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Lansburgh Bro
This perfect fitting Wrapper made of
line quality percale in dainty shades of
light blue pink and heliotrope full front
with fancy white yoke edged with ruffle
and braid trimming the new shaped
sleet e turn oer collar excellent width
skirt finished with deep full
flounce separate waist lining VOf
sizes 31 tL Regular LGS Special UX1
price -
Lansburgh Bro
- 420 fo 426 Seventh St
Our Entire Stock of
I Baby Carriages
and GoCarts
Not a vehicle In the entire lot is i
reserved The handsomest patterns x
and richest upholsteries of the sea- I
son are now being sacrificed at 25 I
per cent less than actual worth 4
prices Payments arranged to suit
jou weekly or monthly All Sum- 4
mm uiJinuic ui uurciiii puces
Mammoth J
U7E1S 52U23 ithSt N W
Eet H and I Sts
Perhaps you would liko to laugh
if so you irint perfect tth You can
haw arthln in DENTISTRY at the lowest
prices Satisfaction guaranteed Painless op
Electrical appliances for evening work
Consultation tree
Inrahds visited at their homes j compe
tent dentist 15 jean experience
weekly or monthly payments
Office and Hrsldracc 1011 H St y W
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A Bargain
In a rplttidid squire Piano
excellent tcne and condition
Etelnwir and Other Piano
923 Pa Avo
Ue Coke once and youll nerer use
coal during the lusted term Make a
hot Are yon want it leaving no
dirt and no cl En Vera Jut the thing or
this pea sou Order some today
25 bushel Large Coke delivered tlOT
40 bu JieL Large Coke delivered jj W
CO Luhel Large CoVe delivered W 10
E5 buhel Crushed Coke delivered 52 50
iO buhcl Cnuhed Coke delivered 3 70
CO Im hela CnuJied Coke ddirered530
4 Tenth Street N W
IZ S14 Tlh at 710 Uarkt avaea
w stain ciort corner u ana
Streets Brioches all orer lis city
nj In all markets
Wl 993 Screnth St
Complete Ilousefurniihrrs
A Claim for sTlSOO Aliened to lie
Lupoid on a Iollcj
Suit was filed against the Metropolitan
Life Insurance Company jesterday by
Carrie B Perkins to recover J1G0 claimed
to be due her by tho defendant It Is
Elated that on June 18 1900 the defendant
issued a policy of insurance to Charles
II Perkins for 1150 payable upon Ills
death to his widow the plaintiff
Perkins died on June 10 last and proofs
of his death were forwarded to the In
surance company which it Is said re
fused and still refuses to pay the policy
Blrney Woodard are named as counsel
for the plaintiff
CASTOR I A furlnfjuSacfJCUdrix
pal KJnd You Have Alwajs Bought
Sonic Results of Second Class Mail
Privilege Restrictions
Miliprrwslim nf Oliicetlonnlile Patent
flrdielne ilv ertlslnir Mn Follow
V lloHtoii linn tnlies to Confer
It la the- lOMtiuilHtcr General
After a lengthy consultation with pub
lishers of leading newspapers In tho Now
Krgland States R G Underwood of Bos
ton has come to Washington for a con
lennce with tho Pojtmaster Oenoral In
relation to various reforms In the privi
leges of the second class mall matter
class announced to go Into effect October
-1 The reforms are understood to embrace
the sjpressloii of objectionable advertising
matter and especially advertisements of
certain patent medicines Accordingto Mr
Undcniood newspapers which print these
advertisements after October 1 will bo de
nied transmission through the malls as
second class mall matter
The question is one of great impor
tance to newspaper publishers wild Mr
Underwood jesterday and more espec
lilly so to the publishers of small country
papers Numerous reforms will be
I tuted on October 1 Among the matters
which we wish to discuss nnd consider
with the Postofllce Department are the
What adv crtlscments can be declined
by a newspaper Whit is a newspaper
legally Action of the Postolllce Depart
ment regarding publications which insert
objectionable advertisements Status of
certain trade publications when the pub
lishers are directly Interested in another
business and refuse to insert nt regular
rates advertisements from their competi
These aro a few questions added Mr
Underwood which the PostoIIice Depart
ment will be asked to consider The agi
tation started through the fact hat the
