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TTTE W.ARTTTNGTOX TDfES; TUESDAY. JAXUABY S. 1918.
BIG ISSUE SETTLED ; WATER AND POWER THE CITY'S SOCIAL SIDE
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BOND BLDG. CASE. TO BE INTRODUCED; io House
X decision of sreat Interest, to real The Administration water tranpor-'
estate InTestora and lenders of money' tatlon and power aeTeiopnicui u... .,
In tho District was rendered ester-! ready for Introduction In Consrejs.
day afternoon by the Court of Ap- U l designed to Increase naTlea
peals of the District In the opinion blllty of atreams. co-ordinating water
reT.rsln- tha decree of Justice Staf- transportation with rail, and produce
ford of the District Supreme Court tremendous expansion In the coun
ln what la Known aa the Bond build-' try's power facilities by harnessing
In case. the atreams.
The New Tork Life Insurance Com- rresldent Bealad II.
ss&oT a vsrra&j -- ,-
brought suit for foreclosure against' of the President. Secretary of War
the Bond Building Company In the Baker. Secretary of Agriculture
Supreme Court of the District to have-Houston, Secretary of the Interior
a receiver appointed to take charce lM ana ieadlnc conservationists to
01 uu boji " j,.i.v.w " ronrrui
. .. ...n.- nf It. Tnnrlricr. Winsrtn.
The court appointed Wilton J. Lam
belt, receiver. Upon hearing of tie
decree for sale. opposltlonwaa made
br the Washington. Baltimore, and
Amasolls Railway Company, whlchH
Ualtned It had a, lease on part of the
ot..- rtnnr of the Bond bulldliur
which did not expire unttTl923, and
that although the mortgage of the
insurance company was prior to the
acquirement of the railway com
pany's lease from the Bond Build
ing Company, yet after foreclosure
proceedings rent had been accepted,
aad It waa Insisted they were en
titled to the benefit of their lease.
Justice Stafford of the lower court
In, signing the decree directed that
the railway company should have the
right -to the lease.
Appellate Court's Verde.
Br the Appellate Court's opinion. It
la held that the case must be con
trolled entirely by District law, and
taceetlon 05 of the code for the
District provides that the court shall
have, power on applications for fore
croaore to order the property sold
and the proceeds brought Into court;
that reeelvera under such circum
stances are officers of the court, and
tt a, mortgage la entitled to have
the security sold free from encum
brance subsequent to the recording
or his mortgage. The case Is referred
back to the District Supreme Court
for the entry of a decree In accord
ance with the Appellate Court's opin
ion with costs.
The life Insurance company ru
represented by Attorneys .McKenney
I N"ot onlv is It deaiened to Increase
transportation and power facilities.
but it also" Is expected to fettle a
ten-year fight orer who shall con
trol the country's streams. Conser
vationists In Congress have been bat
tling desperately to keep, the wat.r
Lpower out of the hands of the power
trust. The proposed bill, Representa
tive Ferris said today, would pre
serve the public rights forever, at
the same time giving the public the
fullest benefits from their .develop
ment. The bill creates a commission, com
posed of the Becretary of War. Secre
tary of Agriculture, and Becre
tary of the Interior, to have charge of
developing the country's water 'power.
The President Is authorlred to appoint
an executive officer for the commission,
to serve for Ave years, at $10400 a. yz.
He is given power to lssne licenses for
construction of dams, reservoirs, power
houses, transmission linpa, or any other
projects which will aid In power de
velopment or Improve navigation. Li
censes are for fifty years. Licensees
must submit all plans for Improvements
to the commission, which may alter
them If It sees fit.
Licensees must pay an annual fee or
rental td the Government, to be fixed
by the commission, but in the case of
power development, to be not less than
10 cents a year for each horsepower de
veloped. This charge Is not to be Im
posed on States or cities.
CURE DRINK TEA!
