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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 71 1918.
D. C. FOOD CHIEF
IS "TIP" SYSTEM
Payment of commissions or "tips"
to employes of District lunch rooms,
by the owners, has been ordered
discontinued by Clarence R. "Wilson,
District Food Chief. The ruling does
not affect the giving of tips to
waiters by patrons of the restau
rants. The order Is In accord with the
planf of the Food Administration to
eliminate all unnecessary expense
whereby the finances of restaurant
"Wlren restanratennr 'bribe' their
books and waiters to do better work,
the consumer ultimately pays for
the commission himself by virtue of
Increased prices for food, said Mr.
Wilson. "This practice must be elim
inated, and the dealer who violates
the ruling put under the ban of the
District food administration and for
bidden to purchase supplies from
Th, formal order reads:
"On" and after November 5. 1918, the
payment of commissions, fees, tips.
and Other Rifts or gratuities by deal
rajj) foodstuffs to the stewards, but
lers, chefs, cooks, and other servants
tad, employes of the patrpna and cus
tomers of such dealers will be con
sidered an unfair practice and prose
cuted. 'as such." Jr Wilson said:
"Th.c practice of the payment of
commissions by retail and other mer
chants to the stewards, butlers, chefs,
cooks, servant, and other stents and
eznploes of their patrons is wide
spread in the District of Columbia.
In many cases the practice is known
and assented to by the patrons. In
ay case it Is a demoralizing and cor
rupting practice. Moreover as the
payment of these commissions In
creases the costs of the retailer's busi
ness, the necessary direct result to
Che public at large is a general in
crease. In price? In other words, the
publfc pays for these tips and cam
tnlMions to servants."
CAMP MOGS FIRE
JL rifle shot sounded In the still air
fcfCamp Meigs shortly btfore 1
trthjck this moraine;. Within a few
minutes the 2,000 soldiers stationed
la.jthe camp were out of bed and
operating- a bucket brigade to fight
a fins that threatened to destroy the
many buildings in the camp.
So .efficiently did the soldiers work
as firemen that with the aid of the
District Fire Department the blaze
was confined to the building In which
it originated, causing a loss of only
The flames were discovered by sev-
nu soldiers who w. returning from
b'elr performance of "Atta Boi." at
Poll's Theater. As the several auto
mobile trucks bearing the soldiers back
to camp turned into Florida avenue.
the cy of "Are" was raised by the
aoiaict?. and the sentry on duty at the
Florida avenue gate fired his rifle as
an alarm signal.
A tucket brigade was formed which
held the flames in check until the ar
rival of Engine Companies Jfos. 10 and
32. On the arrival of Acting Capt.
William F. Lanahan of Ho. 4 Truck, a
second alarm was sounded, brinnfni:
Ave additional engine companies and '
two iruck companies.
Twenty minutes after the flremen ar
rived the fire was under control.
The fire was caused by an. over
heated stove. The building was used
as an officers' trsinlng school and
headquarters for the Morotorcycle
thorps ii is jocatea at the northern
end of the camp on the Patterson J
estate. Fifth and Florida avenue!
Work of building a new structure
Was started early this morning by)
several companies or soldiers
Three months ago today Lou Hall
ra arrested for the murder of Kva
Soy at Burke Station.
Since then he has been confined in
the .Ealrftx county jail, and in all
that time he has remained unsliavtd.
As a sort of November 7 "birthday
present" Jailer Harvey Crons this
morning had him shaved and Ins long
hair trimmed. The Burke station
woodsman is not only pleased with
his tonsorlal attentions, but doubly
o .because he has been made to look
Vke his attorney. Walter Oliver.
Attorney Oliver and Lou Hall are
bout the same age and their hair
and beard about the same color. The
attorney has a very decided van dyke
so- has Lou llalL He also has a
brush" moustache so has Lou Hall
Since his confinement In the Jail
for the murder of the little Fairfax
eocnty girl he has grown to nearly
worship the attorney who Is advising
without compensation his every move
Prom the first day that Lou Hall was
locked up for the murder of Kva Roy
the attorney has contended that Hall
was absolutely Innocent and every day
he states that he is growing more
firmly In that belief.
Lou Hall has been long ago forsaken
by his wife and friends, but In his
attorney he finds his great hope of
Vindication, lie has such implicit be
lief In his attorney that he will not
even say "good morning" unlsss told
to by Mr. Oliver.
Hall states to those in the Jail that
to ne mane to resemDie his lawyer Is
the greatest privilege the Jailer could
bestow on him.
