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Concentration of the entire Oakland
manufacturing forces upon one chassis as
the foundation for several body models
has resulted in a value not equaled in the ^
present car market.
Touring Car. $1075. Roadster. $1076. Coupe, $1650.
Additional for Wire Wheel Equipment, $75. F. O. B.
Showroom, 1022 Connecticut Avenue
HARRY W. BURR
Washington Distributor HfMRTO
DISTRICT OAKLAND COMPANY
Mr Maryland, Virginia and West Virgin!!.'
1828 L St. N. W., Washington, D. C
Coca-Cola is a perfect
answer to thirst liiat no
imitation can satisfy.
Coca-Cola quality, recorded in
the public taste, is what holds
it above imitations.
Demand the genuine by full 'name?
nickname* encourage substitution.
The Coca-Cola Co.
Sold Everywhere ?j|
?6711 Feet Ml?
TbeHifcbestMoarrt&iD m Eastern America
(20 Mites East of Asbeville)
Many Attractive Resorts intbe Ooanfcws
]of Western flortbCarolin&
Average Elevation 2500Ft.Above Se& Level;
Insures Healthful aix1 Delightful Summer Climate
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QpctlundnedTbousand or More Visitors ?ofotbese
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Good hotels dvPd Bocvrdii7? Houses
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United States Railroad Administration;
Director General ?f R?ileo*4?.
SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINES
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FORM MN POST
Call It Belleau Wood, No. 1,
and Elect Miss Mabelle L.
i Musser Commander.
Belleau Wood Post, No. 1, of the]
American Legion, was the name se
lected by the "marinettes" at a meet
ing held last night in the concert hall
at the marine barracks, 8th and I
! streets southeast. The name was pre
sented by Mrs. A. E. Thompson, who
made a brief address, in which she
suggested that a departure be made
from the customary rule of naming a
post after some famous hero, and
choose instead a name which stands
pre-eminently ahead of all others in
the eyes of the world and in honor of
the 6.000 brave heroes and as a last
ing gratitude to those who fought and
died at Belleau wood.
Officers were elected during the
meeting to serve until the annual
meeting next fall. The result was as
follows: .Commander, Miss Mabelle
L. Musser; vice commander. Miss
Blanche Hurley, and adjutant, Mrs.
Elsie L. Sockrider. A finance officer
will be announced at a later date by
the commander, being an appointive
Col. E. Lester Jones, state com
mander of the American Legion, and
Lieut. Howard S. Fisk, U. S. N., state
adjutant, were present and made brief
addresses, outlining the work of the
post and assisting in the organiza
tion program. Col. Jones last night
? presented the charter to the post, fol
lowing the adoption of the name, Bel
leau Wood Post, No. 1.
List of Charter Members.
The charter was granted to the fol
lowing who signed the petition:
Mary Alta Williams. Irene Elizabeth
Tully, Lillian D. Werner, Willie C. j
Rudd&r, Florence M. Weldinger, Ouida
M. Okey, Mary A. Bresnan, Ethel M
Lewellen. Helen ifc Mull, Helen M i
Dunn, Ruth A. Spike, May L. O'Keefe,
Mary M. Fallon, Mildred A. Cowell,
Helen H. Neumark, Charlotte Tits
\iorth, Bess R. Dickerson, Margaret C.
McGoldrick, Blanche Hurley, Ruth
Haines, Jane F. Van Edslnga, Mae B.
Doyle. Alma Barker, Helen I. Priess,
Margaret C. Witticos, Ethel W. Sly,
E. L. Hedtler, Grace Clark, Philena
E. Gamage, Mary T. Hoye, Iaines
Ellvason, Violet Van Wagner, Kath
ryn N. Pldgeon, A. E. Thompson,
Sarah L. Jones, Jean Hansen, Lillian
M. Sawyer, Mildred A. Miller, Eliza
beth M. Shoemaker, Dorothy L. Robin
son, Dorothy F. Smith, Margaret L.
Powers, Edith D. Barton, LilMan C.
O'Malley, Frances C. Ahlum, Marie T.
