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tHl Ming f OILD,, MONDAY, JUKI 16, 1918.
CAPITOL FACES !LSBM
MOST BUSY WEEK
WITH HOT DAYS
pountry Growing Impatient
Over Tariff Delay and
Be Samuel M. Williams.
QMaaT Ommnlnt of Tk
WAMINOTON'. June IS. With the
MM sweltering; hot either of the sum
mar settling down upon Washington nil
breaonee of the Om ornment started to
day a weak of Important activity.
to fa schedule:
Pieoldent Wllaon li workina on a epe
etol meesace to Congress outlining the
ascssalty of new legislation on banking
The Supreme Court Is expected to hand
dow tbla afternoon decision! In aeveral
railway rata rasas, supplementing the
rata decision of last week.
are forty-nine cases before the
some of them Involving two-rent
regulations Imposed by various
No Biliousness, Headache,
Sick, Sour Stomach, In
Tongue or Constipation.
Furred Tongue, Had Taste, Indi
gestion, Sallow Skin and Miserable
Headaches come from a torpid liver
and clogged bowels, which cause
your stomach to become filled with
undigested food, which sours aad fer
ments like garbage in a swill barrel.
That's the first step to untold misery
indigestion, foul gases, bad breath,
yellow akin, mental fears, everything
that is horrible aad nauseating. A
Caeca ret to-night will give your con
stipated bowels a thorough cleansing
and straighten you out by morning.
They work while you sleeo a 10-cent
I box from your druggist will keep you
Here i ii: . l. Latin--- a
. n iui wuBiui, milium. u
men and women take a Cascaret now
The Democratic, majority of the Senate
finance Committee hopea to complete Its
Ubkerlni with the TarlfT bill and by the
esses of the week submit It to the Dem-
I House Committee on Banking and
Garrancy will have sessions to mark out
path to follow through the confu-
i of currency leglalatlon. Every Con-
BT seaman makes a showing of knowledge
la public, but privately admits that the
abject la too deep for blm to compre-
eaujlllaa Battleship roanlnar
NORFOLK. Ve.. June 16 The
allien battleship Mlnaa Oeraea
out the Virginia Capes at 11. IS
at. to-day for New York, accom
panied by the battleship Arkansas, to
StWlf a await Dr T.allrn MhIUt Hrlvlltan
Iflaietri of foreign affaire.
and then to keep their stomach, liver
and bowels regulated, and never know
a miserable moment. Don't forget
the children their little inside need
a good, gentle cleansing, too.
" OcuUmW OptMmma
BmlJ a Century to Benin sea
Isn't it natural that
our half-century of
us for the responsible
work of fitting glasses
in the moat depend
Eyas Examined Without Charge
by Registered Eye Physicians.
Perfect Pitting Glasses, i.ao to lis.
217 Broadway. Aster House.
223 Sixth Ave., 1 5th St. 350 Sixth Ave.. 22d St
101 Nassau. Ann St. 1 7 West 42d New York,
490 Fulton St.. Cor. Bond St.. Brooklyn.
will continue Tomorrow and remainder of the week their
Removal Sale of
Artistic and Practical Furniture
carrapruing complete suites and separate pieces, in the most desirable
designs, woods and finishes, for Dining Rooms, Living Rooms and
Bedrooms, also a large collection of Art Furniture, at
Remarkable Reductions in Prices
Among the Exceptional Offerings are
Walnut Bureaus. Reduced from $48.00. to 135.00
Mahogany Bureaus, 62.50, " 44.00
Mahogany China Closets, 80.00, " 58.00
Mahogany Sheraton Buffets. 85.00. " 65.00
Mahogany Colonial Buffets, 90.00, " 72.00
Mahogany Dining Chairs, " 1 1.50. " 8.75
Mahogany Drop Leaf Tables, 17.50, 13.75
Mahogany Work Tables, 16.50, " 13.75
Mahogany Library Tables. " 40.00. " 32.00
Leather Arm Chairs, 57.50. " 33.00
Abo their entire stock of Willow, Rattan and other
At Prices to effect an Immediate Clearance.
la connection with the Removal Sale of Furniture, they will also offer
a number of very desirable
in Colonial Designs, Continuous Posts and Square Tubing, in all sizes,
of the finest construction and guaranteed lacquer,
at 112.50, 15.00, 18.50, 20.00 to 35.00
Former Prices from $16.50 to 55.00
Brass Bungalow Bedsteads, from $6.00 to 1 4.00
Former Prices from $8.50 to $19.00
White Enamel Bungalow Bedsteads, at 4.50
White Enamel Bedsteads, Formerly $9.00. at 7.00
Attention is directed to their exceptional facilities for the
Dry Cold Air Storage
of Furs, Fur-lined Garments and Oriental Rugs at
Very Low Rates. Furs Altered and Repaired during the
Spring and Summer at Special Concessions in Prices.
