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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; TUESDAY, APRIL i; 1919.
FIVE PERSONS HURT-
Five persons today are suffering
from Injuries received la?t night when
a street car of the Washington Ball
wuy and Eleatria Company crashed
into a Washington, Baltimore and
Annapolis electric train standing
without power at Kenilworth avenue,
Edward B. Nagel. sixteen years
old. and Albert H. Hamilton, eighteen
years old, both of C35 Elliott street
northeast, were the most seriousi-i-injured.
Nagje received a fractured
knee and, Hamilton received severe
cuts on the face and hands, others
injured were Mrs. IL S. Bladen, of
Capitol Heights, Md.. Hotorman Os-
pr TT Tavlnr nnA Conductor Bichard
FalL All the injured were taken to
Motorman Taylor after being treat
ed at the hospital was taken to the
Ninth precinct police station and
locked up. charged with colliding.
The . Baltimore .train of two cars
was standing on the tracks without
lights owing to a broken trolley pole,
when it -was struck by the street car.
Several passengers In the street oar
were shaken up but refused hospital
treatment; Both cars were badly
Car Hit Automobile. .
A street car of the "Washington
Rsilvav nnd Electric Company, col
lided at Connecticut avenue and N;
streets northw.est. last night with an
automobile operated by Herbert!
Pierce, of 1502 Thirteenth street"
John Spencer, colored. 3213 Sher-
man avenue northwest, was Injured ;
on the head and body yesterday when ,
the bicycle he was riding was struck
by an automobile operated by Mrs.)
William HCOZt, Ol Ju uecaiur o ii.
northwest. Spencer refused hospital
PLANS NEW IE
A new home, nearer to the business
section of the city, with a gym
nasium, swimming pool, and all
other modern" conveniences, is today
being planned for the Commercial
The club, through its execu:lve
committee and board of governors, is
seeking to enlarge the scope and
facilities of the organization with a
view to making It more beneficial- to
the business men of the cfty. A com
mittee on genral- activities was re
cently appointed, with B. C. Graham
aa chairman. They recently reported
'the following suggestions to the
board of governors:
. That our commercial activities
should be broadened, the better to
serve the business men of the city.
That our civic activities should be
J greater, and co-ordinated with our
That we should'have much-rnoie-ajid
better living and dining facilities
for our members and visiting guests.
That we should have the equipment
of a first-class modern athletic club,
from swimming pool and gymnasium
to roQf garden.
In order that these things may be
realized the committee suggests that
a site be purchased nearer the busi
ness center, and a clubhouse built
that shali include the above features.
Senator Gilbert 11. Hitchcock, of
Nebraska, will address the club on
the Teague of Nations" tonight at
its April dinner.
HAND IS NAMED ASSISTANT
SECRETARY OF TREASURY
Robert G. Hand, of Mississippi, has
lieen named Assistant Secretary of
tl Treasury to succeed George Fort,
who died a few days ago. Other re
cess appointments announced last
Thomas G. Halght, of New Jersey,
to be United 'States circuit judge.
Third district; D. E. Simmons, of
Houston, Tex., to be United States
district attorney for the Southern dis
trict of Texas; A. C Hindman, of
Boise, Idaho, to be United States at
torney for the Canal Zone, and Cor
nell S. Franklin, to be flrst judge of
the circuit court of Hawaii.
S0L0NS PLAN TO PUSH
Plans to force to the front in the
extra' session the proposed legisla
tion, for the control of the packing
Industry have been discussed between
Senator Kendrick of Wyoming and
other Senators who are anxious to see
Fomething' done at the extra session.
As a result, it is a certainty that
etrenuous efforts will b? made to get
k measure passed by both houses
which will reach to at least a part of
the evils complained of in the pack
ing business, and especially in the
Big Five" combination.
Oil, PRICKS CRASH.
The bottom fell out of oil prices,
oil men learned last night, when In
formed of the oids received by the
United States Shipping Board. The
board was quoted prices ranging from
24 cents to $1.38 a barrel for 34.000.
000 barrels of fuel oil for use in
America's merchant marine Before
the war fuel oil was sold for $2.15 to
$20 a barrel.
GET RID OF YOUR
"Bliss Native Herb Tablets are irih
oot s dotjbt the best medieinr for
rheumatism I erer used." S. W. Mills.
Est lomn. W. Va.
