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Lansbur gh Bro
Anniversary Saie
in our
Remnant Dept
A small lut of La lips Coats Capes anJ Dress
skirt fast seasons stiles
SCOu values at 1200 values at
150
13 values at
300
7jc yard
ERDGMS
2 225
W yards Pleached Butcher Cotton KcirnanU
Fiutalili for waiters liarliers or butdiers coats
and aprons 10c and 12Kc valuos Choice
3i yards of llfprol Canton KlanntL suita
ble for ipboUterj pjipacs 55c values
IScyard
SCO pairs of Brrn Cheviot Striped Knee Pants
In size frora 4 to 15 33c value
25c pair
S 1rrcale Cheviot and I Izht Coorcd Outing
DIousc and Mrt lTaUU to close at
ISc
or 3 for 50c
Tin is tie genuine Champion brand
509 ranis of Hrary UnWcarJied 1 yard wide
Cotton Remnants CC and Tc quality at
4MC yard
Sft dozen of Slaw knit brown and blue mired
McHs Half Hose they are seamless clastic top
aaj fa t colors
4 pairs for 25c
1100 yards of extra heavy brilliant finuli Hail
Skirting Satine Ilcmnants 23c and 35c values at
IScyard
Lansburgh Bro
420 lo 426 Seventh SI
Figlth Street entnnce
417 to 425 Eighth Street
Sideboards
China Closets
Carpets
Thanksgiving should find your
Parlor and Dining Iloom compltly
furnished Get whatever jou need
of us and we will arrange the pay
ments to ault j ou weekly or
monthly Sideboards and China
Closets beautifully mirrored and
carved at all prices Parlor Suits
in all the richet upholsteries Car
pets made laid and lined free
Every yard guaranteed for-durability-
Mammoth
Credit
House
117 8 621 S23 Tth St N W
Eet H and 1 St 3
VIOLETS
Shaffer Nth and I N V
for a Beautiful Set of
Teeth
1 a cry tJirt nI efftr we arc maUng
urf tlic tiohdajd lit aud ta 1 1 faction
CunrantcefL
Tctfli tiled and cstnrtM nit -out psin
Crown jnd bridge work aid all otlicr dental
work at nxt rnuunablc prici a
Tcnwlc iltcndantc Phone Kant 301 Dl
WASHINGTON DENTIL PVULOKS
TiU and E tg nw
STEINWAy
PIANOS
E F Droop Sons
025 Pa Avo
t
niiiininiiitmiiiiii
I KNAEE PIANOS I
Earcain3 in now and used
A
instruments of various makes
Sole agents for tho X
Aeolian and Pianola
WmKnabeOo
1209 Penna Ave
i
Plates S4 up
Gold Drowns S400
Gold Fillings SI50 up
White Fillings 50c up
PAINLESS EXTRACTION
Dr Frazer Dentist
731 15TII ST N W
THE SKOREHA
AiinniciN and rxrorEAX plan
Binqict Hali to rent for wcdJirs receitloss
rrusicales dances at reasonable rates
EESTALRANT IAMOL3 POIt irS CLISIXE
AUcr Thcatro Supper Spocialty
A Club Supper II be e rved frcm 10 to 14
oclock p ra Table dhote at 1 W each la La
dies ltcstaunuit
J01IS T DEUVE Proprietor
ffilf li
eetii that Fit
Bcluding Painless Extraction
and out suction which makes thra
fit fCi r CUd rro nj 5 port flam crown
U csJM filings 1 50 up ahite filling Ws up
Hours 30 to ti Sunday 10 to I
DR PATTOHS Fainless Dental Parlor
SIO F h W 2d Floor
MMICHAEL GETS
THE BIG PLUM
POSTMASTER OF PHILADELPHIA
Presilent VUJiIn lo iNlir of Ienn
nlniiln 11 iiclerx doimnipr
Hunt Wiuilii n 1illr Clinncc
for Iurln Jllcmi Coffee
Clayton McMichael United States
Mai lial of the District of Columbia
from lSi to lSSr will be the next
postmaster of Philadelphia Official
announcement r made at the White
llou e yetterday that the President
had decided to appoint Colonel Mc
llkhnel to succeed Postmaster Hicks
at the expiration of the tatters term
in January- Thus is brought to a close
a lonjr fight oer this important posi
tion Senators Quay and Penrose and
Ilipresentative Bingham of the
State endorsed the successful
candidate
During lili life Clayton SIclIichael
has achieved success at a soldier aa
a iiil olllcer and as a newspaper man
He served throughout the civil war
and was an ollicer in the Regular
Army In 1S7S he was Assistant Cora
mlsbioner o the United States Gov
ernment to the exposition in Vienna
rrom ISSi to 1SS3 he was United States
Marshal for the District of Columbia
which position he resigned His ad
ministration of that office was one of
the best in the history of the District
of Columbia
After leaving- Washington Colonel
McMichael returned to Philadelphia
where he engaged in the newspaper
business He is iart owner and ed
itor of the Philadelphia North Amer
ican In 1S37 he was elected treasuier
