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OFFER NEXT WEEK! Mmiaf of Leo Ditrichstsin i ljr in a aew pi?r. l? ! t of special histrionic intereat. \ 111 M U giveJ th? IMUtUM Of I dramatic contribution splendidly | 1, teeuntilr preaented Mfl _j tht art I ?t If and til?at?4 atar in % characterization wM?ljr different frtn tbe erav?atl?a*l portrait irtw lag of every 4?r drama Hia contribution thia season is tbe famous masterpiece of Heart Lave ?Ul, "Tbo Marquis da Priola." a play Mat whan flrat prevented at tbe ??media francaiae, Paria, aot the Preach metropolis theater devotees' *eafuea wiffinr a* to whom he had la hia naiad's eye when he wrote thla terrlflo wr?lnaMit of the deoadent oaaditlon af so-called exclusive au> toeraey Roma hinted that the Mobaaaallera family waa aimed at. Uo Dltrlehsteln haa riven in the i past many manifestations of hia con iuauaat? artistry, but it is affirmed that ia the portraiture of tbe name past la thla play, he discloses a hls trioate endearment. creator than aay tblag that he has heretofore essayed. Brandon Tynan. Orlando Daly. Wal . tar Howe, Jaae Oray. Lily Cab 111, aad Katharine Emmet are conspicuously! preaUaaat tn hia support. Mr. Ditrtch steia eatamoaeos his sng?g?>*>eot at tbe National pa Suaday night. . mtic?. TM sewed mare aad prg|?ed more highly than any other play produced in New Yerk la years, "Why lfarryT" the sparkllpg comedy by J rase Lyneh Will lama, left the Astor Theater at tbe height of its run to start oa a two-year tour of tbe country. And ta continue its record for tbe unusual. "Why Marry?" submitting itself ta the eoKlea af every large city tn the VnUl tod Stataa, is to have the *0 /an tag* of bolag performed by tbe identical east of unusual distinction which aid ed so materially 1a making it so suc ooaaful In Now York. f Mat C. Goodwin, Edmund Breese. Brnest Lawford, L>otui Robb. Louise lindolph. Anne Morrlaon, ajid the otbor mambora of tbe company have all agreed to contlnoe oa the tour. "Why Marry?" eomea to tbe Belaaeo Theater tbe week commencing Sun da*, January 12. The announcement ia of importance to lovera of the dram a. Selwya ? Co. are to be con gratulated oa the enterprise thoy have diaplayed ia making this dramatic treat pooalble for tbe country at large. POLTS. Early in .its career "Maytlme" play ad a single week's engagement in Washington to the meath of June with tbe thermometer at aisalin* point Majhlng could batter attest the stro^ appeal of this charming "play with music" than that it then played to tbe aboetutc capacity of the Beiasoo fmih "Maytime" returns to WaaMngtea. ?paaing at Pell'a Theater poaitively aext Sunday evening far an eng^ge Una!ted to one week. It has a 1 of a year aad four months' eoa ia Near York, six months .... ?ad Chicago, aad throo la Philadelphia, aad always to ___ its title .. tact that the story of its four ads, ?r ' 3transpire in tbe month af May. Not oa|y aro all tho ssaaop ta that month of Hmimi. but each aot take* place oa tho tweaty-?rst day of May. Mora thaa thte*-*uartera of a ?*M^ry mm, however. betvoea the day ia May tn which the play opens sad that ia wbieh It reaches ita climax. ?BCBMT-GARJIICK. "Bock-a-Bye, Baby." tho delightful Solvryn mualcal comedy, whldh haa - boon holding forth at the Garrick floater. Chicago, is due to artivo la Waahiagtoa for a week's engagement at tkd Shubert-Oarrlck Theatar, commencing Sunday. January 13. Thla Is the ever-popular "Baby Mine" farce, adapted for the musical opsnpdy stage by Margaret Mayo and Bdgar Allan Woolf, with tunes writ tea by Jeraaae Kern and lyrics by Herbert Beyaolds. Tho plot is a screamingly fuaay aae, the aonga aro 4ateby, and the dancea are unique and ddtoty. * Solwyn A Co. have given "Bock-a- , Byo