"I axn strong? nd healthy at sev-naty-fottr.
thanks to Bliss Native Iicrb
Tablets." 5. C Martin, Stevensbur?,
Bliis N&tire Herb Tablets
for over thirty years hare relieved
ft.wnM.nds of sufferers from rheuma
tism, llrer and kidney trouble, end
ootsrtipatloa. 0ntle and effective In
action, aad eonomlesj In price. One
dollar per box of 200 tablets. Insist
oa Bites, and you will ret the
gesatB. Look for trade-mark
gold W letsflas firarrteU and local
Laces in a Special Sale Tomorrow
at Only 3c Yard
Lace edges, for curtains, 1-2-inch wide and made to retail at
three times the price to be. quoted in tomorrow's sale only 3c yard.
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Why Be ChUy These Cool Mornings? Buy An Oil Heater.
Wednesday We Offer 500 Large- $ Q
Size OIL HEATERS at O.
These heaters sell regularly at $6.00. but because they .were received late, in the season we have decided to sell them at
t.is low price rat.:er than hold them until next winter. '
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An Economy Opportunity
One of the Most Important Events
in the Basement This Year
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For Dresses Actually
Worth Up to $27.50
This most remarkable Dress Sale enables
one to choose from hundreds of the New Sea
son's most attractive garments styles that have
been copied from high-priced and authoritatively
Correct Models designed by the leading Fashion
Artists. The broad assortment includes
Street Dresses, Afternoon Dresses,
Dinner Dresses, Party Dresses
Over 40 Styles Included
Every desirable new spring silk fabric, including
Beautiful Figured Georgettes
Superb Beaded Georgettes
Dresses of Satin and Taffeta
Handsome Georgette Combinations
Lovely All-Wool jerseys
Cnlnw arc as diversified and as charming as
suiui&. thc stylK Bright Spring Colors; soft
light shades, and novelty combinations in designs and
shades correct for every occasion.
THE VARIETY OF MODELS INCLUDES:
Straightline Styles Draped Styles
Pleated Effects Tailored Tunics
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Dresses Actually Worth to $27.50, at $17.75
The Supreme Dress Event
Downstairs This Season
Don't Miss It!
Boudoir and Breakfast Caps
In a Special Sale at 24c .V
Dainty Caps of Crepe de Chine and Satin, with trimmings of
flowers and laces. Is not 24c little enough for the making Of them
alone? Palal Royal Bargain BasesaeBt,
IN THE BARGAIN BASEMENT
On Special Sale Wednesday Morning
785 House Dresses, Special at $1.88
A SPECIAL PURCHASE QUALITIES UP TO $2.75 Your size is here, your style, and just the color.
Of standard quality gingham, percale, and chamrays. Solid colors, pjaids and checks. BnixJBujke
or belted styles, finished with ne collars and pockets. Many have collars and cuffs of contrasting
materials. Sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 44,46, 48, 50 and 52- One Day Only $1.88
3500 Yds. De Luxe Dress Ginghams
Special 29c Yard ...""'''
Regular at 39c to 45c
The finest ginghams made in America, all the newest patterns and. beautiful colprmgs;- in
plaids, stripes, check's, plain. ' -
Nearly 100 Styles
These are the ginghams used in Women's and Juvenile's High Grade Dresses, Bungalow Apronsy etc
Don't fail to see these De. Luxe Ginghams; in both snail and large plaids, in wonderful. patternsand com
binations of colors- that make them a marvel of beauty. Whether plain colors or tiny checks or novelty
stripes, .these gfeghams are beautiful beyond the ordinary, of quality to endure. Values. 'to 4oc yard,
Advantageously Acquired the Season' Accumulation
Turkish Towels Mill Seconds
Of Towels Made to Retail at 25c and 29c
Choice for i8e
Many thousands of- these Towels have sold here at 25c and 29c because they are the best obtain
able at the prices. They have to be uniformly good a dropped stitch, .a tiny oil spot, an uneven hem,
makes any towel " seconds;" These are laid aside a-id later disposed of.
The season's accumulation goes on sale here tomorrow. ......,,.., j
It means the opportunity to buy 29c Towels at 18c; a half dozen at $1.08 instead of $1.94; a dozen
at $2.16 instead of $3.48. It's the 'opportunity of the season and -it will pass quickly. Begins tomorrow
A Passing Opportunity to Acquire
Maker's Sample Table Cloths
Carried by "Dranuners" When on "the Road'
H.39 L89 1.79 $1,98
These Are Nominal Ftfces Quality Considered
Only a few of these cloth's will have to go to. the laundry
the majority W'spic and span. The quality of Damask and the,
patterns will delight While the quantities are not large, the va
riety includes tboth; round -and square, scalloped, .Jiemstatched and
45-inch -Table Tops,
$1.29 Value, 69c
Damask Tabl Tops, laundered
ind hemmed, ready to use. 4o
inches square. Bought by the yard
md made up. these tops would cost
more than $1.29. Think, only 69c!
