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THE WASHINGTON TDS, THURSDAY, AY 4 1911. "" c " -J" "Wt $ - op ein BULL BUN WILL BE SCENE OF BLUE AND GRAY v Veterans Plan a Love Feast to Celebrate' Fiftieth Anni versary of Battle. Plans for a bljr fiftieth anniversary love feast to be attended by tho Union and Confederate soldiers who fought each other In the battle of Bull Run, are being made In Washington today. The peace meeting Is to be held July 1, on the same field where the men mot fifty years ago to talce the lives of one another, and it Is expected that several hundred of the soldiers, on each Mde will attend. Considerable Impetus . was given the project at a raising of the Stars and Stripes on the battlefield near Manas pas. Va., and Washington veterans who were in attendance, returned to this city today enthusiastic over the plans. Round Advocates Plan. Lieut. George C. Round, of the United States Signal Corps, in a speech he made at the flag raising,-said that the soldiers should abide bv the old Mosaic custom in which everyone met and wiped out their debts and grievances once every fifty vears. He is in Wash ington todav to further Interest the veterans, and will meet them tonight on the plans. The movement has re ceived the indorsement of the Daugh ters of the American Revolution and the United Daughters of the Con federacy. The ceremonies marking the raisins of the American flag over the old scene of bloodshed, were similar to w those which will occur on Julv 1 Con federate and Union soldiers met there to pay tribute to the Union and their 'omrades who fought and died there. The flag raided was given by the Duryces Zouaves of the Fifth New York. It maintains a flag there con stantly on a tract of ground purchased in IKS. Make Addresses. Col. Arthur Hendricks, a Union sol dier, wai assisted in the flag-raising by Sergt. .. II. Compton. Confederate .voldlcr. "The Star-Spangled Banner" and Dixlf" were sung. Several Con federate and Union isolditrs made ad dresses, following which dinner was Tived liv the Daughters cf the Confed eracy at tho Groeton farm, where the second battle of the war was fought. Among tho Wii&hiiigton veterans who attended the ceremonies were Com mander George C. Ross, Pass Com mander n. P. Entrikin. and Major T. R. Lowell. Service Orders ARMY. Captain JOHN W. BARKER. Infantry, unaligned, to the 3d Infantry. Second Lieutenant FRANK L. HOER NER. Philippine Scouts, to Manila, Philippine Is-lands. Leave of absence for five days Is grant ed Captain THOMAS T. FRISSELL. quartermaster. First Llutenant FRED W. HERSHLER. th Cavalry, from recruiting service tovhls regiment. Colonel GEORGE F. CHASE, inspector general, from detail in the Inspector General's Department, is detailed to fill vacancy in that department, to take effect May 3, 1911. The retirement, by the President, of t'olonel HENRY M ANDREWS, 1st Field Artillery, at his own request, after over forty years service, un der the provisions of the act of Con gress approied June 30, 1SS2. Is an nounced. Lieutenant Colonel BEVERLY W. DUNN, Ordnance Department, from his present duties, to the Chief of ordnance for assignment to dutv in his office. f How Boar Is Impaled By German Hunters In Germany the boar hunt occurs an nually. Trained hounds are, jneia in leash until the lair of the boars Is sniffed, and their they are let so.