Baby," a production artiatie and) lavish. and Luc lie haa costumed the female members of tho organisation with an eyo to beauty and distinction. Of tho cast Jefferaoa d'Angetis baa no eoual oa tbe American stage as a oamediaa. and In the role of Jimmy bo I* at hia boat. Eldna Hlbbard, who glaye Sale, Is an iagbnue of the| t. piquant, fascinating type, and her parfermaaee was unanimously com-, moated upon la highest terms by tbe Oh lea go crttiea. ?. r. KEITH'S. A Gertrude Usffman. tho famous \nade-| Bile dancer and mimic, will offer her-| self alone at B F- Keith's Theater | week ia a single stellar at t. por life along Broadway. An aug orcbeatra will bo conducted hy Maa Hoffmaaa. Tbe extra added tea tar i will be Edasoad Hayes and company, in "Moonshlae," the hit of a receat Isak'S gamble In New York afty; Jaraea aad Boaaio Thornton will eBer a now but cbsfostartstk- number wttb nanaalngua aad aaag dominating. Ued funster, is 1 aaaa Ma?haas and Len wUl present "Out in Call Other additions will be Lillian id and Clarence Senna, in an I trie murk si and chatter interlude: aad Aana Seymour, tn a merry I Bert a?i Lottlo Walton. "The1 ?e Duothe Red Crose aerial | and tbe Pa the news pictorial. OlYCTT. Gorard's "Follies af the Day" ] eefc's attraction at tbe Gayety , , H la In two sets aad severaL aad praaanta travesties on sev^ bo ami popular dramatic at of Mm day. r la headed by that wefl of fuamakers?Gertrude Marry Welsh aad Cheater Nai rn aro aided by Mabelle Court ia Da Val Sisters and Sam boruo la said to be above the LYCEl'H. Jaxaea B. Cooper's "Blue Birds," j will bo the attraction at tbe Lyeeua BronohialTroubles fMfee tho hilblba aad rea raHave tho dkbass. Do bath qslekhr aad edSetfrely PISO'S Let the Wedding Bella Ring Out ?y JSAN KNOTT Theater naxt weak ia a burlesque farce entitled, ? Ow Here." This vehicle ia uM to shew at its heat the fund af comedy of whtoh William K. Wells, the author, always has at his disposal. The offering U said to contain aa unusual amouat of elevar repartee ami many scenes which v* out of the ordinary. Oae at the papular scenes shows a 'fighter's training quarters. This scaae introduce.* Fanny Randolph, oae of the heat female wj-estiers. I.OEW'I PiUCl. Far the last half of the present weak the scroaa at Leov'a Palace win b? oecopied by "Under the Tag." Fred Stone has the oeatral role- Htseee ("Fatty") ArhueUe also will he feat ured la "Camping Oat." Commencing Sunday aad extending throuch Wednesday, ftrat local ahaw inga will be made of "Oat of the Shadow." la which Paaline Frederick is the star. Coanmeneing neat Thurs day, the attraetioa will bo "Here Oases the Bride,-' with Jihn Barrrmore ap pearing ta the steUar sola. LQSWf cftcmii. For the lftat half of this weak, be ginning Thursday, Laow's Columbia Theater will shew "The Sanaa* Qar* den." in which the well-know* "Cud diea" Of vaudeville. Lila Lee, ia the star. This to Lila Lee's third ?reat starring picture. It gives splendid opportunity for her radiant neauty and winsome personality. The story af the "Secret Garden ? is full of hn?aan interest. Miss Lao, as Mary Lenox, is the daughter of a Britiah army officer in India. She goes ta Sngland. where, after the death of her parents, she lives with her guardian. She falls in love with the tatter's son and the romance thvs begun ends in a happy marriage. For the flrat half of aazt week Wallace Raid will he saaa in "The Dubb." Far the last half of next week Bryant Washburn will be fea tured ia "Venus of the East." MOOiUri RIALTO. Another record-breaking week is I being observed at Moore'a Rialto ! Theater, wbare the chief attraetioa to First National's production of Owen Johnson's novel, "Virtuous Wives." The current events and an amusing