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3 DISTRICT BILLS I GET JIG SLEEP Action of House Committee, i Banning Report on More j Measures, Blocks Action. Three bills in which District resi dents are much Interested were sent to a lone sleep when the House li brary committee adopted a re so u tion today to report out no more bills at this session'. This action was taken in view ot the fact that present Congress will bo in session lor only four weeks more, and the li brary committee lias no further ca»l on the calendar. One of these measures is the reso lution introduced by Representative Phillip I’. Campbell of Kansas, at the request of the Mac far land Me morial Association, which desires to erect a memorial fountain to the for mer District Commissioner and civic leader on g’ovfcrnnieiit land in tnc. District at no expense to the gov ernment. . _ Another bill is fathered by Rep resentative Simeon D. Feaa of Ohio. It provides for an appropriation of 5150,000 toward the cost of a me morial building to commemmorate the tervices and sacrifices of the women of America In the world war. The plan is to erect this building on part of the site now occupied by the national memorial to the women of the civil war. which is the permanent headquarters of the National Ameri can Red Cross. The Fess bill provides that none, of the $150,000 contributed by the government shall be available until at least an equal amount has been secured by popular subscription, and that the title to this building shall remain in the United States govern ment, but that its maintenance and care will be assumed by the Ameri can Red Cross. The third District measure which is denied consideration is the Senate bill providing for erection at the cost of the government of a statue to Joseph J. Darlington, tho leader of the Washington bar. as a gift to the people of Washington. The site se lected for tho Darlington memorial statue is in Judiciary Square. HEARING ON PARKS MEASnWM Bill to Develop Playground Sys tem Has Widespread Indorsement. Thcie will be a hearing on House bill No. 13318, providing for the com prehensive development of the park and playground system of the National Capital, before the House committee on public buildings and grounds to morrow morning at 10:30. The bill was originally presented by the committee on parks and reservations of the Washington Board of Trade, and has been Indorsed by the Board of Trade, the Federation of Citizens’ Associations and a large number of the local citizens’ associa tions of the District of Columbia; also by the American Society of Landscape .Architects, the American Civic Asso ciation. the Monday Evening Club, the City-Wide Congress of Baltimore, the Governor of Maryland, the forestry bureaus of Maryland and Virginia and a great number of citizens Interested in park development. The hill is intended to provide for acquiring and reserving for park pur poses those areas covered with forest or otherwise desirable for proper, systematic and comprehensive exten sion of the National Capital park sys tem, Including the preservtalon of the water flow and the protection from pollution of Rock creek and nearby Tributaries of the Anacostla and Po tomac rivers; to promote artistic de velopment of roads and parkways, in cluding preservation of rtatural con tour of hills and valleys, and forest growths in and near tho District of Columbia, and check the destruction of such areas which is now bo rap idly proceeding. Tho bill provides for a permanent National Capital park commission, | authorized to select and acquire the lands needed for’such purposes and authorizes regular annual appropri ation of such sum. as Congress shall see fit each year, not exceeding a sum equal to 1 cent for each in habitant of tho continental United States; that three-fourths of the sum so appropriated shall be expended for acquiring land within the District of Columbia and the balance for acquir ing land outside the District by such agreement as may be arranged be tween the federal commission and proper authorities of Maryland and : Virginia, such agreements to be ap- j proved by the President. j The necessity for prompt action to prevent park destruction, now very I rapidly proceeding, is, It is urged, apparent to every one, and this bill ■is intended to provide a practical remedy. The present unprecedented hulld'-ig boom calls, it is claimed, for immediate action along this line. POLICEMAN 1$ HURT. Sergt- M. A. Rainey of the park police, residing at 111 2d street, wus- ! talned Injuries to hia right hip, ankle | and kneo today as a result of a collision between his motor cycle and a tour- j tng car driven by Raymond I* Sevan*. 