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Friday Specials
Remnant Dept
We have a line of Tine Taictry Por
tiere Borders in different widths rang
lne In value from 25c to 1 Choice
I2ic Yard
10T0 janls Half wool Light Medium
anil Dirk Dress Goods double width
Stles of fonncr seasons Values from
lEc to 25c arel Choice
7c Yard
To close the lot
MOjards of Plaid and Novelt Dress
Good Remnants latest stlcs 15c and
ISc values
10c Yard
500 vards of Light Stripe and Checked
Domct Flannel 10c value
Oc Yard
We are closing out 19 Fine Tarn O Shan
tcrs Golf Caps and Oriental lieadwear
Values from DOc to 75c Choice
- 33c Each
STO anl of Bleached 4 4 Butcher Cot
ton Ituimants suitable for barber and
waiters coats or aprons i2c value
7c Yard
330 yards of 9 4 Bleached Pearl Sheet
ing Regular 25c value at
7c Yard
1200 ards of 4 4 Heavy Unbleached
Cotton Remnants to close at
t fc Yard
Lansburgh Br o
420 o 420 Seventh St
We Make
Lay and Line
Entirely Free of
Cost and
Will Hurrv the
Work if
You Are in a
on Easy
Weekly or
GUIS Credit
Ii7 19 521 823 Tth St H V
Ect H and I Sts
Inclnding Painless Extraction
tnd our rp en forced suction which makes them
fit ftcrarately Cold crowns 5 porcelain
crowns 1 sold fillings 1 50 up white fill
Iocs COc up Hours 8 30 to 0 Sunday 10 to 4
DR PATTOfiS Painless Cental Parlors
910 F N W 2d Floor
925 Pa Ave
In our operating department we are equipped
with the most recent electrical appluncca for
Filling Teeth
The quality of material used is cf the highest
order aod bur prices bear no suggestion of ex
tortion ttold fl hnss 50 up SUir platina
and amalgam 1 00
In artificial teeth we hare three grades 500
7 00 and 120 per Mt the latier the ben
known to the profession Painless extracting
with or without gas 60 cenU
7th and E sts nw Phone 301 -D
is tised by the saTinir bouewife bfcaunc
it coaU much let thin Coal and male
a quicker and hotter fire No dirt no
dicker Order Coke litre
15 busll Large CoVe dellTtred 1200
id buthrli Larse Coke delirered fJ OO
CO buihcla Large Coke delivered fl 10
S tube Crushed Coke delirered ttiO
0 buifaclt Crushed Coke delirered 70
CO tulxla CnuLed Coke ellWcre di 30
413 Tenth Street N XV
CO Main Store corner 7th and K
Streets Hranchea all over the city
and in all market noSO tfem
Securities niifl some CahIi Itcreiv ereel
From CIctLm
The Comptroller of the Currency re
ceived esterday from Examiner Ewer a
full report of the recent robbery of the
Merchants National Dink of Lowell
llass by the late teller Smith and Book
keeper Swift but declined to make the
report public upon the ground that re
ports of nationil bunk examiners are con
fidential commun Nations to the Comp
trollers ofllee nnn it Is not the practice
to give them publclty
The Comptroller state however that
the rcH t shows that the teller and book
keeper entered the Innk during the night
and abstracted 198810 In cash fcoCso of
eecmitlfs and Jioovjo of collaterals AH
of these securities and 192 Wi of the cash
were recovpresl through the counsel fo
Smlth and Swift and the or loss the
bank appe ars to have suulnea was about
JllSW which has been made good out of
Its surplus and undivided proilts
The examiner states that no promises of
Immunity from punishment as a condition
to he return of the erash and securities
were mnde by the directors and the facts
have all befn placed before the United
States Attorney
C A S T O R I A forlnfjcU asd CMtta
Jht Kind You Have Always Bought
DNtrict KcsidcuH to Aiil in Ad
vuiciiiK the Aich Pioject
A flioruiiKli mull of WnslilnRlon
to Seeiire Funds fur the McKInI
Me imirlnl Pmiifisiil Miiur Aelell
tlimn to iriMillie Ceiiniiilttce
The Executive Committee of the AlcKin
ley National Memorial Arch Association
met joterday afternoon at 1 oclock at
the olllce of the American Sccurityand
Trust Compan All the members of the
committee were present with the excep
tion of Charles C Gloer ard Ucridh
ilklns Clnries J 11 11 presided
drhn Jq tdscn reported from the sub
committee of which he wis chairman the
lln ol members of the District of Colum
bia Committee Suggestions offered b
nrlous members of the Executive Com
mittee were given extended consideration
in order to ensure the complete fuitlllment
of the latter committees purpose to se
cure the most men In the
District to take up the work
n Southard Parker was unitnlmously
chosen to act as chairman of the District
of Colut bia Committee and Ins accepted
lly virtue of his ofllee he becomes a mem
ber of the National llxecutlvc CommltUe
