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THE WASHINGTON TDIES. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1918.
. 4:
.SUPPLY FRESH MILK
Th establishment of a model dairy
plant ft the largest American army
hospital In France, capable of pro
ducing: enough milk to supply 20,000
Injured fighting men dally, is an
nounced by the American Red Cross
France has agreed to loan, the plant
l'.OOO cows. It will be operated by
convalescent soldiers. Lack of fresh
mttk, according to the army doctors,
seriously retards the recovery of
wounded and sick soldiers. At present
only condensed milk shipped from
the United States Is eobtainable in
France.
NEED OFFICE MEN
So pressing has the need for skill
ed office men become that the War
Department has asked manufacturers
add business men to assist it in ob
taining those with proper qualifica
tions.
POPE FELICITATES CARDINAL.
ROME, Sept 19. rope Benedict Is
sending to Cardinal Gibbons a letter
appropriate to the occasion of the
celebration. October 20, of the cardl
rial's fiftieth anniversary of his con
secration as a bishop.
a
Clearing Out Our Entire
iBargain Basement I
Stock of Shoes
Including Desirable Qualities and Styles in
Women's Pumps, High Shoes, Slippers, Etc
Also a Special Lot of Men's House Slippers
Extraordinary Values Offered
And in many instances we are selling these shoes at less
I, than cost to effect immediate dispersal. Come tomorrow -1 FoIdTim1n..V.t"i
from ths assort- Hr.
GATHOLC
IT
HAS
500 APPLICATIONS
The Catholic University will open
on September 23. as a unit of the
Students' "Army Training Corps and
already has about 500 application
for admission.
Those in charge of the registration
of students are anxious that all pros
pective students acquaint themselves
with the conditions of entrance ai
once. On application to the regis
trars of the school a catechism, pre
pared by Government authority, will
be sent with all Information given in
detail in answer to definite Ques
tions. . NEW SCHOOL TO OPEN
New buildings, which will accom
modate 800 children, will be opened
under the care of the Order of the
Sisters of Mercy of the Holy Trinity
Parish, Georgetown, next Monday
They are located on Thirty-sixin
street between N ana u streets, ujr.u
casium, kitchen, and lunch rooms are
being installed.
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Today's Market Hints
.and realize a splendid saving by choosing from this assort- ui
ment
6
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8;$
s.
a
1.65
:$
1.65
P3.15
1.65
if
Women's Patent Leather Pumps
Black and White Kid and Canvas Pumns in
desirable styles, and a number of bronze beaded
(and dull kid beaded pomps in the Clearaway
'Sale at $1.65 pair.
I Women's Handsome Opera Slippers
Satin Slippers for .evening wear, in black,
white, blue and pink, with covered-Louis heels.
Exceptional values at the price.
Women's High Shoes Various Kinds
Including patent leather plain toe styles
.with cloth tops, lace and button shoes, in both
Cuban and Louis leather heels. Also srun metal
with plain toes, lace style with Jeather Louis
heels and gun metal plain toe button style with
military heels.
Men's House Slippers of Leather
I In black and tan kid leather wonderfal
values at this remarkably low price.
:?2.65
it
I
f School Shoes For Boys
and Little Gents
An exceptional offering.
Made of Patent Colt and Gun
Metal Calf. Shoes that will
wear and stand good hard
.usage. Mostly button, a few
lace styles.
On Sale Bargain Basement
na mopping TfcnniRs
m
2 iDTr - Eleventh and G
Ms."
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IBIIIII
PHwi to retailer and cenersl market
Information forn-ihed by Bureau of Mar
kets, U. S. Department of AtTicultura;
fair prices to consumers, by the District
strlnc beans, err-
plant, peppers, cooklnr apples, potatoes,
kale, carrots, tomatoei.
NOKtfAL Sweet potatoes, sweet corn,
onions, crapes, plums, cantaloupes, let
tuce. SCARCE Cucumbers, beets, eatlnc apples
orancea, bananas, peaches, pears, water
melons, lemons
KGETATU.ra.
