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THE WASHINGTON TDIES. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918.
Influenza and kindred
diseases start with acold.
Don't trifle with it.
At the first shiver or
Standard cold remedy for 30 liars In tablet
Its IS fit, ran, no cpUlu 'brrsrs np acold
la 34 bum l -i Uteres grip to 3 day. Money
srtta Mr. HM'l ptctars. At An Pros 8toces.
Heel- aet witn naiis
Often PuHs Loose and
Opens st the
It takes the repair man almost
as much time and trouble to put
on old-style, rubber heels as for a
little girl to get ready for a party.
He can put on a pair of "Usco"
rubber heels in about as little time
as it takes brother "Reddy" to get
into the old swimmin
, ,, .
The old-style, flat
is set on with rubber-cement and
nails. It soon gaps around the
edges, and gets frazzled and floppy.
The "Usco" rubber heel
is anchored for keeps with
a few little nails and it takes
a spy glass to find the joint.
Furthermore the joints
1 United States
SEMMES MOTOR COMPANY
613 G St. N. W. Phone Main 9790
LT FROM FRAN
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Ala ralrf.ix. lm T. DnfTey.
Aik, iinnihvme, nm iichod.
Ala. Flannaton, fldaej K. Manning.
Ala nlrmlnsham, Fred R. 3toaler.
Ala., f-arnon mil. I land I.. pandlln.
Ala.. Atmore. Ilurro Hone.
Ala Hrewten, Fraest K. Catts.
Ala.. I'rllon. William D. Clark.
Ala., narievtlle. Pterllax narvrood.
Cnr.n Pjmoor, Karp Kltna.
Wet, Wllmuieton, Frank HasTrrtr.
r.a Abha. John A. Watts.
Idaho, Rirbr, Clvnw J. Dennlaff.
III.. Chlnura. John F. Hehmltt.
IIL. Norwood rark. rrert II. U Sennits.
the Rubber Heel v
Never Pulls Loose
"Usco" Rubber Heels are the
product of scientific thought.
They are the world's best rubber
heels-7-made by the world's largest
They are hollowed out on the
under side. When nailed the
,," ,. . spring of the
rubber heel Jf ,
can't pry them
A firm, flat
fir tfit U.
anaanyi a) oaaa a) anaaa ',m,J!''m'JSS!'m'S!!''iSSmm.lSmr W
Grocers, butchers and essential
tradespeople can approximate in
advance what the outgo on Dodge
Brothers Business Car will be.
They can safely count on unusu
ally low gasoline consumption.
They can safely count on unusu
ally high tire mileage.
It will pay you to visit oa and examine tkls car.
The hanlBoe coat la nnnsnally law.
IIL. Chicago, Joseph V. Nicholson.
. 111, Quiaex, Charles H. Crawford.
riL, Chleaso, Stephen Bosch.
' IIL, Chleaco, Adbon Jarka.
IIL. Chlrato, reward Kloeck.
1 nU Cblearo. Oeorge Imbrogne.
Ind, Mlchlran Cltr, Frank J. Jasfce.
' Iowa. Valley Joaction, Alonso J. LnlL
Iowa, Mannlnr. John W. Kwoldt.
1 Iowa, Davenport. Frank ltagermaa.
: Iowa, Gravity, Earl Moore.
I Kan., Ashervllle. Henry Dmrnmond.
Ky.. stamping Ciroond, Eocene Mahoaer.
Him, Newton, Theodore J. Darrett
1l, East Cambridge, reter Solover.
Him, Charlestewn, Jamea O. Hutchinson.
Md.. Daltlmore. I.co J. Matthews.
Mich, Detroit, Alexander Bleckaw Tabor.
Mich, Detroit, Harry rllklnrton.
Mich, ffwl Detroit, Edward A. Herrorafi.
Mlrh. Isriterlrw. Walter Carl F. Goetoch.
j Mich, Mount Clemens. Chariot Courier.
Mien- urana tutpias, uttri J. liamillon.