as well Under his direction immediately
after the organization of the committee
It Is puiposed to mnke a thorough cin
vass of cltv and suburbs alike Cleat
hopes are entertulncd for the unqualified
success of the appeal to the cltzens of
l1cU lkM I li I T t
i iimiiuii ttiiuniiwv x le mueni
lcj better than n community In the
whole land with the possible eccptIoi
of Ms lunaer townsmen of Canton
It Is held by the otllcers of the Arsoela
tlon that little could be expected of the
countrj nt laige If the residents of the
Capital should display any hesitancy
however blight In forwarding plans for
such a magnificent nitional undertaking
The work of the local committee then
fore Is intended to be not onlv a notable
instance of eelerlty In raNIng funds but
a worthy example to other sections of
the countrj In the methods of work em
ploj cd
lour additional members of the Execu
tive Committee were nominated by the
suo commlttee consisting of ilr llac
farland llr Dell and Mr Walsh and
were unanimously elected In nddltlcn to
E S Parker by reason of his chairman
ship the are General Miles Admiral
Dewey and Gen II V Bojnton General
Miles and Admiral Dewey had previous
been tendered the honor of serving as
national vice presidents but on account
of their residence here as well as their
high olilcial station and esteemed ability
as counselors their services In the de
liberations of the National Executive
Committee were deemed of great valuf
Genera Bojnton was made chairman of
the Press Committee and General Miles
and Admiral Dtwcj are to be chairmen
respective of the Army and Navy Com
The list of national vice presidents
was further increased by he addition of
General John M Schoficld Commander-in-Chief
of the Military Order of the
Lojal Legion J Edwin Brow n Commander-in-Chief
of the Union Veteran
Legion and 11 St George Drenforth
Commander-in-Chief of the Union Veter
ans Union Other names are to be added
to this list shortly
Letters are now oelng prepared to be sent
Immediately to the vice presidents for the
States and Territories Informing them
of their selection and outlining plans for
the prosecution of work In the Common
wealths in general and more particularly
In the large cities of the country Upon
the organization of State and local com
mittees they will send out In co-operation
vith sub committees of the National
Executive Committee appeals to special
classes uch as fraternal societies banks
schools and churches Among the Churches
the aid of Dr T DeWitt Talmagc is con
fidently counted upon for satisfactory re
The Executive Committee adjourned to
meet again at 4 oclock this afternoon
The dally sessions of the committee com
posed as It is of men of varied Important
business Interests have occasioned favor
able comment and the early consumma
tion of the National Memorial Arch proj
ect Is confidently expected because of their
prompt and unelfih efforts to that end
The District of Columbia Committee
will probably hold its lirtt meeting on
Mondav next at the iill of Mr puirr
The full membership of the committee U
as follows
E Southard Parker Chairman
Justice IUehard II Alve John T Arms
Dr Z U Babbitt Col G W
Balrd 11 A Barrows David S
Barry George A Bartlttt Dr J
Bane Conrad Becker Alexander Gra
ham Hell James E Bell Justice E K
Bingham W J Boardman fecott C
Bone Charles A Bonton IJcnrj V
Bonton Rev I M Bristol Aldls B
Brown Chapin Brown S Thomas Brown
nev J O Butler
John M Carson Henry Casson P B
Chase C A Clements John P Cook
George W Cook V V Cox W II Crook
Henrj E Davis Lewis J Davis John
T Devine AV XV Dudley E G Dunnell
John Jov Edson Prank L Evans
George V Evans
Kugenc O Jechet A F Tox
Dr P A Gardner Louis Garthe fiporep
Gibson Co G C Goodloe Ashley M
Gould Bernard It Green Rev S II
Greene Bear Admlal James A Greer
v K Gude
William Hahn Georce E Hamilton
Rev T S Hamlin George II Harries
George C Henning John H llerreil
L G Hlnes Thomas J Hobbs B W
Holraan Archibald Hopkins Livingston
Hunt Stilton Hutciiinn
Charleri A James E S Johnson
S Kunn XV W Knrr Rudolph
mann S II Kauffmann Dr Richard
Klngsman William S Knox
Dr D S 1 amb John Leetch I SI
Liptcomb A Lisner A M Lolhrop
J D McClisnej P B MoGuire Dr G
I Magrudr Jainrs Ruh Marsh ill Otto
Mcars Rufus B Mt reliant John A Mer
rltt John I Miller Charles Moore Pred
L Moore Thomas Morrison Charles K
Morse W B Moses
Scott N sbit Rev 8 M Newman Rich
ard U Nixon Clarence 1 Norment
Crosbv S No en
S C Palmer Myron M Parker E
Southard Parker A K Pan is R Ross