Get a small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea. or as the German folk
call It "Hamburger Brust Thee,"
at any pharmacy. Take a table
spoonful of tho tea. put a cup of
boiling water upon it, pour through
a sieve, and drink a teacup full
at any time. It Is the most ef
fective way to break a cold and
cure grip, as It opens the pores,
relieving congestion. Also loosens
the bowels, thus breaking a cold
It la Inexpensive and entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless.
McADOO SETTLES BIG
PROBLEM IN 4 MINUTES
Director Cjenetal McAdoo has es
tablished a record for quick handling
of big business.
Mayor Kiel and a dozen of the most
prominent business men of -St, Louis
came to Washfngton'to see him. They
represented hundreds of thousands of
people and millions of dollars in
wealth. They wanted him to do some
thing about the St Louis bridge tolls.
This distinguished delegation was
given Just fdflr minutes by Mr. Mc
Adoo. , This was enough, however, for the
director general to dispose of the case,
and the delegation went back to St.
Louis feeling the four-minute audi
ence worth the long Journey.
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Sanitary Wood Beds
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SgS r im) y w u v
Mrs. Wilson and several guests ac
companied the President to the Capi
tol -this morning when he spoke be
fore Congress. Following the reading
of his message. Dr. MUenko Vesnltch,
chief of the Serbian mission, ad-'
dressed the House. Tho galleries
were filled with officials diplomats,
and resident society folk, with many
of the notable men and wqmen In
Washington on war uork present, and
the double address was made a gala
Yesterday Serbian. Xsaaa.
Dr. Vesnltch dined Informally with the
Third Assistant Secretarj" of State and
Mrs. Brecklnrldxe Long last evening.
The other members of the mission were
guests of Lltut. Hamilton Hah Ann
strong, U. S. A., at the theater, after
dining at the Shoreham. .Testerday be
ing the Serbian Christmas, the minister
of Serbia'. Mr. Mlchallovltch. entertained
at luncheon, at the legation. He had
with him members of the Serbian mis
sion, of the Jugo-Slav commission, and
Mf. and Mrs. Albert Billings Jluddock
entertained Informally at luncheon to
day, with General Rashltch. of the Ser-
oian commission, as me cucsi oi nonor.
CoL and Mrs. John R. William's
have leased the residence at 1725 N
street which they have been occupy
ing for several months to Major and.
, T.,W r..& !.. V4I1 1A . '
aesslon next wsek. Major Cruse, who
is from Chicago, is legal adviser to
the Ordnance .Department.
Colonel and -Mrs, Williams expect
to take possession. shortly., of 'the
home they are building in Massachu
setts avenue and meanwhile Mrs.
Williams will, go to NewTork to be
with her daughter, Mrs. John Ballen
Mrs. James Baker will be'hostess at
tea .at the Wlllard 'this afternoon, en
tertaining for Miss Mary Duncan Gib
son, debutante daughter uf'JIr. and
Mrs. Richardson Gibson. Judge and
Mrs. Baker have come from Jackson
ville. Fla to spend the winter In
Miss Gibson will be the honor guest
at a dinner, followed by a theater
party, which . Mr. and J.rs. Walter
Jeffords will give on tho evening of
January 16. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffords
have Mr. and Mrs. George Howard's
residence in Sixteenth street for 'the
Seaater rkelan T He IIat.
Senator James D Phelan wijl be
host at dinner tonight, -his guests in
cluding the members of-the Foreign
Relations Committee, and the Military
Affairs and .Naval Affairs Committees
of the Senate. uho&ave been asked to
meet Senator Kenyon of Iowa and
Senator Kendrick of Wyoming. The
honor iruests have recently returned
to this country after visiting the bat-J
tlerields or Europe, ana win ieii oi
their experiences abroad.
Mrs. Josephu Daniels and Mrs. E.
T. Stotesbury were the guests In
whose honor Mrs. Henry R. Rea enter
tained at luncheon yesterday at her
apartment at l"fc5 Massachusetts ave
nue. The guests Included the mem
bers of the advisory committee of the
navy auxiliaries to the Red Cross, now
Miss Katallne Dulles has returned
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Will Be Guests
The Duke of Devonshire, governor
general of Canada, and the Duchess
1 of Devonshire will arrive In Waaft
J ington today to be guests of the Brlt
, Ish Ambassador and Lady Hprlng-Rlce
I at the embassy.
