides bet white doa cotton 111 Iiik and famy quilted rcj-uur pn e l - tf f -TJ Clearing Sale Price lPI.sJZS Jl larcc square Horse Blan'iets Horse Covers-1 fo-outidnis- rrowa strip s. a lot that -Tflrf aresllKht! solltd Go at "T Ki ru'a- 01 hrown ilLrk Hi rc HI inlets for stable u-m-' ll-ol i ith .-oebn ol mUrt inside ad w.in surcme'e ttathrneTs tf . sycr Clearing Sale Price cpLmZCJ Jtcailar II l st rlp'd -ta,b e lllanVcts -lth two sur ing.es btout ard lie uv- JSOff Uear.ng Sale Price O V? Kegulir ! ro s'ip-rtine woe la d Horse Ulintrts forstre.-tu-e, h .h. a.ie ail a X? EZf. dark rich eclors UcarlcgSilc Price ..sJK Kivti'ar " 00 squire fati colored Horse lHa-iUets. & iKiunds -.i .cht an1 si31 lnchrs In siz. ery tine Kr dt of wool but si tally soiled tf 'y O? Out they go at ihe Bargaia Price of hff. m J B. fmm, S BFiO. OEY SOOSS OO,, ersailway, sfashisistaii Avenue and Si, Charles Street. A Grand Curtain Round -Up! 1,450 Curtains Specially Priced to make It a decided object to buy here this week. Radical Reductions to Close Them Out. And for ou Money SavlS- 800 ralrs tl OONottincham L-ce Curtains. In ecru and whito, 3 and 3L, yards Ions- tz.f- Clearing Sale Price Oijy 385 pairs ft S"i Nottingham Lace Curtains, In ecru and white, J and SJ, yards lenir "jeZtf- Clearing Sale Price ?' 100 pilrt U.C0 Nottingham Lace Curtains. In ecru and white, 54 inches wide and 31 jard3 long, with single and double borders tf Ik Clearing Sale Price 43 115 pairs 12 50 Nottingham Lace Curtains, la ecru and white. 3i yards long. Brusse's and Honlton effects tf; 'wss Clearing Sale Price J1. O 1S5 pairs J3 (0 Nottingham Lace Curtains, in teru and white. 54 and On inches wide. Si, yards long. In Honlton and Mirie Ant-iinette effects tf 1g Clearing Sale Price iP-ClU 135 pairs 13.50 Russian and Cable Net Curtains, la eru and white, 3l, janis long tf. aXim Clearing Sale Price WiOU 170 pilrs U 00 Kusslan and Cable Net Curtains, la oru and white. 3 yards long. Irish Point and Louts XIV tffecis tf y f.f Clearing Sale Price HU.lIJ A SPECIAL IX .... Rope Curtains. Heavy with festoon effects at top, suitable for double doors or alcoe, nere good value at $3. 75 each q - ff Reduced to -PJUU FUR RUGS.... Closing out the balance of our tl 95 and K.2S Whlta and Gray Augora Fur Rugs r mSf. Come and get them at tPl.iJlr IILLIAM CLARKSUMMONED. mrmm.i lT.til M.n I'l-jin- in Ivcn ttul. ("onicsis. fPl.t : 1 1.' I M- ankfort Ki . Jat I' -Timm.-n Hall S be ilrapsx' 'rto the Kuliern uorial con . The Uniubl.cans claim that Willi im rk. a New York City politlciin, and hard Croker's conliucntial agent, was . here t investigate the nrcsmt condt- tn Kentucky jrthwitli the Republlcahs Issued a Euni is for Clark as a witness before the .test Committees. The Republicans al I that Clark was s-ent here by Tarn- j tran II tli to tin 1 O'lt hot mifTs tond I .I'-l to iini L a fi 11 n or! v it i . i n to i i ii 1 a t; t iUen l-i ih.u r-m Zoti-n in the i rie K. pu In i- s pr p.-. ti i'K Mr ' irk ah t intitrimit oi s t ar i r. mm hi '1 nr" n il i1 t- tlii nil,' iu" in Kr t icUi and w i it in l - M -- that pr- n t. trt - t '.i tr f t m in li re lark is i ro in I ra ikt- rs a-n, tilt Ite-pubUi-aas c . itn that h hi-- Wtn lr fre quent cunfe-i nco w th Senator GvebdaTid otlur Dimocritic Iculers The session of the Contest Committee this nfttrno n was aain consumed in argu m nt-- The committee convened to hear arntnert o- the motion of the c ntettants to rtriko out certain paragraphs of the to nter notice tiled last night by the I5e- I pub! can contesiees Co onel Breckinridge, for the contcstees, announced that nU slda u rot a k d to 1 "i r . i n tl e qu- -l a l- i e J -rr- - i M itk r - i i k . r- t i' h w u 1 irq'i- la "J'-l -i. of tl rai.'i n ,t . i'. Kji nr-t ' fir tin i-i-ti s ii i- i i .1 u 1 i n i i I m itn ii rir i i ii-pt th- si-ins nit r , t I i-' nli Jidp. - tn, n i-kt 1 f t w irr it ts i- .r-t - --.