Icirv R v L G II Pierce Rev P I
Powir Rev T J Prsttvman Million
William II Rnpley Henry Rechtin W
W Richardson Throphllus E C
C RogT John V Ross Cuno II Ru
lsadoro Sak I P Saul L M Saun
ders Rev J M Schick Rev Prank Sew
c II W M Shuster He v Alexander Mar
ka famith P II Smith Sldnej E Smlh
Dr 7 T lowers Ellis Spear Rev D J
Stafford O G Staples Edwin J Stell
wagen Rev Louis Stern P C Stevens
P H Stlcknc Israel V Stone Henry
C Swan
Willi it Tlndall W P Tltcomb George
Rev John Van Schalck
B II amer M I Wellcr T A Wick
ersham John B Wight Henry A WII
lard Albert A Wilson Jesse B Wilson
Gen J M Wilson I 1 Wine Simon
Wolf S W Woodward Dr XV C Wood
ward A S Worthlngton
le ttrr From Iliiliemla DenerllieM
a Loiiir MlHHliigr Brother
A legacy awaits William Bauer whom
the police have been requested to locate
A letter was recently at Police
Headeiuarters from a brother of the miss
ing man Franz Tre el Bauer emploed
In a glassworks near Adolf Bohemia
This communication recites that William
Bauer came to this country seventeen
jears ago idnce which time no worel has
been re reive el from him As it is not
known that Bauer was ever in this city
or even In this part of tho country the
police believe that they have a large con
tract on their hands
Bears the
Miss Alice Roosevelt will make her for
mal appearance in soeiet at the White
House reception on Januar 1
The President and Mrs Roosevelt will
give a dance in her honor on Januar 3
Miss Roosevelt accompanied her father
to Washington csterdj though it was
generall rumored tint she would pro
long her visit to New England The group
of sightseers about the White House por
tico as the earriage drove In had a good
look at the Prcbldent s daughter wh
mode a pleasing picture in a gown of dark
Miss Grace Bell daughter of Mr nnd
Mrs Chailes J Bell will be a debutante
of the coming season Mr and Mrs Bell
have added a ballroom to their residence
on Connecticut Avenue so thit the com
ing out of their Iovcl Oung daughter
will doubtless be signalized b a lull or
large reception
Another attractive bud of the winter
will be Miss Marie Pauntlerov Barnes the
stepoaughter of ex Surgeon General
Gunnel Other debutantes to make their
bow to seiciet so ie time during the sea
son will be Miss Jul Goldsborough
daughter of Dr nnd Mrs Goldsborough
of K Street Miss Stanton of WIS Rhode
Island Avenue and Miss Bertha Hill sis
ter of Mr William Curtis Hill whose en
gagement to Mis Olive Gale was an
nounceel earlier in the week
Miss Matilde Townsend who sailed with
her parents from Europe some dajf ago
is very joung and her friends are
sure that shL will not make her debut this
enr as reported
The marriage of Miss Marj Goodfeliovv
daughter of Mrs Henry E Goodrellow
to Mr Gaillard Hunt took place ester
day at 11 o clock In the Chapel of SL An
thon of PiduaJ In new St Matthews
Church Rev Father Lee rector of St
Matthew s performed the ceremony and
Rev Father Buckt officiated at the nup
tial mass that followed The sen Ice was
attended b the families of both houses
only but a large number of guests were
present later at the wedding breakfast
given nt the Goodfeliovv residence on De
Sales Street The bride entered the
church with he kinsman Colonel Mosher
and the attendants wero Mr Montgomery
Blair and Mr Robert Chilton I no for
mr also acted as b st man The bride
wore a verj elegant trained robe of white
satin veiled with rich lace With her
tulle veil was a draping of old point lace
that has been in her familv for more
than 1W ears She carried a white bound
pracr hook The groom Is the brother
of William H Hunt Governor of Porto
Rico ihe bride Is the daughter of the
late Judge Advocate Herry E Goodfel
iovv United States Army
The house was llorallv beautiful with
cosmos blooms pink whiles and crimson
together with ail shades of
mums nnd rioi Mm flnulrf Unu o ilft
to her daughter Is tht residence 1711 De
ouies nireei wnere alter tneir return
from their wedding trip Mr and Mrs
Hunt will resloe
Among the out-of-town guests were ex
Gov John Lee Carroll of Mar land and
Mrs Heibert Bobbins of New Vork who
was formerly Miss Helen CarrolL It was
Mrs Robbins who presented St Anthonys
Chapel to St Matthew s Church Miss
AUe en O Donnll was anxious that her
marriage to Vlcomte de Savc should
be the first nuptial ceremon to be per
formed before its altar but It was not
completed In time
Mr Richard Male Thomas and Miss
Anna Theresa Tohnion were married at
the residence of the brides parents Mr
and Mrs John Johnson 2031 II Street