of the Cit of Philadelphia His ap
pointment will he thoroughly accept
able it Is understood to the Repub
lican party in the Quaker City
Governor Hunt 01 Porto ltico
Direct information respecting the
condition of affairs in Porto Rico was
supplied the President yesterday morn
ing by Governot Hunt of the insular
government who has just arrived in
this country
Governor Hunt sajs the people of
the island are well satisfied with the
existing government and desire to
gain the benefits of full American cit
izenship For the first time since the
occupation there was during the past
four months a balance of trade in favor
of the island
The coffee planters of the island a e
persistent in their plea for 1 taiiff
provision to so restrict the importation
of Brazilian Coffee that coffee raised in
Porto Rico may liave an equal chance
in the marked With the commodity from
South America Governor Hunt thinks
that a duty of 5 cents per pound should
be placed on coffee The Porto Bicans
claim thafthelr coffee is the finest In
the world
Respecting- the imprisonment of San
tiago Iglesias the American Federa
tion of Labor organizer who was re
cently when he landed in San Juan
Imprisoned on an old chargp which he
had failed to nnsvrer when the island
was under Spanish domination Gover
nor Hunt said he knew nothing Igle
slas was released on bail the day that
Governor Hunt left Portn Rico Gov
ernor Hunt was the Presidents guest
at drnnef last night He will in a day
or so have a longer conference with
the President and will go more deeply
Into discussion of Torto Rican affairs
Object to Tui on Mocit Sulci
Members of the- New York Consoli
dated Stock and Petroleum Exchange
called on the President yesterday and
opened up a campaign which they hope
will result in the removal of the war
revenue tar on the sale of shares of
stocks At present the tax Is 2 cents
for every 100 face value of stock
sold The New York brokers many
of them small operators claim that
through this tax an almost unbear
able burden Is Imposed upon them
Several months ago George C Thom
as a New York broker and one of
the party who saw the President jes
terday brought a test case in the
United States court No decision has
been reached ii this case The -visitors
esterday brought with them a
memorial presenting their views on the
subject but inasmuch as the President
expressed a desire to investigate the
matter in another diiection it was not
submitted
The brokers say that thp tax Is cu
mulative because in the course of busi
ness operations the tax is necessaiily
paid many times on the same share
that it is sectional In character because
the business public of New York would
pay such a large proportion of tho
cntiie revenue derived from this
source They also assert that it is
especially injurious to room dealers
vMo are obliged to pay annually from
SC000 to 10000 an amount altogether
disproportionate to their means and
income The delegation of brokers
consisted of Frank D Pavey George
C Thomas Mortimer Wagner and It
M Jarvis
Call on Mr Uoohc v c l
Several hundred girls members of
the Girls Friendly Society of the Fpis
copal Church which during the past
week has been in annual convention
In this city were received by Mrs
IloosevelL They marched two by two
through the Hast Room and thence
through the Blue Palor where each
was greeted by Mr Roosevelt who
is heibelf an Episcopalian and especial
ly in the work of the Girls
Friendly Society It Is the first organ
ization of such tlz which has been
received at the White House during the
Roosevelt Administration
A SLAP AT KEFOKKEES
3Icincljii lW AiiiMilnimi nt
11 It cognition of the Iti iulitr
PHILADELPHIA Nov 21 That resi
dent Roosevelt iutends to recognize Sena
tors Qua and Penrose in the distribution
of Federal patronage In Philadelphia
rather than tho reform element was
hojin today on the announcement of
Clayton McMichae for 1 osimaster lo suc
ceed Thomas L Hleks
Colonel McMichael Is a close pohtiol
and personal friend of Quay and was to
have been appointed rostrnaster when
Hicks was named but he did not consid
er the salary large enough and so re