Draperies and Hangings Stored. Lace Curtains Cleaned
at Moderate Cost and Stored Free of Charge. Articles
called for upon request Telephone: Gramercy 4000.
For Wednesday. June 18th. they have in preparation
A Special Clearance Sale of
Women's House Gowns, Kimonos
f At Extraordinarily Low Prices
Particulars will appear in Tuesday evening s papers.
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Underpricing such as is rarely seen even here I
The bargains were NEVER BIGGER than during
this event. For, in addition to dispersals from our
own superb stocks, we have added THOUSANDS OP
DOLLARS' WORTH OF ATTRACTIVE SUMMER
MERCHANDISE THAT WE BOUGHT CHEAPLY
from manufacturers who were discouraged by May's
Space doesn't admit of giving more than a mere
HINT of the thousands of bargains in our two in
trense buildings. But COME I BE CONVINCED I
frW Green Trading Stamps
save tor you ise eqmvsient of s per cent, on ins gooas you Day Mars.
Complimentary frtf WSkWl
oev rDri? t Ban
As many sets as am reasonably required for books unfilled
will be given. Distribution in Premium Parlor, Third Floor,
GBEENHUT Building, tomorrow. Only 100 complimentary
stamps good In any one book.
Our Cut Long-Stemmed.
I AJse U-IU I WEST HAS-
1 hi Mini f mm isjaj Jc L
(sum pioaf. MA
Elsewhere l to
$1.50 a dozen; our
morrow, a do tan
IN Ballolag )
Extra Special frweo
its sat sat Aranstsi
for bat trimming; bunches
(First Rear, MAIN Be Heist.)
le Hitk-aad-Ceiteei Crap do Cblee
27 inches wide; In p.aln in
and two-toned effects; yd.. . leFC
(Mais Fleer. MAIN BaUsHg.)
50c aad SI
eluding kid aad lisle; for
(Mala Fleer. MAIN Banana.)
(Ne Mall, Tslsekees er C. O. ft. O rears
also Beys' UfM-WeJ
lies 2 to It
to S3; choice S
(Secoao Fleer. MAIN Bailstag.)
St and BS.80 Leather Hand
only 100 In the lot; mad
sorted real leather; calf- $a ma
skin-or silk-lined; at.. OJoW
(Mais riser, MAIN Building )
Me Bag Sage alia Malt;
pretty color effects; at..
ir.REFNHIir BuHsl.i. Flr.i PI Mr I
r IMS oa ra. ..ova .lift .Boc ai.
Women's Charming Summer Jrm9&rlm
Here for special selling as follows :
Values to $2.95;
Values to $3.95; $
Values to $6;
Soace Is too limited lor details hers but the assortment of materials Includes Whits Voile or Batista (Isce end embroidery trimmed)
dery (lece-irlmmed), Striped Tissues. Voiles snd Percsles. French sod Ramie Linen, Cotton Eponge. waits Bedford, foulard. All-Wool Sergee.
eases at SI.2S and II .SS values to S3. 95 will be on sale on the Main Floor, opposite the Grand Fountain. Extra salespeople in sttendanca. NONB
SENT ON APPBOVAL OB C. O. D.
(First Fleer, MAIN Batistas.)
Misses & Children
AnUnparalleled Sale of Shoes
We Purchased the Entire Superb Stock of the Lynn-Beverly Shoe Co., One of the Largest High-Class
Specialty Wholesale Shoe Merchants in This City. We paid Less Than
50c on the Dollar, and Your Bargains Are as
Big as Our Savings
Here's a sale of shoes, beginning tomorrow, that will undoubtedly
please our regular customers and make thousands of new friends for
The Big Store.