nortlrvett last evening at S oclock b
Dr William R Turner of the Episcopal
Church It v as a ciulct affair and only
relatives of the contracting parties were
present Mr Thomas Is the son of Hon
John I Thomas of Missouri late Assist
ant Attorney General for the Postofllce
Department and ex Judge of the Supreme
Court of Missouri I he parlors In which
the ceremony was performed were beauti
fully decorated with laurel and flowers
In the spacious bay window was o raped a
largo American flag under which the
bride and groom stood during th cere
A collation was served after the cere
mony and congratulations Mr and Mr
Thomas will be at home after November
15 at the Army and Navy Plats and the
will leave later In the season for an ex
tended trip West
Cards are out for the marriage of Mis3
Helen Grace Buck daughter of Dr and
Mrs M J Buck of Pittsburg and Mr
Stephen Q Haes son of Mr and Mrs
H G Hajes of this city which will take
place at the Sacred Heart Church Pitts
burg Wednesday evening Not ember 6
Mrs Margaret Walker has Issued Invi
tations for the marriage of her daughter
Bessie Ruth to Mr John Waggaoian
Brawner Wednedav November 6 at
noon at Foundry Methodist Episcopal
The regular Welncday afternoon re
ception of Miss Louise Heath at her
studio G17 Florida Avenue northwest
was vvll attended L the friends of the
artist and by many of the ounger mem
bers of the local art set Miss Heath was
assisted b Mis G ace Merrll
A Virginia- Ceiuplr Iteiuiniitlciill
3lurrleil at IIiiiritivvji Wei
ginia romance had Its culmination in the
marriage of Miss Mary B Rame and
Charles S Coffman on the stroke of li
0 clock last night in this clt The onng
1 topic came here on the late triia from
Woodstock Va
After some dilllculty In getting a license
the Rev P T Hennlcke of the German
Lutheran Church was founel it the Hotel
Central where the nurrlage was per
formed The couple returneel home toilay
An Inti restliiK Lecture b the Itrr
IfinitM ini Ilureti
An Interesting address on Porto Rico
illuslrateel b a large number eif beau
tiful stcreoptleon views w is elellvcred
last night by the Rev James an
Burvn ut Trlnit Parish Hall corner of
Third Street and Indiana Avenue Mr
Van Buren is a well known Massachu
setts cleigman recentl appointed for
mls flonar work In Iorto Rice
In the course of his lecture the speaker
described the natural beauties of Porto
Rico He saitl that no words of mind
can picture the beiutv of Sin Juan Ho
spoke at some length of the Amiiiean
public school sstem being install d In
Iorto Rico Mr Van Buren states the
Government is expending JlWlMI winch
will educate nearly mm children He
also referred to the change In the sanl
tar conilltlon In the cities effected b
the American autliirltles
Mr Van Buren suggested the emploj
ment of Intelligent oung men of Poito
Rico as la readers under proper safe
guanl and posslblv of Porto Rlean
women as Bible teachers After a while
Mr Van Burin believes it will be founel
that a of systematic dlvinit
would prepare some of them for de icons
ordirs He continued
We pi in to orginlze mission schoees
In the rural elistricts of Portu Rico as
fast as our means will alluw In San
Juan It Is hoped to m ike the church the
centre of mission work for the entire
Island The church Is fast becoming Mif
Ills e- lei eni I lie
lie iitli r Prenlde iit Vle Kl li e-
Agulnaldo s nutogriph letter to Central
Chaffee el iteel September 1C expressing
sorrow over President McKinlc s death
was received at the War Depirlmeiit
esterday It is ns follows
I Join In the general mourning of the
nation over the death of the President
Mr McKinley anil sineerel lament this
sad occurrence B this letter the ex
pression of the grief which I feel
Q OnleM
Ensign W B Wells to Topeka nnl
Port Royal Station November 7 Ensign
R N Marble detaebeel Philadelphia to
Iona via temporor duty Concord Im
The LMMilcnt Traiistci lluh
ut a Preying Nature
e s
tlinlimc Horses l tn nf lufuni I
AHer receiving the honorary degree of
doctor of laws from Yale Unverslty at
the bicentennial exercises In New Haven
on Wednes di President Rooseve ll re
turned to Washington esterday morning
at 1T 30 oclock Ho was accompanied
b his daughter Miss Alice Roosevelt
who joined the Presidential party at
Fnrminglon 6 the trip to New Haven
Secretar Illy Col Theodore A- Bing
ham nnd LMutj C Grccnway for
merly of the Itoligh Riders and an old
Vale football and bascb ill star Joined tha
part at New Haven- and returned to
Washington with the PresiJent Lieu