ceived the nomination for city treasurer
and van elected His term expired laat
November and now he consents to take
the Federal onlee
llo was pr prlotor of the North Ameri
can previous to Its sale to John Wana
maker President Arthur appointed him
marshal of the District of Columbia in
ISfcl
No rii et Jo sc ure llulirnrln
Tho statement in tho Vienna Tage
blati that the United States Government
has fskcd permission of Turkey to send a
fi t through thi iirilirtlla to mnfra
demonstration against llulgarla on account
01 ijo ccnunuett captivity of MIsb Ellen
M Staoo fa oalclally denied at the Stale
jjt juiiutm
THE TIMES WASHINGTON FRIDAY
FOR A FINISHED BUILDING
Scope of piroirJnloii for e vr
1 urk CiiHlmu House
Some time ago the Secretary of the
Trcasurv addressed a communication to
the Comptroller of the Treasury reciuest
ing the lattcrs dpcislon In regard to tho
cost of erection of the New York custom
house
Congress by act of March 2 1S99 ap
propriated 3000000 for the erection of
the building exclusive of a site Bight
bids were received ranging in amounts
up to 3000000 These bids did not in
clude Interior finish leatiug tho mechan
ical installations and the plumbing and
lighting sj stems etc
The Secrctarj of the Treasurj In his
communication stated tLat the building
coul 1 not b completed within the monej
limit as authomed by Congress and fur
ther that if the Ion est bid were accepted
an additional approp Iation of about 1
000000 vould he needed
The question which Secretarr Gage sub
mitted to the Comptroller of the Trcas
urj Is whether he can according to the
meaning of the ac enter into a contract to
etecute the work so far as tho mono ap
propriated allows and leave tho comple
tion cf the building to be provided for by
additional appropriation bj Congress
Mr Tracewcll 111 expressing his opinion
on the question said fiat the act draands
the erection of a complete building not
ptrtially censtrutced 0 Incomplete but
finished in every particular according to
the plans and specifications adopted He
further states that the Secretary of the
Treasury is not authorized to contract In
such a manner as to necessitate the dis
bursement of the- full amount appropri
ated leaving the building contracted for
in an mcompltto condition thus requir
ing an additional grant from Congress to
finish It
HOMEWARD BOUND
FOR CHRISTMAS DAY
TROOPS OFF FOR SAN FRANCISCO
The Sheridan X2xiicf iil to Arrive
VVi rk lirfnrc the HoIIdnn If
the Transport Hoodoo
Im lirrkeu
The departure front Nagasaki Ja
pan of the transport Sheiidan report
ed to the War Department yesterday
was learned by officials with much sat
isfaction and it is hoped that a safe
and quick voyage to this country will
dispel the hoodoo which lately has
seemed to hang over the Government
fleet of transports In Asiatic waters
A Chnptt r of AccIdc ntM
The Sheridan is one of tho three
transports whose passengers have been
transferred from one boat to another
within the pa3t two weeks because of
a series of accidents in the vicinity
of the inland sea of Japan The ill-
fated transports were tho Warren
which suffered damage to her machin
ery when about to start from Kobe to
this country with the party of Con
gressional tourists and the Huncocl
which went to the relief of the
men after disembarking her original
passengers at Nagasaki The Hancock
however ran aground oh a sanubar in
the Straits of Slmoneeki and was
stuck there until helped off at high tide
by a German gunboat The passengers
she hael left behind at Nagasaki are
those who are now coming home on the
Sheridan
Without unusually bad luck In the
way of weather conditions the Sheri
dan is expected to arrive on this side
of the Pacific by December 13 The ex
act date will be eagerly looked forward
to by a large number of relatives and
friends of the soldiers on board The
transport carries 730 short term enlist
ed men manv of whom are hoping to
get back in time to eat their Christ
mas dinners at home
Numerous enquiries are always ex
pected at the War Department when
large bodies of troops are returning
from an extended period of service In