medical advertising has grown boMer and
more offensive every jcar so much so
that many libraries in the United States
have declined to allow publications print
ing them in their rooms
Speaking of tho 0000 small country pa
pers Mr Underwood declared that they
will be benelited by the reforms
which the Postofflce Department is about
to Inaugurate It la understood that Mr
Underwood has made a test case before
the department In regard to the Brock
ton Times
The Third Assistant Postmaster Gen
eral jesterday gave out the construction
by the Assistant Attorney General for
the Postolllce Department of the act of
July 16 1191 relating to benevolent fra
ternal and educational publications In
u circular letter issued to postmasters
regarding the matter Mr Madden said
In considering applications for the
entrj of publications tinder the act of
July IS liSl postmasters will be guidfd
by the words of the law and extracts
from opinions of tho Assistant Attorney
General for this department pur ihed
The act referred to roads ns fluws
Provided that from and after tho
pissage of this act all periodical judica
tions issued from a known place e f pub
lication at statiKl Intervals and as fre
quentlj as four times a jear bj or under
the auspices of a benevolent or fraternal
or order organized under the lodge
sjstcm and having a bona fide member
ship of not less than lnoo persons or b
a regularly incorporated Institution of
learning or by or under the auspices of a
trades union and all publications of
strictly professional literarj historical
or scientific societies Including the bulle
tins issued by State boards of health
shall be admitted to the mails its second
class matter and the postage thereon shall
be the same as on other seond class
matter and no more provided fur
ther that such matter shall be originated
and published to further the oojects and
purposes of such society order trades
union or institution of learning and shall
be formed of printed piper sheets with
out board cloth leather or other sub
stantial binding surh as distinguish
printed books for preservation from peri
odical publications
Tho opinion rendered by James Ty
ner the Assistant Attorney General for
the Postolflce Department under date of
April 4 1000 is ns follows
I have the honor to acknowledge the
receipt of jour communication of thf 29th
ultimo requesting my opinion as to the
meaning of the terms a regularly Incor
porated Institution of learning as con
tained in tho act of July 16 1SS4 relating
to the admission to the malls as second
class matter of publications Issued by be
nevolent or fraternal societies Institu
tions of learning etc
The case jou present is thit of tho
Gainesville Business College Companj of
Gainesville Tex which mikes applica
tion for the admission to the second class
rates under the provisions of thf act of
July 16 ISSi of a periodical publication
Issued by said company
You state thit there are two classes of
institutions appljlng for the privileges of
this act first those of a public character
incorporated under the name of the In
stitution Itself and second those of a
private character incorporated by a stock
companj lor purpose or gain
In Judgment the aim of the act of
July 1C 13J Is to promote the Interests
of Institutions of learning organized for
the benefit of the public and not for
or person maintaining and con
ducting a school college or place of in
struction for the personal benefit of the
owner or stockholders
The Gainesville Business College
Companj Is Incorporates under tho laws
of the State of Texas for the purpose of
giving Instruction and such business Is
conducted for the benefit of the stock
holders of the companj This companj is
not In my Judgment a regularly Incor
porated Institution of learning within the
meaning of the net of July 16 1S94 nnd
therefore a publication issued by It is not
admissible to tho malls as second class
matter under the act
Under date of January 21 1901 Mr
Tvncr held
J have before mo jour letters dated
November 30 1900 and December 7 1900
with which jou submitted a number of
specimen periodicals and ask to have a
settlement of the following questions
