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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920.
ff 9 EXPECT TO AGREE ON RAIL BILL THIS WEEK House and Senate Conferees Split on Guarantee. ludil vjtfi to Tiie Sin ixd -S'air Yok lltmiiP. iVmiiin'hto.v, J.in. 31. Althoueh the iioum and Senate conferees on the rail roaJ 1)111 failed 10 r,arM a" agreement to-day It nas nnomu.fd tnal eome ..rfisreff mnAe ,nat ",ero 18 om irafon to liopo for a acttlcmcnt (,irly ii t , Tlw " nf l,r'''''m dlpcusnlons be in. m t tic iw" liuiifr In Section 6. kna(or f'-'1"1 n"" 1,1 ''innndlnir that .iviiiii return "f ''i Iff . on tin ','iln. of i:iilm.i"l property In each rate li-.n.! lull lw siMi.;nt.-nl liy the law-n prmlMOU Tne II.iUn, Ik imHy In ui.iml tli.it Hi'' luTc ntaRe of (IiIh Rtiar. discretion of tlio Interstate Commerce1 Commission. On this point agreement a still Impossible at the ena or to day's elttlnc. TWO YEAR RAIL LOSS TO U.S. HALF BILLION Until further noticestore hours 9:30 to 6 P. M. , r i Special 2 Neckwear Fine Batiste 'and Organdy Collar and Cuff Sets vest trimmed with Val lace also Batiste Collars with corners of Irish Lace, Unusual Values at Coat to Government for De cember Operation$62J00.000 Special Dtipalch to Tin Six and Xcir Yosx IIrni.i. AVasiiixoto.v. Jan. 31. Two yearn of rovernment operation of the railroads Khow it net los to the Oovernmcnt of more tliah half n lillllon dollar. Pre liminary flKiifes on Hi" result of Decern tr oierntlon for 1919 compiled y tlm Itallroad Administration indicate tint the roadx under Federal control will have r.et operating rcvcntieit for the month of but $12,600,000. Thin reprirentH a ions for the month of 162,300,000 to tlm Oov ernmcnt after allowing one-twelfth of the rcntnl duo to the roads, or the stan dard return. Tho second year of Government con 5tficfouetuie at 40tftjefiicci 3.75 Each B Hair Nets B W It ii real achievement (o be able to W LJ offer Genuine Humin Hair Ntti, both UJ H Cap ind Allovcr Shipu, at a price that H M ii within the reach of all. In the pop- M ular ihadei. Vtry Special H 1.00 Dozen Previous to Opening Our Lines of Spring Merchandise Lowest Possible Prices Offered This Week in Every Department nlltfp H'llll if'" " Co'll'DPP'1 OiimtnlhMon. i',,iii nli. arc aRrcil on tlie central primlll'' that into.' iliall Ik- mlJuMed to 'lie puniof of Inmirliis- the roads In each diftrlit funic proper minimum of earn incr fulllclcnt to maintain their pro. ',I(S and credit.-'. The House believes that to write a M'eeMV percentage into tv law wm,(l iiniiirei.-arily hamper the trol was moro costly than tho first, the net loan for the year aggregating moro than 1349,000.000 without including the overhead expenses of the Railroad Administration. i Wate Q earance Several Hundred Pairs of SMART BOOTS $7.75 "" Formerly Priced Up lo $12.00 The season's most desirable models, con sisting of all brown kid, patent leather with brown or gray kid tops and black kid with black suede tops. Made with welted soles and Louis XV. heels of leather. Also a limited number of military heel models of brown or black calf with fawn or tray buck tops. Queen Quality Boot Shop 32-34 West 34th Street I. oMmi J INTRODUCES CORRECT PARIS STYLE Slir fpuBP of Sfarzman Announces the arrival of new Paris Gowns portraying the influence of Egyptian Style Together with a collection of models made in our workrooms featuring the new style tendency Paris Hats Egyptian Style possessing marked individuality These Distinctive Creations are appropriate f or wear at the Winter Resorts Our models may be obtained at the leading establishments and specialty houses in the United States Canada 4" Special 3 Men's Shirts A Clearance of belter grades that cannot be duplicated again Ttt this low price. Value Andtrson Scotch Madras odd sizes 630 English Woven Madras discontinued lines 5.50 I , Plain colored Zephyr Madras collar separate 5.50 I' O QEh Best Mercerized Poplins plain colors 5.00 0 Flannel Shirts with neckbands or collars 6.50 1 Ech Lounging Shirts heavy, plain cottons collars on 5D0 Special 4 - Winter Auto Robes (Heavy double Plushes) Plain .colors with reverse side of contrasting colorings made to stand hard service and always look well. Regularly 19 JO to 23.00 Each 13.95 Steamer Rugs a fine quality in neat subdued plaids good weight, full size rug woven from soft spun yarns (wool and cotton). Real Value 12.00 8.50 Special.5 Knit Jackets Yj in brilliant new tones or the more con liWservativc shades an indispensable accessory for wear under coats and suits or over thin waists. Buttons down the front as illustrated. Snug fitting, cozy and warm. Specially Priced at 1.95 Special 6 Women's Silk Hosiery Of Pure Thread Silk in combination with a lustrous Fibre Silk the result, a desirable, well fitting and durable stocking elastic ribbed cotton tops in Black, Cordovan, Navy, Russian Calf and White. Very Special Pair 1.45 Special 7 Dress Goods Lengths