JAG DAY FOR BABIES
Have a heart." Is the appeal that
Will be made for the babies of Wash
ington, cared for by the Day Nursery
and Dispensary when a tag day Is
held or that institution Saturday,
More than 200 glrjs and women will
iffer the -populace of Washington red
hearts for sale, bearing the Inscrip
tion "Have a heart and help the ba
bies whose fathers are fighting over
seas ana whose mothers are working
Tna.rmrsery takes care of babies of
sal iijj eryaTaa-a,
Give Practical Christmas Gifts
and Start the Shopping Early
Stores will not be permitted to employ an extra force of sales
people or delivery helpers at Christmas time, nor to extend their
hours of business. It is desired to avoid a holiday rush. NOW IS
THE TIME TO BEGIN. Buy all the necessary gifts for Christmas
this month and help the government.
Store Hours: Open 10 A. M.; Close 6 P. iff.
f IT PAYS TO k DEAL AT
BOTH SIDES OF 7th AT K ST. "THE DEPENDABLE STOfE
Sale of Ribbon Remnants
At Untuual Friday Savings -
Our entire accumnlaHon of ribbon remnants left from recent IjbsV- sell''
jng; grouped in these lots and decisively underpriced tomorrow Toef-assort-ment
embraces ribbons from one-half inch to 5 inches wide, tad includes
Moires and Satins in plain and fancy designs; light and -dark shades.- Air
the wanted kinds for hair bows, underwear trimmings, fancy work, etc
5c and -6c values 2J',c
12!$c, and 15c rallies "Me -
... . . 30r and .35c ralnes 27ei. i). .
Goldeabera's First Flear. " '
Remnant Day Brings a Host of Money-Saving Advantages
at $1.95 Strip
Values Worth to $8.00 Pan
Heavy Weight Tapestry Portieres,
rlc.h mercerised qualities, in plain
and two-tone effects. In green, red.
brown, and tan. Plain and fringed:
10 to SO Inches wide, 2 1-4 and
: 1-2 yards long. Many can be
matched Into pairs, while the odd
nieces may be used as couch covers
and for single doers.
noldenberjc Fourth Floor.
Fibre, Matting and
Wool, and FibeY Rugs
Worth $1 Each, at 69c
Small lot of each fabric marked
for quick clearance, included are
3xCS stenciled design Japanese
Matting. 17x54 Reversible Wool and
Fibru and 27x38 stenciled dsslgn
Fibre Rug. rich patterns and color
ings. First Floor Bargain Table.
Corsets at $1.25
Lot of Corsets, a popular make,
of fine quality materials, low and
medium bust model, with heavy
hose supporters; mostly all sizes.
Women's Heavy Sweaters. In rose,
Copenhagen. Oxford, and maroon;
made with roll collars and pockets;
neldenherg's Third Floor.
Exceptional Offerings in Women's
Dresses, Coats and Suits
Presenting Newest and Most Fashionable Garments at
Prices Considerably Below Current Quotations
A series of special sales planned, for tomorrow that offer un
usual Savings on new and fashionable garments which we were
fortunately able to mark very low because of. special purchases.
They are made of splendid materials, in models of graceful beauty,
and the variety is large enough to meet almost every.ityle want.
Silk Tricolette Dresses, Very Unusual Values at $35.00
Two very smart models featured at UiIs,nrIe-'-showlnjj new long line
rffects, with fringe trimmed sash, button trimmed. Colors, of navy blue,
tsupe, brown, and black. Captivating styles that will win the admiration
cf well-dressed women.
Tailored Plush Coats, Specially Priced at $29.75
Stylish Belted Gsthered Model, with large convertible collar and guar
antied linings of the most serviceable quality. The material Is genuine
Bait's Plush, rich. soft, and lustrous; every garment Is 'wall tailored and
correctly mads. All sizes for misses and ,r6men. ' .
Stylish Fall Suits, Special' at $32.50 ;
New Tall-Winter Suits that are true to fashion's latest portrayal, fash
ioned of American Woolen Co.'s All-Wool Poplin, a suiting that Is vary
durable and warm, rieattd back, silk hraldtd, and new belted stylts.
shown In the fading abades.
New Velvet, Dresses, $32.50
Choice of several pretty models at this, pries made' of excellent quality
Velvstetn. In navy, black, burgundy, brown, and green. Tailored, braided,
draped, and overskirt styles, in sizes for misses and -women.