distant lands and no surprise would
be felt It the fact that this detach
ment is returning just before the holi
dajs should more than double the usual
number of anxlou3 relatives and
friends
In lime for Christmas Dinner
As It Is assumed that the Sheridan
will arxive at San Francisco a week
before Christmas Day the success of
individual soldiers in joining their
home folks will depend almost entirely
upon the respective distances they will
have to travel after their diacharge
Those upon direct routes it raihvajs
will have an advantage o er many of
their comrades probably but if is
hoped the voiage can be made in such
good time that the great majority of
the veteran campaigners can be with
theii families at home on that day
The men on the Sheridan had beeln
transferred from the Hancock just the
day prev ious to the latter s going
aground in the Straits of Shltfiqns kl
at the entrance to the Inland sea of
Japan Most of the returning soidlers
seen upward of two jears hard
service in the archipelago and some
who subsequently re enlisted in the
Regular Army were among the first
troops to go into the Islands s vol
unteers
LAUNCHING BY MOONLIGHT
Mrs Mum Will i hrlslea Veil Moni
tor 1Iorltln
An innovation in the launching of war
ships Is announced for the christening of
the monitor Florida which will leave the
ways of the Nixon snlpyardat nilzabeth
port N J by moonlight on November 27
The sponsor for the new vessel will bu
Mrs I ewla Nixon wife of the wealthy
builder of the boat and herself a native
of the Everglade State
There Is somo dispute at the Navy De
partment aB to the reason for not send
ing tho Tlorlda down the wnjs In the
dajtiine Southern superstition in regard
to the lucky attributes of the moonbeams
Is said to I e the real reason but some
naval officers contend that the advantage
of tide gained bj a full moon is responsi
ble for this departure from custom
of rnnl ess lN
Tho arrival of tha Indiana at Santa
Lucia was reported 10 tho Navy Depart
inent jestcrday The Lcjden has reached
New York and the Sehulrlch is at Port
Royal
The Chicago and Albany havo sailed
frora Genoa for Vlllefranche tho AJtx
from Malta for Port Said nud the Yank
ton from Portsmouth N H to New York
A Mice KMur to sjittr Ituntintu
Tho Rev Father Lnnon Superior of
the Order of Lazarists yesterday ap
pointed a new mother superior at St Vin
cents She will take the place of Sister
Baptlsta who will go to Milwaukee to
lake
charge of an Institution which is
tinder the supervision
Lazarists
of vho Order
SORRY TO LOSE
ELEVENTH CAVALRY
POPULAR REGIMENT AT FT MYER
Vol ICiiiinu Who Willi the
Troops Ordered to lie Philip
pinen lnillenttouH IVow
Invor the Secoml
The proximity of Fort Myer to this city
and the many friendships existing between
the members of the garrison and the lesl
dents of the National Capltil make the
changing of Its llttlo population during
the winter season a matter of concern
aud regret to great numbers of people in
Washington as well ns at Fort Myer
Tho Third Squadron of the LIcvcnth
Cavalry now statioucd there but which
has been ordered to the Philippines on the
Bulord In January will leavo behind
many friends to regret their departure
But this will not prevent a warm welcome
to their successors whoever they may
presently be found by Department orders
to be
The present detachircrt Is to sail from
New York Cit by the Suez route and
as the dite set for beginning their long
voyage is January 15 tho -winters gayeties
at the Virginia post will be shared almost
equally between its old and new occu
pants
J5 ret thcro has been no assurance
from the War Department that tho cav
alry regiment to succeed the Eleventh at
Tort Mver has been determined upou In
the natural course of transfers from home
stations to posts outside the United States
It is expected that a squadron from Cuba
or the Philippines will bo sent here tut
the official announcement of the fortunate
regiment is jet to be made
the Second
Some light sccra3 to be shed upon the
subject by the transfer jesterday of
Chaplain Charles C Pierce lately at
tached to the Eleventh Cavalry to tho
Second Cavalry with Instructions to con