comedy, together with musical fea tures by the Rialto Symphony Orches tra, complete the program. Next week will bring to the Rialto screen Maurice Tourneur's super-pro duction. "Woman." It spans the ages from the days of the Garden of Eden I to the preaeat. Next week's Rialto program will be supplsmented by the I customary subsidiary features. Craadall's Knickerbocker. The attraction at Crandall'a Knick erbocker today is Bessie Harrlscale in "All-of-a-8udden Norma." Tomorrow and Saturday it will be Douglas Fairbanks in "Arisona." Sunday and Moaday. Conatance Talmadge will be seen in "Who Cares?" "The Squaw Man," based oa the stage success of the same title, is announced for Tues day and Wednesday; "Day Dreams," starring . Madge Kennedy, Thursday and Friday, and "Branding Broad way," starring William S. Hart, on Saturday. MO?IUC8 STRAND. During the last three days of this week, beginning today Moore's Strand I Theater will present ss its outatand | mg featMre. "Danger. Go Slow," a comedy-drama in which Mae Murray ia .starred. This is the film sdapta tion of "Turn To the Right." Next week will bring to the Strand. Sunday to Thursday, Mack Sennett's $500,000 film spectacle. "Mickey." with an all-star cast including Ma bel Nornsand. For the last three days of next week. Thursday ta Sun day. William Russell will be the star in a faat-action Western melodrama. "When a Man Rides Alone." MOORK'8 (i ARDEN. At Moore's Garden Theater today Louise Olaum will be the bright par ticular star of the pnotoplay bill in a masterpiece of the outdoors, "The Goddess of Lost Lake " For tomorrow and Saturday the Garden announces an exceptional fea ture i? "Infatuation." the hand colored French super-production, in which the stellar role is taken by Ghby Doaiys. Next week will bring to the Garden three fllm dramas of merit. On Sun day. Monday, and Tuesday. May Alli son will occupy the screen as the star o? "Her Inspiration." On Wednesday r Thursday. Edith Roberta will b ? in the stellar vole of "Sot Free, ta bo followed Friday and Saturday bjr "The Cabaret Girt," U which tfea tit]* role ia impersonated by Ruth Clifford. liUNDAU't uvor, The feature picture at Crandajl's Savoy today ia Lauis* Huff ia Th? Pea-Waif;" Aliee Brady in "J? the Hollow of Her Hand," will bo shown tomorrow, and on Saturday, Billio Burke In "The Make^Believe Wlh." On next week's program are: Holiday, B*i*io Bnrrtbcale in "AU-af-aSudd?n Norm*;"' Monday, Harold Peat in "Private Font;" Tuesday.-Mae Marsh in **Tbo Racine Strain:1* Wednesday, Enrico Cnruao in "My Cousin;" Thurs day. Barbara Castleton in "What Love Forgives;" Friday. Ethel Clayton ip "Woman's Weapons;" Saturday, Paul ino Frederick in "A Daughter of tko South.' rfuapAU-i. "Spartine Ufa," an allstar produc tion of the Drury Lane state suooeas of twenty years ago. forms the attrac tion at Crandalfa for today and to morrow. "AU-of-a-Sudden. Norma." starring Bessie Barriscale, ia schedule*! for Saturday. For Sunday and Men day Douglas Fairbanks wlU bo seen in "Art***;" "All-of-a-Suddon. Nor ma," featuring Bessie Barriscale, win bo shown Tuesday and Wednesday; "Oo West, Young Man." enuring Tom Moore. Thursday and Friday, and "The Captain's Captain.1' featuring Alio* Joyce, Saturday. CKA1V BALL'S METRO POL1TAX. "Ail-of-a-Sudden Norma," starring Bessie Barriscale, Is today's attrac tion nt Crandall's Metropolitan. For the last two day* of the weak, "The Captaln'e Captain." starring Alice Joyce, will be shewn. Commencing Sunday and extending through Wedneaday, the attraction will he "Who Cares?" in which Con stance Talmadge has the lead. Madge Kennedy has the feature role in the' "Day Dreams," the picture, announced for the last half of the week. CRAIOALL'I AVEKt'B GRAND. Bookings