-' Off rush the bristling beasts. They run fast, and the faster they skip along the wilder and "madder" they "get. Some times they are shot, but the correct style of killing Is to use a long spear or a short swordlike knife. The hunter spies his boarshlp speeding alongin an almost straight line, blinded with rage and ferocity. Sending over sideways to tho earth, the sportsman thrusts his spear dull end downward In tho soil and tho sharp point slanting upward and turned di rectly to the boar's path. Straight on the wild hog rushes, and with nil ti Impetus of his long flight lie plunges upon the spear point, and there, im paled, dies a bloody death. Exchange. England Also. Has7 Food Fraud Problem America hasn't any monopoly on food frauds and dangers by n long Jump. The London Chronicle speaks or "tho care that has constantly to be taken to see that the food sent to London is fit for human consumption," and tells of a re cent case In Norfolk where a farmer was summoned to court "for laying grain poisoned with strychnine on his land for killing birds. Evidence was given that he had recently sent to tho London market for human consumption about eighty dozen larks, in quantities ranging from six to twenty dozen at a time, all of which were poisoned," Jcakets for Balloons. The upper side of a dirigible balloon built for the British army has been coated with aluminum dust to reflect the sun's rays and lessen the effect of their heat on the gas it contains. Cleopatra the First To Wear Hobble Skirt Scientific research has disclosed that Cleopatra was the first woman to wear a hobble skirt. Hieroglyphics on the newly evacuated building blocks In Egypt show the famous queen In a gown drawn so tightly about her ankles that one wonders how she walked at all. Come to think of It, Cleopatra didn't do much walklntr. She accomplished most of her Journeys In a barge, withJ rugB strewn carelessly over the deck and attendants lolling about in, poses that made her royal craft look like a Turkish bath turned Inside out. One cannot blame the attendants, per haps, for taking advantage of every op portunity to loll, for Anthony'n sweet heart was a fault finding housekeeper and generally kept Charmlon and her other attendants on the jump. Tho theory that Cleopatra committed suicide because Octavla sported a hob blo skirt tighter than hers Is open to debate. Anyway Cleo created the rolo tress. of hobbler. New York Swedish Savant to Talk On "Universe Making" Prof. Svanto Arrhenius, of Stock holm, Sweden, will give shortly a series of six lectures on "The Structure' of the Universe," under the auspices .of tho Lowell Institute, Boston. Prof.- Arr henius is the director of the Nobel In stitute, and was one of the first to re ceive the Nobel prize. He is regarded as the founder of the new physical chemistry, and Is one. of the highest authorities on cosmogony. Of his vari ous books, the most widely known is "Worlds in the Making." Mad. Mother What are you doing, Harry Harry I'm qountln. You told me when I got mad to count a hundred. Mother Yes, so I did. Harry Well, I've counted 237, and I'm madder'n when I started. Harper's Weekly. Pleads Not Guilty and Justice Is Satisfied up r from his The old timer looked rJckey, and asked: "You think that story on Bill Sims Is a good one, eh?" "Goor or bad, it's true." "Well, so is this," said the old timer, "and it happened down In Texas by the Rio Grande. I used to live down that way for a while, and in the village which I graced with my presence a cer tain old horse doctor was elected justice of the peace. What he didn't know about the law was sufficient. He knew nothing; he should have made an ideal justice of the peace. "His first case, however, was that of a man arrested for stealing a horse. " 'Guilty or not guilty?" asked the Jus tice. " 'Not guilty,' answered the prisoner. " 'Then what the deuce are you doing here?' demanded the Justice of tho peace. 