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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THTJUSDAY; PiSBitUAftr 25; !15.
News and Gossip of Washington Society and Social Events MHS. WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN was hostess at a de lightful Juncheon today at Cal umot Place. There were lirty uests, and luncheon was served at small tables decorated with spring blossoms. -... John Harrett,' director general of the Pan-American Union, was host at ( luncheon today In tho Pan-American ' Union building, when he erHertalned in honor of Dr. Juan Carlo Blanco of Uruguay, who 1s In thin country on a. special mission, and the members or his j tatr. There were about thirty guests. Congressman and Mrs. William ' A. I k Jones, of Virginia, announce the en gagement of their daughter, Miss Anne Heymour Jones, to Lieut. S. KoIand nopiuns, unira tiem Artillery, u. 8. A now stationed at. Port Myer. No plans have yet been made for tho weddlnir. I Miss Jones entertained at luncheon to day a number of close friends, to whom he announced her betrothal in a clever way. The buffet luncheon was served W courses from a table decked with Klllarney roses, and the loes were In the form of engagement rings, with Cupid f perched upon the rim. which gave the ecret away. The house was elaborately decorated with American Beauties arid' .Richmond roses, used in the drawing wuuia, una' spring nowers in mo Hall way. -4.- Mr. and Mrs. William L. Elder, of In alai'apolls, reached Washington today to ppend the week-end with tho Vice President and Mrs. Marshall. Mrs. Elder will bo tho guest of honor at a luncheon to bo given on Saturday by Mrs. Claude Swanson, wife of Sen ator Swanson, of Virginia. Mrs. Rufus Day will entertain on Wednesday, March 3. in compliment to Mrs. Thomas Riley Marshall. Mrs. Dudlov Knox will give a bridge party on Saturday afternoon. ) William Nelson Page has cards out ' for a smoker on Wcdncsduy evening, nest. - Mrs. William A. Slater. Mrs. George A. Becker, Miss Klbbey, Mrs. Julian James. Mrs. Gibson Fahnestock, Mrs. Walter Tuckerman. Mrs. Conrad Beck er, the Hon. Airs. O'Brien, Mrs. Arthur "Willert, Mrs. James Parmeloe. and Mrs. Paul Bartlett are the boxholders at the Belasco Theater today and tomorrow for Edward S. OurtW Indian drama, "The Land of tho Head Hunters," for the benefit of the war zone victims. The floor committee includes Oorge Oakley Totten (chairman). Franklin Hi lls, Wllber Underwood. Richard Flour noy. Donald McDonald, and William Flather. Those selling programs nrt Mrs. Norman Underwood, Mrs. Kath leene Johnson, Miss Franclse Williams, Miss Mary Lord Andrews. Miss Frances Moore, Miss Helen Walcott. Miss Gladys Hinckley. Miss Julia Whiting. Miss Rebecca Wllmor. Miss Ruth Wil son, Miss Eleanora Morgan. Miss Barry, the Misses de Perm, Miss Adelaide Heath, Miss Madge Stokes. Miss Van Puren. Miss Helena Elliott, Miss Hen oernnn. nnH Mis, K'ntliafnA n...., Warrenton. Those who will give thea ter parties are Mrs. K. F. Andrews, Sirs. Arthur f.ee unci Mn Mrm..-j Mrs. E. F. Andrews will be In charge v. i.ie Bins lonay ana Mrs. George F. Becker on Friday. . Miss Kathyn F. Hughes was hostess ftt a partv this afternoon In celebration or her tenth birthday anniversary. Miss Harriet Ellen Harding, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Almon Hard ing, became tho bride Of Dr. Marshall &'W.on,TGtl.tJLrtSr'"0? 