Schlight, Rose Marcus and M. L. Folks.
Florence Gerther. Helen A. Roeder,
Ruth W. Sturm, D. M. Lingle, Blanche
Clarke. L P. Chamberlain, Wanda
Kurgan. Charlotte M. Duikwater,
Emma L. Baker. Margaret C. Krausjr,
Elizabeth B. Coxe. Mary A. Bliss.
Lillian E. Center, Frieda A. Frantz,
Mae E. Bennet. A. C. Bonntrel, Marg
aret C. Shaughnessy, Louise B. Wil
klns, Florence G. Wllkins. Ethel R.
Laneley, Bessie L. Schroeder, A. H.
Brown, E. F. Brown, Elsie M. Bep
pler. Alice M. Hodgkins, Daisy E. Ti
tus, Clare M. Donaghy. Marie Covert,
Mabel H. Whltesides, Bessie M. Smith,
Elizabeth Gunn. Jennie Cayia. Alma
M. Colclazer, Elsie L. Sockrider, Opha
M. Johnson, Hazel L. Stimson, Ger
trude Toogood Lowen, Harriet R. Pur
vis. Esther M. Keller, Leola A. Hop
kins and Eleanor Burgess.
Sybil Davis. Carel M. Hasson, Edna
E. Lee, Mabelle Leland Musser, Irene
B. Hutchins, Ethel Washburne. Eliza
beth N. Johnson, Rose L Beall, ?usan
M. Croop. Alice-M. Broadwater, Eunice
E. Watson, Marjorie Middleton, Judy
Arnold, Carolyn C. Elsesser, Alma J.
Oman, Marie A. Gardiner. Carrie L
Linking, Gladys Thomas, Anna A.
Sheldon. Henrietta A. Wheatley, Elsie
M. Plnney, Minnie E. Wright, Clara L
Millington. Mae C. Rei??. Mae H.
Bums, Fanny E. Lalcock, Louise A
Davey, Sara V. Buckley. Anna N.
Ryan, Carrie E. Kenny. Elva D. Bitt
ner, Ethel M. Baer, Ingrid Jonassen,
Irene E. H. Bpone. Olive M. Bond,
Charlotte E. Muir and Sara J. Macias.
Capt. Howard M. Peter. U. S. M C
Junior vice commander of George
Washington Post, No. 1, called the
meeting to order, and, after explain
ing the object of the meeting, turned
the meeting over to the newly elected
officers. The new post has approxi
mately ISO members enrolled up to
BUI CUT 1120.000.Mfl
Measure, Reported Today to House,
Carries Ho Provision for
As reported to the House today the
1920 Navy appropriation bill carries
a total of $601,500,000, a decrease of
$375,000,000 from the estimates sub
mitted by Secretary Daniels and
$120,000,000 less than the amount car
ried in the bill as it passed the House
last session. One of the principal
items is an appropriation of $133,
000,000 for continued construction of
the 1916 shipbuilding program. No
new construction is authorized.
Changes in Enlisted Strength.
The bill provides for a temporary
enlisted strength of 241,000 men until
October 1; 191,000 to January 1, and
170,000 for the remainder of the fiscal
year, with a generous Increase in pay
of enlisted men from $17.60. to $32.50
a month. The authorized number of
enlisted men tn the Marine Corps Is
temporarily Increased from 17,400 to
27,400 to enable a force of 10,009 to be
retained fpr duty in Europe.
Amount for Aviation.
The appropriation for aviation was
I reduced from $45,000,000 to $16,000,.
000. The committee explained that
this amount was Intended only for
the maintenance of the present naval
air service until a definite policy for
future expansion could be deter
The measure will be considered by
the House tomorrow.
NEW PEAS, $3 A BARREL,
FEATURE OF THE MARKET
| New peas at $3 a barrel, wholesale,
: were the outstanding feature of to
1 day's marketing guide for Washing
ton consumers, issued by the bureau
of markets. Department of Agricul
Ten days ago, the report says, tho
same produce sold at $10 a barrel. Ke. i
i tailers, according to the report, are i
j asking from 10 to 15 cents a quarter i
i peck for them.