4 I1C C1(I1I1-I&(V uu umk.. -.
Capt.' Angus Mackintosh and Lady-
Maude Mackintosh, who have recently
reached Washington after a honey
moon trip Io California, ore already
established at the residence In Chevy
Chase which they leased from Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Walker.
Mrs. Murray Crane, wife of the
former Senator from Massachusetts,
has arrived In the city, and Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs- Frederic A.
Keep, a thcr residence In Sheridan
Mrs Charles F. 1J. Price has as her
guests at her home in Kuclld street
Lieut. Comdr. and Mfs. B. E. Wilson.
Mrs. Price and Mrs. Wilson will be
at home this afternoon from 4 to 6
Mrs. James II. Turner entertained
yesterday at tea at tliw Washington
Club in honor t her guest, Mrs.
George Lewln, of Watertown. Wis.,
who spent the week-end as the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Davles.
MRS. FRANK A. VANDERUP,
Who has joined Mr. VanderUp in Washington, with her son, John.
Mrs. Vandcrlip will be hostess at a tea to be Riven tomorrow at the
National American Woman Suffrage Association headquarters fox
Mrs. Champ .Clark.
Swiss Eplfoy (jives
Dinner in Honor
Blair Country Home
At Silver Spring
Of Van Rappard Leased by Crowells
AFTER BAD FALLS
The Minister of the Netherlands and
Mme. van Rappard were the guests
In whose honor the Minister of Switz
erland and Mme. Sulzer entertained
at dinner last evening. There were
fourteen guests. Including Mile. Erne
stine van Rappard
Chevalier and Mme. van Rappard.
v.ho are returning shortly to the
Netherlands, will remain lu Washing
ton until after the arrival of August
Philips who will succeed Chevalier
van Rappard as minister. Mr. l'hllipe
Is due to sail for this country" within
Mrs. George Peabody Eustls. who
came to Washington to take part in
a concert to be git en this evening at
Central High School, under the aus
pices of the Washington Society of
the Fine Arts, Is the guest of Colonel
and Mrs. Henry May at their resi
dence In K street. Mrs Eustls ex
pects to return to New ork at mid
Benedict CrowelL Assistant Secre
tary of War, and Mrs. Crowell have
leased the country home of Mr. and
Mrs. Glit Blair at Silver Spring, Md.
Mrs. Crowell and her children will
reai-h town about January 13. from
their home n Cleveland, and will Join
Mr. Crowell. who has an apartment at.
Stoneleigh Court. They will take pos
session of their new home Immedi
ately after her arrival.
First Suffrane Tea.
Tlie first of a series of weekly teas
at the National American Woman
Suffrage Association headquarters
will be given tomorrow afternoon
from 4:30 td 6 o'clock. In honor of
Mr.. ChaniD Clark. Mrs. Frank A.
VanderUp will be the hostess, as- J
Dr. Shaw Honor Uueat.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, chairman
of the woman's committee cf the
Council of National Defense, will be
slated by the members of a hostessts
committee, which includes Mrs. Will
lam C Gorgas. Mrs. Varl Vrooroan,
Mrs. V. Everett Macy. Mrs. Charles
rtnurhtnn Wood. Mrs. Cordelia Powell
; Odenhelmer. Mrs. J. torment iwm,
Three members oi the Senate today
are limping and making liberal ap
plications of liniment and arnica to
various parts of their anatomies, and
one ipember of the House' 1 confined
to his home with severe .nlurles, all
resulting from falls on th ley pave
The hospitals were busy again last
night and early today treating per
sons Injured In falls. Several serious
accidents were reported, but most of
the victims were able to get along
without further treatment than lib
eral applications of courtplaster and
Senator Knute Nelson of Minnesota,
one of the veterans of the upper house,
slipped and fell heavily, striking hi
head. He received medical attention
but his condition Is not regarded as
Congressman Itadly Hurt.