'the United States Public Health Service last night at the Metropolitan Methodist Episcopal Church. The ceremony- was performed bv the w. Dr. James S. Montgomery, assisted by the. Rov. J. T. Ensor. The church was beautifullv decorated with flowers and palms, while the organist of the church, assisted by the choir, gave nn Interesting program. The bride, who wasf given In marriage by her fnther. wore a gown of white crepe meteor, veiled In lace and tulle, a long court train hung trom her shoulders, and Rhe carried a shower of lilies of the vaHey A Navy Hostess aaBBBBBBB ttttaa laaaaBBBBBBBBBBBal BBBBBBBaakrilBBBBfeMiBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBa Daughter." "Cicero." and a last talk on "Caesar and Pompcy's Theater." E. H. Sothern will Introduce Mr. Fuller, and the course will bo under tho patronage of Mrs. N. 8. Bhaler. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Waller Page. Mrs. Allan McClanc, Miss Cornelia Aldls, Mr. and i Tini onia .innnnnn. inn itev. ii. and' Mrs. Fred Ward Denys. Mr. and Mrs. Hcnnen- Jennings, Miss Amaryils ouictt. Mrs. wicKiirre kosc, rroi. v-: Innri Ahho. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. a -. Lt.., Ul(ai Rnnntnr nnil Mrs. Francis E. Warren, Senator and Mrs. Duncan U. icicner. ur. ". William Cllne Borden, Dr. and Mrs. Mttchel Carroll. Col. and Mrs. James Worden Pope. Miss Mary E. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Iombard. Miss (1,11,1.1. ntnntriii. nd Col. and Mrs. J- ': "e.yVU'U5."'-. ' l llltn-v v.oionei i.anuiB m .......... attache or tno American emunanj i Rome. -x A meeting of the Sunshine and Com munity Society win lane piace ui ihu Raleigh tomorrow at 2 o'clock, under i. .....in nt Hi, Plni-nco nrlttenton Branch. The program consists or Kcnoes from ine uonvenuon, oy niro. W. H. Osborne; a talk on "Africa." by Mrs. Charles G. Abbott, and an address by Mrs. Kate Waller Barrett. There twill be musical selections by Mrs. Paul Ewlng. Miss Lcla Howard, Miss Eliza beth Heltmuller, and Miss Flora A. Brlggs. All who arc Interested In the work are invited. 4. Teas and At Homes. MRS. J. H. TOMB. Mrs. J. H. Tomb, wife of Lieutenant Commander Tomb, stationed at the Navy Yard Is one of the most graceful Washington. and orchids. Her veil was of tulle and was arranged with orange blossoms. Her schoolgirl cousin. Miss Helen Brown, or Snlcm. Wis., was maid or honor. .She wore a gown of pale, blue taffeta combined with tulle and carried a shower or tiny pink rosebuds. There were two bridesmaids, Miss Margaret Gessford and Miss Alice Holmes. Thev wore rinlntv vnnma f pink pussywillow taffeta trimmed with accordion pleated chiffon and carried baskets of pink sweet peas. Dr. J. P. Leake, of the United States public health Bervice, was best man, and the ushers were D. M. Earll, W. E. Springer, A. N. Finn, A. Sampson, F. C. Nlelson, and J. L. Moneyway A small reception followed at the home or Mr. and Mrs. Harding, arter which Dr. and Mrs. Guthrie left for a wedding trip. They will live at the canal zone, Isthmus of Panama, where Dr. Guthrie is stationed. An Interesting muslcale was given on Monday afternoon by the pt-Pils of Mlsa Berd S. Wilson's and Miss Zelda L. Miller's classes at T. Arthur Smith's studio. During Miss Wilson's absenc from town the people In her class have been under Miss Miller's instruction. - A course of lectures by S. Richard Fuller, on Roman history, has been ar ranged to take place at the Playhouse at 4 o'clock In the afternoon of the four last Mondas in March. The first lec ture on "Cleopatra and Her Children" will be followed by "Selene, Cleopatra's , Mrs. Alexandra K. Anderson Is re ceiving this afternoon. Mrs. Wlllard K. Saulsbury will be at home today and will have receiving with her, her sister, Mrs. Bruce Ford, of Philadelphia. Mrs. Ford is passing some days with Senator and Mrs. Sauls bury. -- "f he members of the Washington Club will entertain at a tca-danco on Mon day afternoons, March 1 and March 15. Miss Edith Spoffard is hoetest at a tea-dunce this afternoon at the Homo Club. 14 Jackson place. -t Mrs. Samuel Reber, wife of Colonel Rebcr, entertained at tea yesterday aft ernoon at her residence on Jefferson place. The guests or honor wre Mrs. Laurence Benet, of Paris, who, with