for the remainder of the present week at Crandall's Avenue Grand include: Today, Mary Pickford in "Johanna Enlists:"' tomorrow, Louise Huff in "The Sea-Waif;" Sat urday, Lila Lee in "Such a Little Pi rate." Next week's program will in clude: Sunday, Frank Mclntyre in "Too Fat to Fight;" Monday, Enrico Caruso in "My Cousin;" Tuesday, E. K. Lincoln in "Lafayette. We Come;" Wednesday. Beesie Barriscale in "AH of-a-Sudden Norma:" Thursday. Pri vate Peat in "Private Peat:" Friday, Barbara Castleton in "What Love Forgives;" Saturday, Vivian Martin In "Mlrandy Smllea." CRAKOALL'I APOLLO. Among the picture* to be shown this week at Crandall's Apollo sre "The Border Wireless." starring Wil liam 8. Hart, today; "Such a Little Pirate," starring Llta Lee, tomorrow; "When Do We Eat?" starring Enid Bennett, on Saturday. Those an nounced for next week are: Sunday and Monday. Norma Talmadge In "The Heart of Wetona;" Tuesday. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw In "Her Mia take;" Wednesday, Private Peat In "Private Poat;" Thursday. Bessie Barriscale in "All-of-a-Pudden Nor ma:" Friday, Frank Mclntyre in "Too Proud to Fight;" Saturday. Ethel Clayton in "Women's Weapons." PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA. With Tbaddeus Rich, its noted con cert master, as its soloist, playing the Sibelius Concerto, the Philadelphia Or chestra, Leopold Stokowski conductor, next Tuesday afternoon at i M o'clock, at the jiew National Theater, will offer as its principal orchestra number the third Symphony of Brahms. Three se lections from "La Damnation de Faust." by Lerlios, will complete the program. NEWMAN TR.l VEI.TALK. Paris, where the heart-best of all France is felt, will be the subject of the opening "traveltalk" of E. M. Newman, the famous travel lecturer, at the first of his tenth season of lec-, turers. He will lecture at the New Masonic Temple Auditorium. Thir teenth street and New York avenue northwest. Thursday, at 4:30 and t:15 MAX ROSEN. VIOLINIST. Max Rosen, the young violinist, and pupil of Leofwld Auer, who at eight een years of age has entered the ranks of the great artists, and whose recent tours of America have been marked by the extraordinary en thusiasm of critics and audiences, will rake his first appearance at the Na [ rk>nai Capital in the fifth concert of I 'he T. Arthur Smith Ten-Star series at ?:*> p. m. tomorrow at the New National Tbaatar. A I " ? r ? XKHoobwarb 61 Xotbrop Store Open* 9:15 A. M. New Yc*k?WASHINGTON?Pwii Store 4P.ML Remnant Day Means Lowest Prices and Highest Qualities Apparel for men, women, and children, as well as important clearance merchandise from the home furnishing stocks are all well represented in the offerings for tomorrow. End of the season in many lines so far as we are concerned, but many weeks ahead in which the garments will find much service. But they must be ? # ii < . i ? ? ? .ii ? _? removed from our shelves and lowered prices will take them. Please note; Friday merchandise not returnable; not sent C O. D. or on approval; phone or nail orders not Woman's Sweaters 3 Old Boa* Shetland Wool Sweaters, with roll collar*, belt*, and pockets in self color; sixes 88, 41, aad 44; $7.76 each; were $10.. 1 Nary Blue Sweater, with roll collar; size 40; now I7.7S; was $10.95. 1 Purple Shetland Wool Sweater, self col lar, belt, and pocket; now $7.7$; was $10.75. 2 Brown Shetland Wool Sweaters, belted styles; ai*e? 4(1 and 42; now $7.76; were $10.75. 8 Nile G*eeu ShetUad WoolSweaters, with Ite bruah wool cells? and cuffs; now $6.76; white we 1 Nils Green Shetland Wool Sweater, with striped white wool cellar, cuffs, and belt; new 17.75; wm $S.T5. 4 Old Rose Shetland Wool Sweaters, with white brush wool collar and cuffs and belts; sizes 38, 40, and 42; now $<.75; was $8.75. 