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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1012.
W. B. MOSES & SONS
SPECIAL THANKSGIVING SALE
FINE DINING ROOM FURNITURE
REDUCTIONS THAT HAVE RARELY BEEN EQUALED
Some splendid examples of the cabinetmaker's art are offered in this sale. Our cuts give only a faint notion of the beauty of these pieces. All choice designs and of genuine merit in all respects.
FOR OUTSIDE WORK
School Superintendent Even
, Would Include Music
Superintendent of School W M. Dav
idson la In faor not nl of giantlng
credits for outstrip nrk doiio by tu
dentu of Biislnr! Hlsli Hchool, us kur
geeted by Principal l)al!i but purposed
to extend the RiuiitlnK of credits for
outside work In anntliei kind of wotk
to all the high mliools of the city. This
other work Is iiiurlr
"I can see no koiI reason why the
high schools should not extend the
granting of credits f'J urk donn ut
home us fur ni pnnlble In all subjects,"
said Mr. DnIilMn tod.is "nd the
study of musle h ulrli. I" a branch In
which this plan I pnrtli-nlni ly feasible.
Often Quit Music.
"As conditions nn un in the high
schools of the land a Kir! tnillnjc In
the hlRh school finiuenin drops her
musical studies lnr.iiise of stress of
academic work Tills . irinliily should
not be Instead of dlrniu.iRlnt; In this
negative sort of ua tb. mdy if mu
sic the schools might l iiicoiiiase It
h" giving cteillls for intisli.il study un.
der proper instruction
"One recognizes th.it the question of
what Ih proper liistnictlun lll pntent
some difficult slttiMt'ons occasionally
Yet this cun all be wurkrd out, und
"The general principal of credits for
outside work Is excellent It links the
Inteicst of the student In ot uldc mat
ters with his or her woik In school nud
tends to correlate school and borne life,
making the pupil unllie that school
work Is not, as It should nut be, a thing
of life apart.
Aid To Parents.
"Suppose a buy In the Business High
School Is the sun or a feed merchant.
That boy Is studlng the General prin
ciples of bookkeeping In school. If he
goes home and applies those principles
to the books of hts father h business
and learns their practical application,
It Is n good thing foi the bo and Inci
dentally will pleue his father The
school oblous1 cannot liaili feed busi
ness bookkeeping In dctnll but It can
and should ghe the sludmt credit for
Actual bookkeeping work done outside
the school "
As outlined be 1'ilinlp.il D.nls and
approved by Hi, super ntendent, Husl
neas High students .lll l" t 11 edits for
work slmllai o' iH.itni t imi of school
done by the studints h 'her at home
or where the ni.i be iniUicd out of
THOMAS TAGGART 56
YEARS OF AGE TODAY
. Other Prominent Men Also Cele
brating Birth Anni
This Is the flft -sixth bithda of
Thomas Taggait. foi rn.ini eears the
recognlied ncmociatl, le.i.le, n mil
ana, who was born In Wnteiford, lie
land, November 17. lv,., .in i came to
America with bis p.trenls when a small
boy, and settled In Ohio , ing Thomas
had to earn his iinn Ihliii, Ho. nt the
age of fifteen he uht.ine cnplovment
as a waltei in Indlunip" w it was onlv
a short time after t is tl it the young
man had piospeied nm g i.. . ngagc In
the restaurant and Ivn. ' i iiIirhs, In
which he has made h lim c.rnmu
He entered .ictu. m politics In
lRSti, when be w.is , i td niulltcir ot
Marlon rniint, Ind . in iiti Demo
crat to hold the of ti e slier nco. Threo
terms as mayor nf ii t ,i ,, , , ,nu,c. him
a power In Indiana polities md led to
his appointment as . h.ii mi of the
State committee lie ws ,, ,rmber of
the Demociatlc national lommlttee
from 1900 to 1W, and foi f..ur ce.irs was
chairman of that bod
v.Ttho 'J1'., n,rJ l..il. llarklns,
bishop of I'rovldenie, ', ,, , uttnc hts
sixty-seventh blithd.i i. ' , Kiancls
P. Venable, president nf i fnlserslty
Of North Caiollna. Is firn-i veins old
and Herbert Knn Smith frmer Uni
ted States commlsslnnc r . r . rporatlons
Is forty-three yeais 'f ,ig, Prank a"
Vanderllp. noted i,.,u, , ,, m",.t.:
la forty-eight .vears . 1.) i i, anrt 'ron.'