Mr. Benet. Is visiting Alexander Legare, und Airs; Frederick Chapln, or Erie, N. Y., who 1b tho guest fllf Colonel and MrB. Reber.. Mrs. Chapln will later visit Commander and Mrs. Archibald Davis. and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth ar rived In Washington yesterday, and will be at the Shoreham for some time. Mrs. Longworth has Just returned from Oys ter Bay, where sho has been visiting her father and mother. Col. and Mrs. Theo dore Roosevelt. Miss Mary Wheeler Vest Is making a visit at Centervllle, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Miss Prlro Collier and Miss Sara Price Collier, of Tusedo Park, are at the Shoreham Hotel. Miss Isabel Hayncr. of Ohio, arrived at the 8horeham yesterday and Joined her mother. Mrs. W. M. Hayner, who has been spending tho season at the Shoreham. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sothern will re turn this week to their- home on R street. ! Rear Admiral J. A. Martin, of the Argentine navy, arrived at tho Shore ham yesterday. Mrs. J. S. Hobblns. who has been the guest of Commissioner of Corporations and Mrs. Joseph Davies for the past fortnight, has returned to her homo In Wisconsin. Mrs. George Yandes Wheeler is en tertaining Informally at tea this after noon In compliment to her sister-in-law, Mrs, Harry Marshall Wheeler. Ml-B (llU-lna MMinnln,. ..." HIkh !. Inlhoun, of Annapolis, will do the. hon- uro ai ine lea laDie. Capt. and Mrs. Edward T. Donnelly !ave visiting them Mr. and Mrs. Brlstcd, of Lenox, Mass. 4. Mrn. HVflnil a Mn.i. n..t -ki. r.....- lyn Nash, who has Just returned from a visit In Philadelphia, will bo at home this afternoon. Among those who will ".I?.1.8.1 nr.6 Mr"- Colbv Dodge. Mrs. William P. Hall, and Mrs. Henry D. Jlood.- Tomorrow Mrs. Nash will bo hostess at luncheon in compliment' to Mrs. William Jennings Bryan. 3lJBcor?e Tuly Vaughan will re ceive this afternoon. - - Dinners and Dances. Tho .11. .1 ... . .. vtii "r .' "" mven in rne large ballroom 'of tho Wlllard last evening ,..-.u outmi wb wen as an artistic SUCCCSS. ExhlhlHnn rinni.li.. 1... Ml.. Joan Sawyer varied the program, and R..I.C.KI uancing was participated In by tho more than aoo present. Among those entertaining parties varying from four to eight and ten were Senator and Mrs. Gilbert Mltrhrnnlr vhn I.-.. r. large party of young people for their daughter. Miss Ruth Hitchcock; Mr. and Afrit, tiiwitnt. niK. s- . - ?. ?.: 'Hftlr. M. M. Parker, Mrs. C. uM5'Cnord'. aen- Bnd Mrs. John A. jonnston, and numerous Impromptu par- ., ,Biri?' ?cn; Hna MrB- """ r- So" Will nn tin nt a of .1Ii,a. .m ... ..-" " "tiiiuu iwuurruw oven niff at their quarters at Fort Myer. In tiii it "'. u"n. anu xvirs. xasKer if. Cant, nnri 1ft.a r n njtt.l. ..11. S.,1Lnn.'r ton'ght at tho Army and Navy Club In compliment to tho Secretary of tho Naw and Mrs. Daniels. wm2lw;uJ5"lll""u9L.-M ... ...u..n ,.,,c unwitT iiobib at ine Army and Navy Club tonight. Th nfilpprB Oml laU., irA.i JlliLf1 a hop In tho Administration building on the evening of April 7. v i Personals. TOloo6war6 & otbrop New York WASHINGTON Paris ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS IN THE MEN'S STORE Men's Spring Shoes Anniversary price, $3.75 pair. Regular price, $5.00. A lot of Men's Gun Metal Calfskin Button Shoes, with gray cloth tops, in one of the newest spring styles. x These are fresh, new, and finely made shoes, in a stylish last and perfect fitting model. Sizes 7 to 10A; 6 to 9y2B;6V2 to 92CandD. Main floor Tenth st. Men's Neckties Anniversary price, 58c each. Regularly $1.00. Beautiful quality silk in special patterns selected by our buyer for this sale. They are in handsome new spring colorings, and made in the full shape so well adapted to the open space collars. The silk is of a weave whose good quality will manifest itself in tying. Men's