18-inch Table Napkin
Special, 12y2c Each
Only 50 dozen 600-napkins hem
med, laundered, ready to use. One
3ozen to each purchaser 'in justice
Special at 29c
. Only during: the distribution of
this very special lot. Some lace
trimmed, others of all-over lace. To
:reato a fair distributionr-not more
than three to each purchaser.
Fine Huck Towels,
Special at 35c
Here tomorrow morning: ?one by
closing: time. Real bargains cannot
always be in quantities to suit.
Sale of Englis hLongeloths
Three Years Since Such Values Were Offered Here
Tomorrow $1.95, $2.85, $3.95
Regular $2.69 $3.65, $5.00 -
The Prices Quoted are for 10-Yard Pieces
Yard wide genuine Kngrllsh Long Cloth. Sold only by the piece
with the right reserved to limit the quantity allowed each customer.
On sale at $1.95. $2.S5 and 53.95 piece beginning tomorrow morning.
Regular at $LO0
The name of the famous maker is-.m
these gloves not to be advertised In
conjunction with the reduced price. All
a rst -quality but "broken lots." AH
sizes In white but not in- the trays and
black, fl gloves, at 69c
J -Vt Women's Kid and
'" Cape Gloves, $1.39
Regular at-$2- - - -
First quality gloves and all the latf
est style, with correctly einbroftlered
backs. Besides blafck and brown ar
white and light shades of gloves whlcn
can be washed without barm. Worth,
repeating regular $2.00 quality Kid and
rapc Gloves at $1.39. Note Sizes 5.
54 and 6 only.
Ending of a Series of Sales '
1211 Women's Night Gowns
Last of Lots That Sold at $1.00 Up
At 88c, $1.00 and 1.49
Many lots are combined and included at these three prices. At 88c are gowns
with round necks and touches of embroidery and ribbon trimming; these are from
lots that sold so quickly at $1.00 that only 'broken lots" remain. With regular
$1.00 gowns at 88c much better than usual garments will be in the lots here to
morrow at $1.00. At $1.49 are real Windsor Crepe Gowns in pretty pink as well
as white; various styles with round, square and V necks.
Women's Thread Silk Stockings at $1.00
Theao Black Silk Stockings arp wHl known to regular patrons who are waiting
for this announcement of a new supply.
All Sizes Here Tomorrow From &lz to 9V2
For perfection of nt. bauty. for durability. -these stockings are undoubtedly the
best possible at $100. Strictly first quality.
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Better Than Ever Hats at $4.98
Including samples of sailors, tans, pokes and
hand made straw and all primmed artistically. No
New Tailored Hats,
Special at $4.98
The 'nines" of these hats will ap
peal to the woman and miss who Is
a real eritlc. Best of straws have
been 'tailored" bo that importer (
bats cnstlncr more than twice the N
prices are equaled in every re
spect. In black, brown, taupe, navy
end red. Little trimming best of
wings, pempoma, stick-ups and rib
bon, Grouped at $4.98 for choice.
Palais Rafal Btuemcnt Store,
variations of smallest to. largest straw hats, many of
two "alikc not a great quantity but a wonderful
Children's New Hats at
$1.39 and $1.93
For children 3 to 10 years come
the prettiest hats of the season
and at the least prices yet quoted.
At $1.39 are Milan, Hemp and
Split Straws, in white, natural,
blue, green and black; also in com
At $1.98 Included are League of
Nation Tarns, of. red felt, with
green cord lacing. See these lat
est novelty kats. Mothers and
their children will always find' the
newrt styles here first. -
la!uU Royal Barsnla BaaemesiU
Knit Vests, 2 for 85c
Sizes 50 and 52 ma4e fully larger In
Swiss Ribbed Vests that, conform to the m
3j?ure with grace and comfort 2 for "
55c less thah usual for even, inferior B
makes of "extra sizes."
Women's Flesh Pmk g
Union Suits at 69c-
2 Suits for $1.25
Two garments in one for only 69e-
Slove Fitting" Swiss Bibbed' Suits with
lov Heck, no sleeves and tight knees, g
Sizes 36 and 38. Special at 69c suit or
2 suits' for l-25. .