Congressman Sims of Tennessee,
chairman of the House Interstate
Commerce Committee, slipped and fell
near the Capitol, striking his right I
side against the curb, yesle-day even-
ing. Mr. Sims sustained Injuries to
his right arm and rhoulder. and It laj
feared somo bones are broken. He Is
confined to his home. 2129 Wyoming
tn Wuhlnrton from Auburn. N. Y..
where she spent the holidays, and lithe mieat of honor at -he Oonere
I with Mrs. John W. Foster and the onil Club on Friday afternoon an-1
m Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing I will spdk at 4 o'llocL on the work
I for the remainder or the winter. i of the committee. There win o u
i . . . . . i .
ciai music anu ira. n m ur
i M:s. Gilbert Grosvenor, and Mrs.
Harriet Blaine Ecale.
Each of thrj-e ladies in turn will
preside as hostess on the successive
Mrs. Richard Townsend will hve a
j' number of guests
' ' tonight.
dining with her
Ml. Leta Livingston Sullivan, of
Philadelphia, Is In Washington for
about ten days and is the guest of
Mr and Mroe. Ferdinand de Jloren-
j Rear Admiral William B. Fletcher,
ss ' 17. ft. N.. has joined Mr?. Fletcher in
Mrs. Anthony J. Drexftl. jr. eldeit
1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J
sj Gould, ajrho v-as operated upon oti
i Saturday at the Laltewood Hoip'lal.
.Lakewood. N J.. Is making satlsfao-
lory progress toward tecov.ry Mrs.
"(D.-exel was Mis Marjorle Gould
'lu lie l urn Is Wyoming.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Osborne who
-.ed at I are spending the week at the Wlllard.
S o'clock. will leave town on Sunday lor ineir
On Thursday evening an infon.ial home In Rawlins. Wyo.. stopping en
dance will be glen. to whlcn soldi. r rQute Jn Ke3tucUy where 'heir small
friends may be Invited by th- mem- ... . Jean CuTilf Osborne.
bcrs. The clubhouse, 001 N-jw nam-j- . ..,..., Mrs. Osborne's sister. Mr.
..Wt... .....a..... nr. &. . . .A .lb,.! OI "
emit; atruur, ,s vfc tittv- ....j
week Tuesdas. Wednesday, luiil
Thursday for nar relief work and cnarmmR house m RatUln
Senator Johnson of South Dakota
fell on the Ice near tils home. In
Cleveland Park, and stralred a liga
ment In his leg. He was able to
reach his office today and later was
on the floor of the Senate
Senator Owen of Oklahoma got a
hard fall yesterday, but save for a
slight limp showed no signs of in
Woman Sprains Wrlt.
Mrs. Martha Kerns, age-i sixty-five,
of 1404 Pennsylvania avenue north
west, sprained her left wrlt and
elbow yesterday at the corner of
Fourteenth street and Pennsylvania
avenue when she fell on the slippery
pacmcnt. She was removed to her
home and treated by her 'sraily phy-
and Mrs. Oborne spent tne holidays slclan.
In Kentucky. They are building
sll the members are busy with some
branch of this erice, surgical drss-l
ings. hospital swing, knitting, tc
rtrturn 1'rom Florida.
Mrs. Dclos A. Blodgctt and her two
Mrs. Mclllle E Ingalls i in south ' daughters. Mli-s Helen Ulodgctt and
ern California for an extended ta. Maa Monl bjodgctt. have returned to
i.- a -vrrrTr.:,,!! i-i.irt .-.,!. their home in SKteenth street from
Mr. and Mrs. W.