Strawberries still are abundant In
the local markets, according to the
report, as are lettuce, rudishes, white
potatoes, cucumbers, cabbage, green
beans, tomatoes and lemons.
The report says trout of excellent
quality are plentiful on the local mar
ket, at prices ranging from 6 to 15
cents a pound, according to sise and to
whether or not the flsh are cleaned.
Normal supplies are on hand of
cherries, asparagus, kale, onions,
oranges, banana*, spring onions,
spinach and raspberries; while sweet
potatoes, peppers, apples, celery, rhu
barb. new potatoes, grapefruit and
peaches are- scarce.
Permanent Hair Waving
By expert attendants. Marcel
?waving:. Special treatment for
the scalp. Swedish massage.
These are several of the spec
ialized services of the Personal
Service Shop. Cool and private
rooms. Appointments made by
Personal Service Shop, Second floor.
Open 9:15 A.M.
Close 6 P.M.
Back Up the Boy Scouts
It moans a better race and a
stronger nation. A nationwide
campaign for a million Associ
ate Members is being conducted
this week. Washington must
do its part. .Make your applica
tion today. $1.o0 or more is the
foe. Checks should be made
payable to If. L.. Rust, Treas
urer. McGill Building:.
Friday a Day of Unusual Remnant Offerings
The season having- advanced far enough to permit of our regular stock clearing process, affecting some of the late arrivals of desirable
summer materials, there will be placed on our remnant tables tomorrow, apparel and furnishings for men, vvoni^n and children, as well a*
various furnishings for the home, all bearing the Green .Remnant Tag, which means substantial reductions in price on all goods found to hr
soiled, of odd sizes, broken lots, short lengths or slightly damaged, thereby enabling us to keep our regular stocks clean and <>t" a very highTv
Remnant Day Merchandise not returnable, not sent C. O. D.
or on approval, and no mail or phone orders accepted.
Friday Reductions in Women's Apparel
A clearance of spring and summer models in tricotine,
moire, taffeta, satin, paulette, serge and novelty materials.
Price reductions as follows:
$39.50 for Wool Suits that were to $60.00
$49.50 for Wool Suits that were to $So.oo.
$75.00 for Silk Suits that were to $95.00.
$?5.00 for Silk Suits that were to $110.00.
$110.00 for Silk Suits that were to $145.00.
Also the following-:
4 Black Serge Suits, sizes 34, 40, 44, 46. $17.50 each ; were $34.50.
3 Black Serge Suits, sizes 34, 35, 38. $24.50 each; were $50.00.
1 Khaki Norfolk Hiking Suit, size 36. $13.50; was $20.00.
1 Oyster Linen Riding Habit, size 42. $17.50; was $25.00.
Women's Apparel Section, Third floor.
Friday Reductions in Women's Dresses
A clearance of some attractive black-and-white and navy-and
white dotted voile dresses, the season's latest style interpretations.
Reduced to $10.50
Also the following:
A *mall lot of taffeta and satin dresses; black, navy, Copenhagen,
gray and rose. $15.75 each; were to'$29.50.
1 Gray Chiffon Dinner Gown. $39.50; was 65.00.
1 Black-and-White Chiffon Gown; size 42. $87.50; was $95.00.
1 Corn Color Chiffon Gown. $75.4)0; was $110.00.
1 Green Chiffon Evening Gown. $75.00; was $105.00.
Woman's Apparel Section, Third floor.
Women's Capes, Coats and Wraps
A clearance of new-season models in serge, tricolette,
Bolivia cloth, velvet, satin, duvetyn and combinations of silk
and popular cloths. Price reductions as follows:
$19.50 for Capes that were to $30.00.
$24.50 for Capes that were to $30.00.
$34.50 for Capts that were to $55.00.
' $39.50 for Capes that were to $65.00.
$49 .50 for Capes that were to $75.00.
$89.50 for Capes that were to $10^.00. I
$125.00 for Capes that were to $175.00.