'Get out!' "San Francisco Chronicle. . His, Iron Will. Blobbs Old Gotrox is a man with- an Iron will. Slobbs-I'Il bet his heirs will break it Philadelphia Record. Is Your Health Worth 10c? That's what it costs to get a week's treatment of CASCARETS. They do more for you than any medicine on Earth. Sickness generally shows and starts first in the Bowels and Liver; CASCARETS cure these Ills. It's so easy to try why not start to night and have help In the morning? CASCARETS 10c a box for a week's treatment, all druggists. Biggest seller in the world. Million boxes a month. ;.''llllirTri!TT!i?;iii:iTTiiinTTTT:TTirTTi Remnants at Prices That Mean Busy Selling Tomorrow a Extra Big Waist Values Fine quality Silk Waists, consisting- of Messallnos, Jap Silks, and Habutal. in plain colors, also funcy stripeH; tailored styles and trimmed effects; in white, black and various shades. CJ1 QQ , . ... fI7ii0 Worth up to $3.50. Salo price. J dozen white Jap Silk Waists, with fancy yokes, also Dutch collars of lace; kimono sleeves; neatly trimmed effects. Sizes up to 40. Worth $3.00. Reduced to 98c Odds and ends of Shirt Waists, consisting of white Lingeries and UlacK Lawns, in lancy lace trimmed models and plain tailored effects. Sizes up to 42. Regular $1 vjlues for. n.49c "It Pays to Deal GoldenbergV JUL at W .Jm te SL. jit, rgft -gift ite "The DtptndaJblc Store11 WB) Seventh and K e 3x6 ft. MATTING RUGS, 29c Each Lot of fine quality Japanese Matting Rugs, size three by six feet; dose woven on cotton chain. In attractive floral, conventional and medallion patterns; colors of Kreen, red, blue, rose and tan. Reduced to 29c each. Laces & Embroideries French Val Laces in broken matched sets; edges and in sertions in the lot. 12-yard bolts sold at 25c for 15c Imitation Tucked Dress Nets, In white and arabe color; 18 inches wide. Regular 39c value, yard at.. 72-inch plain Dress Nets, in white and ecru note width two yards. Regular price, 50c yard 18c th.e. 26c Remnant lot of Swiss and Nainsook Embroideries, up to 4 wide; edges ano insertions in a gooa assortment or pat terns. 8c and 10c qualities for in. Mc 1 Odd Lots Housewares 3 large size Sheet Iron Ovens for gas or oil stoves; fits over two burners. Slightly marred Sold at $2.00. Reduced to $1.19 $14.49 10c 98c One "Direct Action" 4-burncr Gas Range, with oven and broiler. fully warranted. Re duced from $20 to.. Odd lot of 3 - string Carpet urooms, wortn 25c each. Remnant price trvone delivered.) 3 Galvanized Iron Lined W ater Coolers, slightly marred, 3-galIon size, worth jl.75 each Seamless Knameled Cooking Ket tles, 16-pint size; worth 25c - rn each, for JLt)l Wood Fiber Water Palls. 10-qt. size, sold regularly at 39c each. Reduced to... Odd lot of Stone China Wash Bowls and Pitchers, in fancy shape. full size. Regular 75c value at Imported Steel French Knives, In assorted sizes, worth up to 59c each, at.. 25c 49c Cook 25c Enameled Tea Kettles, assorted sizes, slightly marred from care less handling. Worth up to OP. 75c. for tO, NAVY. Rear Admiral H. OSTERHAt'S, de tached commandant, navy yard. Mare Island, Cal.. and Twelfth naval dlbtrict. to Navy Department, Wash ington. D C. Lieutenant Commander C C BLOCH, commissioned a lieutenant com mander in the navy from March 4, 1911 Lieutenant Commander J. R. BRADY, detached Rhode Island, to New Jer Jev, as flrst lieutenant. Lieutenant W. H LASSING. detached Lancaster, to South Carolina. Lieutenant W. N. VERNOl'. to senior engineer officer of New Hampshire. Acting Assistant Surgeon D. DICKIN SON, jr., appointed an acting assist ant surgeon from April 2'. 