Ilrst The right of a publisher under
the educational act to insert any adver
tising not pertaining strictly and Immedi
ately to the propigation of learning In Its
technical sense as inculcating a knowl
edge of those bnnches of education which
cultivate and enlarge the mind as distinct
from the sale of school furniture or any
other article
Under this law to entitle a paper to be
sent through tho malts at second cliss
rates among other things the matter con
tained therein shall be originated and
published to further the objects and pur
poses of such societj order trades union
or Institution of learning In reply there
fore to jour enquiry designated Ilrst 1
have to state that in m opinion a paper
containing advertisements In tho Interest
of other persons or concerns than the so
ciety order trndes union or Institution of
learning which such paper represents is
not entitled to the privileges of tho law
quoted My opinion Is strengthened by
the fact that the act of Congress Mirch
3 18791 which authorizes you to accept
at second clnss rates certain periodical
publications having a legitimate list of
subscribers expressly states
That nothing herein contained shall
be so construed as to prohibit the Inser
tion In periodicals of advertisements at
tached perminenlly to the same
Tills proviso applies onlj to the act In
which It was Incorporated and as Con
gress has not seen lit to Insert a slmllir
provision fn the act of July 16 1S91 we
cannot place It there
Tia Hurrnckn Concert
A concert will be Riven hy the band of
the United States Murine Corp at the
Marine Barracks this afternoon at 5 35
p m when the following programme will
be rendtred
March Otneral Heywood Santclmann
Orrrture Fidel lo letthot n
S lection Mikado kulHwn
Clarionet nolo Wultx Arte hrhrefner
MuIflan Jar flue anpoucke
Grand fantasia II Trovatore Verdi
Inlermeuo Hinwi Kranke
Excerpt from Tho CranI DucIichs OfTenhaci
Patriotic hjmn Hall Columbia 1 hM
Bears tho
remain here until October whn nls res
ignation will go Into effect lie will then
go to his home to begin his Senatorial
Bishop Satterlee of Washington who
has been spending some time at Twilight
Park In the Catskllls has gone to Quogue
L I for the balance of the reason
Mr and Mrs Herbert Livingston Sat
terlee of New York the former of whom
Is a relative of the lilshop are being
congratulated upon the birth of a baby
girl Little Miss Satterlee being a grand
daughter of Mr J Plerpont Morgan will
take a leading rank among tho richest
heiresses of this country or for that mat
ter any other
Mrs Satterlee is spending the summer
with her husband at Great Neck I I
She was Miss Ioulsa Morgan and reputed
to be her fathers special favorite and
his constant companion Her marriage In
November last was one of the most im
portant events of tho New Yofk season
Mr Harry Irfhr and his possible success
or failure as a social mogul now that he
Is married has btn keeping Newport In
a thrilling state of expectancy ever since
his arrival there with his bride So far
he has made no palpable effort to test the
present strength of his former power so
that the fashionable world inside of New
port and out has no means of knowing
to what extent his prestige as a squire to
dames his been damaged by his mar
riage to Mrs Dahlgren Now however
a court chronicler of New Yorks four
hundred states that Mr Lehr is to give
tit Arlclgh the Newport villi he has
taken for the season a dance which is
st for the end of this month To quote
the writer What with Mrs Herman Oel
richs circus on Saturday and Mrs Stvve
Tishs patent medicine dance tho gjm
khana meeting anel domestla pet races
organized by Mrs Ilurke Roche anel her
friends the ground appears to be pretty
well covired and It Is difficult Just now to
see what novelty the genial nd domestic
Harry can offer In the way of ente rtain
Rear Admiral and Mrs Howlson are at
Saratoga Springs
Senator Martin of Vlrginli and Mrs
Martin will sill August 1 for a month
or two of travel abroad
Miss Josephine Roirdman who his
been spenellng the summer at the sea
coast home of the family a Manchester
is now the guest of Miss llcbu Hay at
the IelN the country picof the Sec