1 Pink Shetland Woel Sweater, with gray brush woel cellar'and cuffs; now $6.75; was $8.75. * 1 Nile Green fnney Weave Sweater, belted in beck, sports stylp; now $6; was $9. Third Soer. Center. Manufacturers' Samples of Georgette Crepe Blouses Just ope hundred ef them, the majority selected from s very desirable lot of manu facturers' samples, and a few from our reg ular display, becoming models in flesh color, white, black, navy, and gray. Regularly $5.75? to $6.76. Friday Special at $4-50 t ft* Friday Clearance of Lingerie Blouses Some noticeable styles ef linen, batiste, madras, and voile, both plainly tailored and trimmed, slightly soiled from handling, there fere these reductions. Almost all sise* in the let. which numbers 191 blouses. Were $1.00 to $7.75. Special at 79c to $5.76 Third floer, o Mriit. f I ? ^ Friday Special in Brassieres of embroidery and laee with lace straps over the shoulders, and Other Styles of muslin with heavy lace fin Choke ef si sea. Special at $1.00 Each Third Soor. V street. iahrngs. ? - ? Friday Soecial in Women's Silk Hose Fifty dosen Women's Silk Hose, assorted colors, subject to slight imperfections of weave. Regularly $1.45. Special at $1.25 Pair First floor, G street Misses' Apparel 2 Baronet Satin Skirts, one in tan shade, the Other light blue; plain gathered styles, with belt, pockets and novel pearl button trimmings; sizes 16 and 18 years; $12.95 each; were $25. 2 Fancy Pleated Skirts, of black and white all-wool serge, with wide belts and button trimmed; sizes 16 and 18 years; $9.75 cach; were 912.50. 2 Misses' Suite, one burgundy, the other dark green, of a splendid quality velour; well tailored models; size 16 years; $39.56 each; were $49.50. I Misses' Suit of plum shade velour, neat ly bound with black silk braid; size 18 years; $45; was $57.50l Fourth Floor. G street. Little Tots' Wear ti pairs Children's Jersey Leggins, rose or Copenhagen; sizes 4 and 6 years; $2 pair; were $3.75. > 6 Children's White Wool Sweaters, but toning in front, turnover collar and cuffs of pink or blue; sizes 4, 5, and 6; $2 each; were $3.50. 8 Children's Worsted Toques, rose or Copen hagen; small sizes; 25e each; were 50c. 6 Children's Muslin Skirts, made on band, trimmed with ruffe and scalloped edging; size 4 years; 15c each; were 35c. Fourth Floor. Eleventh street. Children's Underwear A few pairs of Children's Canton Flannel Drawcrs,good quality; sizes 8 and 10 years; 20c each; were 35c. 9 pairs Children's Sleeping Garments, white canton flannel, with feet; size 10 years; 50c pair; were 75c. A small lot of Children's Muslin Drawers, good quality, trimmed with cluster tucks and hemstitching; sizes 10 and 12, at 25c pair: finer ones, with embroidery ruffles, at 40c pair. 10 Children's White Cambric Underskirts, on bands, trimmed with ruffle of Valenciennes insertion; size 10 years; 50c each; were $1.00. 4 Children's White Muslin Skirts, with em broidery ruffle; size 8 yean; $1.60 each; were $2.00. II Children's One-piece Pajamas, white crossbar material, high neck, long sleeves; size 10 years; 75c each: were $1.00. 12 Children's Muslin Gowns, hiirh neck, long sleeves, trimmed with tucks and em broidery; size 8 years; $1.00 each; were $1.50. Fourth Floor. O street The January Sale of Men's Clothing Sixty-four Overcoats Specially Priced $36.75 In men's and young men's sizes, dress or ulster models, sinfle or double breasted styles-of rich coat fabrics in fray, green, plain blue, black, or brown; made with velvet self, or storm collars and regular slash or patch pockets; quarter silk* lined, with piped seams. Sals Price $36.75 Each 2 Trench Coats, Priestly fabric, tan color; sizes 42 aad 44; aow* Wi were $50l 28 Suits for Young Men?First tvraeer suits in feacy patterns ef light and dark gray; siias St, 88, aad 34 only. Reduced to $11.75 each. 46. 