1911. Lleutenent E. J KING, detached New Hampshire; to Bureau of Naviga tion, Washington, D. C Lieutenant B. C. ALLEN, detached Kansas, to Maine, senior engineer officer Lieutenant B. Y. RHODES to Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. Ensign F H BABCOCK, detached Flusser, granted leave of absence for a period of two months. Ensign L. J. GULLIVER, detached New Hampshire; to Louisiana. Ensign J C LATHAM, detached New Hampshire, to Kansas. Passed Assistant Surgeon G. D. HALE, to Naval Hospital, Las Animas, Colo Passed Asst. Surg. D G. SUTTON, detached Des Moines to Indiana. Asst. Surg. M. E. ROSE, resignation as an assistant surgeon accepted to lake effect upon the arrival of the V. S. S. Celtic in the United States. AssL Surg. A. L. JACOBY, detached Mavflower to New Hampshire. Asst. Surg. F. P. W. HOUGH, detached New Hampshire to Des Moines. Act. Asst. Surg. O J MILLER, de tached Naval Medical School, Wash ington, D. C, to Marine Recruiting Station, Buffalo. N. Y. jjvMen's Underwear 39c Values at 1 9c JJ Closing out this lot of men's JJ Balbriggan Underwear at 19c a JJ garment because sizes arc incom- JJ plete. JJ Shirts with long or short sleeves. jj drawers with double seat. Good Jt elastic quality regular 39c value. t? Men's 12VsC Seamless Half Hose, jj with double heel and toe; In black, navy blue, gray, and tan. Broken 8 sizes. Remnant price, Cn JJ pair " IJ Men's Athletic Underwear of H check Nainsook, sleeveless shirts, n in coat style and knee length OC J drawers. Remnant price .... tj MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS. Arrived Perkins at Annapolis; Justin at Puget Sound; Burrows and Rocket at Norfolk. Sailed Hannibal from New York for Bath Me.; Hercules from Norfolk for Tangier Sound; Saratoga, New Orleans, and Albany from Nagasaki for Yokohama, and Leonidas from Norfolk for Lambert's Point. Arrived Rurron s at North River, Leon idas at Lambert Point. Dixie and Hist at Guantanamo, Cheyenne at Tacoma. and C allao at Canton. Sailed Petrel from Guantanamo for San Domingo City. Delaware from Bos ton for New Yoik, and Yankton from New York for Smlthtown Bay. 1 20c China Mattings 1 Reduced to 12c Remnants and odd rolls left from recent selling to be closed out to morrow Heavyweight seamless China Mat tings, close woven, fine even-edge quality. In stripes, checks, and plaid designs, various serviceable color combinations. Remnants in 10 to 30 yard lengths; odd rolls contain 40, yards. 28 rolls of 180-warp Japanese and extra heavyweight China Mattings, all perfect goods, and strictly rever sible. Choice of handsome carpet designs, checks, and stripes. In greens and blues; 30c and 35c grades. Remnant price, 40-yard rolls fc7 AQ at $1.40 1 Draperies, 6c Yd. Usual 12-k and 15c Qualities JJ An accumulation of Drapery rem-. JJ nants, consisting of yard-wide Sllk- si ollnes, Sateen, Madras, and Swiss, in H light and dark colorings; figures, H dots, and stripes. One to six yard JJ lengths. 3 Excellent materials for curtains, 2 draperies, and scarfs. jj Sample ends of Nottingham Lace JJ Curtains, 1 yards long, 40 to 50 JJ inches wide. Regular 29c qual- Q JJ ltles. Remnant price, yard J?C $20 Brussels Rugs I deduced to $5.75 E or men AVer's Hair Vigor is for men, too. It is a splendid hair dressing. It is refreshing, cooling; keeps the scalp clean and healthy. Never changes the color of the hair. J 25 all-wool Brussels Rugs, "size 7 ft. 6 In. by 9 ft.; for large rooms well known Alexander Smith's make One piece, no seams; heavy hemmed ends. In pretty floral designs of red, green, tan. blue, and rose. I Neckwear Oddments JJ Women's Swiss Embroidery 5 double Rabats, slightly muss- On Chiffon in black and white: sold ed. Regular 10c values at n Remnant lot of Silk U Rnehlnir. il regularly at 25c yard. In neck O 2 lengths ' A 2 Lot of white Linen Embroidered 2 Collars, in the latest styles; sold 2 regularly at 12&C Reduced P g to ' 2 Silk Mesh Veilings, in black and i various colors; all the best meshes. 