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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SrNMt OCTOBER 22. IS99.
rw-srr !! "Hechts' Greater Stores' 6i Greater yy "Hechts' Greater Stores." The superiority of 'Hechts' styles in outerwear T is now known by everybody. The very material snvinps wo are making you are the talk of the j; town. With all these advanraps lower prices, better varieties, more exclusive styles, and the X privilege of laying for I hem as you can doou wonder that Hechts' is the most patronized T sail JeiMumet in this city? Hechts must lead and They do. Xot to lead wouldn't be Hechts. T , Two lats sample taiiormade suits less than half price. 4. Did you take advantage of that offering of suits last week? The immense success of it en- X courage! us to further purchasing, and the result is two lots of 'sample" suits from a loading New York maker are ready for tomorrow's selling. It is nn immense lot, and tlfey -are4 - the- greatest values ever offered th people of this city. - -1- i i t i .98 f cr suits worth S25 eack. up to Ladies tailor-made suits, embracing the highest grooVF of Venetians. herringbone worsteds and broadcloths in nearly every new shade, in all the newest effects many of them most elaborately silk-braid trim med; some of them with lapels faced with moire vkur. Also lot of black and Mtte Imported cheviot serge suits, in Uni-nt-ttes. r front, and box front jackets. All Che Jackets are lined with the fittest frtat ttr of taffeta silk in colors harmoaioas wBlt the sotts. . .Kwno garment bears the stamp of thor ough -workmanship and finish, and does credit to their maker, whose name stands lor perfection in ready-to-wear suit malt . fS.98 for the choice and they are actual 421 to $ 25 values. .. " -r (rfrUaiv 5- - -a-3S...N A for suits worth up to $40 each. Unprecedented without a doubt. Ladies' suits of broadcloth of fine all-wool cassi inere of Venetian of cheviot serges of grey homespun or drap d'ete suits Tn black and blue and most desirable colors and color combinations, many of which are silk-lined throughout many of which are trimmed with applique silk braid; many with collars and lapel of moire velour; some with overskirts all the most fash ionable suits of the season and instead of up to $40, for S19.9S. New golf capes are arriving almost daily. We have had to "hustle" to keep up with the demand for golf capes. They are "Marce as hens teeth" in the market and prices for them are terribly advanced because makers cannot get cloak- ings. Those which arrived yesterday go on sale tomorrow made G of xdaid back cloaking in brown and grey mixture, tan and blne with the Spanish ilounce and hood instead of 10 for Lot of misses plaid back golf capes with hood to go for i.9S. -i- & The hint of cooler weather which you had given you yesterday put an "elixir of life' into the buying of wraps, and we shall lead off with an ex traordinary bargain. Ladies' kersey jackets, like illustration, in black, tan, and castor made with deep French facings and seams piped with silkthe new scalloped effect, with four rows of stitching and large pearl buttons which cannot be duplicated elsewhere for less than 15, for S9.98 The startling part of this bargain is that these Jackets arc lined -with Skinner's satin, and X M when we say Skinner's satin you know it is. Every garment bears Skinner's guarantee cards. r I "which guarantees that the lining will wear two years, and if it does not a new one will be put in X free of cost to you. 233 silk waists, $5.98value up to $10. The power of Hechts in wholesale buying has never been so well illus trated as it is in the offering of 233 silk waists which will be put on sale to morrow morning at 5.9S. That such waists such dainty, stylish, captiva ting creations are to be sold for so little will surprise you. The lot embraces handsome black taffeta silk waists, many of which are tucked back and front, trimmed with narrow ribbon, white braid and white linen embroidery insert ing. In the lot also are some exquisite evening waists white, pink, blue, and other pretty shades in figured and satin striped taffeta perfect dreams of loveliness effects which modistes ask so much to make and which only the largest stores show at 10 and 12 your choice for 5.9S tomorrow. 