tenant Grcenvrti will be a guest at the
While House for Several das
On account of the large amount of rou
tine business1 which accumul ited during
Ills nbsenee the President denied himself
to all callers but tacse who had most Im
The I Annual
Oiirn Here
The twent -seventh annual convention
of the local Womans Christian Temper
ance Union was held esterday at the
Church of Our Father Morning and
afternoon sessions were held -Mrs Clin
ton Smith President of the District of
Columbia organization presiding
1 lie morning session opened at 10 10
o clock and was largely devoted to the
reading of reports of the various ofilctrs
Die following committees were appointed
Ceimmlttee em Credentials Mrs T A
W illlams chairman assisted by Mrs Ner
Committee on Resolutions Mrs Belle L
Luckett chalrmai assisted by Mrs Mc
Key Grantlleid Mrs Maria Merrick Mrs
Sarah Grant Mrs J D Harper Mrs D
C Pirluim Mrs M J Weaver and Mrs
Robert White
Committee on Courtesiss Mrs Walter
Brown chairman assisted b Mrs Sarah
Denhnn and Mrs Warder
Committee on Telegrams Mrs Ripley
and Mrs Grace Spencer
The tellers of thee convention are to be
In charge of Mrs C C Goisu h The
pages ht far announced are Misses Rosa
lie W alker Oil i Vv ood nnd Rosalie Bart
le tU
1 he convention ndjoun enl for luncheon
at 1- JJ o clock when a repist was served
b the ladles of the church
The afterneon tesslon was openeel with
I ra er eirfereel b Mrs Grace Chapin
After the reading of the minutes of the
mornlnt session an interesting report of
the Yoiing Wage Earners Club was pro
se nteel b Mrs Nellie II Bradle Re
ports of superintendents wcie read as
Scientific Temple for Instruction Mrs
L B Poults Work Among Foreigners
Mrs Hnnnnh Crosby Work Among Col
oreel Peeiple Mrs R tmuglass Spragtic
Purity Mothers Meetings Mrs M L
Welles bibbath Observance MrH M
E Catlln Soldiers Saiieirs und Marines
Mrs Lucius F Randolph lempinncc
Literature Mrs Ruth M G Pciler
Anti Nircotics Mrs Ell i Diew Press
and State Reporter Mrs Emily Sher
wood Hagan Lei il Temperance le
gion Mrs Ma Price Purit In Litera
ture anil Art Mrs Isaac Clark
Mrs E Spencer Large the W oriels W
C T V represent itive In Jjian was
present ns a guest of the convention
Mrs Large has been in the mission lit Id
or Japan sinee 1W Her husband was
assasslnateel there In that cnr anil since
then she Ins been carrying en his work
Mrs Lire elellvcred a short but Inter
esting address reviewing the work In
J ti pan
Another guest of the- convention cs
terelay ifterniuin was Mrs S II Hadlcy
who with her husband is doing much
good 111 the J rrv McAule Mission In
New lork Mrs 11 idley spoke eif the
woik be Ine carried on In the sium3 of
New Ycilc CIU She stated that she at
trlbiitMl twei tllrd of the misery and
poverty In the countrj to Intoxlc ints
I shall tell vou an liiiiance which oc
curred in otirwefk among the poor
PcISc Do not con
O I 1 1 1 tain me rcury
orctlompl Thejfare purely vegt tnbi perfect
ly ife for th most elcl c ite organism Mild
efficient UiorouU gjild by ail droits 25c
Arilves Frnlil ev Ilnvc ti In I V
Eltrl MeiriiiiiK MIkh Allrr I
M ll ReliiriiH With nr Father
i 1
portant business Assisted by Secretary T
Cortelyou he busleel himself with a huge J
amount of correspondence i J
The riturn trip from New Haven was J
made without incident When the X
li r Boston train pulled into the
vanla station jesterda morning and the I
Tl I
Tcsitlent augmcii irom ine
one of the two Pullman cars devoted to
the use of the Presidential party he
looked the picture of health With Com
mander Cowlts Secretary Cortelyou and
his elaughter he entered a brougham
and was driven direct to the White House
Miss Roosevelt was elrcsstd in a modish
fall gown and a traveling cloak of red
She Is rather tall and slender Her face
Is marked with a good color which comes
from liberal outdoor exercise of which
she Is said to be an ardent devotee
Soon after the President had greeted
Mrs Roosevelt he went to his ofllee and
at once settled down to work A number
of peorle made their appearance in the
anteroom with requests to see tho Pres
ident but the were generally denied
Secretary Long was In consultation vvllh
the President for a short time over navy
matters Representative Ball called and
talked over the complicated Dlaare
Federal patronage situation but declined
to Ba what the result of the conference
was It Is doubtful If any results were
All the members of the Cabinet are ex
pected to bo present at the regular session
today The Important matters with which