The shoes offered are high-class, and in the very leathers and
styles now featured in nine stores out of ten at regular prices. The
Lynn-Beverly Shoe Co. is retiring from business, ana that's the reason
for this immediate cash transaction. This shoe concern sold to the
best retail trade, only. Every pair of these high-class shoes is new
and perfect, and all were made for this season's selling.
This sale begins, tomorrow, with $22300 worth of women's, misses'
and children's shoes. The mountainous assortments include:
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Iks Oreealwt-Sl'-tsl Cooscr 0s.
evias rsfsrssss e ti tatarsiee he IS elSh
fee this esy j ke aaSsrslsasS, es saa.pt roar offer
fee the lanssss 1st of Shea, ss ssr las term ef ear
la this trsaasstlsa. ee assors sea that fat
If stars haa leaves as ajmerauelee sea
all its soeeetltsrs, aaS jeu are to he eeaarati
iaoa your seessss Is this resars.
Women' High and Low Shoe
Misses' and Children' High-Cut and Regular-Cut Shoe
Larger Girls' High-Cut and Regular-Cut Shoe
infante' High-Cut and Regular-Cut Shoe
Women' Evening Slipper and Satin Pump
Women's $2.50 to $4 Shoes this season's smallest styles ;
in pstent leather and gun-metal calfskin; button or
lace shoes, cloth or dull kid top shoes, also tan Russia
calfskin, kidskin and white canvas. High Cuban or
military heels; all sizes and all widths; $J gg
Women's 12.50 to $3.50 Lew
patent leather, gun-metal, tan Russia
calfskin and white canvas; in Oxfords
and Colonials; welted or hand-turned
soles; all sizes and widths;
Misses' and Children's $3 and $2.50 Button ShoeH high and
a . 1 laalriar niin.rnulal t an, I la ra
as ism i an i
a, Btxj-a . i- nsiFiir leather, ffun-mefal calf and lan
ICkUIBI Sat V a ass !- --- .as- " .
Bussls cslfsUn; with cloth or dull kid lops; sizes
8V4 io II; at
Girls' 12.50 aad SS Shoes -high-cut and regular-mi styles; In
pstsnt lesthsr, tsn Rustle cstf and gun-metal calf; button
stylo; cloth or dull kid lops; all alias from m lease' S-a qq
11 's to ihe larger girls' SVi; at l.Oaf
am ' W
Infants' '1.50 & '1.75 Shoes
High-cut and regular-cut button styles in
pstent leather, gun-metal calf and tan 0
Russia calf. Beautifully made, with light, QC
flexible soles. All sizes up to 8; at
And Don't Overlook Women's $3
This Offering of Evening
As choice s collection of footwssr of this chsrscter
All shsdss snd colon. Dsintiest pompons to match. Every
Slippers & Satin Pumps, at 1 1Q
etar as any store has bad the privilege of offering even at resular prices. T0Jr
Every pair with hand-turned solos. All sisoo and widths pneM-
THERE IS NO DOUBT ABOUT IT THIS SHOE SALE WILL CREATE A NEW RECOBO FOB SELLINO THE VALUES
Shirt TliCDBBnos evil I lUUcrtliTcl v rnuuiun tud a ttcutiarj tm urw nunn j!r',"i: talulj
MILES OP THE BIG STOBE. TMOaB WITHIN
Safe Begins Here tomorrow Morning. Promptly mt 8:19. Mxtru MMmtm In Attendmnce.
(SaeesS Floor, MAIN BulleMas.)
A BADIUS Of
flMkS COM EARLY.
76e and 98 Lace Veils In chentilly or washable
lace; Chiffon Veils in crepe, chillon or chiffon JQ
cloth; st ,c
25c Mesh Veilings In msgpie, brown and navy;
mostly chenille dotted effects; I- and l-yard rj
(Mala Vlonr. MAIN BulMlns)
Linens and Muslins
At June Clearance Sale Prices Tomorrow
7c UNBLEACHED MUb
I IN ward
7c WHITE COTTON
TWILLED TOWELING gal
IS, SCALLOPED EDGE LINEN
IV RENAISSANCE DOT- 70
Has 1 2-inch; each ,v
14c BLEACHED HEMMED O
PILLOW CASES aach.