Also the following
1 Black Serge Coat, foulard lined throughout; size 38. $19.50;
1 Motor or Steamer Coat, size 38. $19.50; was $45.00.
1 Fine Black Gabardine Coat, half-lined in black satin: size 38.
$22.50; was $45.00.
1 Bronze Shade Top Coat, green satin lining throughout: size
38. $27.50; was $55.00.
1 Navy Bolivia Coat, silk lined throughout; size 36. $55.00;
1 Navy Tricotine Coat, handsomely embroidered. An imported
model. $75.00; was $125.00.
1 Black Leather Coat, full length. $75.00; was $90.00.
Women's Apps#el Section, Third floor.
Friday Reductions in Silk Skirts
Black T?fFeta Skirts with two pockets, finished with three folds
deep hem; wide belt.
Silk and Wool Poplin Skirts, in blue, bdack, ta-ffeta and brown:
deep yoke with pleated panel front and back.
Also the following:
1. French Blue Evora Cloth Skirt; size 26 belt; $1H.54>; was $2i.50.
1 Purple and White Striped Satin Skirt; size 30~taell_; SIS: was $30.
1 Rose and White Satin Skirt; size 27 belt; $17.50; was $3".00.
Skirt Section. Third floor.
Friday Reductions in
7 Misses' Blue Serge and Poplin Suits, box and blouse models,
some with contrasting waistcoats; sizes 16 years. Were $25.00 and
Reduced for Clearance to $12.50 Each
8 Misses' Suits, Navy Serge. Tweed and Tan Tricotine; box, semi
box and belted models. Were $39.50 to $49.50.
Reduced For Clearance to $25.00 Each
1 Yoemanette's Navy Serge Separate Coat; size 16. Reduced
4 Ail-Wool Navy Poplin Skirts, gathered backs; belts anil pockets.
95.00 each; Were $9.75.
3 Misses' Dolmans. Taupe Velour. Pekin Jersey and Navy Silver
tone. $25.00 each; were $39.50 and $45.00.
5 Velour and SHvertone Wraps, dolman and rape styles, in Pekin,
Henna and Beaver; exquisite materials and ideal for Hummer resort
wear. $35.00 each; were $59.00 to $65.00.
Mioses' Apparel Section, Fourth floor.
17 White Jean Middies. lace and regulation styles, slightly soiled;
sizes 6, 8. 10 and 17 years. $1.75 each; were $2.25 to $2.75.
4 Middies, regulation models, white with navy serge collar and
cuffs; slightly soiled; size 8 years. $2.50 each; were $3.75.
4 Girls' Gingham Dresses, blue and green plaids with pique col
lars; ornamented with handwork; sizes 8, 10 and 12 years. $2.50 each;
9 Girls' Slip-on Sweaters, fine wool purled at the waistline; combi
natoin coral and green, and green and darker green; sizes 8, 10 and
12 years. $1.05 each; were $5.00.
2 Juniors' Dresses, dark plaid gingham, trimmed with plain color
gingham; sizes 14 and 16 years. $2.05 each; were 15,?3.
3 Girls' Jap Smocks, cadet blue jean, vf-ith Jap hand-embroidered
panels; sizes 18 and 18 years. $2.05 each; were $6.50.
Girls' Apparel Section, Fourth floor.
Friday Special in
Lisle Thread Combination Suits
25 dozen Women's Jersey Ribbed Lisle Thread Combination Suits,
low neck, sleeveless, lace trimmed umbrella drawers. 75c each' regu
larly $1.25. ,
40 dozen Women's Swiss Ribbed Cotton Vests; low neck; sleeve
less, all sizes; 25c quality, 21c each. 5 for $.100,
And the following:
27 Women's Imported Swiss Ribbed Lisle Thread Vests, low neck
sleeveless, hand crochetod fronts; siaes 5 and 6. $1.05 each: were $1.5o'
30 Women's Jersey Ribbed Lisle Thread Combination Suits- low
neck, sleeveless, tight fitting knee drawers; sizes 34 and 36, 50c each;
were 75c. Knit Underwear Section, Third floor'.