tinue his station at Fort Myer until fur
ther orders This is Interpreted to mean
that the vacancy In the garrison at that
post Is to be filled by the ordering here
of tho Second Cavalry now serving in
Cuba It may be that when the latter
command Is ordered back to this coun
try it will be sent lo some other post
and that Chaplain Pierce will then in due
course join them at suchjjjtation Hut as
this is thu only tangible suggestion in
the matter It has been seized upon by
local residents interestedrn army affairs
and for the present the Second Cavalrj is
the subject under discussion
Chaplain Pierce returned only last
spring from duty in tlfo Philippines so
that his retention In this country was
expected when tho Eleventh Cavalry was
ordered away He hason several occa
sions delivered addresses at the open air
services at the site of thtf proposed new
Episcopal Cathedral Mount St Albans
He has been very popular dmong the cav
alrymen at Tort Myer
Colonel Jdjci llCKlnient
The Second Cavalry has heen command
ed for several jears past by Col Henry E
Noyes who was computsorily retired a
few -days ago throughr me1 operation of
tho army regulation givTnVine War De
partment the option of retiring an officer
who bad reached the ago of sixty two
years The age at which officers are re
quired to leave tho active service is sixty-four
j ears Though no comment will
be made by ofPcials regarding Colonel
Nojes retirement It is understood that
reasons were- presented to tho Department
during the past jear to account for the
action taken 1
No promotion to fill the vacancy perma
nently has jet been made the regiment
being temporarily in charge of the next
ranking officer It is believed however
thit Col Ell L Hugginr now in the Phil
ippines will succeed to tho command of
the Second Cavalry
Arm OrtlerM
A board of officers has been appointed to
meet at St Paul Minn t at the earliest
dato practicable for the examination of
such officers as may be ordered before it
to determine their fitness for promotion
The detail for the board Is as follows
Lieut Col Charles B Byrne deputy
surgeon geuenl Maj Alfred Rejnolds
United States Infantry Inspector general
Maj Wilbcr V W ildr United States Cav
alry assistant adjutant general Capt
Charlc3 H Martin Fourteenth United
States Infantry First Lieut Elbert E
Persons assistant surgeon Capt Joseph
Frazler Fourteenth United States In
fantry recorder
Capt Louis B Law tqn Twenty sixth
ended States Infantry promoted from
first lieutenant Ninth United btatcs In
fantry subject to examination will report
in person to Lieut Col Charles U Byrne
deput surgeon general at St Paul Minn
at such Hole as he may be required by the
board for examination as to his fitness for
promotion
Capt Frank R Iyeef r assistant cur
geon United States Army is detailed as
a member of tho hoard of officers con
vened bv spc 1 ial orders July 22 vico
Lieut Col Robert M OReilly deputy
surgeon general United Stales Army wno
Is hereby relieved
Capt Archibald A Cabaniss venly
fourth Infantrv will proceed to Hot
Springs Ark aud report in person to the
commanding oflker Army and Navy Gen
eral Hospital for treatment
Leave of absence for fifteen dajs is
giant j Maj Joseph Garrard Ninth Cav
alry
First Lieut Henry B Fnrrar Artillery
Corps is relieved from further treat mint
at the United States Ctrhln al Hospital
Fort Bayard N M aniHw IU report in
person to the cemmandllfg officer Fort
Douglas Utah for duty L J
Chaplain Dniton W PSrty Eighteenth
Infantry is transferred J1 tho Artdlcrv
Corrs
The leave of a sence granted Cipt
Francis P Sivitcr quartermaster Twcn
tj -eighth Infantry is exteiiued one month
Leave of abHence for two months to
tae effect on or about iDucembcr lr is
granted Iirst Lieut Edunrd g Walton
Eighteenth Inantry
Leave or noser 10 for Lao months to
take eftect on or about lOiccinber 15 is
granted Seco d Lieut WUJiim B Baker
iiKiiicenin intaniry
The following transfersalro made In the
Twenty sevcntu Infantrj 2jCOnd Lieut
Arthur T Dalton from Company 1 lo
Company A Second Lieut Camplidl V
Flake from Company A to Company D
Xa Order
Acting Warrant Machinists B