4- J. 7&?r Tf X ui f We are out of competition in skirt selling --because we are makers, and you can readily see that we have big advantage over other houses who buy from makers. One profit only on our prices, and the smallest at that. But aside from "' make np better skirts than are usually offered. It is costing us considerable more to do it, but we are making friends patrons. "We are using "S. II. & M." velveteen binding and Xoiwau' fast black lining, and you know these give life as well as fit to a garment. QQC tor good black JJ figured brilliant toe skirts made up far better than cheap skirts usually axe aude fined better and bound better fuller in width, mere perfect aftd wore fuwhionabte at It; $L. value. 1 Q for all wool JL.HJ Maek nn4 blue imported cheviot serge skirts, crepon skirts, sad grey homespuns, Hued and bound with good materials and perfect fitting, which are sold for $4 elsewhere. S3J8 for handsome black crepon skirts full width the new effect; linings and bindings in them that wW wear satisfac torily a much better skirt than is usually offered even at 55. $8 98 for thosc ultra stylish silky blister crepon skirts, such as sell in every store in town for $12 and more very per fection In fit and full ness and finish. 51 A HA tor ladies' braided and plain taf feta silk separate skirts which are so very stylish this sea son and which are selling for $15 and more. gigantic underwear purchase! Former bargains are cast into insignificance by those which you get as the result of a purchase of men's, ladies', boys', and children's; underwear direct from lite weavers. 19 instead of 25c a garment for la- dees' Jersey ribbed rests and drawers: aeevUy deseed sad elegantly trhnoed ftniahed with peart buttons fa ail sixes. 17c J&C iastcad of 46e for ladies' heavy -' fieece onion salts glove fitting derby ribbed tn all sizes. 4 instead of 75c for ladles' and children's glove-fitting onion salts fleece back end in all sixes. SB of SMS Jar lata wool vests and drawers fet . wake. grey, or scarlet. JCC satert of S9c far sera heavy - fieeee-ihssd shirts and drawers in sixes 24 to4. 23 pianos for $23? each is the record during the past three weeks since the inruraUn of the special price. With each piano we give free ast order entitling the buyer or to whoever the buyer wishes to tarn it over to. fifteen lessons by a moat ex pert teacher of auietc. instead of 25c pair for children's fast black extra, full ref iiinr marte hose with doable knees and heels and toes aines 6 to 9 1-2 OIC instead of 39c for men's merino shirts and drawers, in a doscn or more sorts in all sizes. OQC instead of 49c a garment for JJ men's heavy Jleece-back shirts and drawers, in two styles all sizes. instead of 60c a garment for men's heaw derbv-ribhod ami Jeger fleece-lined shirts aii drawers, in aM fancy colorings single and double-breastedail sixes. 49c In oar regular stock yoa'll find the greatest assortment of styles in town, and you'll have 55 per cent less to pay than others ask. Neck boas, 98c. Ladles' Liberty silk neck boas, with accordion pleated ends, instead of J1.C9 for tc. Popular 25c music, 16c. Tossorrow we shell offer the 'fotiow iag sieees of masfe, which sail at e each at all masic stores at lac. "Belie. My Baay." "WMatttag RoJas." 'Tat (Had I Met Yo ifaryv' "Georgia Camp Meeting. Dog collar belts, 98c. The stylish aog-eoUar belts for ladies of grey suede, caff or seal, with best sieei trimmings instead of 49. for Mr 233 pieces ribbon, 15c yd. 233 pieces of alt-silk taffeta ribbon In all ootors which include all the new fall ebades, 4 .-cd 5 inches wide. fc ISe yard. Velvet ribbon in all widths at lower prices than are asked elsewhere. $G Portieres for $2.59. 25 pairs of slightly imperfect chenille portieres, embracing every desirable color; not more than one pair of one pattern; if perfect would sell up to ?6 a pair; to go for $2.59 a pair. $2.50 Portieres, $1.79. Pretty tapestry portieres in new de signs and colorings, fringed top and bottom fl.79 a pair instead of $2.50. Curtain Poles. 14c. 5-foot curtain poles; choice of cher ry, oak. and walnut, finished complete "With brass fixtures, for 14 l-2c. Window Shades, 19gc. The very best quality of Yale-JIoI-land window shades, which are 36x72 inches in size choice of all new color ingscomplete with fixtures for 19 7-8c. $1.39 Lace Curtains, 79c. 200 pretty Nottingham-lace curtains good lengths and widths lloral and Brussels effects worth up to $1.39 for 79c a pair. ! ? Gloves men's and ladies'. Ladies white, tan. black, mode, ox Meed, champagne. 