retary In New Hampshire
Smatorand Mrs Miller and illss liessle
Miller are ut Atlantic CH
Preparations nre being mule In New-
port for the appoachlng marrl ige of Miss
Lily Oelrichs daughter of Charles M Oel
richs and niece of Mrs Theodore A
Haveneyer of New York to Pet r I
Martin of Sah Francisco The invlt itions
are not out but It Is generally believed
that the wedding will take pae on Sep
tember 17 The family hss never author
ized an announcement for the previous
dates of the wedding Mr Mirtln and his
fiancee aro a popular 3 oung couple and J
are invucu 10 au imponani social iunc
tlons Miss Oelrichs Is considered one of
the prettiest girls in New York and her
winnings manners have made her a host
of friends Despite the fact that no cards
havo been Issued the bride elect is in re
ceipt of many valuable presents
Mrs R Dorsey Mohun Miss Laura
and Master Re glnaid Mohun sailed yes
terday from New Yoftc for Antwerp on
the Kenslrgton
Major and Mrs Charles G Ayres who
have been spending the past month at
Newport left esterday for Portland Me
to spend the remainder of the summer
Mr and Mrs Ralph Given are spending
the summer at
Miss Mae Clancy and Mr C G Cham
bers of Newcastle Pa bo married
September 12
Mr3 Abble A Emery and Miss Ina C
Lmery have returned from an outing on
the Muskoka and Rosseau Lakes In Can
ada and at Nligara Falls and will leave
later on a trip to the Maine coast and
about New England
The pan American diplomatic contin
gent is cattered to the four winds this
summer Slost of them have vlsiteel or
will make a brief sojourn at the big show
at Buffalo bjt only the representatives
of a few of the less prominent nations
will make any protracted stay at the
fiueen city of the lakes tays an out of
town writer Senor Azplro s the Mexican
Ambassador and tho mt mbers of his
good sized official household have Just
established themselves at Allenhurst
N J The lirazllian Minister and his wifo
nnd children are summering at Seabrlght
on the New Jersey ceist Mr Ije ger tho
Minister freim Haytl the Chilean Min
ister nnd family and several other South
American are at Deer Park on the sum
mit of the AlleRhuriles and Senor Del
Vlso tho charge daffaires of the Argen
tine legation Is booked for u sojourn at
M inchester has found exceeding favor
in the eveB of thn Diplomatic Corps al
most every nation represented at the
National Capital having elected to spend
the season by its billowy shores
The Charge dAffalres of the Russian
Embassy and Mrs De Wollant will re
main until the end of tho summer at
Narragansett b r they have leased a
prttty cottage
Mrs and the Misses Hltchcewk wife
anil daughters of the Secretary or the
Interior are spending the summer In the
White Mountains
An AiiilinHMnilorV Return Continued
The report that Andrew D White
United States Ambissidor at Rerlln is
to return to the United Slates was con
firmed at the State Department jtstcr
diy It Is not known vvlcn he will sill
but permission was granted him some
time ago to come to the United States
on leave to attend to some personal mat
ters and it Is said that his visit has no
olllclal significance
IIIiIh for ll VelillliltllK Inli
Rids for furnlsliing an electric motor
to run ihe ventilating fan In the old
Postothce Department building have- been
oik ned In the ottlee of the Chief Clerk of
the Interior Department 1 litre were
onlv two bidders is follows National
Hleilric Supply Companj of this ctt
w70 and tlu Of iwil Ilettrie Compiny
of lUltlmore K7i fl htt motors are to he
dellvercel at once The contract will Ijo
awarded today
Ilelter for the Illouil 1 linn Snrxniin
For tlioe living In ilienilarU district Crovei
Tjstcle M CUI11 Tonic
i 1
J j Quality Your Security Here j Washingtons Only EXCilJSive Carpet House J Quality Your Security Here
Velvets regular price of
which is 150
Other makes of Wil
ton Velvets legular
pi ice of which is 130
The very best Wilton
Velvets which fcell
lilarlv for
135 a
yard for
Purchase of
Instead of 175 we
shall sell Bigelow Ax
miiihters at
special price tf Ql
of ouLtz
Smiths Extra Axmin
sters tegular price of
which is 175 Q J7
yard for will I 2
Smiths Axminsters
which every store sells