Suitable for Suits, Dresses and Skirts. Included are SERGES TRICOT1NES VELOURS HOMESPUNS Ularked at vtry attractive prices to close. BROADCLOTHS S1LVERTONES Special 8 Women's Gloves Our own importation of Washable Kid Gloves that we are plac ing on sale at a price that is below the wholesale, quotation to-day. They are made with two large pearl buttons and are Pique sewn a pliable quality of French Kid leather went into the modeling of these smart gloves, which come in Champagne, French Blue and White. An Exceptional Value at 3.75 Pair Special 9 Georgette Blouses , Unequalled Value at 5.95 Four new and decidedly attractive models (two illustrated) are displayed at this popular price they arc daintily embroidered with silk and beads and some arc hemstitched or satin trimmed. Such a diversity is sure to please the most discriminating. In White, Flesh, Navy, Taupe and Black. The new silhouette Spring Suits were an inspiration in the designing of these models, which exemplify the new season s vogue. Very Special at 5.95 Special 10 10.00 Silk Umbrellas (For Women) New assortments are arriving dally to augment our compre hensive showing of advance Spring styles only the distinctive and smart models which include innovations in handles are here shown. Stub ends to match handles or the regular steel ends novelty or steel tips. The silks are of an excellent grade and very durable. Fully Worth 15.00 ea. Special at 10.00 STORM UMBRELLAS (cotton) for men and women. 2.75 Ea. Special 11 . Arnold's Silks Highest Qualities Lowest Prices Value Sale Black Georgette Crepe 40 inches 3.50 3.00 Black Silk yoile 40 inches 3.50 3.00 Black Figured Taffeta (Imported) 36 irjehewide. . . . 5.50 4.75 Colored Dress Satin 36 inches 5.25 3.50 Fancy Satin Foulard 40 inches , 5.50 4.50 Striped Wash Silks 33 inches 4.00 3.00 Printed Georgette 40 inches 3.50 '2.75 Colored Georgette 40 inches 3.75 3.25 Colored Charmeuse Satin 40 inches 5.50 5.00 Special 12 Winter Bedding including a lot of While Blankets for clearance and Uco special items of Comfortables at remarkably low prices. White Blankets with pink or blue borders wool mixed. Value Now SINGLE BED SIZE 9.00 6.75 . U BED SIZE 10.50 8.00 FULL SIZE...... 15.00 12.75 Figured Silkoline Comfortables in dainty patterns cotton filled. Value 5.00 Now 4.35 Fine Silkoline Comfortables in floral and chintz effects plain and dotted mull borders to match cotton filled. Value 9.00 Now 7.95 Special 13 Handkerchiefs Women's Pure Linen Handkerchiefs in -all white with hand embroidered confers: also the newest colored novelties daintily hand embroidered. Very Special 50 Ea. Men's Fine French Handkerchiefs in sheer spun and medium weight linen. Regularly 225 to 3.50 ea. Now 1.95 to 3.00 Ea. Special 14 Apparel Reduced Wo men's and Misses' The Garments slated for clearance arc especially appropriate for present use and for various occasions during thtr Spring Season. The styles are distinctively individual and conservative enough to b: popular next winter, therefore, at the present low prices it would be wise to prepare for future needs because all indications of the advance markets point to a sharp increase both in materials and labor during the fall season of 1920. A Di8COUnt from present marked prices will be taken off as the models arc purchased, thus very substantial savings may be effected on .SUITS... 39.50 to 350.00 COATS 29.50 to 295.00 DRESSES 29.50 to 230.00 15 to be subtracted from abote prices. Special 15 Children's Coats (Broken Sizes) For Clearance a limited) number of small children's Winter Coats in sizes 2 to 5 years choice models in Broadcloth, Velveteen and Tweed. Formerly 12.75 to 45. 00 Clearance at 8.T5 to 32.50 Sizes 6 to 14 mode's in Cheviot, Tweed, Broadcloth and Sii vcrtone suitable for Spring wear and a good investment for next winter, when prices will be much higher. Formerly 15.00 up to 87.50 Clearance at 1 2.75 to 69.00 Special 16 Furs at Reductions Sealine Coats with Nutria collar. 30 inches long. Formerly 235.00 Now 211.50 Hudson Seal Coats 30 inches long Beaver collar and cuffs. Formerly 475.00 Now 427.50 Hudson Seal Cape attractive model. Formerly 595.00 Now 535.00 Nutria Coat 42 inches in length a fadfenable model cut on youthful lines well adjusted collar. Formerly 485.00 Now 436.50 Natural Squirrel Coat 36 inches in length. Formerly 650.00 Now 585.00 Kolinsky Wrap full length-a luxurious model of the finest matched pelts. Formerly 1575.00 Now 1417.50 Scarfs, Styles, Capes and Coatees in Volf, Hudson Seal, Mole, Skunk and Mink. Formerly 32 JO to 695.00 Now 29.25 to 625.50 . Special 17 1 . Table Cloths Heaw all Linen Damask Table Cloths size 68x68. 8.25 Ea. . f Heavy all Linen Satin Damask round scalloped cloths size 0 inches 9.75 E. Heavy all Linen double Damask Table Cloths size 72x72 inches. 12.50 Ea. Union .Linen (Linen and Cotton) Table Cloths in beautiful round designs less than wholesale pric:s iim 67x63 inches. 5.00 Ea.