haugen to Fagle and E W Andrews and
D C Beach detached Washington jard to
Illinois December 1
AH ELEGANT TOILET LUXURY
TTsfifl hxr nnrmlo nf rnfinfimfint
ot j for ovor a Quarter of a century
NOVEMBER 22 1901
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C RID AY SPECIAL C
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These Friday Sales are famous Thay result from an extra
effort we make to have this weekly event characterized by unusual
and extraordinary offerings Each is an eclipsing occasion
Alens Clothing Specials
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A GRAND LOT OF SIBKS NfinriY
l f licviat Sack Suits cat In the lal
V et le ihHcpattriM well trimmed and
earcuue raauc 111 iji i umuc iv en ai -
nd S 7 Ml sues Clwice
LONGCUT FULL BACK
MENS
Mixc l Overcoat 350 of them in
the lot ererj one of them good
enough for iw to ew our label in aetiially
worth tij Choie e
F YOU NEED A PAIR OF STOUT
lants 0U ran mvc just aliout a dollar a
pur by taking advantage of thu special
Friday offering choice of ctcral neat pat
tcrni vvoith 3 73 a pair Choice
Boys Clothing Specials
BY
SPECIVL PURCHASE A LOT OF
Bovs Double Ilreasted Short Pants S ill
neat 111 effect and well made lrnrtl
Sizes 7 to Li ears
OYS DOUBLE BREASTED AND
f j ovelti sj0rt Pints Suits strictly
wwi uoiiiiv naij cuee is sues 3
year- and worth f 50
n B VRGAIN IN BOYS OVERCOATS
year
Paik raj efft cut lony and
ver warm vehet col vr eizea
mu worth M
150
14
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rVls 250
PAIRS OF HOYS CORDUROY
Knee Panti -with taped seams ami patent
banda sizes 4 to 13 wottLi 5l a pair
Mens Furnishing Specials
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PERFECT
Tooth Powder
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C i LU LOT MEXS HE VVY RIDDED BAL-
bnjuan lidcnhirt we rcjucc them from 3r lecause
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mere are no Jirawers to inaMi
FINK GRADES OF UNDERWEAR UP
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to 2 0 have been broken in somn matntu en thit
onh Drawersare left Thev en m tin i so
cial for T7
MENS WARM CARDIGAN J CKETS V
most unusual xpetial tins ID of thera
chain worth
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in Dark colors worth 150 for
CTECIAL LOT OF MENS PLAIN WHITE AND
fancy - Imrderd Handkerchief full size and sheer an I
fine as ever was cold at 10c
BROKEN LOT Or MENS MERINO AND FAN
cy Cassimere Half Hose the color are fa3t and tlia
value is jlrons at c
RAGLAN RUNCOATS IN GREY
and Tan p isitiwtlv waterproof and
worth 13 and 16 50
BROKEN LOT OF MENS DOGSKIN WALKING GLOVES IN THE
fulnonablt shades of Tan near ctry size in one mate or another
shshtl coded from handling Actually 1 50 Clovef
extension soles strlish
1
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95
100
5C
15c
1000
75c
Mens and Boys Hat Specials
PURCHASE BRINGS US fa -
SSPECLVL Mcna Derby Fedora and U U ff U
Panama Soft Hatj that are worth np A i
to 13 all latest shapes Wo are going to TO la J
make it a one days ale and sell them all K -- - -
today by making the choice
VENS SAKSONV CRUSH HATS IN BLACK Q PfT
r XI A ian our i othct liar mats iilc the SI ii
tffllf hma
ar3 ir
GOLF CAPS TOR MEN ALL WOOL IN AS- C
forlnl colora and p ttem worth 23c and 30c Ill
Choice v
- HILDRENS WIDE BRIM FELT HATS LAT- OAT
sj v - U
i est sailor Jure In Blue Tan and Pearl worth Tii
PLUSH TOLO CAPS WITH Af
BOYS bands that can be polled down over the cars I U
woith soc i y
Ty OUGH RIDER HATS FOR THE BOYS In OXFORD BLACK- I f
and 1carl worth 73c J
rHLDRENS ALL WOOL TOBOGGAN CAPS IN BRIGHT n PC
ci warm and nalt worth 30e 4 3
Interesting Shoe Specials
WfM
JUL
IV 1 ENS BLVCK VICI KID AND WAN
I VI Calf Ijee Shoes with sinele or double
solej flarure Iiet L
1 trk rai erv latest sliapes
U s
and re enforced
and best of the
f ADIES BLACK VICI KID AND PAT-
JL enf Icitlcr Button and I ace Shoes me-
d um uctsht and
4-
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75
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975 1
245 1
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LDIES BLVCK VICI KID JULIETS WITH WfT