and Young Men's Trousers Anniversary price, $3.50 pair. Regularly $5.00 and $6.00. Medium and Heavyweight Worsted and Cheviot Trousers, in the choicest striped pat terns of many variations and handsome light and dark gray shades. They are silk sewn throughout. Various waist and length meas urements, providing a fit for nearly every Mrs. Bertha Kunr Baker, who will read Athorton Brownell's "The Unseen Empire," at the Congreralonal Club to morrow afternoon, Is the guest of Mrs. Robert M. La Toilette. ' Mrs. Baker Is an artist of great range and power, who Is uUllzIng her rare gifts In furthering the cause of peaco and the play, was characterised by Baroness von Suttner as a master stroko which would have a tremendous effect In furthering the peace movement. - - Miss Katherlne Carter Crltcher left Washington this morning for Philadel phia and New York to attend tho spring art exhibitions. Miss Crltcher, who Is r slater of Mrs. James Duncan Gate- wood, is herself a talented artist. Dr. Mead Moore Is rerlstered at th Hotel Dennis In Atlantic City. Mrs. John Sidney Webb nnrl Tier daughter, Mrs. James F. Mitchell, re turned to Washington last evening from New Jersey, where they spent several days Inspecting cottages with a view to the selection of a summer home. Cam W. E. P. French. II. H A. r. tired, who has been making a series of addresses In New York State, reached nome. yesiernay. captain French wns the guest for a few- days of his son, Lieut. Marion O. French, at Fort On tario. - James F. J. Archibald, of Wajthlnstnn who has but recently returned rrom ' Europe, spoke last week at tho Military i Academv nnon hln rxnrlpnrna In ih.' war zone. - - Miss Edith Koon li In Atlantic City rnr a short stay and Is stopping at the Marlborough-Bfcnhelm. - - -Truman Newberry, rormer secretary of tho Navy and Mrs. Newberry arrived at the Wlllard yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Lewis Marshall have aa their guest Mrs. Stokes, or Richmond. Miss E. Garscnt, of Brighton, Pa.; Miss Harriet Lerch, of Bristol, Pa.; Mrs. J. c. McCrcery, and Mrs. P II. Fnlrchllrl. rtf v,m Vir1r. urn rinent Ar rivals at tho Wlllard. nachtiflottH avenue, who 1b a student at Lafayette, took a prominent part In llllnil.lu n...t .!...,. ., uiit.ln.l ..&.,.. , .- id nnu I'tiniry, a iiumii:tii i-uicuy that was given In Easton last night. .nr. jturinciit was a memner 01 a maio chorus whoso singing and dancing was tho hit of the show. flint nn.l lli.. ft-.-., r. T......!. ..t.. have boon mtatloncd at tho Washington Barracks for somo time, have been or dered to Seattle, Wash. They will go today to bo the guests for two weeks of Mrs. Jowctt'a mother, Mrs. Frank Hume, at her residence on Massachu setts avenue. Mrs. Humo will have as her guest next week another daughter, Mrs. James Inland 1 Toward, formerly Miss Mabel Hume. Mrs. Frederick Delano Hitch, of New burg, N. J., and nleco of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Delano, arrived at the Shoreham yesterday to spend some time. -- Miss Annie Russell, the prominent actress, will address tho members of the Washington Club on March 9 on the subject of "Dreams In Lire and Litera ture." -- Mr. and Mrs. Randall H. Hagner, the latter formerly Miss Margery Colton, are now in Atlantic city and are guests at tho Marlborough-Blenhclm. - - The Japanese Amba,pador and Vis countess Clilnda, who, with Admiral Barpn Dowa, ol the Japanese navy, will bo tho honor guests at tho banquet to be given by tho Japanese society this ovonlrjr, are registered at the Aator Hotel In New York. - - The naval attache of the Japanese embassy, Mr. Nomura, accompanied Admiral Baron Dewa to Now York and made one of the party who went with Admiral Dewa to West Point on Tuesday and yesterday Inspected the Brooklyn navy srd. In tho party were Capt. Ralph Eaiie, U. S. N.. now