Mlnsw Fnueo, fid Contain.
Mlna, Maakatoa. Fater J. Rutjes.
Sin, Colombia, rani A. Barth.
Ilo, Clinton, Lambert K. Harrison.
Md, Baltimore, Gears KcdienM.
Mo, CarreUlon, Harry Klmbronzh.
Mo, Doncans Bridge, Albert Lee Jtoberta.
Hh rtedmont, rani T. Leonard.
rubber sets the edges
tread to walk on,
in every step, econ
the long run.
" Utci" Halt etmt in hhtk, tat
and vjhittat jtur repairman's
fivt ttunuUt tt put them tn. Lute
Mont, Itlc Fork. Haakon laakson.
Xeh WIlMntllle. 1-airlek KlllUn Crocan
rVelk. Balston. Clarence T. Johnson.
N. C, Windsor, Jamea A. Hnx.
V. Ju Xewark ntt.H,.. fttlAeA.
X. T, Endlrolt, Demetrlos Iookaa Tre-
n. i new lorx. uamey isuu.
JT. V New York. Jerry Jarolln.
X. T Kyraense, Armond J. Gerard.
N. T, Otejro, narold A. Jester.
N. Y, w Tork. Jesse Krans.
K. T New York, Benjamin Tnransky,
X. Y, New Tork. lUchael rhllbta.
N. Y noffalo, WlUUm J. Hoeh.
X. Y New York, Frank Jallan.
X. T Brooklyn. Lonls B. IJm-yea.
X. Y. Xew York, Patrick Calhane.
X. Y Xew York, Jamea Brady.
X. Y, Xew York. William B. UcCaa.
X, Y Xew York, John F. Hannabcrrr.
Ohio, Clereland, Stanley Ilreacek.
Ohio. Manias, Dmrld Lslnr.
Ohio, Hlllsboro, Darld L. Boothby.
Ohio, Pharon Center, Elmer I- rorter.
Ohio. Cleeeland. Fater J. Sehultx,
Okhk, Mlllrtte. Terry Bean.
Okla, ManxQm, Silas T. Goodman.
Okla Mountain rark. Boyd D. Wilson.
Okta.. Kdmond. Frank XL. McKlnnls.
ra Natrona. Clarrnre A, Claassen.
l"a, Erie, Baymend Conrader.
rs, Allentown. Clarence E. Iytan.
raw, Chester, RUUtlna Blfero.
ra.. rhlladelphla. Ixxili K. BUknp.
I-a, Ilomeatrad, William F. Frye.
Fa, rhlladelphla. Laois Lemer.
rs.. Klndwood, OrrU Llllsrd.
ra.. UlalrsTUle, Antli 8. lintner.
Fa, Dalsytowo, John I-emlnowlch.
ra, ColambU, John Moore.
ra., Khamokln. Willis ra Tarch.
ra., ealtsbarr, Ilerman Z-. WIrneke.
Sweden, Grslered, Andrew reterson.
Tex El Faso. John James Fost.
Tex, Grapelsnd, William II. Garrett.
Tex, Wlnnsboro, WllUam E. McAllister.
Tex.. Willow Cltr. John W. Greathonse.
Tex, Knox City, Herman Ilarkseld.
Texw Trsop. Hamer A. MeElrey.
Tenn, Silver rolnt, Ollro 11. SlaxwelL
Tex, CoUlnsTlIlej William H. Heeie.
Vt, Fair Haven, Gordon 8. Roberts.
Va, Waath, Cary L. Campbell.
Vt, Colchester, Edwin Hanson WrljhU
Ya, Kttrleks, WUIUm J. Inre,
Wash- Snokans. Jar C Kellr.
Wis, Bamboo, Ererett Hawkins.
Wis, Dorchester, Frank Lonr.
Wis, Ashland, Ererett W. Ijons.
Wis, Tlrrrton, Carl Tollben.
miw 3lllwaafcee. tn urork.