the Administration will have to deal will
le taken up and considered exhaustively
from this time on
At the conclusion of one of the hardest
da s work he has done since entering
the White House the President went for
a long horseback ride with Mrs Roose
velt yesterela afternoon leaving the
W hlte House shortly after 4 oclock Miss
Roosevelt and Lieutenant Greenw ay went
for a long drive about the same time
Tiding in an open carriage driven by one
of the W hlte House coachmen
The three carriage horses purchased In
New York recently for President Roose
velt have been sent back to the dealers
They W e found to be thoroughly un
satisfactory coming up In scarcely a
single particular to the standard desired
b the President Other equints will be
sent on this week for trial General
Aelmlral and Judge would have been the
names of the horses which were In the
White House stables all last week had
the President dec cd to retain them
rirst one thing and then another hap
pened however which all went to show
that the animals were not up to the
standard of thoroughbred carriage
horses and certain not worth the pilce
askid for them by Piss Doerr Car
roll of New Yc jk who after negotia
tions with Doirgtis Robinson the Presi
dents brother IUIw shipped the three
horses to Waehlt ton
They arrived here on Monday October
15 The following duy they were ex
amineel by a -veterinary The fault most
evident then was thit the shoes on their
hoofs were badly fitted When they were
removed it was found that two of the
horses had corns At that time the Presi
dent was so busy that he was uniblc to
drive behind the horses or even look
them over Tho head stable man re
ported concerning the horses at Ihe W hlte
House and the latter part of last week
the President tried the animals His
practiced ee saw that they vrc not
perfect animals and he ordered that they
1 sent back land that others be secured
In thilr places
In the meantime the members of the
Presidential rami are obliged to em
ploy carriages from a local liver firm
whenever they desire to elrlve The Presl
dent of course has his riding horse
Blelrtein and Mrs Roosevelt her mount 1
Yagenka which arts used nearl ever
e 4 4 t a
Leaders Since 1867
iVii vrri
The gleanine for Fridays Remnants makes no reservations nor
exceptions No matter in what line if the lot is small or the sizes
broken it is included in the offering We make the prices so small
that clearance is assured
Thus our Friday bargains are justly famous
Small lot of Boys Double-breasted
Short Pants Suits in Gray mixed
Cheviots sizes 9 10
12 14 and 15 ears
worth 250 but spe
cified at
sizes 9 10
Boys Golf Suits in 11
12 13 and 15 years
S4and S5 buits RE
in Brnvvn Dia
Boys Top Coats
nal stnoe stylishly
cut sizes 3
years worth
and specialed
S350 9 AS
Boys regular 25c Neckwear in
Tecksand Puns good pat- rr
terns and quite a variety of I
them but small quantities J
Boys White Shirts that are slight
ly solea from being used for dis
play scattering sizes fh p r
worth 50c and 7Sc RE- 25
For the men who can use some
Undershirts and wont require the
Drawers heres a chance rfcr
to buy regluar 50c quality
Broken lots of Mens White Dress
Shirts our 75c leader and f Aj
a big Shirt for the money M
broken sizes J
Bhck and Tan Half Hose with
spliced heels and toes strictly fr
fast colors and worth ISc a M1
pair specialed at J
Mens Batwinir Ties odds and
ends of lh latest patterns
and colors 50c silks for
choice at 4J
Mens Fancy Suspenders with
leather endsand patent cast- C
off good value at 50c a v
pair speciaed nov at Wk
Broken lots of Childrens Felt Sail
ors Boys Telescope Hats and
drens Medium - weit ht fC
Tonues that are worth un 29
to SI KfcUUCtD to
We head the list of great bar
gains with 25 itens Top Overcoats
In all wool Grey Oxfords lined with
good Farmer satin and sewed with
silk as good as an 110 Top Coat
sold in the city Price 3 9S This
Is an cxcepL bargain The
price will never be approached
LADIES 12i c Fast Black fC
Hose U
Childrens KV c Fast Black f iC
Hose OS
1000 ards 6c Ribbon splendid O IC
quality JJ
19c Black and Blue Dotted Veil- fjC
Ins 7
5- Unbleached Muslin Q2
10c Flannelettes variet of QIC
colors 2
Ladles 39c Heavy Fleeced O jc
Vests and Pants
Ladles Handsome 11 50 Seal QQC
Collars 70
Ladles Plain and Taney Jl 50 Q Oe
Mercerized Waists C
Ladles Silk Satin and SO Q fl
Velvet Walsts 9S value i70
A largo line of Ladies Fancy Mer
cerized Underskirts prices ranging
from 1225 to 3 Just a little soil- QQC
cd will be closed out at u