4 Green Fiber Sweaters, with
braided white collar and cuffs;
two size 40, one 42, one 4 4. $10.00
each: were $16.00. ??.
1 Nile Heavy Wool Sweater, with
brown angora collar; size 38, $H.75i
was $12.75. " /
1 Rose Wool Sweater, with deep
collar that can be made high or
low necked; size 42. $M.75| wai
2 Hunter's Green Velour Coat
Sweaters, with green and while
striped collar and belt; size 38.
$5,041 each; were $14.75.
1 Coral Shetland Wool Sweater,
with roll collar and turn-back
cuffs; purled at the waist line; size
40. Imperfect. $:i.7B| was $5.i5.
Friday Special in
Black Silk Petticoats
An exceptional offering of Black
Taffeta Silk Petticoats, neatly fin
ished with tucked flounce#,
lengths 34 and 3B. .
Specially Priced, $3.50
fv11Iront S'M-tlon. Third floor.
1 Gray Net Scarf, decorated with
gray beads and spangles. $13.50;
1 Gray Net Scarf, with blue and
fire gold thread embroidery. $1.1.54);
I Klack Chiffon Scarf, hem
stitched ends and white polka dot
embroidery. $1.50| was $3.50.
3 White Georgette Chemisettes,
Dutch neck style with white satin
collar. $1.00 each; were $2.50.
25 Waistcoats, odds and ends.
In yellow, old rose, Copenhagen,
purple and sand. $1.00 each; were
$1.50 to $4.50.
25 Striped Vestees. lavender,
'blue or yellow effects. $1.50 each;
were $2.25 to $3.00.
1 Rose Point Yoke and Collar.
$25.001 was $50.00. _.
1 Point Veniso Yoke. $5.00i was
Neckwi'nr Hi'ction. Flrwt floor, j
Gowns of isoo'd cambric, high
neck. long-sleeve styles with
tucked yokes and ruffle trimming
around neck and sleeves. Specially
Long White Cambric Petticoats,
with deep flounces of allover em
broidery. Specially prrce'd. $1.00.
Ltnrerii' Section. Third floor.
500 yards White Skirting, neat
stripes ; 89c yard ; was 75c.
Whit* Ooods* Mention, Second floor.
Little Tots' Wear
8 Little Tots' Wool Slip-on
Sweaters: green, rose and yellow;
made with V necks and sailor col,
lars. *2 each; were $3 and $3.50.
24 Little Tots' Gauze Shirts,
slightly soiled; size 6. 15c each;
24 Infants' Cotton and Wool
Bands, medium weight, slightly
soiled. 25o each; were 60c.
6 Handmade Pillowcases, scal
loped around the edge and llnished
with hand-embroidered sprays,
size 13x17. $1.50 each; were $2
Infanta' Section. Fourth floor.
Friday Specials in
Voile and Swiss Negligee
A small lot of Negligee* in white
striped and dotted voile or Swiss;
some all white, others with colored
designs; straight and belted styles,
with and without collars.
Specially Priced, $2.95 to $3.95
Lingerie Section. Third floor.
Cotton Dress Goods
50c, 38-inch Printed Voiles, 40c
58c, 38-inch Printed Voiles, 45c
68c, 38-inch Printed Voiles, 50c
75c, 38-inch Printed Voiles, OOe
$1.00, 38-inch Printed Voiles. 75e
50c, 32-inch Ginghams, 40e yard.
75c, 32-tnch Ginghams, 50c yard.
$1.25, 32-inch Ginghams, #1.00
36c, 36-inch Percales, 30o ydrd.
58c Japanese Crepe, ^5c yard.
OrewB Goodw Section. Kcrond floor.
Friday Special in
Flesh Corsets n
A comfortable, lightly boned
corset for summer wear, of flesh
batiste or a figured fabric, low
bust; medium long hip.
Specially Priced, $3 Pair
All-over lace, fastening at the
back; with ribbon or lace straps
over the shoulders.
Specially Priced, 75c
Also the following:
4 Modart Corsets, white coutil. medium
bust, long hips, walohn boning; sizes 21,
S3 and 34. $8.50 pair; were $5.00.