regularly for 074 n
135 yd for d 2ji
Bigelow 5 frame Body
Brussels the usual
price of which
is 135 a
yaid for
SI 12
Other patterns of Big
elow 5 frame Body Brus
sels which ate sold
Special lot of 5 frame
Body Brussels regular
price of which is Qln
125 yard for JTU
Roxbury Brussels
Genuine Roxbury
Brussels which all car
pet houses sell at a dol
lar a yard
Ten - wire Brussels
which sell at Soc
a yard in all oth
er stores for
Agra Carpets such as
are sold usually for a
dollar a jard
Extra Super All wool
Ingrain Carpets regu
larly sold at PO Ln
75c a 3ard for Oau
Art Squares
2 1 2 by 3 yard best
all wool Ingrain Art
Squares instead of
750 during tc or
this sale 0LJ
3 by 3 yard Best All
w 00I 1 11 g r a i 11 Art
Squares instead of 9
during this
this sale
Instead of the usual last of August dullness in Carpet selling the balance of the
month shall be a season of unusual activity here All the objections against buying
early shall be overcome by the inducements we shall make in the sale we start today of
The stocks wliiGli weve secured at 50c on the dollar the result ol the recent consolidation ol
E S Higgins Carpet Co and the Hartford Carpet Co two ol the largest concerns in the country
The immense purchase consists of close on to three carloads of the very highest
grade carpets which we offer at really unheard of prices values which will cause
competitors to stand aghast and which will make this the most-talked-of store in town
All carpets bought during this sale will be cut now and made up and put down
later when you desire it the only requirement being that you make a cash deposit now
and pay the balance when the carpets are on the floor
No greater evidence that rthis house sells high grade carpets for less than others
could be desired han the facts that we have recently secured the following contracts
in competition with other large Carpet houses of this city and New York
14000 yards 5 frama Body Brussels lor the Government Buildings
2000 yards Wilton Velvet lor floor House of Representatives
1000 yards Bigelow Wilton for floor United States Senate
2000 yards Bigelow Wilton for committee rooms United States Capitol
1200 yards Wilton Velvet for the Columbia Theatre
75 rooms of Bigelow Wilton for Raleigh Hotel
Five frame Bigelow
Wilton regular price of
which is 27o O i QO 1
Five frame Whittall
Victoria Wiltons usual
price of which
is 27o and Pj 77 1
3for Oil I 2
Other make five frame
genuine Wiltons which
arc sold regularly for
Wilton Velvets
Smiths 0000 Wilton
At no time previously
has the Rug Depart
ment been so complete
and the special prices
are as plentiful here as
1 elsewhere in the stoie
The following gives you
aii idea
9 by 12 foot Imperial
Smyrna Rugs instead
of 45 during 1
this sale
9 by 12 foot Smyrna
Rugs sold usually at
32 during
this sale
7 ft 0 in by 10 ft G in
Smyrna Rugs instead
of 32 during ij J Q 7c
this sale 0 i I J
3 by 6 foot Smyrna
Riigsfully worth 25
during this DQ HC
sale wwi Lu
Single Smyrna Door
Hats instead of 125
each during this CCn
sale Dub
9 by 12 foot Woven
Wilton Rugs one piece
instead of
50 during
n Kspeclnl IIumIiichn Cnlleil HIni
Here Irom eitbur X II
Secretary Hay who has besn spending
the summer at Newbury N H returned
to Washington esterda and was at his
olnce in the State Department for the
greater part of the day There was no
special business which called him here
at this time as all affairs of the State
Department were being well cared for by
Acting Secretary Adee
No significance Is attached therefore
to Mr Hays return He has been kept
thoroughly posted with the progress of
affairs of tho Department of State during
his absence His family Is still at his
summer home Secretary Hay expects to
remain here the greater part of next week
and will then probably return to New
bury to remain for several weeks longer
He will be here next week to receive a
committee of ten citizens of St Louis who
are coming hero to meet him upon mat
ters pertaining to the forthcoming Lou
isiana Purchase Imposition
Men Ilrliiir 1nllited for Asiatic- Ser
v ice und for Torpedo llonts
The reports of examinations of candi
dates for warrant machinists are com