WI.2. Black Rlter Falls, Wendell Lawrenra
Wis, Richland Center. Murray Francis
Wis, Xew Richmond. Itarrr Bell
Wis- Stmnlrr. John Konsello.
Wis, rark Falls, Howard Andrew mean.
wis, la Crosse. Jlsrtln Konop.
Wis, Mllwankre, Anton LewandocrikL
Wis, Milwaukee, Joseph XleaL
Wis, Victory. Jack Baberts.
W. Va, Cobnrn, Marshall Gump.
W. Va, nreedlnc. Edward Hodis.
W. Va., Stone. Robert L. Gore.
Wyo, Cowley, John C. ElletU
MISSING IN ACTION
K. Y, Balnbrldre, Horace Z-'Indon.
X. Y, Osslnlnr. Herbert R. Vanderbllt.
Irelacd. Keel ArblU, Walter J. O'Maller.
X. J, Asbnry rark. Alexander M. Harden.
X. J, Rloomfleld, Irrins; C Olstrnm.
X. J, rerth Amboy, Thomas F. Toolan.
Vt, BeUaws Falls, Michael J. Mannlnr, Jr.
Conn, Windsor, Louis K. Flansa.
Ill, Chlraro, Peter Maxlrnh.
X. Y, BntTalo, Albert l Gnratz.
X. Y, Albany, M array Sander.
X. J, Farmlncdale, James U. Waelley.
X. J, Moorestown. Lewis Zlrxler Sutton.
Ohio, CtreleTllle, John W. Welch.
Pa., Carlisle, Glen Arthur LUntnrr.
X. Y, reeksldU. John A. Ilronda.
Ala, Blrmlncham, Leon C. Tjctt.
Ark, Parthenon, llah L. Hudson.
Ark, Bald Knob, Andrew Hayes Tillman.
Ark, Womble, Georce T. Weeks.
Aria, Phoenix, Clemens L. nnrxles.
CaL, M1U Valley, Martin B. O'llara.
Canada. Coronation. Wearer nelntz.
Col, Setbert, Troy J. Martin.
Cola- Hnrder. Lewis C. reterson.
Colo, rneblo, Thybo A. Peterson.
DrL, Xaw Castle, Stanlslaw Bras.
Cal, Los Anselea, Lools Walpert.
Ga, Thomaaellle, Samuel E. Mole.
ua, vua ifcica, uuej c vosBnur.
IIL, Marlon, Lory L. Price.
Ill- Chicago, Frederick Suhr.
Hi; Roektord. Frank R. Ward.
HLl Chlcmfo, Raymond C.rodeeki.
IIIJ Chlcaro, Holly Mldklffr. '
111.1 Chlcato. John F. XlemcxnikL
III, Cblcaco, John J. Qulfley.
IIL. cmcaco, uro tineiiore.
Ill, Chlcaso. James Warren.
IIL, IfluQS, cnarles lirooas.
Ill, Chlcaro. William O. Foley.
Ill, Cblcaco, Roy S. Hampton.
HI, Mllmette. Loalri Xanoll.
IIL, Chlcaxo, Frank R. Martinson.
111., Chlraxs. Michael Lsltlere.
Ind, WInamas, Iten K. Brown.
Ind, IndlanapoUs, Robert A. Lee.
Ind, Woleott. Alonso W. Gross.
Ind- Hartford Cltr. Horace G. Dawsan.
Idaho. Vollmer, Emll G. Nelson.
ind, isianrorti, joiin retrenio.
Ind, Unlonvllle, Thomas F. Riddle,
lows. Beacon. Thomas W. Gsrrlnrton
Iowa, Davenport. Henry Ollen.
fly, tl iiompson relation, llimaiu wwihtc
liy, llendenon, I toy It. Good Icy.
KV Vrt.mburr. Josenh llammons.
JIass, Medford, Robert Watt.
Mo, St. I-oal, John l. ill.
Mo, St. Louis. Isidore Rot In.
Minn, Gary, John Ixikrn.
Minn, Fercus I"all. Waller A. Dalloze.