GeWeberg Second Fle-er.
Odd Lots of Children's
Coats and Dresses
Odd Lot of Little CklUrea's Coats.
of good serviceable material. In
dark colors; mad with belt: nice
ly lined; sizes r, 3. and &A AQ
4 vears only., Witti
Elltle Girls' Gl ogham Presses,
plain, colors and plaids, with pock
ets and belts, sizes I to 6 (2Q
vears. Worth 11.15 OVl
Odd Lot of Ckltdrea's Cettaa
Sweaters hesvy knitted Jc(nd. with
roll collar and pockets: sizes QCn
30 to 34, ,. ,.fOK,
Odd Lot af Middy Blum, white
with naw'nlue collars and cuffs:
mostly all 'sizes. Regular-' 01 'QQ
ly li9.. . .OX.OI
Children's Flannelette Jtlgat
gowns, good heavy quality. In as
sorted stripes; made with double
yokes; full cut sizes from CI CO
4 to If years...... .......OX.U7
Gsdsiberas Third Fler-
Women's Lisle, and
Cotton Hose Up to
75c Values at 35c
Women's Lisle and Cotton Rose,
seamltss and full fashioned. In
blsck. gray, pink. lisle, and; 'other
colon-. -All perfect qualities. Odd
lots and sizes left, from our Tegu
lar stock selling up. to Tic, pale
Children's 11 1 tikes' none. In black
and khaki colors: odd sizes. Small
let only. Ttegular 35c 91
Goldenberg's First Flssr.
. 59c Bandeaux, 49c
Pink Bandeau1, sbrnewfth elastic
Insert: well made: mostly all sizes.
Osldenbeiss Third Fleer,
A Special Friday Sale of
UN TRIM MED HATS
A remarkablewalue offering of high
class Untrimmed Hats secured under reg
ular value, to which we have added a
number of short lots from our regular
stock of higher priced hats to imake the
assortment complete. These beautiful
hats are of fine Silk Velvet, in dress
shapes, some combined with Panne Vel
vet, others of Panne and Silk Velvet
combined with colored Beaver facings.
The shapes are smart and show un
usual lines, which particular women look
for in fall millinery.
Children's Hats Reduced
Children's Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear
Hats, of good quality Velvet and
Velveteen, In stylish shapes. Including
large and small sizes. Black and all
rood colors, also pretty combinations.
Former S2.S0 to 14.00 values ffl A Q
reduced to Ol.lO
Mourning Hats Reduced
A miscellaneous lot of Mourning Silk
Hats from our regular stock, mostly In
small and medium sizes. Some sj-e a
trifle mussed. Good selection of de
sirable styles, values worth
up tc S4.00. st
GAldeaberg'a Seesasl FIr.
Remnant Sale of SilJcs
Valuesiup to $1.50,. ftfk . . . .
yard at . . . , . OtsL
A Remarkable Friday Sale of an Accumulation of Fashionaole
Silks at a Price UnheartJ of for Many a Day
A great many women know the wonderful values we bring fo them in
our Friday remnant sales of silks, and .when we assure you-that tomorrow's
sale presentsiihe- biggc5tvalUesjjgife.r5$ this season y6trtndyouwiir.find
amazing bargains. The collection cornprises the1jfolW.w1ndirab7e.silk:
40-inch Plain Georgette Crepe, 40-inch Plain Silk Chiffon,-36-inch
Plain Marqasette, 40-mch Printed Georgette Crepe, 40
inch Printed Silk Chiffon, 36-incb Faille Silk Poplin, etc.
Good assortment of wanted colors, and gtiod useful lengths .suitable for practi
cally every want f " .- .
OelSeaberg's First Floor, vi . ..,..-
1 J. c'
Mill Lengths of .
Cretonnes, Repps and Scrims
Mill lengths of Cretonnes, Mercerized Repp, in handsome floral, figured,
stripe, verdi, and tapestry designs, light and dark colorings. Scrims and Mar
quisettes, in plain, hemstitched and taped edges, "white and "ecru'' .colors.
Lengths from one to eight yards, but as much as sixty yards of some patterns.
Fabrics suitable for curtains, draperies, cushion, comforts, and furniture cov
ering. Values Worth Up to 39c Yard at 18c
Values Worth Up to $1.00 Yard at 39c
rirst Fleas Bargain Table.