In command of the U. S. S. Dolphin; Capt. Douglas MacArthur, U. S. A.; Capt. Frank Weed, and Major Harry H. Bandjholtz. H HOSTHwisr at nrtturtn European Plan. Fireproof Cuisine and Service of the Highest Order. n. m. downs, mn. "The New Wlllard the Real Center of Hotel Life in Washington" man. Main floor Tenth st. Main floor F st. Men's Silk-plated Socks Anniversary price, 6 pairs for $1.15. The regular 25c grade. Men's Light-weight Seamless Silk-plated Socks, double toes and heels, with a high lus ter which does not disappear with washing. Shown in black and a good assortment of colors. Main floor F st. Men's Bathrobes Anniversary price, $3.35 each. Regularly $5.00. Men's Fine Terry Cloth Bath Robes, in blue, gray, tan, green, and lavender; all' good patterns and the colors are absolutely fast. Fastened at neck and around waist with cords and tassels. Splendid quality, and well made. Main floor I' st. Men's Walking Gloves. Anniversary price, $1.28 pair. Regular $1.50 quality. Made by Perrin Company, of an imported capeskin, in the popular shades of tan. One clasp model, with heavy outseam and spear back. A glove well suited for present wear. Regular and cadet sizes. jjam floor f st. Men's Lisle Hose Anniversary price, 35c pair; 3 for $1. The regular 50c grade. Fine Imported Light-weight Lisle Hose, with embroidered silk clocks black, with clocks in assorted colors; white, with clocks in assorted colors, and tan with self-colored clocks. They are best quality full-fashioned hose, regular made, with high spliced heels and double toes and soles. Main floor F st. AND IN THE JEWELRY STORE Men's and Boys' Watches Anniversary price, $3.00 each. Regular $4.50 quality. N'ickel and Gun Metal Open-face Watches, in new models, with seven-jewel Swiss movement; one-third less regular price. Main floor F st. 126 Dresses, Cloths and Silks, mostly small sizes. To close, $3.95 1106 G Street THE HOUSE OF FASHION FINAL SALE OF WINTER GARMENTS All To Go Today Regardless of Former Prices 89 TAILORED SUITS Formerly $25 to $45 $5.00 and $9.50 To Close Out 119 COATS FOR AL OCCASIONS Formerly $15 to $50. To Close $5.00, $8.50, and $15.00 37 Dresses, formerly sold to S35. To am Ar- clbse Jl.SS) Silks, Satins, Serges, Velvets. 38 Skirts, formerly sold to SlO. To AA mm close VL.iO Plain and Fancy Materials. 40 dozen Lingerie Waists, sold to $3.00. QA To close OiC Sizes 36 to 46. 10 dozen Dress Waists, sold to 8. To Qr close bl.O Silks, Satins, Laces, etc. Many big bargains displayed on our tables for easy selection. Hundreds of Beautiful NEW SPRING WAISTS, Crepe de Chine, Plain Colors, and Stripes, $1.98, $2.98, $3.50. Specials in New Spring Fashions SMARTEST SUITS IN TOWN Special Offering Friday and Saturday, $19.75, $25.00, and $35.00 V SPRING HATS ready to wear. Special, $4.50 Attractive one-of-a-kind trimrrled models. NEW SPRING DRESSES. Special, $16.95 Crepe de Chine, Crepe Meteor, Taffeta,, and Serge. - .. . v Handsome Street, Afternoon, and Evening Dresses, Special $25. Store Hours, 8:30 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. ESTABLISHED 11 LEADERS THEN LEADERS NOW Let us emphasize this one fact again today. These Bargain Friday Announcements do not base their appeal on price alone (disappointment is too big a price to pay for a "bargain"). It is their close relation to quality and desirability which decides the real merit of our offerings. This is what makes these sales so worthy of your earnest attention and early attendance every week. LIMIT SPtti Washington's Favorite Friday Sale Qaantltlea limited to prevent dealers buy Ins. No phone, mall or C. O. II. orders fllled. Special Sale of Bed Quilts $2 Crochet $1 CQ Quilts... P LOT 2.00 Full Slzo Crochet Quilt, closely woven; free from utarch; attractive patterns; neat- 1 erQ ly hemmed. Each 31.0 1.30 Full Size White Crochet