- i N m iht Callow.) i -)in diurt n J . ir J W i.i dfrvort of H.tr-i-oi Cmi.tj, whom tnt i a-tst.ini-- Mtutl v ith nolle and wno f aiio 1 to at pear Mr Jarms thm aro-e ard lei, n his argumtnt in biipport of the motion to strike out certain paragraphs of the coun ter notice He made a strong legal argu ment, taking up each charee mad" sepa ratel He was frcquentlv Interrupted bj Attorney Breckinridge. Tost and Bradley of the Hepubllcan side. After JJr. James, At 1 tornev McQuown argued In support of the demurrer. When Mr. McQuown had Aniseed It tbc mot on un !-r alHe-i tie bo irl T- T,l Nn"o if tin i , tri-int'iro mtitot ei"imit-' t " i ! r , .it i i -lie Ilo i-f a lit'. . t. I .:,. . . -, t .r -in in. i. i. in. 'h,r a i I i - ii- in-i t ' ' - ii i i i r it t I In n until -I. 1 i p. . i ' l'i tJ.T ' lrf! ft- 1 I W-tki--- !-.-. M-st ' tli- mirl r nf I th H'-iis.s, m to r i t-vlll. to remain r stjaddi . vim -ki (..r.v m:i'iii:v. flllicinln v-(, ,. Ilntlllrd o M liat He Iteeelii-il. itnrunLic SPECIAL Washington, Jan 20.-SIr.ee the persistent delving into the affairs of Secretary Gage and the Treasur Department began ther ti i b et orr c-Iti. m i f a recent award 1 1 f.'l I. I mi I'l-iilipsen, a nephew of St-rri.irv . irt- l, marri iko and an mi I'U OI til. u-'orrs depirtment Tin iwapl crni . ut rf what Is known as the H.Tilr 'a -n u.ling o ist I'hillll s-. x and i: II Hi-.ils bo'h el iiire.1 tlii it.dit In th rAf or sacli ci.ilil a there coul 1 Ii n a .i-t wheriin the allVgeil -muggier was perrrltted to e-capt. and the Oov-rnmcrt tin ill. 1ml to compromise fir a moriv niiisid. ration rhllllpscn's claim was allowed Hinds pn pared to contest It. hut withdrew his c.as.- ard was given a place In the special agent's division of the custom-house Secretarv Odge sas It Is true that Phll lipsen married his niece, and that he was awarded compensation In the Emberson case strictly in accordance with law and regulations He said ha knew nothing I about the details of the affilr. and had nn'liitig pirscnallv to do with it. as It came unilir the supervision nf As-dstant Secre i irv sj, milling ue hid no d"ubt that the aivnr 1 was legal Assistant St-iretary SpauMing ftjs that riillliisti did the r il work in the case. i a"d w ir t--operl decldoil to be the dttecter J and stiz. r He s iid the fits-t estimates of the amount of dtitv due wen- tto urge, as pirt of the kins seized were domestic The authorities lompromised the case for S12.5W. and after deductlrg from this all duties due on the seized goods and all expenses, the net proceeds of the comprotrlse amounted to J5.6C') 11. Phlllipsen was awarded 50 per cent of this, or IJ.M3.u5 Men's JI3 00 and J12.50 Suits and Over coats 110 75 and ii D-'. Clearing sale. Globe, Seventh and Franklin avenue. BY A I'.tRTV lOTE. niection Ciinimllli-e Fnsors Sealing W. 1. Alilrleh. Washington, Jan. 10. The House Com mittee on niectlons No 1 dividid on party lim s to-day and by a vote of 6 to 2 decided to recommend the teatins of William F. Aldrlch. Republican, who contests the ceat now held by Gaston A. Bobbins, Democrat, for the I'ourth Congressional District of Alabama. It Is the first decision in a contested elec tion case at the present session of Con gress. The contest was based on alleged Intimidation and racial prejudices growing out of appeals for white supremacy. A minority report will be made In behalf at Air. Bobbins.