Boys' Winter Clothing
at Prices That Should Appeal to Thrifty Mothers
Boys' Overcoats, $2.98
Bojs' Overcoats, Juvenile mod
els, fancy materials and winter
weight; sizes 1 1-1, 2. Z 1-1. and
Boys' $5.00 and $6.00
Boys' Suits, of blue serge and
fancy casslmere, juvenile models,
all with straight knee pants;
sizes 3 to C years.
Boys' $6.50 and $7.98
Boys' Dark Mode Shade Narrow
Ribbed Corduroy Suits, with Nor
folk coats and knlckerbocker
psnts; sizes 7, S, and years
Boys' Norfolk Coats, $2.50
Boys' Fancy Norfolk Coats, left
from, suits from which the pants
ire missing. Home are slightly
Boys' Khaki Pants, 50c
Boys' Khaki Knickerbocker
I'sntt, good quality cotton khaki
.-Icth. sizes 7 and S years only
Stripe Cotton Overalls,
Boys' Stripe Cotton Overall,
ilzes 2, 3, and 4 years only. Well
Boys' $3.00 Pants, $1.95
Boys' Fancy Cesslmere Knicker
bocker Pants, full lined: sizes 7.
I. 9, 15, 1C, and 17 years only.
Boys' Jackets, $4.00
Sailor Jackets and Velvet Jack
ets, from suits from which the
pants are missing; all Juvenile
Boys' $1.50 and $2.00
Boys' Felt Hats, telescope and
Alpine shapes, assortrd -hades;
slightly mussed from handling.
Boys' School Suits, $5.90
Beys' Fancy School Suits, all
dark Datterns. Norfolk coat and
full lined knlckerbocker pants:
sizes 7. S, 9. 10. IS. 1C, and 17
Coldenberg's Third Fleer.
Sateen & Cambric Covered
Values Worth $6.00 (h A fir'
and $7.00, at ... . pt.UO
Small lots of double-bed size Comforts, all size 72x80,
for double beds; filled with soft cotton and covered with
sateens and printed cambrics. Light and dark colorings.
$8.00 Australian, and Cortex Blankets at $6.45
Australian and Cortex Blankets, sizes 66x80 and 72x80 inches, for
large double beds. Good neavy weight, in white and gray, with fancy
borders or plaids of blue, pink, tan and gray. Some are cut and fin
ished singly, but all sold by the pair.
$10.00 Part-Wool Blankets, $8.45
Heavyweight double bed size part wool Blankets, size 6Cx80
inches, whita with fancy borders; also plaids and checks, of gray,
pink, tan, and black and whiLn. Soft-finished combed fleece.
Geldfnberga Fourth Fleer.
Men's Fall Clothes
In a Special
Sale at . . .
They Would Cost More Except for Early
Every man who needs a new winter suit will find
in this sale an unusual clothes-buying opportunity. Be
cause we purchased the .materials months ago, the price
is much lower than would be the case were we to buy
today a fact that saves you several dollars on the cost
of your winter clothes.
They are well-tailored, good-wearing suits of dependable
fabrics, comprising Cassimeres, Cheviots and Worsted-filled
cloths, and are shown in a good assortment of neat designs
and colorings. Snappy, ultra-fashionable models for young
fellows and conservative styles for older men.
Sizes 33 to 42 in the lot. Sale price, S18.50.
Men's & Young Men's
An unusual group of splen
did quality Overcoats, of hlgh
icrade materials. In Ulsterette,
Conservative and Fancy mod
Ii. for men and young men.
The majority are quarter satin
lined. Sizes 3( to 4.
Men's $5.98 Trousers,
Men's Separate Trousers,
made of good quality worsted
fllled cloth. In neat stripe pat--erru
well tailored and finlsh
rd Broken sizes from 30 to
1 10 waist measure.
First Floor Daylight Clothing .Store.
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
at $2. 19 Pair
Clearance of small lots of one to six pairs of Scotchr
Madras, and Filet Weave Lace Curtains, 2, 3 and 3
yards long, white and ecru colors; also Scrim, Voile and Mar
quisette Curtains, plain, edged insertion and drawnwort: ds-.
signs, 2 yards long.
Ooldrabtrs' Third Floer.
Worth up to 50c, at
A Grouping of Short Lengths
and Remnants of Dress Ginghams,
Flannels and Cottons at Extra
ordinary Savings Tomorrow.
Thrifty women will come early
for these splendid values in do
mestics, for they will appreciate
buying materials for warm winter
wearables at such a low price.