2 Bon Ton Cornets, white coutil. medium
low bust, long hips; size 30. $2.00 pair;
Corset Section, Third floor.
Friday Special in
Striped Tub Silk Blouses
? Sixty Tailored Blouses of tub silk in various combination
stripes, high and low neck styles, well-assorted sizes. Regularly
- Specially Priced, $2.95
Also the following:
4 Black Georgette Blouses, the last of a line from regular stock;
two size 34. two 36. $2.05 each; were $5.75.
15 Silk Blouses, white, flesh and black georgette: flesh satin: and
fancy-striped taffeta; one or two of a kind; twojsize 34, ten 36. two 40.
one 42. $3.4)5 each; were $5.75 and $6.
33 Plain?or Striped White Madras Blouses, tailored with high and
low necks; two size 34. eleven 36. four 38, one 40. six 42, four 44. five 46.
$2.05 each; were $3.95.
IS Lingerie Blouses, linen. India linen and batiste, taken frorp regu
lar stock: two size 34. three 36. three 3S, two 40, two 42. two 44. five 46.
$3.85 each; were $4.50 and $5.75.
Blouse Section. Third floor.
Stout Women's Suits
Reduced to $25.00 Each
Thise suits have been reduced from much higher prices, up to $62.50
and are tailored and designed especially for the stout woman. Each con
tains some slight defect which is hardly noticeable, but prevents us
from selling it as a perfect suit. Not returnable.
1 Blue Serge Suit, braided; size 42S.
2 Gray Mixture Tweeds; size 39.
1 Gray Mixture Tweed; size 41.
2 Gray Mixture Tweeds;,size 46.
1 Gray Mixture Tweed; size 50.
Stout Women's Blouses
Reduced to $3.50 Each
White and Flesh Crepe de Chine and India Wash Silk Blouses; four
size 50, two 48. Subject to slight defects. Were $5 each.
Special Size Apparel Section. Third floor.
Women's Brown Pumps
Reduced to $4.75 Pair
A lot of Women's Brown Calfskin Pumps comprising several good
models and most popular styles. In the selection are pumps with plain
toes, wing and diamond tips; low. Cuban or Spanish heels: welt soles.
Sizes in Cuban and Spanish
AA-4'j. 5, 5?i, 6. 6'
A?3. 3fe, 4. 4%i. 5. C.
B?3, 3Uj, 4, 4U. 5. (,.
C?3. 4. 4?j, 5, 5' .,
Sizes in Low-Heeled Pumps
AA?4fe, 5, 5bs,J, 6H
A?4. 4 Vi, 5. 5'/i, 6. 6^
B?3H, 4,"4V4, 5, 5U,.
C?3. 3%. 4, 5.
. D?3. 3%. 4, 4?4, 5. 6.
Shoe Section, Third floor.
D?3, 3U, 4, 5 4,
Curtainings and Draperies
25% yards Sunfast Madras, an
attractive black-and-gray foliage
design; 50 inches wide. ?5c yard;
3 bolts Colored Marquisette, 1
bolt each blue, green and brown:
a barred design that will make
an artistic and durable summer
drapery. 35e yard; was 50c yard.
39 yards Sunfast'Madras, black
and-white ground with a sot<.,y
toned rose-and-green figure; very
dainty and a wonderful value; 50
Inches wide. 65e yard; was $1*5.
A large assortment of Printed
Voiles, Ginghams and Percales.
Cretonnes and Other Drapery and
Upholstery Materials, Curtain
Voiles, Scrims and Nets.
V4 to V3 Less Regular Prices
Lace Edfei ngs
Several hundred yards of white
and ivory lace edgings for trim
ming curtains; garments and
fancy work. Average width, one
inch. Was 10c yard.
Reduced to 5c Yard
Curtain Section, Fifth floor.
Friday Reductions in
A small lot of ready-m**
doors, with heavy framr
varnish finish, and good
ing. Excellent doors, ?.?u
imperfect, having been
in handling. Bring yobr
Were $3.00 and $5.00 each.