2 clasp kid gloves. which sell usually for a dollar a fOC pair every pair fitted for "0 Men's dog skin gloves. In all the lat est shades, made by imuous "Adier Glove Manufacturing Company," every pair guaranteed, inroad of $1 to PQC go for Uj $2.50 Lace Curtains, $1.39. 300 pairs of Nottingham lace curtains embracing Irish point, fish not. Brus--sels and floral effects full width and - 1-2 yards long worth up to ?2.50 a pair for $1.39. Lace Curtain Ends, 15c. 150 Nottingham lace curtain ends in white and cream a splendid as sortment of patterns to go for 15c each. Curtain Ends, 49c. 75 Irish point, Brussels, and Rococo curtain ends representing lace cur tains that would sell up to $10 a pair for 49c. C1. .Special Sale linings. CzC for yard-w ide percaline in all us colors and black worth 12 l-2c. 9.aC for yard-wide closely woven Si-"4- lesias. in all colBrs and black, worth 12 l-2c ,i ., QZC for yard-wide pfaln "black, neat JS figured waist IininKS. worth 12 l-2c "J.2C for yard-wide "Silver Sheen" lvJ4 wears and looks better than silk everywhere 25c 1 AC for shrunk hairctte duck usual 1 u ly sells for 15c. OQC for imported mercerized "silket "J ine" suitable for cape and coat linings Regular price, 50c. Special Sale Bcdwcar. .QiLC for ready-made pillow cases U4- hemmed, ironed, and torn by hand cambric finish worth 12c. QZC for ready-made hemstitched pil Js low cases 15 by 36 inches worth 12 l-2c. 21 29c. 29 39 C for bleached bolster cases deep hemmed heavy quality worth C for bleached ready-made sheets- J l- yards long worth 39c. C for 81 by 90 ready-made bleached snoots good muslin worth 19c. CQC for hemstitched 81 by 90 inches "J ready-made bleached bheets which are worth 75c. Hechts9 sale of boys' clothing Is on everybody's tongue buyers and dealers alike marvel at the values wlm-U are so extraordiuni'V for October at a tune when everv clothier in town is getting fall prices, and 1 prirvs at that. i i.;,..t .. - fi. if ;c nw-.- r.... . i a i . . . - i' ' "p IH1- 'V- "v'u "Ul r si"-k. our u comes trom our regular makers, and it goes to rov witk our in, hmilPd assurance of salisfaotiou. It comes to us at an enormous concession, aml'it is rv ticularly enormous, considering that it is October-just at the beginning of Avearin- time. It .iH easy enough to buy clothing cheap and sell it at seemingly low prices. Such clothing fe cheap clothing, ami is not worthy your buying. That is what makes his sale even of greater importance the qualities are the best. .73 for boys' check cheviot i vestie suits, in sizes 3 to S years, trimmed-. with silk braid; also double-breasted styles ot same material in sizes 8 to 1G years; both sorta lined with serge liniug; the regular value "offered at S3. for boys' ail-wool cheviot and Scotch mixed cheviot vestie suits, with round collars, trimmed with silk braid and fancy buttons; also double-breastert suits of same material, in sizes up to 10 years; , suits Mich as sell for $1 and more. CT 1 AO for D0,'s' fine str'Pel w'or- I iK ste( and b'aclc and blue vPvvD cheviot vest suits, with Italian lining, with double-breasted vests like those in men's suits, trim med with pearl buttons, and worth no less than ?7.50. for boys' covert top coats which will be even more stylish than last season in sizes to fit boys up to 16 years; made with plain and velvet collars; made with good linings, you'll see them in other stores at ?5 98 and more. til Yottth's all-wool fancy csastawrr aad cberlot Mtts (wMeta are anftnurtoctf aB wool), and also a lot ot black and bin Cheviot softs which are not alt all wool, but which wmM bar aafet to yen, no doubt, by others as all wool; hi sta 14 to 19 rears, and suit a whteh wn have never botoght for less rr v rc u j ... V so for S2.98 Black and blue cheviot knee pants. for 12 l-2c pair instead of 22c. Fine all-wool knee pants, some with double seats and knees, instead of 79c pair, for I9c. Another let at youths' salts In stss 14 to 1 rears, of all-wool Plata bkiek sad btwe and fancy tbar- iots, worsd and eanatnMroa, and Mat striped worsted, -which nra m very stylish; with stogie and doubto-breast- ed coats and vests, which are regularly sold for $10, to go for Boys century cloth shirt waists, for 19c instead of 29c. Black and grey