fjessman vrinfUIrt .-. utt llnumond. of
he second .Mlnni-mt.i dlsft, t, iB fort
Blno years of uge
"Visit to Scotland"'
Topic for Blind
Wilbur V. Mullah, i en i
blind of Washing!, i Tm
tn, on "A Visit to (v . i ,i
evening the Cbe i ,.
furnish perfoimers i
Patsy Prcwltt sopi ,
Goff, contralto. Cm .,
tone: Miss Alice r
snd MIsh Mattlu llur ,i
Doth perforjnanci u n
regular meeting pi
the Library of Cong i
' ire to tho
i at : i i.
")n Pi Ida v
:' m iiaiy will
vi - Cuiulvn
M Ikr, hurl-
i. en In the
ih. blind In
s hot, but
It Is not when l'i- '
when It Is cooling
Don't sit around , r cor?iRlng
to cool off, clmiigc join mula umlor. I
' clothing at once.
Don't filoii on Hie i, ,0, fnrl,01. t0
talk with a frleinl k. p moving.
Don't fall to throw ;, nr,M, around
your shoulders aft. r ij, ,gi U80
Don't fall to keep Si ,my.Hevcu"
bandy and tako a lun i n10 flist
chill or shiver follow ii!rk(, aug.
gestlonB and you win truiom lime a
A small vial of pleasant pellets.
I fits the vest pocket At jur rjniR
; (let 2Sc. or mailed.
. Humphreys' HomK) Mr,iii-ni. 0 it vil
J Ilia St.. New York -AdeiUsemtni
Solid Mahogany Buffet
54 inches long. French
bevel plate glass.
Regular Price, $95
China Case lo match,
with full mirror back; 3
$36.00 Serving Table To Match, $27.50.
Solid Mahogany Buffet
(Width, 6 feet.)
Pure Colonial Type.
$90.00 China Case To Match, $70.00.
(Size 4 feet 3 inches.)
ORIENTAL RUG SALE
Rugs offered in this Special Sale constitute the finest collection of Persian and Turkish
pieces wc have ever gotten together. The stock contains many Rugs, unusual in size, colorings
and design, and each piece has been selected with greatest care.
The "Kirman" has long enjoyed the dis
tinction of being the most mellow and soft
toned of all Persian Rugs. Wc have a fine
selection of these spclndid pieces from 7 ft.x
10 ft. to 11 ft.xl6 ft.
Special Prices from $175 to $950.
Some very fine pieces from 8 ft.x 10 ft.
to 11 ft.x 15 ft.
Special Prices from $175 to $450
1 Bale Fine Irans
If your requirements call for a heavy,
well woven Rug, about 5 ft. by 7 ft., in a
variety of soft tones, you will do well to
examine these nieces.
Special Prices from $45 to $85
Meshed and Ispahan
Very soft tones and, like the Kirmans,
well adapted to parlor and reception room
use . Sizes range from 8 ft. by 10 ft. to 10
ft. by 13 ft., and the
Special Prices from $175 to $275
100 Fine Silky Beloochistans
Ranging in sizes from the little mat to
5 ft. by 8 ft.
Special Prices from $6 to $75
A moderate price Rug. Sizes range from
8 ft. by 11 ft. to 12 ft. by IG ft.
Special Prices from $95 to $250
These pieces are not litlc mats, but fair
sized Rugs, about 2 ft. 0 in.x5 ft.
Special Price, $11.50 Each
Small Kirmanshahs, about (P0 rk
A ft.x6 ft. Special price tbOZ.jU
Small Kirmanshahs, about d0 AA
3 ft.x5 ft. Special price .tb.j4.UU
small aarouxs, anout 4 It.
x6 ft. Special price. ..