Reduced to $1.75 and $3.00 Each
Upholstery Section, Fifth floor.
Friday Special in
Have a eolore<l_*initial in the
corner of your handkerchief to
match your summer, sports cos
tume and the sheer voile frock.
Thts offering includes a choice of
dainty colored initials on a good
quality white handkerchief.
Box of Six, 90c
Handkerchief Section. First Door.
Special for Friday
Indian Head Cloth
1,000 yards 36-inch Indian Head
Cloth, in short lengths of 2 to 12
30 Cents Yard
"Indian Head" is the best sub
stitute for linen, for dresses, middy
blouses and children's clothes, and
there is no doubt in our mind that
this is the best time \to buy at
White Goods Section, Second floor.
7 House Dresses, of plain blue
i hambray or pink striped ging
ham; buttoning down the front;
pique collar and cuffs: three-quar
ter sleeves: sizes 34, 38, 40. 92.1)3
each: were $3.50 and $4.50.
10 Gingham House Dresses, plaids
and stripes in blue, grefen and red
plaids. and black - and - white
stripes: finished v?'ith white collars
and cuffs: sizes 34, 36. 42. 44. 46.
$.1.1)5 each: were S5.00 and $5.50.
3 Striped Gingham House Dresses,
brown, blue and pink stripes: neat
styles with vestees. long sleeves
and white collars; sizes 40, 42, 46.
$4.9.1 each; were $6.50.
House Dress Section, Third floor.
One lot Gilt Swinging Frames;
size 6x8; SOe each; were $1.25.
Picture Section, Fourth floor.
2 Suits, light gray tweed; 'i
alpaca lined, soft front, natural
shoulders; sizes 3t? and 39; reduced
to 3F2T.RO each
1 Suit, young men's double
breasted model, plain green color;
faded from window display; sixe
37: reduced t<?
1 Rubberized Raincoat, size 34;
reduced to 1M.WI.
1 Suit, \oung men's single
breasted, pinch ?'hack model.
lined* tan QOtor, Billy I pattern,
size 31; reduced to ?0.7!V.
Men's Store. Main floor.
Friday Special in
Naval Officers' White
White Duck ?Y>ats and Pants,
regulation commissioned officers'
coats in single breasted style with
military collar; well-made and
thoroughly pre-cold-water shrunk.
C. P. O. double-breasted coat of
sam*' good quality whit* duck.
Well-tailored garments that are
exceptional at the price.
Special J Coat, $4.50
I Trousers, $3.50
M*n*? Store. Main floor.
21 short lengths of Fine Shirting
Madras, such as used in custom
shirt making; lengths 14 to 3
yards; S.V yard; were 85c and
54 pieces Men's Fine Open-mesh
Lisle Thread Underwear; shirts
short sleeves, size 40; drawers
ankle and knee lengths, size 3ft;
5<>e each; were $1.50.
72 pieces Men's Plaid Nainsook
Underwear; athletic coat shirt.
size< 38, 40. 42 and 44; knee
drawers, sizes 38. 40, 42 and 44; Wlr
each; were 75c.
81 pairs Men's Kxtra Fine Silk
and Lisle Mixed White Socks, made
with triple woven heels and toe*
and double soles; sizes 9^. 10, 10*v,
SOe pair; were 75c.
60 Men's Wash Four-in-hand
Ties, madras and cheviot, white
grounds with colored figures: 25e
each; were 50c.
33 Men's Muslin Night Shirts,
plain white, V neck style; size 16;
slightly mussed from handling; 95e
each: were $1.50 and $2.00.
17 Men's White and Colored Out
ing Flannel Night Shirts; some
have collars, others V neck; sizes
15 and 16: slightly soiled; 91.1S
each; were $2.oo.
M^n's Stor??. Main floor.
Boys' Khaki Knickerbockers, a
small lot. made of Government
standard khaki: broken siz*s 7 to
19 years. Specially priced. IIJW
Boys' Wash Suits, a small lot of
middy and junior Norfolk models,
sizes 2, 3. years only. Reduced
to 91.2ft each.