The collection embraces:
32-inch Dress Ginghams, Bates'
Dress Ginchams, New Fall Flaid
Suitings, Outing .Flannels, Printed
Fleecedowri Canton '-Flannel, Per
cale, Colored Crepe. Kiddie Kloth.
and many other wantod materials..
Widths 27 to 36 inches. Good,
useful lengths for all needs.
Goldenberg First Floor.
Petticoats at 59c Each
Women's Knitted Petticoats, as
sorted gray effects with borders.
Goldenbers'n Third Floor.
Odd Lots of Children's
Union Suits Up to
$1.25 Values- at 75c
Children's Cotton Union" Suits,
high neck and long sleeves, ankle
pants. Also fc small lot Of children's
combination suits. Odd sizes only
a limited quantity.
Pots' Ileary Fleeced t'ndentesr, I
shirts with long sleeves ankl I
length drawers On! a small QQ
lot Valuer north to 75c Oo
Goldenberg'a Fir.t Floor. 1
Clearance Sale of
Growing Girls' and
Clean-up of Broken lines and Odd Lots From Our
Stock of Dependable Footwear
A sale event typical of the savings offered in our 5hoe
Department-r-in which- are involved a good variety of stout,
dependable shoes for growing girls, misses, a.nd children "at.
greatly lessened prices because they are odd lots and incom
Orswlsg Girls' Shscs- of Patsnt
?". Mtal, Tan Calf, and
Black Kid Leathers. In a number
of stylish shares. SUes la the lot
I 1-2'to 7; Worth UP to (SO t?0
IS.OO pslr, Ru?"! tO.lSp.by
Goldenberg's First FIor.
Misses' and Children's Shoes, of
Patent Colt, Qua Metal. Brown,
and Black Kid Leathers.- good
serviceable grades In. broken,
sizes; but all alses lnth tot
from. 81-2 to 11 and lllU.to.'.
Worth up to If JO, pair. . M CQ.
Reduced to........,-, - ,.3iliUi'
$30.00, $32.50' and $35.00
Axminster, Wilton Velvet
and I Brussels Rugs f ; -';
Clearance of small Jots of 8 ft x 10 ft. 6 Brussels :Rugs,
7,ftt 6 X9JZ Axmjirs.ter and Wilton Velvet. and 6x9 ft Ax
minster aricTViit&n-Velvet, in floral, medallion and-neat fig-
ured "designs. AIT-wobl and seamless. On account of a" slight
shading, which does not affect wear nor appearance, you se
cure regular -230.00, $32.50 and $35.00 values tomorrow-'
at $21.75. , :
$7.00 MattingRugs, 5.45
sail ft. il-lneht Japanese Matting
Rugs., close, woven, smooth finish,
long rush " straw. In handsome
floral. Oriental, and medallion
designs, In light and dark, color
ings. OsMeaberis Fourth Floer.
Up to $13.50 Crass, Crex
and FilirejRugs &i.$8.95o
Floor samples', of 1x3 ft. .Marls
Antoinette Grass an. Rag Huge,
stenciled design Crex and heavy
weight Wool and Fibre Rugs, la
green, blue, tan. rose, and brcwa
colorings. Durable and reversible.
MEMS, WARM UNDERMEAB
' '-'. '.: at Lowest Possible Prices s"
Men's Onefold' Underwear, odds
ana ends; shirts and drawer,
strictly perfect o.uaI- g1 OC
sfenVr Corteh JJerlao Underwear,
hav weight; naturar-trray; rhost
ly alpsixes.- Segolar 15 -QC-value-
-Men's Wool ami IVorfcted-Mlxed
Sweaters, -pull-over or coat styles;
roll collars and V necks; all colors.
Samples and odjs qnd ends.
Values worth to OCZ Q
Hem's Ipswlek naif Haae,- med
ium -weight; good Quality blade,
loaco cotton: perfect qual OjO
lty. Worth 35c pair..... U
Men's Gestalne' Sprlngtrx tUaktsl
Vnrferrreor," 'heavy weight; Worst
ed finish, shirts-awl drawers -to.
match. All tegular, sizes, ?1,Q
Worth !.:$."., rifli.O? '
Men's Cotton. Ribbed Union
Salts, medium weight: ecru eoloR
sizes 34, 40. 12, 4. and Cf CTQ
46 only. Worth." I5.SS...- &X.OU
Goldenbers's Flrsf Floor. .
Odd Lois of Furniture
at Clearance Prices
A Friday Clear-avray of Small Lots, Sep
arate Pieces, and Suites of Furniture Left From
Our Sale of Warehouse Stock. Wonderful.