Xeb, Omaha. Arthur S. DnscynakL
X. J, Rahway. John F. Burt.
X. J, Bradevelt. James R. Isrkln.
X. J, Mncroft. Chsrles J. Mouser.
X. J, Hoboken, John J. O'Gara.
X. J., Jersey City. Frederick Brenner.
X. J, Newark, Fred Henne.
X. J., Jersey City. Alfred Levy.
X. J, C!oler. William I). Llmbert.
X. J, Freehold. James 11. Lykes.
X. J, Jersey City, Frank William McCor-
X. J, Lonr Branch, William K. Yafladls.
X. J, Ijikewood, Harry A. Grover.
X. J, Elisabeth. IMsrd M. Malone.
K. J, Jtrsey CIIt, John risnner.
X. J, Ilnmont, Michael rlrrlano.
X. J, South Amboy, Frank rirtra.
X. Y, Lynbrook, Anthony Mueller.
X. Y, BnlTalo. Harold Hall.
X. Y, Odessa, John (J. llaienberser.
N, Y, Xew York, Samuel Herman.
X. Y, Masprth. Joepb J. Lane.
X. Y, Xew York, Georce Leach.
N. Y, Raffalo. Joseph Rodenberr.
X. Y, Brooklyn. GutaT Tauber.
X. Y, Hector. Claude L. Williams.
X. Y Buffalo, Bolealan Mskowleckl.
X. Y, New York. Charles Manrormk .
X. Y, Xew Boehelle. Salomon Rudln.
X. Y, West Hampton Beach, Theodora
X. M, Chlmyo. Alrandrlno Martlnex.
Ohio. Alice, James Fonn.
Ohio, Akron, Harry Wann.
Ohio, Cleveland, I"rank r. Kennedy,
Ohio, Caldwell, Martin Flacnik.
Ohio, Alliance, Edwin C. Quinn.
Okla, Rooserett, Freddie L. Stockton.
Pa, rttlsburxb, AiplnwaD. Howard A. Al-
Pa, Chester. WUHsm Knarr.
Pa, rerryopoUs, David Stlrkel.
rs- llostelta, Georxe Goodman.
Pn., rhlladelphla. William 1-arrerty.
ra, MrKean, Stephen 1-cplnvkl,
Pa, Reading. Charles Mack.
Pa, SmlthBeld, Georxe S. McCnrty.
Pa, rhlladelphla. John J. Malone.
Pa., New Salem, Thomas J. rrenderxast.
ra, rwl.town. Clay T. Racer.
Pa, Reading. Henry W. Scheeffer.
Pa- Ramey. Charles Fred Wsxner.
. C, Cliarleston, linlv Hollo.
". C- PeUer, Jay Mshsffer.
Va, WoodtaHii, Clarrnre E. White.
Va, Hacsn. Lee II. Whltt.
IV. Va, Derryhale. Edward I- Dover.
W. Va, WelUburc Joseph XV. Martin.
Tex.. Dallas. John T. Burke.
Wash- Everett. Frank F Bryant.
Wis, La Crosse, Elmer William Gsstafson.
Wis, Appleton, Chauncey M. Grunert.
Wis, Boycrvllle, James Lewis.
X. Y, Xew York, WUIUm Bell.
Ga, loxmnsvllle, rlerce K. Compton.
La, rerry, Frank N. 8tanibnry.
MARINE CORPS CASUALTIES.
KILLED IN ACTION
D. C WASrnNf.TON. JAJIIM KKKI.EY.
KATHRYX A. KEELEY, 70S D STREKT
Md.. Halethorpe, Henry I, Hulbert.
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Soothe the Irritation and Tea relieve the
dUtrru. Do both qslckty and effectively
by promptly otlnc a dependable remedy
Store Opens 10 A. M.