A beautiful line of Fancy Silk Skirt
regular IS 93 values will sell S C OS
About 50 Ladies Bos Coats all col
ors ranging In price to
11293 will be sold today only 5 7 Q 7U Q
Dressmakers Opportunity
All Dress Linings are to be closed
out and we will sell almut 200 pieces
of 1214c and 15c Percaline and CC
Silecia Linings today at J
P ilm and Castile SoaD lc
in black and white lc a spool-
said Mrs Haelley We had finished the
meeting for the evening at the mission
when 11 man dressed in rags came into
the ball Even his feet were bound in
rugs His beard was very long and
looked as though It had not been trimmed
for manv months The mans appear
ance suggested Rip Van Winkle after
his sojourn in the mountains
Well we took him in He signed the
pledge that night Sly husband conducteel
him to a n v barber shop anil hail his
face slnveel nnTl then had him fitted out
In a new suit
The man attended our meetings slv
successive nights when he said 1 think
1 have been saved Arid he was
of salvation I elon t
A liner specimen
lie was a tall line
think I ever saw
looking man over six feet ta I a ml of
splendlil ploslquc He worked with us
for thirteen ears and It was Just last
ar vve laid him in his last resting
The convention Is to be resumed this
morning at 10 clock The prlncln il
will be the
event on the programme
awarding of the prize banner to the
union which has shown the greatest
amount rf work and tho largest Increase
In membership during the past ear
To Test tlK Gllllinixinil Glllt
Pi flit rations are being mule at Sandv
Hook for the test of the Gathminn gun
for which an appr lpriation of 505TJ was
made by the Congreks to be used
bv the Secritarv of War for this purpose
It Is claimrel that In this gun cxitemc
range and efficiency are combineel
Broken lot of Boys Plaid Golf
Caps with silk lining and CC
patent fasteners 50c and75e I Mv
grades REDUCED to
Ladies Button and Lace Shoes in
latest shapes and best
of the regular 4 50
and 5 grades RE
Broken lots of Misses and Chil
drens Vici Kid Patent Leather and
Russia Goat Shoes that rvpr
are worth Sl50 and 175 95
pair REDUCED to
Saks Company
Pennsylvania Avenue and Seventh Street
416 Seventh Street N W 4I6
Remnants and Special Bargains in
Every Department
Wo call your attention to a few items of a wonderful list of
bargains for todays soiling- If you aro in need of anything you
dont boo mentioned come to the store and you are sure to find
just what you -want at about half its regular price
MENS elegant quality f fn
Blue Cheviot Pants 12 value lUU
73 Stilish Mens Suits In casslmere
and Scotch cloth four button sack and
double breasted regular 17 50 C c ff
and 110 values DUU
Mens 15c Suspenders full length PC
will sell at D
A large line of Mens Working
Gloves and Mittens odds and
ends regular 25c and 50c tn if
values 1 2
Mens Heavy Fleeced Shirts 1QC
and Drawers 23c value 17
Mens 73c Fancy Stiff bosom A fC
Shirts with cuffs H y
25 dozen Bos Golf Caps In
strictly all wool materials 25c 1AC
value 1U
30 dozen Bovs Knee Pants In dark
mixtures ages 1 to 14 ears tQC
29c value 17
10 dozen Childrens Waists made
with patent waistband In va
riety of patterns regular 49c Q CC
value O
75 regular 12 Double breasted QQC
Bos Suits ages 7 to 15 ears y O
One lot of Children s 3 Reefers In
blue chinchilla made with round vel
vet collars ages 3 to 9 years 1 f Q
Bargain Friday price I 7
150 Bos Suits In blue cheviots and
oxfords ages 8 to 16 ears Including
50 Vestle Suits ages 3 to 8 1 07
ears all 1350 value i0
v cake Brooks Machine Cotton
Ten cent Toilet Paper 5c Five-
Soft Rubber Hair
cent Toilet Paper 2c Archer Brand Sharp s Needles 4c
cr 23c value today at 19C DO0 ards Silk Dress Braid 12kc value
Samuel Friedlander Co
The Underprice Store
Hic the ard
416 Seventh Street N W
Credit if Desired
ceittiIi Ilitt Siilirenie Ceenncll Meets
In Ilxeceitlve Session
The Supreme Council of the Southern
Jurisdiction of Scottish Rite Masons met
in executive session es erday at the
House of the Temple Thin and E
Streets The Court of Honor which con
venes in the old council chamber met at
the same time A code of nvv statutes
nnel regulations was recommendeel for
aeootlon to the Supreme Council
Today will be spent In th transaction
of baslness ond this evening the thirty
third elegree will be conferreel up a about
lift members who have been e In te d to
receive this high distlrction of the order
US 1
Tooth Procter
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century
An Important
Remnant Day