Quilt, well made and closely woven; soft finish. t-f AA Each 5I.UU $1.69 Full Size White Crochet Quilt, showing unusually pretty designs; made of long qq staple yarn. Each 9XOtf $3.00 Satin Marseilles Quilt; as Indicated by Its rich, soft satin finish and appearance; three handsome patterns of highly em bossed character. An nn Each 06Q0 Lansburgh & Bro. 4th ' Floor. Here's Good Dress News 100 Women's and Misses' Street and Afternoon Dresses Values up to $29.75 50c White Flaxon 3 6 - I n c h nn. Whito Flaxon, a '' beautiful linen thread finish sheer fabric for waists and dresses. Limit, 10 yards to a buyer. 8th St. Annex. $2.50 Lunch Cloths OH - inch fl1 rtff Hand-madB ViO Battenburg Lunch Cloths, with drawn work centers, beautiful designs. Limit, I to a buyer. 8th St. Annex Art Dept. 25c Stajnped Corset Covers One - piece -i pp Corset Covers. '' stain pei on fine qual ity nainsook, for French and eyelet em broidery. Limit, 2 to a buyer. 8th St. Annex Art Dept. 25c Corset Covers Full front Htyle. 1 K with lace and In- -IOC Hi'rting yokes; a 1 1 sizes. Limit, 2 to a buyer. Third vFloor. At $13.95 Women's sizes to 44; misses' ' sizes, 16 to 18. They represent a maker's showroom samples which were bought this week by our buyer at a tremendous price concession. Every new model is represented in the lot and materials include Crepe de Chine, Taf fetas, Poplins, Crepe Meteors and Charmeuse in every conceivable present-day shade; also blues and blacks. All beautifully trimmed. Sizes in the lot to fit both large and small. An eary selection will certainly prove advantageous. Friday Riddance of Small Lots in Our Ready-to-Wear Section. LIMIT flttlftSl Washington's Favorite Friday Sale (luantltlea United to prevent dealers buy ing;. No phone, mall or C. O. D. orders filled. Ostrich Fancies Values to $3 A lot of Ostrich DO Fancies, Stick- OUL ups and Pompons; all colors and worth up to $3.00 apiece. Limit, 2 to a buyer. Second Floor. . 31 Women's and Misses' Winter Coats, fancy and plain colors; sizes 16 to 18 for misses; sizes up to 36 for women. Values up n qq to $17.50 Li.Oi) ,125 All-wool Serge "Skirts, in black and navy blue. Reg ular 3.9B values. All sizes. Your QQ choice I J..OC 12 Women's Winter Coats, black, navy, and brown; sizes up to A2. Values worth up to 122.50. Tpr (TIT Choice OD.DD 25 Women's Cloth Coat Suits, Including fancy mix tures, serges anA cheviots; sizes 34 and 36. Values up to S25.00. 4 OO Choice 34.00 Lansburgh & Bro. 2nd floor Suits. 12Ac t 25c Wkite & Colored Wash Goods At 8C Yd. $1.00 Nainsook Nightgown Fine Quality CQ Nainsook. In slip '' over styles, trimmed with tine rtsh-eje lace Inserting and embroid ery combined; fancy sleeve. SUes 15, 16, 17. Limit, 2 to a buyer. Third Floor, $1.00 House Dresses Women's House Qf Drosses, of neat "UL percales; trimmed with hemstitched collar and cuffs of chambray. In contrasting colors. SUes 36 to 46. Limit, 1 to a buyer. 50c Corsets Made of good OQp quality coutil, ''' with low or medium bust and finished with four hose supporters. Sizes 19 to 30. Limit, 1 to a buyer. Third Floor. We have assembled all short lengths from our white and colored wash goods, flannels nnd ginghams de partments for a rousing rem nant sale. Lengths from 2 to 7 yards and values up to 23c a yard. Your choice Q tomorrow, a yard Lansburgh & Bro., 8th St. Annex Wash Goods. Silk Remnants Vtlaes Up to $1.50 At59cYd. Thousands of yards in rem nants of 2 to 6 yards each, in all the season's newest weaves; black anJ colors; In cluded are 36-inch Black and Colored Messalines, 36-lnch Colored Strlped Messaline, 36-Inch Black Peau do Cygnc, 36-Inch Black and White Jap Habutal, 36-Inch Striped Shirtings, 40-Inch Black Silk Nets and 24-lnch Roman Stripes. Silks in the lot worth $1.50 a yard. Take your choice tomorrow at this very special prlco TQ-, of, a