2 Regular price, 25c yard. Rem- ffp 2 nant price, per yard lengths., uv A H tt B-H Purchase of Untrimmed Hats Qfip For Regular $3 and $4 Values This millinery department of ours is constantly upsetting price traditions, and through the potent power of its extraordinary value-giving has come to be the most popular shopping center in Washington. We have just scored another big "scoop," this time in Untrimmed Hats, which we offer tomorrow at a third and a fourth regu lar established prices. The styles are the very newest and most sought-after for summer wear the qualities are extra fine and desirable. The lot consists of Black Neapolitan, Black Hemp, Burnt and Black Chip Hats also black with burnt edges and burnt with black edges. All the best shapes are represented, including stylish large dress shapes with straight or rolling brims, small and medium size hats, flare hats, the new sailor shapes, and many others equally as favored for summer wear. k $3.50 and $5.00 Trimmed Tailored Hats, $1.98 Unusually smart and desirable styles in new Tailored Hats, made of flno braids in smooth and rough effects, on sale tomorrow at a price that will attract a great crowd of buyers. The shapes are the stylish sailors, edged in velvet with large silk bow, also the new small and me dium hats trimmed with quills, velvet and pom pom. Choice of black, navy, royal blue, black-and-white and mixed straws. Regular ?3.50 and $5.00 values tomorrow at $1.98 each. DRESS GOODS 1 Remnants at Little Prices I9c "Remnants of Dress Goods, in cluding Chiffon Panama in grays and neat mixtures in light and dark shades, also Shepherd Checks, Wool Cashmere, Nuns' Veiling. Poplar Cloth, and Scotch Plaids. in lengths from 2'i to 8 yards. worm up 10 auc a yard Remnant price, yard Remnants of line quality Dress Goods, including 44-in Storm Serge, 46-in. English Sicilian, 40 In. Pencil Stripe Serge. 44-in. Chiffon Panama, 46-in. Shepherd Checks, 44-in. French Serge, 44-in. Gun-club Checks. 54-ln. Fancy Suitings, 45-ln. French Voile and otner desirable iabrics. in black, tt cream and colors. Values worth tZ up to $1.00 yard. Remnant QQn price dOC . tt I tt. H tt H t: Startling Silk Values Short Lengths and Remnant Lots Left From the Big Auction Sale of Silks Marked at Immense Reductions. Friday will be a day long remembered by silk buyers for its ex traordinary silk values. We have gathered all the short lengths and remnant lots of silks left from this week's big selling in two lots and marked them at these great reductions: one 28c Worth up to 75c a yard LOT TWO 59c Worth up to $1 .25 a yard 24-in. All-silk SaUn Foulards. "M-ln. All-silk Twilled Foulards. 10-ln. All-silk Colored Satin Messalines. 24-ln. All-silk Tan Pongee. '24-in. All-silk Figured Pongee. 19-ln. Colored Moire Velour. 19-ln. Colored Bengallnes. 19-in. Fancy Taffetas and Louiscnes. Yard-wide Fancy Striped Messalines. Yard-wide Colored Satin Messalines. Yard-wide All-silk Satin Foulards. . Yard-wide Colored Peau de Cycne. f Yard-wide Colored Crepe de Chine. Yard-wide Black Satin Messalines. Yard-wide Black Satin Duchcssc. Yard-wide Black Guaranteed Taffeta. Clearance Sale of Silk Dresses Cloth Suits, Skirts; Etc. Lot of handsome Silk Dresses, of Foulards. Striped Messalines, and Taffeta silks, with fancy net yokes and in tailored styles. In all new shades. Values worth up to J15.C0 and $16 5ft Sale (Prjr QQ price - . i 5t0 Lot of Rubberized Raincoats, In swagger mannish model, desirable tan color Broken sizes. PQ QQ Reduced from $8.00 to... tDO.tO Oddments and broken sizes of women's Tailored Suits, mostly in sizes for small women and misses. Various shades and materials. Sold lor $18.00. Reduced to Remnant lot of stylish spring Suits, representing remainders of lines sold up to $25.00 and $30.00. To be closed out Friday fi"l A QQ $5.98 High-cla&s Tailored Suits, left from lines worth $40.00 and $50.00, consisting of finest Serges, Diag onals, Fancy Mixtures, and Man nish effects, handsomely trimmed and plain tailored styles. fl1 7 QQ Choice at JDll.iO Walking Skirts, consisting of Chiffon Panamas, 'Novelties, and Invisible stripe Serges, Voljes, etc. Stylish plaited models, embroider ed designs, in black, navy blue, and other