wool knee pasts. i striped and mixed cheviots, finr He pair instead of 30c. ar ding selling new cress goods. The six lots of new desirable dress goods which we put on sale tomorrow morning at the prices we have quoted for them should literally pack the aisles in front of the dress goods de partment tomorrow. At no former time have we made an equal effort for your patronage. In each instance (he values arc known quantities, and in each we have sacrificed our profits considerably. LADIES' CLOTH yaid and one-half wide all wool all new fall shades and black, 75c yaid elsewhere. . CHEVIOT SEKGE all wool and 50 inches wide navy blue and black; sell at 75c elsewhere. PLAID DRESS STUFFS Camel's hair, bourettes, silk-striped pop lins, homespun effects, etc 38 and 10 inches wide; newest combina tions and handsomest. 9c '8c BLAfiK SERGE all wool and yard wide heavy twilled sort; excel lent for fall and winter wear; elsewhere at f0c. HOMESPUNS yard and one-half wide; all wool; light and medium and dark grey, blue and black; 1.25 elsewhere. BROAPCL.OTHS yard and one-half wide; all wool; heavy twillea back; .newest fall shades and black, elsewhere $1.25. The silk sale scheduled for tomorrow is made up Jof values as great in every instance as those which -steroid of last Sunday, and which drew almost unman ageable crowds on the following Monday. It sounds almost in credible to talk of lowering the prices of silks, when, because of the advance of prices of silk at wholesale, retailers everywhere are raising prices, but it is a fact. The worthiest silk go tomor row at LOWER prices. ' Taffeta silks you know how popular they are to be. The great demand for them indicates to us that the3' will be extremely fashionable this winter. ,."500 yards of the very best quality that any store is offer ing for (55c a yard will be put on sale tomorrow morn ing at 49 cents; in all best colors; soft finish and high lustre. Fancy taffetas in striped and plaid and check and figured patterns 1,S()0 yards of it the most beau tiful Swiss and domestic taffetas to go tomorrow at 40c, although this very same quality is selling at 75c and 85c a yard. Every yard of it is guaranteed to be purest silk; it is of a soft lustrous quality and will give the best satisfaction; no better silk for evening and street costumes. Black silks in the sale. BLACK SATIN DUCHESSE-24 inches wide: all silk; extra high lustrous finish; wear guaranteed; best raven black; ?1.50 value. BLACK GROS GRAIN 24 inches wide and pure silk; cashmere finish and wear guaranteed, $1 value. BLACK TAFFETA 23 inches wide; purest s.ilk and best blapk a quality which sells at $1 everywhere. BLACK PEAU DE SOIB sort which is reversible and can ba made up on either side; soft and ilch; ecII usually at $1, e saie Black velvets the same which created such a sen sation last Monday when we sold it at same price there are 25 pieces of i t for tomorrow's selling; the very best black; every yard of it imported; extra heavy pile yet fine and soft; elegant for waist trim ming; regular 1 value. GylorCjd silk velvets 200 pieces of this will be put on sale tomorrow morning. They are of the extra fine closely' woven sort, and are in every shade, including the scarce' shades of grey, pearl, castor, mode, golden. Every -store in town is selling it at 1. No shoewanter should skip these add if they do they ignore the opportunity for a very material saving. It is not an offering of un worthy footwear, but a sale of the most trustworthy qualities,' all of which are sold to you with our guar anty of satisfaction, and which it is your privilege to return if they do not prove satisfactory. SI Q8 a pair instead of 54-00 for a lot of ladies' velvet kid i'l.JU hand-sewed button shoes; made on newest toes; in every Size and width, shoes which bear the Stamp of fine workmanship. n7C Par instead of $1.30 for lot of ladies' felt Juliets, in an ns J sortment of colors; tastefully trimmed with fur around the tops; made with hand-turned soles. 1 CT.C Palr instead of 33e for ladies' broadcloth ovorgaiters, with cloth straps, a very material saving, you can see. y 49( pair instead of 75c for lot of children's stjlish button and lace shoes; ith hand-turned soles in sizes 4 to 8. 