2 Mackinaws, tan moleskin, genuine leather lined; sizes 44 aad Reduced to $1175 _ , - Main floor. Tenth street. Important Reductions in Women's Winter Apparel End-of-the-season clearance in these section brings values ef a most exceptional character, that will have especial appeal to the lar$e lot but they represent some of the choicest of the ite rials and styles. who seek the highest grade of garments' at the lowest of the year. Small lots are the rule now, bat in these the savings are greatest Fur-trimmed Coats Redaced to $3#.B0 Each?Were Up to $55.00 "Not a season's mate: Also a limited number of Fur-trinuned Coats at $44?S that up to $7?50. ________________ 3 Handsome Black Velour Suite, with large Hudson seal collars; all size 42. 1 at $544$. Was $80.00. 1 at tMiS. Was $115.00. 1 at $69^0. Was $115.00. Was $85.00. 11a Cloth Suit with Hudson Seal Collar; size 36, $64.50. Was $115.00. X Handsome Plum Velvet Suit with large collar aad cuffs of taupe lynx; size 3$, $77.56, Was $125.00. 1 Blaok Bolivia Suit, sise 42, $5446. 1 Tan M? 1 Small Lot of Skirts, including navy serges, black and navy taffetas, velour checks, $7.56 each. Were $10.00. 1 Small Lot Regular and Extra Size Black aad Navy Serge and Trico Cloth Skirts, 25 to 40 inches belt measures, $S.75 each. Were $12.56. . , . Third fleor, G street. In the January Sale of Women's Undermuslins Two tables of Gowns, one with styles in flash tint French Nain sook, the other containing gowns of white nainsook; some with fine embroidery edgings; some with groups of tiny tuckings and hem stitching; and others with novel yokes formed by combinations of lace and embroidered organdie. Choice of Empire, sleeveless, and sleeved models. $? French-American Envelope Chemije, designed by French lingerie artists, but made in America, French nainsook, in camisole or corset cover style, prettily embroidered and hemstitched. Special at $2.25 v And groupings of lingerie at S5c, $1.35 and other* special pricings. Third floor, F street. Dresses for Stout Women Reduced to Clearance Prices Including in the grouping sizes brown wool Jersey, $40; was $55. blue wool Jersey, $46; was $55. black wool Jersey, $40; was $55. brOwn Tricolette, $60; was $80. blue Tricolette, $60; was $30. blue Serge and Satin, $50; was $60. 42 to 52? 1 black Poiret Twill, $76; was $95. 1 blue Poiret Twill, $76; was $96. 1 blue Sateen, $60; was $87.50. 1 black Sateen, $60; was $87.50. 1 Burgundy Sateen, $66) was $87.50. Thifd floor, G street. A Special Clearance Lacet Arabian Curtains, $5.75 Pair About two hundred pair fine Lacet Arabian Curtains with attrac tive edges and corner designs. The lace is mounted on good quality bobbinett which will give long service. These curtains are suitable for living room, dining room, etc., are excellent for hotel or apart ment use as well as the home. In widths suitable for the average size window and 2% yards long. v Shown in Ecru and White. Were $7.50 Pair. An Exceptional Offer at $5.75 Pair. Also the Following Odd Lots Lace Curtains Sample Curtains are included which may be mussed or slightly soiled. 3 pair side border and corner design White Renaissance Curtains; 2V4 yards; $5.50 pair; were $7.50. ? . 2 pair White Lacet Arabian Curtains; 2V4 yards; $7.75 pair; were $10.00. 2 pair Marie Antoinette Curtains; 2M yards; $4.00 pair; were $5.00. 3 pair attractive Ivory Swiss Point Lace Curtains; 3 vards; $ 10k06 pair; were $13.00. 2 pair White Tambour Net Curtains; 2% yards; $5.56 pair; were $8.00. 2 pair fine Ivory Swiss Point Lace Curtains; 2H vards; $6.75 pair; were $10.00. 