colors. Worth CJQ QQ up to $$.98. Reduced to.. DO.i0 8 fine Cream Serge Suits, plain tailored models, coats lined with cream satin duchess. Left front lines sold at $22.50 and CIO QQ $25.00. Choice at tZJLit0 Lot of Black Taffeta Silk Jackets, nil handsomely braided; sizes 38, 42. and 44. Regular $10.00 &A QQ values for DxI0 Remnants of 1 214c to 29c Wash Goods at 934c There will be an early rush for these great remnant values in wash goods better not delay if you want to share. Remnants of Mercerized Poplin, Simla Silk Foulards, 40-inch Bor dered Foulards, 40-inch Plain and bordered Lawns, "40-inch Likasilk Foulards, Imported Mercerized Marquisette, In plain and satin stripes. All in desirable lengths. Regular 12c, 15c, 19c, 25c, and 29c qualities for 9?ic a yard. $2.00 Corsets Friday at 69c Clearance sale of Corsets, includ ing "C. B.," "R. & G.," and "P. N." makes of best grade batiste and coutll;. in long an'd medium lengths, with four garters attach ed. High and medium bust, trim med with lace. Slightly Rolled from handling. Remnant price, C9c. Mussed Undermuslins Nainsook and Muslin Undergar ments, consisting of Skirts, Gowns, and Combinations, elaborately trimmed with lace or embroidery insertions, cluster tucks, ribbon run headings and medallions. Soiled from handling. Worth up to $3.00. Remnant te1 -Q price tDl.la Muslin Drawers, of good quality Muslin, with deep flounce of clus ter tucks, three rows of lace In sertion and edged with lace. OQli 49c value for 4t& Por a Quick Clean-up Women's $2, $2.50, $3 A A n' $3.50 Oxfords sj) 1 .4" pall We've put this clearance price on all the broken lines and re mainders of Women's Low Shoes to close them out tomorrow. Choice is offered of Tan Oxfords, Gun Metal Calf, Tan Kid, Glaze Kid, Patent Kid, and Patent Colt Oxfords and Plain Pumps, Ankle and Instep Straps, also Button Oxfords. Welts, turns, and McKays. Sizes range from 24 to 6; A. C, D and E widths. In the lot are Included sample oxfords, well-known trade-mark brands and lines to be discontinued. Values worth $2.00. $2.50, $3.00, and $3.50 a pair for $1.43 tomorrow. Men's Suit Clearance $8.75 for $12.50 to $1 6.50 values The broken lots of Men's Suits left from early season selling are marked for immediate clearance. S8.75 is the price we have put on this lot of men's stylish spring and summer suits, the remainders of lines worth from $12.50 to S 16.50. Materials Include Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots and Cassimeres. in styl ish grays, tans, etc.. also all wool guaranteed Blue Serges. Correct 3 button sack style, lined with mohair-alpaca and serge. Sizes 33 to 42 in the lot. Lot of men's Worsted Pants, in a number of neat, serviceable de signs. Well tailored and perfect fitting. Sizes 32 to 42. Worth $2.50 and $3.00. Sale fl- QQ price DJL.70 Small lot of men's Fancy Vests, in light and dark colors: neat fancy stripes and plain colors. Not all sizes. Regular $4.00 CQr Odd lot of men's Derbies, in black only. Nearly all sizes in the lot. Values worth $1.50 to to $3.00. Choice offered FrI- rjQf day at ftis 15 men's high-grade hand tailor ed Suits, made of the finest fab rics. One and two of a kind. Values worth $20 and values for Lot of men's "Slip-on" Raincoats, in the popular tan color. Nearly all sizes in the lot. Regular $6.00 value, reduced to worth $20 and Ol -f f7S $22.50. Sale price OXX.U S3.25 Children's Wearables I Remnant lot of Children's Per- S cale Dresses. Outing Flannel Petti- JJ coats, also a few mussed Bonnets. II Worth up to 39c. Rem- tOlfo 5 nant price l'ZC g Remnant lot of Children's Straw S and Pique Hats, daintily trimmed 2 with satin ribbon. Worth up rrn It to $1.25 oyc h Odd lot of Children's Coats of H Pongee, bedford cord and cloth, reduced from $2.08 g- ff 22 Children's Gingham and Percale H Wash Dresses, sizes 6 to 14 years, JJ trimmed in a number of nrettv ;s. Regular $2.00 val- CJ-J irj jj t of 24 Taffeta Silk and Messa- H Coats, in black, sizes 2 to 6 tt s. Regular $5. val-, (g- QQ JJ reduced to tDJLaiO JJ 81x90 Seamless Sheets! 