Remnant Offerings for
Make Especially Favorable Opportunity for
We need several hundred
more intelligent and capable
women, with or without (tore
experience, to help ui serve
the increasing- throngs of
Christmas Shoppers. The
shortened hours of the (tore's
day should make it possible
for women to- attend their
household duties and still ren
der a patriotic duty by devot
insr part of their day to serv
ing the public
Especially are we in imme
diate need of Saleswomen for
the following departments:
Dolls and Toys.
Silverware. Clocks and Hair Ornaments.
Pfcncy Leather Goods.
Apply any hour of the busi
ness day for private Interview.
Employment Office. SeTenth
6 Young Men's Suits in light
gray and tan. neat patterns, ends
of lines: sixes 33. 33. and 31
only: reduced to (10.73 each.
1 Coachman's Orercoat, heavy
weight plain blue broadcloth,
with quilted lining: medium site:
reduced price, S14.73.
Street floor. Tenth street,
' Small collection of several
makes of unllned tan kid and
chamois Gloves, ends of discon
tinued lines. A few pairs show
slight soil; sizes In the com
bined lot. 7. 7H, 7 and 7t. 9Se
pair. Regularly fZ2S. $2.00. and
43 lien's Silk Fiber and Cot
ton lllxed Neglige Shirts, with
soft- caffs; more or less pro
nounced colored stripes, ends of
discontinued lines; sizes Ui.
IS, 1BU, and 16 '.i. X95 each.
Hegularly 4.00 and $3.00.
48 Men's Fancy Four-in-hand
Ties; all good autumn colors;
I3 each.. Regularly COc.
SO pairs Men's Medium-weight
Wool Socks: . srray and. black?
sizes 9Vi and 10. 00c pair. Wen
Main floor. F street
Odd Pieces Furniture
At Very Greatly Reduced
1 Mahogany Settee, colonial
design, upholstered In plain
green velour, 813.7SI was $l!7-i.
1 Mahogany Settee, cane back
and upholstered tapestry seat,
8IZ20 was $5.00.
1 Mahogany Settee, upholster
ed in plain green velour, 16JS0
1 Solid Mahogany Settee, rush
seat, colonial design, with ma
hogany panel back, Sl-30 was
1 Fumed Oak Settee, woven
cane scat and back. $11.7S was
Sixth floor. G street,
Gas and Electric Lamps
I Gas Dome, brass, green and
rose, glass; slightly damaged,
SI 3.00 1 was $30.00.
1 Gas Dome, brass, nmber.
green and red glass, slightly
damaged. 16.nO was $32.00.
1 Gas Dome, brass, amber,
green and red glasx. slightly
damagede 1T15.00I was $30.00.
1 Electric Table Lamp, green
motal. panelled glass shade,
damaged; S1S.SOI was $25.00.
1 Electric Table Lamp. Verde
panelled glass shade, damaged,
ClILOOi was $25.00.
2 Electric Desk Lamps, all
brass, with cut glass panelled
shades, damaged, .oo eachi were
10 Japanese Hand-painted 14
Inch Shades, damaged, 2.00
eachl were $3.00.
1 Mahogany Tray, damaged.
7S was $1.50.
1 Hand Painted Tray, dam
aged. M.OOt was $12.00.
1 Hand Painted Glass Bowl,
damaged. KLSOi was J7.00.
Second floor. F street
3 Garbage Cans, no covers.
ljr0 eachl were $2.00.
2 Garbage Cans, dented. S1.23
cacht were $2.00.
2 White Enameled Collanderj.
60e eaeht were 60c
1 Double Holler, white enam
eled, xi.7.11 was $2.1fi.
2 White Enameled Saucepans.
40e enehl were 70c
1 White Enameled Saucepan,
30c was 60c.
1 White Enameled Chamber.
43ef was 05c.
2 White Enameled Jar Fillers,
40e each I were 65c
1 White Enameled Oval Dish
Tan. 1.73 was $2.25.
1 White Enameled Basin, 50c i
1 White Enameled Mixing
Bowl. 85e was $1-23
1 White Enameled Mixing
Bowl. 45ci was 00c
3 White Enameled Soap Dish
es. 2(,e cachi were 43c
1 Waste Bajket, -Me: was 63c.
1 Waste Basket. BOet was 75
5 Waste Baskets. 2Se eachl
were 3r. , .