2 pair Ivory Swiss Point Lace Curtains; 2H yards; $5.56 pair; were $3.G0. 2 pair White Maire Antoinette Curtains; 2H yards; $5.66 pair; were $7.60. 2 pair White Marie Antoinette Curtains; 3 yards; $7.50 pair; were $10.00. 2 pair Ivory Princess Curtains; $8.56 pair; were $12.00. 3 pair White Swiss Point Curtains; 2V4 yards; $4.56; were $6.78. 1 White Marie Antoinette Panel Curtain; 2H yards by 36 inches; $2.75 each; were $5.50. 1 White Marie Antoinette Panel Curtain; 2% yards by 45 inches; $3.75 eaeh; wa8 $7 60. S White Marie Antoinette Panel Curtains; 2Vfc yards by 4S inches; $4.06 each; were $6 00. 3 pair fine Novelty Net Curtains; 2M ysrds; $5.50 pair; were $7.50. fifth floor, Q street. Boy.' Blue Swg? Suits A small lot of^ Boys' Slue ^Serge S I for nbwn Om da* U. 1$, two 14, ona 16, six IT, aad eigSlS. $?.75 M Wove $im aad $1U1 Alee the A small let ef A small lot of Beys' Overcoats te sisoa, 3 te 9 yean eld, IT.7S; Feurth floor, 16th street. Men's Furnishings IS Mea's Men's plain-color, fancy and knitted SUk Reefers with *?****' ' 10,1$*, U) User $ for $1.66; wwe* Me" 29 pairs Mea's 10, IS*, aid Ul ffe pairi men's chiefs, regulation amy: Ut each; 81J6 deeea; were 20c, 26c, and SSe each. $4 Man's Oetton Night Shiitsi plain white bout collars; ease It aad IS; $LSS each; i 6SJ0. - wfc Tving VeeU; sties 36, M, 60, aad 42; $*66 each were $$V06 ' Plset Sees, V street. < Men's Cordorsji Puttees Two stylos of Cordovan Puttees that ape very popular, eaa fastening with sna* the other m.rsgulatt* stenp fajMia Tlgas aas only a aad 16H la spring style, aad Sm 14 15H, 1$, Yt, aad 1$ in rtrap style. Reduced to $12.50 ? M Flret floor. Tenth street. ? Friday dee ran ci of il: Men's and Woi ' Umbrellas Just thirty Mea's aad Woasaa's U that "?re slightly soiled by habfey haa*fc? or haw some other little ' does not conform to our i _ _ goods. All are ef bleak Union silk or can taffeta, with attractive At Half Tfcefar Font First floor, O street. *9 Of Art Embroidery and Linens several exquisite table eevers aad ether 1 Round Table Covnr, duny laee i 90 Inches diameter. $96; was $125. 1 Bound Table Cover, chmy laee < 106 inches diameter; $S6; was $116. 1 Square Table Cover, ehrny laee 90 inehes diameter; $96; was $126. 1 Hand-embroidered Table Cwtr, chary laee teiauaed; 36 iaches diameter; fl; vas mit 1 Russian Crash Band-embreidoivd Table Runner; fringed ends; $9; was $18. 2 Hand-embroidered Baby Crib Qnftts; $9 each; were $13.50. ? Second Soor, Tenth street. Friday Sale af Slightly Imperfect Blankets 70 pairs of Esmond Mills Blanket*; these desirable heavy ones weighing live pmnds tin pair; tn white, gray, or tea; siaee 72x64. Becaoee ef some trivial irregularity In weave or finish, we sell them as seeeads. At the special price, $6.30 the Pair Seeo?4 floor. Eleveafh street. Friday Oeaiemce of Remnants of Silkoline and Cretonnes A large collection of Oe tonnes in lengths, desirable for Laga. cushions, pillows, fancy work, etc., in bright aad dark colorings. A Fourth to a Third Less Former Pricea. Fifth floor. 6 street. A Clearance of Portieres Our entire line of Figured Bona aad Ar mure Portieres, excellent qualities represent ed, and some ef the choicest designs, in fai ite colorings of rose, mulberry, red, blue, brown, aad tan. Not all eeleee in stylo, bat a good selection In the Offered at Greatly Beduoed Prices Clearance: New $5-00. were $7.60. Now $6.50; were 911.60. Now $16.66; were $12.f>0 Now $12.56; were $1*00 Fifth Floor. O street. Crystal White "The Perfect Family Soap" 7c Cake, or 7&e Dim A Friday sperir'. in th<s perfect made from pure vegetable oils and sbsoiutely no snTHal fat or reeia. Trv i< en flannels and blanket* and see hew soft and white it makes them. Fifth floor. Center.