ing In from the Asiatic Station and It Is
expected that the fifty men of this class
allow eel by the last Congress will be ap
pointed some time In October-
J The iavy Is In need of good machinists
I anel is enlisting them at all the recruiting
offices They are being sent aboard the
f battleships In order that they mly receive
j Instruction which will qualify them for
promotion at the earnest elate possime
The bureau is also seeking machinists
for the torpedo boat service
Army Orders
Col Ernest A Garllngton Inspector
gene ral now In San Francisco Is directed
to report to the Inspector General in this
city for temporary duty
Contract Surgeon Uevans Is relieved of
duty in the Department of Alaska nnd
ordered to report to the commander of
the Department of California for assign
ment to duty v
Frank I Otis Is by direction of tho
President honomhi dlschargeel as first
lieutenant Philippine Scouts to date Au
gust 5 1901 by reason of his acceptance
or appointment of second lieutenant or
Capt Hej bert Deakyne Corps of En
gineers Is directed to take station at
Tampa Instead of St Augustine Fla
Major Robert I Rates U S Army Is
relieved by the Acting Secretary of War
from duty nt Franklin and Marshall Col
lege Lane ister Pa
Capt William II Hart commissary Is
directed to make not to exceeel tv o visits
per month from Chicago III to Akron
Ohio on olllclal business pertaining to
the inspection of subsistence stores
Contract Surgeon Louis A Thompson
now at San Francisco Is ordered to re
port to the Surgeon General in this clty
fnr instructions
Capt John S Kuiii assistant surgeon
Is iletailesl u s a member of the examining
boird eonvenfd at Governors Island dur
ing the temporarv absence of First Lieut
Allle W Willi ims assistant surgeon
Seeond Li ut John H Murphy Is trans
fers d from First Infantry to the Artil
lery Corps and assigned to the Tvvent
nlnth Coast Artillery
lis OnlrM
Lieut II II Christy to Academy Sep
tember 1
Naval Cadets G C Westervelt A O
Howe C A Conway 1 1 Yates A An
drews S M Henry J A Furer nnd J J
Ilannlgiu detached Constellation upon
completion of course at Torpedo Mntlon
to home two weeks leave
9 by 12 foot Bundhar
Wilton Rugs instead of
loj during 1
this sale
Other makes in 9 by
12 foot Wilton Rugs
which sell at 4250
Best Inlaid Linole
ums including English
and bairns make in
stead of 150 Qj 00
square yard forliZZ
Best American Inlaid
Linoleums which sell
usually ior 145 a
square yard Ol ryi
for OhUl2
Heaviest printed Lin
oleum which is consid
ered cheap at 1
a square yard QOLn
Second Grade Frinted
Linoleums kind sold
usually at C5c a M ft
square yd for fr L
CLARK DAYENPORT 813 Pennsylvania Avenue
The rrcsldcnt and Mrs McKinlcy ac
companied tho Comptroller and Mrs
Dawes who have been visiting them nt
their Canton home were entertained at
luncheon Tuesday by Mrs Iiarber the
sister of Mrs McKlnley Mrs llarber Is
at Meyers I ake a summer resort with
in a pleasant driving distance from tho
Mclvinley home Mr and Mrs Dawes
left jesterday for Washington and will
The Illinois to He Cninniiaalosied
With Full Term diluted Men
It Is expected that the battleship Illi
nois will go into commission about Sep
tember lCt At the picsent time there
are only fifty seven vacancies In her
complement of 492 men No men are to
be detailed to this vessel who have not
fully three years to serve and It Is the
Intention of the Bureau of Navigation to
revert to the old practice of putting ships
In commission with officers and crew who
have three years to serve and endeavor
ing to retain the complement Intact dur
ing that period
The practice which was necessarily
brought about during the Spanish-American
war of frequently transferring men
and officers from one ship to another has
worked much to the detriment of the
efficiency of vessels It is expected that
tho complement will be tilled by Septem
ber 1 and no petty officers for service
aboard hir will be enlisted after that date
Irom the latest reports the Prairie and
the Olvmpla will be ready for commis
sioning In October Orders have been Is
sued by the Bureau of Navigation to as
semble their crews on board the Wabash
nt Boston
Title to 10000 Acres IIIiikch on