Boys' Middy Blouses, a small lot.
size -4 years only. Reduced to pTm
Boys' Pajamas, a smfcll lot. sizes
6. 8. 10 years only. Reduced to
Boys' Khaki Flannel Shirts and
Blouses, and Black Sateen Shirts;
a small lot in broken sizes. Re
duced to ?Th* each.
Boys' Bathing Suits, a small lot.
sizes 6 to 12 years only. Reduced
to 91.15 each.
Boy?* Section. Fourth floor.
Friday Special in
Women's Black Silk Hose
?Sixty dozen pair in this offering.
Women's Thread Silk Hose, black
only. full-fashioned. with lisle
garter top and sole.
Specially Priced, $1.65 Pair
Friday Special in
Fifty dozen pair Children's fine
Mercerized Lisle Socks. Mended;
Regularly 37*4c pair.
3 Pairs for 59c
Hosiery Section. First noor.
1 Imported Decorated China Chot
plate. 75e: was $2.00. ??
3 Richly Decorated Syrup Pitc^f^
ers. 35e. each: were 75c.
1 Handsomely Decorated Havfr
land China Gravy Tureen, slightly*
imperfect. yi.2tr?; was $7.50. m
2 Imported China Pickle or Spoon
Trays, prettily designed. 75r each, '
2 dozen Nippon China Dinner
Plates, richly decorated. *3.50 doJ^T.
en; were $6.75.
1 dozen Nippon China S
Plates, border and spray desidBC"
$2 50; were f5.50.
3 "Syrup Pitchers, on plates, rich
ly decorated. SSr each: were 7JC-, I
3 American Porcelain Covered .
Dishes neat border p.it^rn. sf??- "
each: were $1.95.
1 Kngli-ili Porcelain Salad BowJ.
neatly decorated. 25c; was 7ac. ?-?-"*
1 Kngiish Porcelain Small Size
Platter, decorated. .Vie- was $1.2*.
2 English Porcelain Covered
Butter Dishes. 7.%e each; were
1 Solid Brass Smoker's Stand**
91JM; was $2.95.
1 Mahogany Finished Nut Bow?T
with picks and cracker; slightly
imperfect. !W*e; was $1.75.
China N?*?ti??n. I ifth fl"?>r.
1 Large Oarhap*' l'aii sliphLllt?
dented. was $3.1.r>. ?^*
1 Galvanized Asii Can. slishlf^
imperfect. 92.10; was $4.00.
1 Oalvnnized Refrigerator I'an,?
sliclxtly damaged. .VOc; was S5c. *
1 Small Galvanized Wash Tub,
slisrhrly dented. 6Se: was $1.00.
1 9-KalIon Water Cooler, oak fin-,,
ished. porcelain lined: slightly im
perfect. Jjift.CO; was $11.50.
2 Cast Iron Racks, shopworn.
4?c each: were 60c.
1 Copper Bottom Wash Boiler,
slightly damaged. V2.00; was $3.75.
1 Brass Wash Board, slightly
damaged. 50c; was $1 15.
2 "Reliable" Hand-Power Wash
ing Machines. each; were
2 Wood Hose Reels. 50e each:
1 Canner. slightly imperfect.
92.75; was $3.75.
1 3-foot Stepladder. slightly inj
perfect. SI.OO; was $1.50.
5 Bamboo Handled Brooms,
slightly imperfect. each: were
3 Aluminum Rice Botlers, slight
ly damaged. #.">r each: were $1.28.
fi 5-pint Aluminum Sauce Pans.
Specially priced, NKe each.
12 Brooms. Specially priced, 68c
1 Basgfnet, without stand, slight
ly impt'rfect. *:M)0; was $4.50.
2 Scrap Baskets. 91.4)0 each;
Housefnrnishing Section. Fifth floor.
Friday Specials in
White Laundry Soap
Five hundred bars of White
Laundry Soap, splendid for laun
dry purposes, cleaning and dish
washing. Not less than 24 cakes
Specially Priced, 5c Bar *
Huusefurniahinff Section, Fifth floor. - ? jj