1 Waste Basket "Set was
1 Waste Basket. B0c was 75c.
3 Rubber Door Mat J1.00I was
Aluminum Baking Pan. $2.50,
4 Aluminum Preserving Ket
tles, 1A enrhj were JI.S5.
1 Aluminum Coffee Vol. $3.00 1
was $4 10.
2 Aluminum Steamers, M -enehl
3 Aluminum Tea Tots. S2.
enehl uoie $3 GO.
3 A'"iii'i.i" Te IVit. xz
eachl wce J3.83.
3 Aluminum T-a rots. S3.00
eachi were $4 10.
Fifth floor. !' street.
Moobvvarb & Xotbrop
New York WASHINGTON Pari,
Included in these items of reduction are high
grade goods that will appeal to shoppers, especially
at this season so close to the holidays, as many selec
tions for the holiday preparations will no doubt be
made, and other staple offerings will also claim the at
tention of thrifty shoppers.
Remnant Day merchandise is not returnable;
not sent C. O. D. or on approval; nor can we
accept mail or phone orders.
Please Carry Small Parcels
The same number of men are not available for dtUverr
work as in peace times, and onr customers are helping splen
didly by carrying more small parcels than ever before.
Bat it wiil become more FASHIONABLE TO CARRY
PARCELS from now until Christmas.
Friday Clearance of
Women's. Ltce and Button Shoes,
At Much Less Usual Prices
Women's Lac Shoes in gun metal and kldskln. tars and '
welt soles; wood and leather Louts heels. Sizes, in combined
lot: AA 4U. p. SH. . and 7: A 4. 4H. S. 6 and 7; B 3, 4. 4H.
S. 5K. at; and 7: C 3, 3. 4. 4fc. 5. BIS. 6 and otf; D 2 3. 4.
4, 5 and 5,
Women's Black Kldskln Vamp with black cloth top Button
Shoes: leather Cuban heels and welt sole. Sties: A 354: B 3 and
3H: C2LJ, 3. 3M, 4 and 4Vi; D 3. 3, 4 and 6. 93.73 .pair.
Women's Evening Slippers, slightly soiled. Including black
satin, white satin, blue satin and black kldskln; sizes A 3, 3H,
4 and B; B 314 and 4; C 3 and 4; D 3. $1.60 alr.
Third floor. Tenth street '
Friday Special in
Boys' White Sailor Suits, $2.25 Each
44 Boys' White Sailor Suits, bins collar and caffs, finished
with braid and sailor tie; sizes 3 to 8 years. Rsdocrd, to. Sir?
each. . . ,--. . -. Bf.r
16 Boys' Raincoats, broken sizes. 4 to IS yean; Ian and ox
ford gray; "Bestyette" make. Reduced to $a5 each.
6 Khaki Army Sweaters, sizes 38 and 35. suitable for boys
1C to 20 years; strictly all worsted. Reduced to S-LSG each.-
Fourth floor, Tenth street
Friday Special Sale of
Seco Silk Petticoats, $2.95 Each
Another shipment of these splendid quality Seed Silk Petti
coats, finished with three taffeta silk ruffles; In chsngeabls toasts
of blue, green, violet gold and bruwn.
Special price. S3.83 each.
Third floor, V street '
Friday Special Sale of
33 Women's 26 Inch Black American Taffeta Tape Edge Um
brellas, with assorted wood handles. Specially priced, SI .S3 rack;
40 Women's 26 Inch Black Piece Dyed Taffeta Tape Edge
Umbrellas, with assorted wood bakallle and silver trimmed han
dle. Specially priced, $2.95 each
Main floor, G street
A New and rmal Lot
Short Lengths of High-0-ade Carpets
At Extremely Loa Prices
100 Sample lengths of Carpets, including the best quality Sf
Bigelow and Whlttall's Wilton. Body Brussels and Axnilnsters;
also a number of samples of the best Wilton Velvet Carpets. In
lengths of 1 yard and 14 yards In the piece pt body and border.