hand - turnnl olcs ml patent Iealliec tilSsoit S
uwl i liable worth 1 yn 4 J
OFTHSAND BOYS BLVCK WVX CVLF
I law nne wun rr ular or spring lieeL all holid
1 ler and just the for school worth 1 3
a fair
SSES AND CHILDRENS BLVCIC
let Tvid Button Slid kace hevv
aim ugur soics eierj iair guaranteed
Vi tth 1T3 a pair
Photo and Sporting Specials
NO ENDS OF CMERP
i o o 2 s f nil r A cot 28 Cjcle
V lcio Vm Prnio As ON 3 nitl A
SATS Kaitmin s fimk i No 4 and ik 1 1 iiluig
tSA lid 11 T linnn crinn mth im ti
98c
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Saks Company
Pennsylvania Avenue and Seven Hi Street
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Friday is
Remnant Day
During the past week weve been ran
sacking the various departments
hauling the stocks with more thorough
ness than usual to get in the best possi
ble shape for tho holiday business which
has already begun
Hut dont exacct to find oU Out-of-style
things We clean house so olten
and so systematically clearing up lots
that are too large or too small that goods
dont have time to get old or undesira
ble Some few things are soiled mussed
or otherwise defaced but the majority of
them are fresh seasonible goods
Everything has been marked for quick
clearance
Bargain in
Womens Linen
Handkerchiefs
A special purchase consisting of GO
dozen Womens Sheer All Hdca Hem
stitched Handkerchiefs good enough
quality for ones own U3e or for Xmaj
gifts
30c each 100 a dozen
Tirst floor Tenth St
Bargain in
Silkoline Comfort
ables
100 Silkoline Comfortables full double-
bed size good filling neat and service
able patterns
Special price 100 each
Second floor i
Bargain in Womens
Trimmed Hats
About 25 Hats In the best shapes and
stvltshly trimmed with fancy breasts
quills pompons ribbon and mirror velvet
Some of them are Ire3hly trimmed and
ju3t from the work rooms and are 51000
values A few have been on sale and ara
a bit mrssed We offer them at
Just half price 300 each
Millinery Department Second floor
Colored Dress Goods
End3 of pieces of all sorts of dress
goods mostly short lengths for WAlsts
and skirts though many of them are long
enough for dresses at an average of a
third and half A great variety of fabrics
plain and fancy including rich warm
plaids for childrens wear
Black Dress Goods
2j yds 51 Inch Broadcloth Reduced
from 6 23 to 5 00 for pee
2tJ jds 41 inch All wool Granite Cloth
Reduced from JlSS to 110 for pee
lVjyds All wool Broadcloth Reduced
from Jl 30 to 250 for pee
rsyds Efl inch All wool Cheviot Re
duced from 2S1 to 175 for pee
U yds 42 Inch Silk Warp Henrietta
Reduced from 11 25 to 9 50 for pee
4 jds 40 inch Silk Warp Melrose Re
duced from S 00 to 5 00 for pee
4 vds 44 inch Brilllantine Rfduced
from 00 to 325 for pee
4 jds 44 inch All wool Henrietta Re
duced from 53 00 to 250 for pc
4L yds 16 lnch All wool Whipcord Re
duced from 5 3 to 450 for pee
Ssyds 3S inch Silk and Wool Melroso
Reduced from 4 21 to 3 25 for pee
34 vd3 44 inch Silk and Wcol Janun
Reduced from 5 50 to J1 00 for pes
3 jds Si inch Broadcloth Reduced
from 44 to 47 for
3i ds 34 inch All wool Cheviot Re
duced from SG 30 to J1 CO for pco
2 ids 42 inch Black and White Cheek
Reduced from 250 to L2S for pee
4 jds 12 lnch Black and White Tlaid
Reduced from 1 00 to 200 for pee
C j ds 41 inch Grey and Black TlaiJ
Reduced from 1200 to 1 50 for pee
C jds 11 inch Striped Grenadine Re
duced from 16 50 to 850 for pee
C yds 43 nch Plain Silk and Wool Gren
adine Reduced from 12 00 to 8 00 for
pee
Tlrst floor
Hosiery Dept
13 pairs Womens Cotton Hcae la fancy
polka dots and striped effects alzea S and
10 Reduced from 50c to 3 pairs for 100
30 pairs Womens Eitra Fine la lo
Tnread Hose in fancy effects tees 3- 9
and Oti Reduced from 75c to 33c 3 pairs
for SI 00
First floor
Knit Underwear Dept
in Womens Swiss Ribbed Merino Vesl3
in grej mixed effects high neck and short
sleeves size 1 Reduced from 1QQ to Oa
each
9 Womens Swiss Ribbed Silk Vests low
neck and no sleeve t lavender size 5
Reduced fro 62iac to 37Hc each
Tlrst floor
WOODWARD LOTHROP

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