yard OUC Lansburgh & Bro. Sth St. Annex. Hundreds of Yards of Dress Goods Remnants 9Qr Values 59c, 69c and 75c, at a Yd. LJv These were taken in stock at a mere fraction of their worth and will be turned over to you on the same basib Choose from Shepherd Checks. Storm Serge. Plain and Fig ured Challies. a miscellaneous lot of Black Fabrics. Mohairs Henriettas, Granite Cloths, Crepes, Bedford Cords Plaids' tc. Lengths from 2 to 5 yards Worth to 75c ' on ' a yard, at ; JJJC Lasburgh & Bro., Main Floor Bargain Tables. Boys' 69c Cordu roy Pants 39c Well made and full cut, of good durable material. 6 to 16 years. Limit, 1 pair buyer. Third Floor. Sizes to $2.50'16-button Kid Gloves 16-button- J1 AfT length Whito 1.U Glace Kid Gloves. Sizes EVi. 531 and, 6. Limit, 1 pair to a buyer. Main Floor. 10c Spoons, 25c a Half Doz. Rogers' Nickel-Silver Teaspoons; an extraor dinary value. Limit, V3 dozen to a buyer. Main Floor. 25c Brooch Pins Friendship Cir- 1 Kj cle Brooch Pins. -"' In several styles. Limit. 1 to a buyer. Main Floor. Infants' 25c Long Slips Made of naln- IQf sook bishop style ;'' neck and sleeves trim med with fine lawn ruffle. Limit, 2 to a buyer. Third Floor. 59c Black Mohair 50-lnch Black OQ Mohair, firm V71, quality, with a fine, lustrous finish. Limit, 1 iIicsh pattern to n buyer. Sth Sf. Annex. Friday's Sale of Sheets and Domestics 25c Fancy Bed Ticking at 18c Yard Fancy Strip Bed Ticking in red stripe only; strictly feather proof,; In mill ends; 2H to 10 yards; 25o value. toL Special loC 40-ln. Unbleached Sheeting 6'2C 36-in. White Twill for mid dy blouses, nurses' uniforms, men's underwear; "IO 18c value. Special.. 17C 36-ln. Linen Finish Bappa Suiting (White Cannon Cloth), for ladles' and chil dren's costumes; -t 1 iun 18c value. Special 117C 36-ln. White Cambric, free from dressing, for summer underwear; lOo value. Ctl.n Special 0"74C for sheets, etc; 10c value. Special 81x00 Linen-finish Sheets, seamless and hand torn, for Ihe double bed; 69c KA value. Special OUC 81x99 Linen-finish KIippIh extra long, for the bras or metal bed; 75o value. t?tJi Special OifC Lansburgh & Bro. Main Floor Domestics. 25c Black Sateen 36-lnch tCn Feather- J OC weight Sateen, with a good, lustrous finish; actual 25c value. Limit, 10 yards to a buyer. Sth St. Annex. 10c Toilet Tissue Fino Tol- CIUn let Tissue, U'A'l' 1.000 Bhrets to the (foil; regular lye VRIUP. Limit, 4 rolls to a buyer Main Floor. $1 All-leather Hahdbags Women's PQ-All-Leather OUL HandlmgEt, of pin morocco and crepe; all nicely lined and fitted; several styles. Limit, 1 to a buyer. Main Floor. $2.50 Mar seilles Quilts 25 Satin I1 QQ .Marseilles D1.00 Quilts, full ' size, that sell tor J2.W nt nil times; only J& will be sold. Limit, 1 to a buyer Fourth Floor.. 3c Bleached Cotton 3 6 -1 n o h aiun Bleached O'ZC Cotton, good, heavy quality, sott Ilnlsh; free from dressing. Limit. 10 yards to a buyer. Main Floor. 8c Torchon Edges 4c Linen Tor chon L'dces. trom m to 4 inches w I d o, beaultul patterns for pen tei pieces and cur tnlni Limit S yards to a bu or Main Floor. 35c Writing Paper, , 15c a Pound English Thread Finish Writing Paper; note size; about 125 sheets to the pound. Envelopes to match: 10 packages. Limit. 1 pound to a buyer. Main Floor. Ladies' 12V&C Handkerchiefs, 3 for 21c Sheer Cambric Hand kerchiefs, with 1-lnch hemstitched colored bor der; embroidered in white. ' Limit, 3 to a buyer. Main Floor. Men's 35c Hose 6 pairs for $1.15 Men's Mercerlzod Llslo Hoau, In black, tan, gray, and navy, well reinforced. Limit, 0 pairs to a buyer. Main Floor. 15c to 25c Beltings Silk Grosgrain 1 A Beltings, In all XUi' widths; 1 to 3 Inches, In black and white. Limit, 2 "yards to a buyer. Main Floor. 12Vjc Ornaments and Frogs Small Ornaments and Frogs, In sand, u Kroon. w hlto and gold. Limit. C to a bucr. Sth Ht Annex.