Product, Cost to Fair pries
Grade. Retailer to Consum-
etc. -ioaax. r moij,
BEA8, snap. U pk... 6- se
BEETS, bunch 4- Je
do, topped, bunch... 3- 4e
CELERY, bunch 6- "c
C.nilAOE,lb lH-tc
CARROTS, bunch .... 2- 30
do., cut, lb. 3-JHc
CCCUMBERS. local... 2- 4c
B30P1ANT
Local, each S- c
KALE. pk. (1 lbs.).... 10c
LETTUCE, local, bead. 4- c
ONIONS, dry, U pk- . l-le
PEFrERS. local, each. My lc
POTATO ES
No. 1, pk HE lbs.). 4S-S3C
No 2. pk. (It lbs . 27-12C
Sweet. No. I, ! pk IJ-lIc
Sweet, No. 2, U Pk. 7-lOc
SPINACH
New Zealand, U pk. C- Tc
SQUASH
wmte ana yeiiow,
7-lte
-10c
4- Se
S-lDe
ttt-Je
s- s
S- 5e
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1- Se,
13-14C
4-lOe
I0-14e
-lH
6S-2c
31-4tc
lS-20e
10-lJe
7-10
each
Marrow, lb ....
SWEET CORN
Larce, doz. .....
Medium, dos ...
TOMATOES
Local, large K
JW lbs.)
Local, small, U
(Itt IDS.)
1-lMc
ZHc
l-40c
lS-2'e
Pk.
.. i:
pv.
FRUITS.
APPLES
do. rancr, M pk...
do., good. U Pk-...
do seconds, U pk.
BANANAS, doz ... .
CANTALOUPES, local
o l, eacn....
do, local No. 2.
each .........
do, Colo, and Del,
each -lc
GRAPES
Local (14 lb bsk) Jt-Jic
do. New xorK w
lb. bsk)
LEMONS
Col. 442's, doz.....
Cal 160's. doz...
ORANGES
Cal. 21CS. doz. .
do. CaL, 176's. doz.
PKAB.S. finer, doz..
FEACUES, (4 qt. bsk.) H-C7c
do, pk u-;.c
WATERMELONS, lb.. lX-So
PLUMS
Weatern (4 Qt bik ) 7t-lc
lJ-lle
9-14C
4- 10
IS-lOc
l-ISc
4- 7e
2Sc
12-lc
H-lSc
t:-ttc
S2.tc
31.45c
S-SSe
t-J0o
is-soe
S-lJe
lS-!Se
lt-le
-lie
30-Uc
12-17e
6-lle
33-40e
16-tte
20-2SC
CS-TSc
-S-SOc
40-0e
7Z-SSC
l-2e
-e
U. S. Food Administration License No. G-04638
10 Week-End Specials
Smoked Shoulders f: lb 25c
Beef Liver -. lb. 16c
Chuck Roast
Steer Beef
lb. 30c
Pork Hocks gsfe.lb. 15c
Sausage
Fresh Link,
No Cereal .
T 1 Y.fl Purc Pen Settle
JJCII U Rendered
lb. 28c
lb. 32c
Egg
Millbrook Brand,
Guaranteed ....
Tomatoes
Standard
New Pack. . .
' MM1r2k AsQ G U. S. Standard No. 1
ML3 Ui Iff CIS (15 pound)
Soups
Van Camp's well
known brand, 3 ns.
doz. 52c
t
can, 20c
peck, 50c
for 25c
t
Mea and wonea decr
ia; BerstaneBt, vreD-sal-aried
poritioni aad een
feaitl sarroBadiags wiQ
Bad it to then adraatae
to caQ at oar employment
office, foBrtb floor, for b-fematioB.
W tto$(ts Sons
T on6 lUb Sts.