Trilml LMiiKe or Common Iiivv
At the Interior Department yesterday It
was stated there was nothing new in the
report telegraphed from Omaha Neb
that the Secretary of the Interior had de
cided that children born of an Indian
mother married to a white man followed
the status of the father
This decision it was said was promul
gated more than a ear ago It seems
the titles to 1000 acres of land In Hold
and Knox Counties have been nullified by
the above decision This case however
It was said Is one for the courts and not
the Interior Department to decide
This evening the steamer Charles Mac
akster will make the regular Thursday
evening trip to Marshall Hall and Indian
Head and If th evening should prove to
be a pleasant one a large crowd Is ex-
pecteel to go and enjoy the sail to Indian
Head or stop off at Marshall IlalZ and
indulge in the dancing as Prof Schroeder
alwavs Has an attractive dance pro
gramme The steamer will leave at the
usual hour 630 p m Parties spending
the ela at Marshall Hall may avail them
selves of the Indian Head trip without
extra cost Week day trips are made to
Marshall Hall at 10 a m nnd 230 p m
Sundavs to Mar hall Hall at 11 a m 2 20
and una p m
Few are entirely free from it
It may develop so slowly as to cause
little if any disturbance during the whole
period of childhood
It may then produce Irregularity of tho
stomach and bowels dyspepsia catarrh
und marked tendency to consumption
before manifesting Itoelf in much cutaneous
eruption or glandular swelling
It Is best to be sure that you are quite
free from it and for Its complete eradica
tion you can rely on
Hoods Sarsaparilla
The best ot all medicines for all humors
New York Washington Parli
During the summer store closes
at 3 oclock Saturdays at 1
Our September Booklet The
Student now in presswill be of
great assistance to parents in pre
paring their sons and daughters
for school or college If of inter
est to yon leave or send us your
address and we will mail you a
Midsummer Sale
White Goods
Second Floor
The end of the manu
facturers season has
been reached and they
are glad to find an out
let for surplus stocks
We have just clfised out
from one of our leading
manufacturers of White
Goods his surplus stock Special
consisting of five thou- Price
sand yards of Novelties 1 71
in White Goods in neat 2C
stripes beautiful lace A
stripes and exquisite Yard
dotted effects
White Goods can never
go out of style You can
buy today for next
spring if you have
enough for now know
ing that the patterns you
select will he as proper
as if you waited and paid
double or more next year
They are all new fresh perfect
goods of this seasons production
and comprise all the newest and
most popular effects They are so
beautiful and the price is so low
that eery one will feel shcan af
ford at least one or more dress or
Regular Prices
20c 25c and 30c
Second floor 11th st
Special Sale
Mens Half Hose
First Floor
50 dozen Mens Fast 5 pairs
Black Cotton Half Hose for
The regular 25c quality 00
Also 75 dozen pairs
Mens Fancy Half nose 35c
in neat and prettj effects a
The regular 50c quality pair
3 Pairs for SI00
First floor
Special Value in
Walking Skirts
Third iloor
Practical garments
that should have a place
in every womans ward
robe They are not only
comfortable but conven
ient and cleanly and al
low thefree use of both Cr QQ
We offer a lot of All- each
wool Rainy day Skirts in
black and gray with
ilrmnce or flare and heav
ily stitched around bot
toms All lengths Oth
er Walking Skirts from
750 -to 1250
Third floor
Summer Girdles
Corset Dept Second floor
Decidedly cooler than
corsets and especially
desirable for wear with
light summer dresses A
small special lot just re- fl 1 fjn
cened made of linen P
tape straight front siz
es 18 to 25 Special
Second floor
Special Values in
Furniture Dept
Fourth floor
Ladies Solid Oak
Desks French legs nice C ff
ly finished large drawer PJ
an exceptional value each
Diamond shaped Hall 7 Cf
Mirrors with hooks for W
coats and hats each
Solid Oak Medicine
Cabinets mirror in CO
front omnartments
large and small bottles
Fourth floor
for v-

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