513-515 Seventh Street, IB li M I Here are wonderful values, ;entSemen, at $12.50 and $ Xo clothier on earth crowds so much value in suits and top coats at 12.50 and 15 as we do in ours. First of all Ave go to the fountain head buy our woolens from the mills and hare them made up to suit us. We use better linings and better trimmings, give the greatest care to the small details, and we get results which axe only to be seen in custom tailors productions. We show an enormous variety of patterns and we carry an almost unlimited assortment of shapes from which we fit all sizes of meif. Tn suits, at present, at 12.50 and 15 we are showing the largest assortment of stylish striped worsteds in town. We give you the choice of double breasted vests if you want them we give you the full back short coats or those not so much so. In top coats the variety is as large coverts in everv shade black thibels and black cheviots all with silk linings and satin sleeve linings made short box style or medium length and conservatively full to give them just a touch of stylishness. Xo other clothier shows you the equal of either the suits or the top coats for less than 2.50 more, and does not, as Ave do. offer you the privilege of easy payments. Particular attention is called to the black thibet suits we are showing at 10. The selling of these during the past feAV Aveeks has been enormous. Suits like them equal to them in every way cost 3 to 5 more olseAviiere. , .J- UVvn,ln,U mr,r r4- iVf U4-1 ?? 4- Aquiauc MMiiiMeaj at ucbiits t The jurv of the vicinage have rendered 1 their verdict and Tlechts' millinery has been awarded the judgment. What a congre- j? gation of beauty. Tt surpasses by far any j previous showing. In quality and in effect T it is superior, and it represents the season's x best millinery fashions, enhanced by original thoughts, creditable alike to our artists and our department. Yesterday we started a sale of ladies' lovely trimmed hats and the success of it Avas overwhelming. Every effort Avas strained to make it the strongest attraction of the season and it is. We did Avhat others haA-e not A-et done Ave reduced prices threw regular profits to the Avinds, and in doing so held out the most irre sistible values. The Sale is continued tomorrow and as you take them away others will be put in their places, so that the interest Avill be unremitting. Here are tAvo lots: T ( A. T wH f J 2 T V- ffl T"' .j- ! IU TUT 5 X s5? .!. $3.98 for $5.98 for trimmed hats of velvet and an immense assortment of la felt hi large, small, or medium a' trimnied hats, in every de ,, , I sirable and fashionable shape; shapes, in all the newest colors , m hlv0 snial and modimn; in and black exceedingly stylish j all colors; in the newest effects hats from our own workrooms. I in ve,vet and felt- Tlu'l'e are " .... , . v,. , L. . ' more stvhsh hats to be found the hats Ave oiler at this pr.ee than thp. .md lwy ;u.e selHlg are honest 0.98 values. nl $7.9S to 12.08. Ladies' Straight lirim Hats, bound and trimmed Avith folded band of velvet and quill, Avhich have been A 1.4!), for yC Safe of untrimmed hats, etc. Table consisting of la dies' untrimmed felt hats in all colors, which sold for $1.25, but which have become somewhat c ush ed and wrinkleJ; 1 QC to go for Lot of misses" and chil dren's Tarn O'Shamer lints in all colors with edge bound with velvet and made of velvet and braided felt, in all colors and black, wh ch sold for ""..SI .68 Table full of wings, tea ey feathers tad qaii:. for hat-prettyiag. which sold or 49c, lo ge for Ml Xo other store sIioavs such an assortment of mourning rr00ds trimmed bonnets, trimmed hats, A'eils, etc. We are rapid ly becoming known as leaders in this line also. Draperies. ic yd. 200 yards of silkoline. gold crepe, and cretonnes, in a great assortment of col ors and styles such as sell for 12 l-2c a yard, for 5 l-2c. Smyrna Rugs, 98c. Large size Smyrna rugs in the hand somely Oriental patterns and colors fringed on both ends 30 by 60 worth double for 9Sc. Blankets, 49c. A lot of 10-1 blankets choice ot white or grey in desirable borders instead of 73c. for 49c. $4 Blankets, $2.G9. A lot of 11-4 California blanket full double bed size with pink, blue, and red borders instead of $4, for $2.60. Curtain Swiss. 9c. 36-inch white dotted figured Swiss in the handsomest designs instead of 15c a yard, for 9 7-Sc Oilcloth. 5e a. yard. Heavy stair or runner oilcloth la a new line of styles and colors, 5 l-2c a yard. !.rI-f!-,!------4-r,rI,I"I