Specially interesting thlajweek be
cause of the great variety of the assort
ments and the littleness of the prices
and because the several classes oZ
goods offered are worthy and just such
things as are In broad andimmedlate
demand Thus the buying Opportuni
ties afforded are unusually attractive
Dress Goods Department offers a
large collection of remnants In both col
ored and back fabrics in lengths suit
able for womens waists house dresses
wrappers walking skirts and rainy day
skirts and childrens frocks
Every department In the house Is rep
resentedand very low prices prevail
Special Sale of
Bed Comfortables
About 40 Comfortables covered with
fine quality o sateen In desirable pat
terns and filled with white cotton bat
ting These are manufacturers secr
onds and are subject to slight Imper
fections v hlch are of such a character
however as not to affect the wear or
appearance All double bed size
ioo each
150 each
175 each
200 each
250 each
150 a pair
2 00 a pair
250 a pair
450 a pair
Second fioesr
Regularly 165
Regularly 225
Regularly 250
Regularly 2 75
Regularly S3 00
Also 16 Pairs Blankets
Subject to similar slight factory im
perfections In 10 1 11 1 and 12 1 sizes
offered as follows
Regularly 250
Regularly 300
Regularly 375
Regularly 650
Special Sale of
Hemmed Buck Towels
50 dozen good quality Huck Towels
hemmed read for use Size 18x31
Special price
125 per Dozen
Also 50 Cream Damask Table Cloths
size 2x3 yards pretty patterns
225 each Regularly 275
Second flnnr
Flannel Department
15 Fine Flannel Waist Patterns J
yards In each with silk embroidered
trimmings Pretty colorings but a bit
faded from window display
Si 00 each Were 300
Second floor
Suit Department
15 Womens Wash Taffeta Silk Waita
In blue lavender and old rose tucied
and stitched slightly soiled sizes X to
40 Redueed from 13 95 to 1250 each
8 Womens Fine Tailor made Cheviot
Suits In dark blue black and brown
silk lined throughout short
skirt made with flounce sizes 32
IS and 33 Reduced from 125 00 to 11850
2 Womens AU wool Black Cheviot
Skirts made plain with flare percaline
lined Reduced from 17 50 to KW each
2 Womens Fine Soft Plaid Golf Capes
of rich Scotch Shawls sizes 36 and 35
Reduced from 1850 to 110 00 each
10 Womens Madras and Chambray
Shirt Vvalsts in plain and stripeel ef
fects Reduced from Jl 50 and J2JS to 95c
13 Womens Lawn Wrappers ir black
and white striped effects braid trimmed
oke deep runce sizes 32 and 34 Reduc
ed from 11 00 to C5c each
Third floor
Misses Department
C Girls All wool Reefers in tan Llue
anel black an excellent school garment
sbses 6 to 11 Reduced from 150U to 1250
1 Girls Dark Blue Cheviot 2 plecc Suit
large sailor collar trimmed with rich
braid size 12 Reeluced from 115C0 to
17 5o
1 Girls Tailor made Red Suit sllk Iined
jacket skirt and J icket finished with
black braid size 10 Reduced from II000
to IS 75
Third floor
Mens Department
50 piirs Mens Fancy Hose sizes 0l
11 Reduced from 35o to 19c pair
12 Mens Medium weight Shirts anel
Drawers Shirt size 4i drawer size 34
Reducifd from Wc to 35c garment
15 Men s Colored Plalted bosora Shirts
sizes 14 lit 15 and 15 Reduced from
11 50 to It 00 each
12 7lcn Cotton Night Shirts V neck
size H Reduced from c to 35c each
5 suits Men s Madras Pajarons large
size Reduced from 11 W to Kici each
30 Mens Pour-In-hand Tiesrahd Made
up Scarfs Reduced from 50c te25e each
20 pairs Mens Kid Gloves Dents and
other small sizes Reduced from
11 50 and 2 25 to 11 ii p ilr
3 Men 3 Terr Bath Robes Reduceel
from jaw and 1350 to 12 00 each
1 Men s Rain Coat black size SS Re
duced from F2250 to 117 50
First floor
Boys Department
S Double breasted Suits sizes 9 10 Ik
and 15 Reduced from 1375 to J19J each
4 Fine Casslmere Long Pants Suits
sizes lb IS and 19 Ruluttd from 110 M
and 112 30 to IS 00
10 Fine Serge Sailor Blouse Suits In
nav blue roaI blue and garnet beau
tlfull trimmed and braided sizes 4 5 G
11 and 12 Reduced from 1300 to 1375
t Fine Cheviot Blouse Suits In fancy
mixtures 3 nnd 1 Reduced from
51 25 and 14 50 to 1295 each
5 Tuxedo Vest Suits 4 pieces coat
pants vest and shlelel front sizes 4 5
li 9 and 10 Reduced from 15 00 and lei00
to S3 75 each
10 Fnlaundercd Shirt Waists Mother t
Friend brand soimI qu lilt sizes 4 S 7
and b Reeluccel from 50c to 25e each
5 Bo All wool Sweaters sizes 6 7 and
8 Reduced from 11 50 to II i each
25 BoS Leather and Cloth Caps In
small sizes Reduced from 50c to 23c each
Third floor

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