Furniture
Carpets
Linens
Upholstery
September Furniture Sale
H5l 5sBHB (a
'
This Queen Anne Design
Regular Price, $28.50
Sept Sale Price, $21.50
Tbree-Piec Queen Anne Designed Laving Room Suite
Ptae dutt baod-rub finish, upaolstered In dark Hue or mulberry velow.
ReralV'-Prics for three pieces, 210.50.
Special Sejrfariber Sale rice for three' pieces, $163.00.
lWBport, Regular price, $105iK). Special price, $80.00.
Arm Rocker. Regular price, $53.00 Special price, $42.00.
Armchair, Regular price, $52J0. Special price, $41.00..
Special Five-Pice living Room Suite, Upholstered .in Tapestry
Repilar Price, 169.00
September Sale price, $137.50
(fSaSSS.
This Three-Piece Living Room Suite
Quality, construction, and finish the best, such as Spring Edge Springs,
vebbing, Spring Seats, also Spring Cushions; very comfortable; upholstered
i apestry.
Three-Pieces, Regular price, $234.00. September Sale price, $179.00.
Sold Separately:
Davenport, Regular price, $115.00. September Sale
Armchair, Regular price, $59.00. September Sale
Arm Rocker, Regular price, $60.00. September Sale
Living Room and Library.
Solid Mahogany Cane Wing Back Armchair or Rocker; Regular, $20.00,
.Cane Davenport; Regular, $60.00. Special, $50.00.
Cane Armchair to match; Regular, $25.50. Special, $20.00.
Cane Arm Rocker to match; Regular, $26.50. Special, $21. 0V.
The above pieces upholstered in Tapestries.
sewed fo the best
in Persian Blue
price, $87.00.
Price; $45.00.
Price, $47.00.
Solid Mahogany, Early American
Library Table
Fine hand-rub Colonial Finish. Regular
Price, $52.50
Special September Sale Price, $40.00
No C O. D. or Telephone Orders
Accepted During Our September Sale.
This Applies to AS Departments.
Special, $15.00.
Return Goods'Custom '
Goods retained for credit or esc
caasge mart bo idamed wkha 3
days. Tbia doc sot apply to strict
ly BoaratTMHe good far narririry or
other
If ssflysV I
Early American Designed Four Poster
Bed in Full Size only. '
Special September Sale Price, $21.50
o
mm&jgcfT aft Jf
gTBETTjjr" ,s v
lS
J Wg5-ri Desk to match;
Regular $57.00.
September Sale
Price, $39.50.
Louis XV Designed Bedroom Suite
Conslsfing of Dresser, Chiffonier, Princess Toilet Table, and
FoD-SIze Bed. Four pieces complete.
Regakr Fries, $290.00
September Sale Pros, $193.00
Sold complete only.
SoBd Mahogany Spinet Desk
Regular Price, $37.00
Special September Sale Price, $30.00
Dining Room Furniture-Adam Design
In Antique Mahogany, one of our very best values In thb sale,
consisting of Buffet, China Case, Serving Table, 54-inch Dining Room
Table, Five Side Chairs, upholstered in Jeather and One Arm Chair.
T Piece, Regular Price, $380.00
September Sale Price, $300.00
China Case, Regular Price,
September Sale Price,
Chair, Regular Price,
September Sale Price,
$35.00.
$64.00.
i 2 Arm
$18.00.
t $15.00.
Serving Table, Regular Price,
$42.00. September Sale Price,
$34.00.
Dining Room Table, Regular
Price, $65.00. September Sale
Price, $50.00.
Baffet, Regular Price, $105.00.
September Sale Price, $82.00.
Three-Piece Bedroom Suite
Of SimKar Design, in Nut Brown Fumed Oak. Three Pieces complete,
chiffonier, dresser,' and toilet table.
Special September Sale Price, $71.50
Dresser, Special $28.00
Chiffonier, Special $22.00
Toilet Table, Special $21.50
H i 1
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