Small Mosuls, about 4 ft. 6
in.xO ft. 6 in. Special the a fA
Small Beloochistans, about 3
ft.x5 ft. (J in. Special
Mahogany Finish Sideboard
(5 feet 6 inches.) '
Like cut, except it
has claw feet.
China Case and Side
Table lo match also reduced.
Mahogany .Colonial Sideboard
(Pure type -5 feet C inches.)
Rea! Value, $150.00
French bevel mirror,
handsomel) can ed.
6-Foot Mahogany Sideboard
(Only Three of These Left.)
A beautiful piece
for a large dining
room. Si 20 China
Case to match, re
Early English Sideboard
(Size 5 feet 6 inches.)
Only one of a pattern left, and will be sold for half price.
Worth Thanksgiving Sale, $.00
$130.00 I , - 1 QJ
Massive Mahogany Sideboard
(Size 5 ft. G inches.)
Pure colonial type:
French bevel plate mirror,
18x56 inches. Regular
China Case to match,
4 fec,t wide, reduced from
82 to $59
One Solid Mahogany Buffet
Seven mahogany China Cases
Pure colonial type, 4 feet wide. Will contain
two full dinner sets.
FINEST TABLE LINENS
Monday Morning Specials
Fine Hand-woven Double Damask Bou
quet Cloths; in good line of patterns; 2lZ
yards wide, 4 yards long. Nap- (ji aa
kins to match 3 1 U. UU
Fine Full Bleached Damask Napkins; good
patterns; 22 inches "square. An
Dozen 3). U
Fine Double Damask Hemstitched Cloths,
2 yards square, with 23-inch din AA
Napkins to match. Set tblU.UU
25 dozen 26-in. Bleached Dam- rtr aa
ask Dinner Napkins. Special, dozen. )O.UU
lo dozen Hemstitched Tray Cov-or
ers; extra good quality. Special uuC
36-inch Hemstitched Teacloths; a-i op
heavy quality. Each tbl.ZD
1 50 8-4 Moravian Damask Pat
tern Cloths; new designs. Special. .
24-inch Fine Bleached Damask Dinner
Napkins; extra good value; nice An j-
range of patterns. Dozen 3)J. jU
50 dozen Fine German and Irish Bleached
Huck Towels; hemstitched ends; tigured and
plain, with monogram borders on i
15 pieces Fine Full Bleached Scotch Dam
ask, 71 inches wide; new line of (ti aa
patterns; big value. Yard 3)1.UU
Plain Satin Damask Cloths, with plain
border; hemstitched edge, with Qrj nA
Napkins to match. Set 3I.UU
Fine Double Damask Hemstitched Clothe;
2 ards wide, 2',j yards long, with 2 3-inch
Napkins to match, in the following patterns:
Fern, Carnation, Chippendale, Plain Stripe,
Hose and Pearl Festoons. Chrys- Q-t a aa
anthemum and Ornamental. Set..Jpl4,.uU
Brass Bed Bargains
We have an immense stock of Brass Beds to select
from, and invite your inspection during- the Thanks
giving Sale, while a long line of bargains is being offered.
Only a few are here listed.
53 1 .00
54 1 .00
S 4 7.00
IN order to introduce a new line o
we are sacrificing every Early
our slock. The occasion is one
in need of any piece in this list:
t ngnt tinned uming Room Furniture
English Dining Room piece now in
which will he appreciated bv those
ll-l I in.
llfiliicl ll ll
S 5 1.00
Mahogany Dining Room
TO encourage and promote Thanksgiving cheer, we are also offer
ing many beautiful samples of Mahogany Dining Room Furniture
at prices'thal should appeal to any competent critic of Mich goods:
Buffets Dining Tables China Cases
S 54.00 $25.00
S 56.00 $27.50
Golden Oak Samples
ANY preler the golden oak to any other linisli. Here are ome
superb examples in this wood, as well made .is 'art can make
them and at piices that compel aiteniioii.
S 5 O.JO
S 2 7.5o
S 14.50 $11.75
SI 2.oo $9.75
Cut Glass and
B. MOSES & SONS, F and 11th Streets
and Wall Papers