Opportunity for Savings on Furniture of
Quality and Worth.
This week's clearance sale of oui .rehouse stock
of furniture which we were compelled . - dispose of at
a sacrifice because the Housing Copora,tion took over
our furniture warehouse, left many odd lots. These
have all been gathered together and marked at greatly
reduced prices for quick selling tomorrow. A great
variety of- articles are included, and housewives who
need an o'dd piece of furniture to fill in, or a complete
suite, will find in this sale truly wonderful bargains.
Odd 5et af Dining- Rossa
CUalra, rive side and one arm
-hair; genuine leather uphol
itered; iiutler oak COfl AA
Qnlslu Regularly S4!. 0tUU
Odd lot of Dining Room
. hairs, one. two. and three
of a kind.
Regular $.1.00 and $8.00
vaJaes at SX20.
Regular S7.00 and SSJM
values at S4.50.
Rexnlur ClUMI and S10.M
value at $3.75,
Regular- SIJH) and 91VOO
vaJaes at $7.00.
One Invalid 'tray, with glass
top. white enamel js er
reed. Rfgularly s.s.10 C'i.VD
Two tle Gaarnel Dnucc
loiv Beds, 3-foot size. Com
plete with spring. OQ CA
Regularlv JI3.00 OO.Olf
A White Enamel Beds, --foot
slxe. Regularly on t"-
75o ...... ad.yo
I ." Oak Finish Steel Bed.
twin size. Regularly C1C ETft
One All Brass Bed. two-Inch
posts: -I ft. a size. Flor
sample. Regularly (?1 0 ITA
S tVbltn Enamel Beds. two
Inch contlnnnu posts " t
e size. Regularly Oft AST
J14.09 , . . oy.so
4 Fall Site -Hattrruo. all
cotton fell; nUghtly soil! fro,
warehouse handling. CJ-f O tZt
Retnilsrlv 111.00. . . dl.UU
Our 4 ft. Woven Wlr
JpH,,r. regularly ggA
One Fm-li 4 ft. and 4 ft- t
Woven M-ln- Spring. (; lt
Reulrlv tlO.W . ..OD.UU
Two 4 tt.-t I.lnk -!, .
r,,ar,5r.. . . . S3.75
THre. 4 ft. 4 V-Mton-' T.t-tj
ine. Regularly Q- nn
tin tin Ou,Uu
Fnnr 4 ft. Woven "Wlw
kprlns. Regularly Of CA
II -.no Oi.tfXJ
Two Cslonlal Mahogany
Toilet Tnbles, triplicate plate
mirror. Regularly COQ AA
One Mahogany Toilet Table,
Queen Anne desfgn. triplicate
wing mirror. Regu- COO CA
larly J32.50 &6A.U
Two Mahogany Chiffoniers,
high grade construction: large
roomy drawers. CMQ AA
Regularly J63.00 dKtO.UU
Toilet Table. to match.
Regularly (?QQ AA
J5.0Q . . J&OiJ.UU
One- fiolden Oak Chiffonier.
Queen Anne design. COT Kfl
Worth J36 50 9. I ,D)
Tno Vanity Uresaem. old
Ivory six drawer rounded cor
ner, large plate mirror, size
i;?..so R'BU.,ar,y .S68.00
0 Odd SIIK Floor Lamp
Shades, all silk, in rose and
rold. with jillk fringe: 24-lnch
size. Slightly Imperfect. Sold
regularly at $7.00 $JQ rjr
and J8.00 iSO.tO
Three-pleee Overstaffed Lib
rary Salle, largo six ft- settee,
rocker, and chair; tapestry
slightly mismatch- (MAA AA
ed. Regularly $175. tDJLlTU.Ul
Lot Odd Rockers and Chairs,
upholstered In Imitation leath
er, fumed or golden oak
frame. Left from DuofoM and
Davenport suites. CIO Kfi
Regularly 118.00 . . DlCtif
One Famed Oak Extension
Dining Roam TsJile. 41-Inch
top and square ped CJI rj EA
estal. Regularly JI4. XI.OU
One Jacobean Oak Dlolng
Room Salic, consisting of buf
fet extension table china '
closet, and serving QQET AA
tsble. Regularly J13S. UO.Ul
O Fnjn4 Oak Rockers or
fhalm. Imitation leather up
holstered scat. Regu- Q AT
larlv 7.50 tBfx.tO
Colrirnhers'ft Farattare itpre
-rro the Mrect.