ire receivim; rorgratulations on thv
blith of o datiglite- on Sunday nt
heir liom- In New urk. The babi
:heir second hlld. l.irir son. Mrrshull '
Field 4th. Iiiii(t about elgl;tee:i
month old Lieulnnt Field l on
Ross Gravener ' e tlnm Ta. where h i .In
lionea .Ml riem wb. aii .i(triirtii
er of Ml. Charles A Marshall
i who ha been spending the holidays llonea
: , In Easton. Pa., Mrs. Gravener's for- aaugut
Many people do not care for metal beds,
because they are cold to the touch and do not harmo
nize with the Period furniture. These are the ones
who are furnishing ever bedroom in their homes
with the modern wood beds, equipped with sanitary
steel side rails, that are to be found in Period styles
and beautiful woods to harmonize with ,any furnish
ings. "1 wouldn't part "with my sanitary wood beds 1
like them better evry day. They are so easy to keep
clean and such a delight to the eye." That is the way
our customers feel about it, judging from the en
thusiastic expressions heard here.
We're making the customary January price
reductions. To trim up our stocks we're making
special bargains of hundreds of odd pieces that appear
after our holiday season.
Oar Credit Plan Will Help You
We'll gladly give you a charge account with the
small weekly or monthly payments arran'ti to suit
your individual circumstances.
Peter Grogan & Sons Co.,
817 to 823 Seventh St.
: hnm tiatY returned to trteir1
i apartment in The Highlands. ''" n"" Visitor.
' Mrs Graener will entertari nt i Mi" Polly llrook. or Neu fik. i
'(luncheon tomorrow at the Army find I kUitlng MUs Ellen Uruec I.T. daus).
'Navy Club In honor cr iir ie urn ,rr of i, a,,,! 3Jr,. Ai thur Lee
r Rlegel, who Is Maltor
Florida, where lliey were members
uf a hoiif,e partj given by Mr. Blod I
sett'n brother-in-law and sister. Mi i
ind Mrs. Edward W. Porcher. at Co-i-oa.
Delos A. Elodgett. who l In
th- serlc". spent dirltnias Day with
ilth bli family. He Is on temporary
luty in Washington In the ordnance
d-parlment, U. S. A.
i - :--
I Mr. and Mrs It. Ewell Thninton aro
' In Klrhinond at the Jerferon Hotel.
I here they will spend the winter, hav
! Ing subleased their apartment lu the
1 l?r.liainhAii Mr. Thornton Is A mem
.. i .:..:. . :.. : .....
It --.f i jj., Waits Kiarnej and Jii-s i Oer ul tnc irginia man. kibic (
Mr and Mrs. Bjviu . ivnine ar.c , ;nxaueih Kearnt s . of 'liarlottrtllle. ' .-...
their daughter. Miss Gladj Kaln . v- re .pndinc eerl dar at the The marriaer" N announced of Mlsi
have taken an apartment at the West-J ii.orcham. Miss Keaine ih a frt- Margaret ItobertH, dmnhter of Major
moreland for the month of January i ,.,cni llloc heie a the cnel .f. rthur C. Robern, f. S. U.. to Ensign
Mr and Mrs. Kalne are fro.n St j tf9 Eilen iJruce Lee and Mlsi Mil- Sdward Smith Pen, ion of rnngref
Louis and hae spent a great deal of1 Jrod Rromwell. : -nan and Mrs. Edward I'.oi The
a ....i. ...... i. vi'..i.imri..ii nhr their! - . ceremony i performed on January
idau-hter was formerl in school f Mi-s Mildred DromrtL Ml-sGIad,, 1. Mr. Roberta anJ l.er daughter,
" .- Ffoulke Mnith and Mlea Eltzobi th hue ben spendini; tli- winter m
l-' .. ,-. ti- m...,, oi.. h..i,!,L,r i;,min will all enr Waslilr.e- Vorfol'.. Va . wl.fie t'l- hridegro'-m ,
spent fcome time with her parenU. j .on Thursday to resume th-ir studies .vill be Rationed foi a time. j
Mr. and Mr. Th.odor- W No,es. ! Forof. hool ,n M.ddlebur5.i Z't M..e ...see1
?one to New ork for two weeks V-. verm will leaie Wa-l.inSt..n t-Ia
Mrs Thcmpi-on will go shortly to tort f Eppervllle. V. wli-re th-v wii.