75c Value at 57c I Lot of 25 dozen 31x90 Bleached H Seamless Sheets so-called "sec- JJ onds" because of slight mill im JJ perfections, such as an uneven hem JJ or oil spot. JJ Made of heavy close-woven round JJ thread cotton, in one piece, with JJ aeep nem. Friday at 57c each. JJ JJ Mill ends" of 1214c Unbleached JJ Cotton, 40-ln. wide: in 5 to 20-yard JJ lengths. Heavy close woven grade for making sheets and pll- fjlin JJ low cases. Remnant price, yd I yV j "Mill ends" of yard-wide Bleach- JJ ed Cotton, In 5 to 15-yard lengths. JJ Free from injurious dressing. A S grade sold regularly for 10c a JJ yd. Remnant price. fi3& H Domestic Cottons, 6f c Sold at 12-k and 15c Yard h The cost of several sjjmmer JJ frocks for yourself or the children JJ will be small indeed if you take JJ advantage of tomorrow's salo of remnants at 6tc a yard. JJ The lot Includes yard wid Ier- jj cales. Dress Ginghams. Strrped $ Madras. Galatea Cloth. Colored Jt Cannon Cloth. Diagonal Cloth. JJ Check Suitings, Canton, and Domet 5 Flannels, Amoskeag Apron Glng- JJ hams, Cotton Crepe, etc. 2 to 10- JJ yard lengths. JJ 1 2k to 25c WHITE GOODS Remnant Price 934c a yd. Another rousing remnant sale of dainty summer white goods holds forth tomorrow offering the choicest wash fabrics at savings you cannot afford to ignore. The lot Includes 40-inch White India Linon, 40-in. White Irish Batiste, 45-ln. "White French Lawn, 45-in. White Persian Lawn, 45-in. White Wash Chiffon, 36-in. Whito Cannon Cloth, 36-in. Longcloth, 36 in. Nainsook, White English Rep, White Mercerized Poplins, White Mer cerized Madras, White Dimity, White Check Nainsook, White Mercer ized Batiste, etc. Useful' lengths for making waists and summer frocks. - Remnant price, 9&c a yard. Boys' "Indian Chief" Play Suits, 98c Sold Regularly at $2.50 Boys. "Indian Chief Play Suits of flno quality materials, in size 3 years only. Complete with full feathered head piece. Seven suits, sold at $2 50 "each, reduced to 9Sc. '3d floor) Ribbon Remnants lc Bunches of all-silk Baby Rib bons, in a complete assortment of colors, a to i yard lengths. Remnant price, per bunch Remnants of all-silk Taffeta Rib bons, sold at 12',c yd. 3fof Remnants of nil-silk Taffeta Rib bons, sold at 19c and 25c O'm yd. for : JrvC Remnants of plain and satin taf feta Ribbons, In wide width, "! sold lor 33c yd. at XUU Kimono Bargains 1 lQrt or odd lot of v omens Short Kimonos of printed lawn; In Persian designs regular ly aac. for Long Kimonos of Crepe and Chc.Il is: in floral designs; full plaited kimono enects reguiany jz.as. S1.69 Glove Snaps jj Kayser's "sample" Gloves, con- JJ slstlng of fine 'quality Lisle and JJ Chamolsette. in black and colors. JJ Regular 25c and 33c val- f Olin S ues, pair at ... 17C JJ 2-clnsp Silk Gloves, with double JJ tipped Angers; in light blue, pink. JJ green, nile, and lavender, with JJ double tipped Angers. Some g sizes missing. Regular 50c "tQn j; quality at ltt JJ Odds and ends of regular one JJ dollar Kid Gloves, in black and jj assorted shades: broken QQ JJ sizes; reducer" to 07C jj Boys' Linen Collars 1 5c a Half Dozen I Odds and ends of our regular stock of boys' Linen Collars, all well known brands, and most of them size 13. Various popular shapes; some slightly soiled. In bundles of six for 15a JJ JJ 5 jj Ask your doctor. &"&: ?:;n:iii'.iiTi rimiiiiiii;;;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii;iinmiii iiiiiiiiininimiiinnniniiiimnniiii;iiTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHinii!iii;iimiii;!iiii!i!iiimm: mttmJJJJ! :;;:',iit:;;;;;::;:iiii;iiiiiTj . -j -f -. -- T'Ap