All have ends faced and would make Ideal rugs for bedrooms '
and bathrooms offering especially favorable opportunity for
selection because practically all colors are included.
They arc samples of patterns which we cannot secure again
and are being dropped from our Cut Order Carpet Department
The lot offered last Friday was so quickly disposed of that
we suggest an early morning call.
Sample Borders, 50c and $1.00 Each.
Regularly $2.50 and $5.00 a yard.
Body Samples, S1A,4SJS0 and S34M Each.
Regularly $2.50 and $5.00 yard.
Sixth floor, F street
Odd Pieces Wicker Furniture
We hare assembled all odds and ends of High-Grade Reed
and Wicker Furniture remaining on our floors, some pieces
slightly Imperfect and are offering them at the following greatly
1 Chinese Reed Corner Cabinet gray enamel Cilsh, $5.73 1
1 Brown Reed Foot Extension Stool, S&Xoi Ys $12.50.
I Rattan Stool or Tabourette, $3.73 1 was $7.60.
1 Black and Natural Philippine Peacock Btattan StooL 32
inches In diameter, as Is, $T.50 was $16.50.
1 Philippine Natural Rattan Settee, $19.00 1 was $40.00.
1 Natural Willow Tea Cart, SI 0.30 j was $25.00.
1 Square Rattan Table. $t3.73 was $27.50.
1 Verde Green Portable Lemonade Stand, $3.00 1 was $15.00.
1 Willow Kern Stand, SS.00 was $12.00.
1 Gray Enamel Floor I-amri. $20.00 1 was $45.00.
1 Reed Tablo Lamp, novelty enameled finished. SS.OOl was
1 Green Willow Rocker. glUMi was $13.00.
1 I-arge. Willow Table, fancy finish. $23.00 1 was $30.00.
1 Brown Reed Floor Lamp. $23.00 1 was $30.00.
1 Phlllppino Rattan Desk, light mahogany top, $33.00 waJ
1 Green Willow Magazine Table. SI 0.00 1 was $16X0.
1 Gray Stained Table. Lamp, standard, 7.S0i was $16.00.
Also the following:
1 Large Sample riec-e Overstuffed Upholstered Kidney
Shaped Sofa, covered In green denim; an extraordinary value at
$80.00: reituce:l to $40.00; was $00.00.
I Tl-r.-c Fold t'reti.nno Bed Room Screen. Slt-Ofli was S18.C0.
1 Tlnee Kold Library Soren. SIS.SOi was SSO.OO.
I Tin.-; Kuiil Library Screen. $22.00 1 was $33.00.
Fifth floor, G street.
Store Closes 6 P. 31.
Red Cross Containers
for Soldiers' Christmas
Gifts Now Being
The Branch of the Amer--ican
Red Cross-in this store
is an official distnbutin
center for 'the .Red Cro
Cartons to be used fo;
sendinjr Christmas Gifts ti
U. S. Soldiers overseas.
When you receive- the of-o
Asktsol Tntuit 4fasaksssl li siaT Ji.iaai-
to whom you. will send gifts,
brim? it to onr Red Cross i
Station Second Floor, P' j
Street and secure your.
empty carto11- 'When thl?
has been tilled with gifts
brine it back, unwrapped,.
with the label, to- be in "
SDecterL "welshed fnot to ex ifP
cecd, two pounds. 15 ounces R,t-J
wrapped and forwarded by
the accredited Red Cross atsann
tendants. The Ked cross -will
handle -all parcels for''
soldiers overseas, and the
jffldal .carton must be used:'
"Friday Special in Jt
Women's Silk Hosiery,
$1.65 Pair ' . t
Just 20 dozen of these Ve3o.
n's Pure 811k- Hose. They, ajre
tn black, whit and a splendid
range of desirable colors:
slightly uneven in weave is the
reason for the lowness of price.