Sill. Okla.. where she will join her 'l lleta Phi lleetln,c. . u,T "d 51., Juhi. Ki.,1. s Eu
t husband. Captain Thompron. Field The Washington Aluninao lub "f , cIlAU,ln-
Artillerj. I. s. a. ;u n ueia I'm Kraitinuy win i.oiu i
--- j Hh JamiHiy metlnfr on Wednesday.!
nelt-Balley Weddiaa. Jaijuari f. at 4..1J r.cluil..
.,,... .. .... ,,.irhapter rwim. C024 i; Ktre!
31 TS l. .. liaitcj Boowujtvr i.jc- ni.i .. ..... .....,.. .MM.t - .v vrw w r
'marriage of her daughter, Mies Edna VValllinCton are Invited to rttend and HtK LUUulrl IvlLLu iHaK
Ilailey. to Charlea V. IJelt. The cert-I tu le.main for the "Cool.ey Milne."
... ,nAlr nlu. nfrrlkT- aftfrnnnti --I I - --
! ' .. , .. ',, n.ii-.-- ...i , lie Misss Isabello and Mar.v Ma NEW YOniC. Jan. S - Fiv-ear-o;d
I i O VI.IVI.K mfc .-. ..-v - . -" l
'denee. 2106 First street, with th
Ke. Dr. G. 1. Humphreys. paHor of
th nhnn lalan.l Avenue tethodist ,
' ... T.... I" "r..ln..A Jti.ljl.n
M I J, .,..1117 ,'. rilUILai UH,ll'
prealder.i. of the District of Columbia.
I'. I C haH nppuint-d Mrs. It. D
Shepherd dlrftor of war relief icrk
to roopeiKto with the folluwtnp;
I. D (' rciininittee. Mrs. Thrabh. of
North Carollmi. Mrs. Woodbury, of
vi TEASED BY GIRL OF FIVE,
, . Ire .Misses isaueiic ana la 3ia i .i.w nuiv. aun. c - j iv
J well. daiiKhteri- of Lewis Maxwell. -f ( paua 8enmrk i iletil ioda,
West Virginia, are apendlng n itw havi bccn , thtnU):u 1
of da in llttltimoreat the Eelvldt... bv h(.r cfil,)n Tor,B y n
Church, the officiating c ergyman.
I The details of the wedding were,
Ijlmple. and It was attended only by
members of tr two families The'
pretty bride, v. L w:ih given in mar-.
I rluce by her brother. William H.
Bailey, wore a becoming traveling ,-,,.,.. m ui. of .'
Z I costume of navy blue taffeta, with a ' MM p,tatoii. of Virginia. M
small toque to maien. ana a eorsage
b juiuet of jr. est peus Immejiate-
uf'.ei the cerea.uu' .Mr and Mrj.
Ieli lefi town (?r a wedding trip
tn New York and Boston I'pon their
return they will be at home at S00
Seward square southeast
of Texas and Mrs. Clay, of fallforn.o
Thee rirerio-s i'l mm do n r
the perld of the wai The flret worl
will b the endowment
hospitals In Ftanee
already been Installed
of Jetferson Dal
the child eal!d 'urn 'big ln-ad."
Tzlen Ik at large with tlie police
and relatives uf th dead child
.earchlug foi hlin When Paullnu
called him "bin head" in play. Tjzien.
who is flghleen. picked hei up held
her st arm'a length, and .liot her.
The flret worl f '
of bed for thel jJs 1
ne bed havirt: I ."-QBC,
In th' me-nor' I ygfO
f-x Doll Hospital and Exchange
V77 r ailvu tvr Dull tleada
f -t' on a Sew Doll. Crochet
' mi Th.iii.l ..r rn.l.rntrtftrv Ma
Garten's Art Store,
P07 u st. X. E.
To The Front
Men Have Gone
Women Are Coming
But It Is The Young or Young
Looking Women Who Are
The vi hole world ib overflow
ing with opportunity for the
woman who is capable, active
youthful for the woman who
looks the part. Gray, streaked
or faded hair, with its appear
ance of age is passed by. Un
fair: ves, but a condition
which must be met.