10c FRINGED OBLONG DAM
ASK DOYLIES gc
l9c"ChAND ' '?'' ' PI AIN ' AND
FANCY WHITE GOODS nr
4oT EMBROIDF.RED INITIAL
ISc WHITE AND FANCY
CRBPa suiimin liC
49c JAPANESE RENAIS
SANCB SCARFS gOg,
DAMASK 64 in: j ; Q7P
iSc HEMMED (hlx9: Inch)
BLEACHED MUS CO
LIN SHEETS aach FH,
l SCALLOPED EDGE LINEN
TRAY CLOTHS ggc
IIJS HEMSTITCHBD AND
SCALIXPED EDGE E.W
BROIDERF.D INITIAL PIL
LOW CASES -pair, hi gj.
H six AND ll.M SCALLOPED
EDGE LUNCHEON SETS
GREEN OUT BUILDING
$5 SSL Imported Royal
Bavarian China Cake Sets
7l 'vxtr mi
Complete with Eaeel, as llluatrated, at
These sets consist of one large cake
plate ard six smsll ones, with finely exe
cuted FRUIT AND FLORAL DESIGNS,
in soft and natural colors, and coin gold
To match above sets we also offer :
3c Bread aad Bailer Plalea
50c Salad Plalea on
We reserve (he right to limit quantities.
NO MAIL OR TELEPHONE ORDERS FILLED.
(GREENHUT Building. Mais Fleer.)
-GREEN BUT BUILDING
BesvlsNr. Hi,. gasa
$23.80. . 8 310 . $U.7S
25.50.. 8.0x12.0 ... 1S.78
aad slightly mis
RasiilsHr. Slia. Sal
$13 50 7 80
12.50. SalS.S ... B.TB
At big reductions from original selling prices.
etulerlr Siaa S
1.75 Shirvsn 38x6$.
1.85 Wool a
1. 10 Wool . 27x84
nock 24x48 1.48
af &fe $2.50
All while sud plain Arsb colors, mounted on very
heavy cable net. Only 500 pairs at this price, tomorrow.
82.75 Scrim Curtains s splsndid Quality scrim,
trimmed with Isce edge and insertion; $ ff
Only 280 psirs on ssle, tomorrow, st l.tJV
Offerings of a lias character would create spirited
falling even at the aad of July. During the middle
of June these vslues are doubly sensationsl.
M . (QRB1NHUT SvBSIas, First Fleer.)
For Garden and Home
In Town and Country
These specials, tomorrow, from our June Clearance Sales.
Manhattan Lawn Mowers 8-
inch driving wheel; easy-running;
3 steel blades.
12-Inch $2 JO I 18-inch $2.00
14-inch $2.70 1 18-inch $$.00
Manhattan Lawn Mowers
ball bearing features.
12-inch. . .$3.10 I IB-inch . . $S0
14-inch. . $3.30 18-inch . . $3.70
Manhattan Lawn Mowers high wheel, ball-bearing ; 10-inch driving wheal; 3 steal blades
12-Inch 84.18 i 14-inch $4.75 18-inch 84 S6 18-inch
(GREENHUT BuiMine, Mais Floor.)
GREENHUT BUILDING- SS
(All of our garden boss is fully guaranteed.)
Woven Cotton Garden Heae exceptionally strona
outer covering of woven cotton; inner hose' of good
quality rubber, making it a substsntial high-pres- Sew
ears hose; 28 fi 21
a a f -e7
avieai a tt
-..li. ' ' as ' '
well made; fine
grade ; 25 feet
50 fast S4.7S
Extra Heavy Garden
will staad blah Sea
pressure; 2$ feel 0
50 feet favgg
.(GREENHUT BullSlsg. Main Floor. L
$1.75 Screen Doors, $1.25
4-inch frames; J s-lnch thick; 2 coats of varnish; cov
ered with best quality wire; assortment of staple alias.
(Bring exact measurements with you, ss we do not ex
change screen doors or send them C. O. D.)
(GREENHUT BuilJmg, Mais Floor.)
The Bio Store
J B OREENHUT.
1 9M. . I.
EL COOPER 0.
nerved in Our Tern Room, third rtoe-
Het Beast Beef Saadwieb with Hsagbstll
rreea KauDaro ne,
CaaefCeVee er Pet ef rresbly Made
We 23d and 22d Streets
(Taire near, smi