If perfect they- would sell for
$2Jo pair. .
Special. $1.83 pair.
Also 50 dozen Women's Black
Silk Hose, with lisle garter top
Special. 81.15 pair.
Main floor. G street
2 Nile Green Slip-on Sweaters,
heavy rib weave, purled at
waist Una in white: also white
cuffs and large white brushed
wool sailor collar; size 42; $3.73
eachl were $7,75. ,
1 White Wool Sleeveless Slip-
L-'.onttPurled at wajst line. $a3t
4 -Nile Green and E Water
melon Pink Wool Sweaters,
putled at waist to give the ef
fect of a allp-on. $3J3 each)
2 Silk Fiber .Coat Sweaters,
one gray and ono black: faiiey
tveave. with sash: sizes 3S and.
42: 373 euehi were $9.00.
2 'White Fiber Sleeveless SUp
opj; fancy weave. . purled at
waist line, also large sailor 'col
lar: sizes. 40 and 42; S4.7S eaeaj
1 Lavender Wool Slis-on
Sweater with tan and white
brushed wool collar. 3-1.751 was
Third floor. Center.
Women's Waists 1
30 Georgette Crepe Waists,
some manufacturer's samples
and some taken from regular
stock: all sizes in combined lot
although more 38 and 3S; white,
flesh, maize, peach and black;
3J3 eachl were $5.75 and $0.00.
24 Voile Waists In white a$d
fancy stripes. -79e eachi were
$2.25 and $2.50. ,
.8 Fancy;Strlpe Voile Waists,
taken from regular stock. 7Se
eachi were $1.00.
Third floor, eleventh street
Friday Special Sale-..j
Aluminum 4-qt. Covered
Kettles, $1J55 Each"
One of the leading makers lias
sent us 50 4-qt Aluminum Cov
ered Kettles to be sold at this r
special price to distribute among
our patrons to make his goods
better known among that many
families. 'They are of heavT-
IIIIWIIUCH. auiuubu U1U ncn '
ished. The value Is exc;. :-fiS S
S1JW Kaeh Kerularlr $2t' ,. J :
Fifth floor, Eleventh str.se $
Girls' and Misses Drestt I
7 Girls' Dresses .of- striped
gingham, plain chambray BUd
Peter Pan cloth: pink, greets
and gold stripes: sizes o. 8. an
10: slightly mussed. $3.73 eaehl
were $5.00 and $5.75.
6 Girls' Handsmocked Cham '
bray Dresses: tan, pink, greeni
tralght-llne models of splendid
style; ages 0 to 12 years; S2J3
enehl were $4.50. v
S All-wool Misses' Jerse
Dresses: sizes 10 and IS. in
navy, taupe and beaver: neatly
braided: SiSJMi eocui
Fourth floo. G street
China and Pottery
3 Odd Decorated Nippon
China Hair Receivers. 33c eachi
1 French China Decorated Su-
gar and Cream Set. 3L23 was!
$4.00. , .
I Decorated Hnvlland China
Celery Tray, slightly imperfect
SI-SOi was $4.00. ' I
1 Japanese Wicker Covered,
Fruit Bowl. 43c) was $1.00.
1 Richly Decorated Japanese
China Hanging Flower Baskets
93o was $1.75. Z
1 Black and White Pottery
Hanging Basket. 03c i was $1.75.
1 Black and White American,
Pottery Fern Dish, slightly ims
perfect. 75ct was si. 50. t ,
25 Broun and White Covered.
Casseroles. 33c enehl was 35?v I
1 Hnndsoni Dev-rated HT Is
land China 14-Inch Platter. $33 1!
1 Kngllrli Porcelain Fnilfc
Cmnpnrt. neat- pattern. STJOg
was $4 50.
1 i:ncllsh Pnrretnin Catdt
I'li-. ncatlv decorated. 73c wa
SI 30. -
2 Handsomely Decorated Ll
mogea China Covered Dishes.
(S.0O euchi were $4.50.
Fifth Floor. V street