Thousands of women hn
1ound tli wa out Willi ij ban
lla'r r -Tor Reatoret Not by
d Ins their hair lieraii'e y ban is
not a die. but through the ns
tiita' kiad'ial way In which it
ri3i.,r. s in jo'ithful color
"will n't rub or wash off or stain
the ealp A on ran wash or wae
the hai .i usual A delightful
lollft i iiiste Al,lh eradicates
riandrofr mid keeps the hair
Sold by good druggists every
where on Money l!ac,k guarantee
0-ban Hair Tonic
jj an antiseptic, hjgi
enic hair dressing as
necessiry to the proper
care of the hair as a
dentifrice to the teeth.
Should be used daily
by children andadults.
keeps the hair soft and
promotes its grow.h
hniures a healih
W ' .mi
Buy War Savings Stamps at Post Office Street Floor
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Open 9:00 A.M. Close 5:45 P. M. j
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Following the instructions of the National Coun
cil of Defense, we are carrying, out the following
There shall-be not more than one delivery in any
one day over any route in any part of the District of
The return of merchandise of all kinds shall be
limited to. three days from day of purchase.
The practice of having goods sent by Specfel De
livery shall be entirely abolished.
The following deposit shall be required on C. O.
D. purchases: 10 of the total amount of the pur
chase with a minimum deposit of 25c; said deposit to'
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Keep Out the Cold With. Plenty of
W arm Jsmzm ttlanms
Store up enough warm energy at night to last you through
me aay Dy naving ueaweas enougn io rccjj juu uhu
Plaid BUfikeU, mixed wool
and cotton, evenly woven,
finely finished, and in pink,
blue, tan and gray, combined
with white, fn large block de
signs, double-bed Tq A A
size, a pair HP ""
Plaid Blankets, large. block
designs, in pink, blue and tan,
a very warm covering, nearlv
silkoline covered, good pat
terns, 'white cotton fiUjed, sjze
72x78 Inches. CO QC
Wool. Nap Blankets, these
are the far-famed Nashua
Cotton Blankets that look
like wool, and are exceeding
ly warm and comfortable. In
white, with pink and blue bor
ders, in the following sizes:
64x76 in., a pair, $4.50
66x80 in., a pair, '$5.00
72x8 4. in., a pair, $6.50
Plaid Wool Nap Bkakets,
the same as above. These
Kann's Street rioor.
Domestic Economies '
Learn About Them Tomorrow Afternoon at Kann's, at a
Lecture Under the Abspices of the District of Columbia
Branch of the Food Administration
Liberty War Kitchen
Conducted oy MISS CHINN,
of the Department of Agriculture.
The knowledge you will gain at these lectures
will enable you to get greater food value than ever
for your money.
These" Lectures Are Free
Attend them by all means at 3 :30 tomorrow in
our Fourth Floor Restaurant
Jliss Chinn will tell you all about the following:
War Yeast Bread;
Quick Breads, so made as to eliminate white flour.
The cooking of cheaper cuts of meats to secure
full nutritive food value.
Sugar Substitutes. .
REMEMBER: 3:30 tomorrow in our 4th Floor Restaurant
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We Are Clearing
1 Winter Hats
1 And have divided the
j remaining stock into three
I All are styles that will
fbe suitable for wear for
several months to come.
Velvets chiefly, in colors
Three Lots Priced As
Something Very New
Daintily Colored Waists
J in flesh color, new French
blue, light blue, also in the
j high colored Roman strip
ed effect. Many are made
(with the new high close
fitting collar, others with
.the new "artist" (tr AA
collar. Choice.. vp.VV
BLOUSES OF CREPE
iDE CHINE and Georgette
Crepe, embroidered, plain,
land frilled styles. In both
the light flesh color, white,
ind the suit jr 7C
shades. At vp.J
Kann's -Second Floor.
I i Kann s Second Floor