303 E street, at Pennsylvania avenue and Madison place. The Injured sergeant was taken to Emergency Hospital, while Bevans was arrested and charged with colliding and pass ing a vehicle at an Intersection. Sergt. Rainey was able to go home otter receiving treatment. You'll make no mistake If yoa treat yoor backache with BAUMEBENGUfi (ANALOIfIOVI > Ease* quickly all stiffness and pain AtanyDrugStore—Keep a tube handy Tho*. Learning & Co., N. Y.. Aiee. Agents Have You Such a Picture 1 V V 20° yardT] We are anxious to secure . picture «f Market ij I tfVrt« Y %t rt 1| lllTll|l|lll C ““" > Space between 7th and Bth Streets as it appeared H l|llll|l|ll| V'l I I ■ I I B ■ ■ SO yards Black Satin Morocco Crepe. *340 yard! was in 1880. If you have such a picture will you- JT yards Brocade Crepe, in navy and brown. 88 yards Call or Phone Main 5300 . t . . „ _ I 60 yards Satin Duchess, in myrtle green and burgundy. I Advertising Manager Open 9*15 A*M* 10th, 11th , F and G Sts* Close 6 P«JII» T io yards Navy canton crepe, *3 yards was tm ™ ® t Silk Section, Second Boor. , ANOTHER BIG REMNANT DAY TOMORROW t-ji f —with many special February Sale Values included, as well as odds rebruary Clearance and ends at greatly lowered prices. Py+1 *3 Wtr TflT y rn f I Remnant Day Merchandise is not returnable or exchangeable; Lid- vJ-lllct 1 J |Arhp g not sent C. O. D. or on approval; no mail or phone orders accepted. __ / 17 Two-Trousers 12 Full-Dress Vests 600 pairs Women's Febrwry Clearance RcdUCtlOnS “Granite” Silk Hose 'teS, ! ,!Bl2 U »So‘S3ir rur , ,“ . , were S3O • siightiy* soiled; pique $1.25 pair testrst W omen s and Misses . „ „ . Uneven weave of our regular $1.90 qual- “»*• » te TV/, , ' JO single and double breasted iNdcri S and Yotlllg ity. They are offered in black, brown and Also these items: I 1 |&lf | A - Cl ddA" C I models, sizes 32 to 34. TVfpn'«! "Pfrso \X7/vr»T gray. 18 Wom *‘ n ’« «l«ve silk Vesta, Vn natural color; UIVV* V4V/A IJ Clllvf k/ U1 Id /w . men 5 rule WOOIOUIIS 6 : fancy weave; sizes 36, 38, 40, 42. ti.es each; were WOOI riouse coats etq nr 36 pairs Women’* Imported Lisle Sport* Ho*e, __ Reduced to $2.95 each w 4 S“*. J ‘ cqu l rd , Uik ripe ‘*~“ i »• ««• ,0 - Wwnens Fur-Trimmed Coats Were snerial even nr WCfC $35 and S4O ** P«*r; were $2.50. *3.50 pair, *7.50. Reduced to ss9Jsfl and *7^ WfC special even at Broken lot. of «». cmm- Various qualities of Women's Woolen Sport, Hand H U 7 ~ ' a , *IOX7I /V a. meres, worsteds and whip- Hose at greatly reduced prices. 36 *1 each, were. ts. ’ ’ . H a nds°me, deep-pile fabric models, trimmed with >0 rmc Llvercoats cords; regulars and stouts. Wc«en’« Hozlerr Section, First floor Womens Kolt t’nderwesr Section, Third floor. bCSt ,UrS tflC sea SOn. $19*75 7 Undergraduate Suits Silkon Underthinss ~TT7 n/ , D Women's Fur-Trimmed Suits- Were $35 and S4O Greatly Reduced to £ ilt V”£ m February Clearance Women s Pumps Reduced to $29*50 coats*witi/set-in f or raglan $7.75 each Tfzea^”l 44^'^rk, Knitted Wool (ind Oxfords Also several plain tailored models included at sleevesT Stain .Jd' pES Sl2cs 31 to 33. No '"Z s.trn tai- Apparel - th.spr.ee. <q j j j _ goorgette and lace; sizes se’lo Bhante« p W aj, «e?, a j $3*75 pair Tailored and Bloused Suits J 9 Undergraduate Overcoats * «**«*« * t M - 6spairsbiack.tanandpate.it Reduced to XI 9^n 7C* COA Our remaininHlb ’ n f w V ß St # *ob«nta.. with commie **.: *T s ‘olp'^d'* Scarf Set*. ,7%.’ 8* Fashioned of soft-finish fabrics, in black, navy tJur remaining stock of Good Dress Overcoats. edg*d with re*, met; *i»e s*. i*.4* *.ao enrh, were *3. 3,4, 4H b; 214. 3,3 c. and brown. Sizes 3- tO 36. Exceptional values. Prswer*, nt flesh color were "fa'v. er 32 pairs Oxfords, In black, tan lUficccsc?* X7 Moi s Clothes. Second floor. crepe de chine, lengths 23 sod 25. MAS Wnrer. cfc. and suede combinations; glzes 5. I IVIISSCS JT UIC OUItS pair; were *9. .penters, rau-n, 61* AAA; 414, 5. 614. 7. 8 AA ; 4 \ *n .<*-.< . >., cbS., g^.. < SS!r^u i TE.!S "Tea-Sko-.. « *»; » A;B;| Greatly Reduced to $19.50 Men’s Shoes Greatly Reduced, $3.45 pair BUk Underwear Sectlea. Third floor. I Jackets, each, j j c^ n anr j duvet de lainc—some handsomely fur -5 i Art Embroidery Section. Second w*_ . C |. trimmed; others smartly tailored. Small sizes. 22 pairs Men’s Black Tan Lace Shoes, English last, in these UMBRELLAS Boor ’ • evening £uppers Vlr . ♦ „ sizes: y 3, Syi, 9B; 7'/ 3 , 9C. s w.men>. coiorrd stik r»- Reduced to $2*35 MISSCS One-01-a-Kind OUItS 8. 10 2 C; P 6D. 8 * 954 A; 9B: 6 ’ SSBS * ,w; Because they .re .lightly Reduced to $29*50 and $39*50 soles 23 Sim 7 Me 7 "> It? n L B °y S Wear „ pair* and Remarkable values in our finest suits. B *’ VX c^: l£t’sdJ’Z 11 A ** «*• ’ -- B " r °sTz% r ; ITi : Misses' Winter Coats Hen* bhoe Section, Second floor. » Hot’, T»p«-edg« Piece Dy*d Cloth 31 13 14 15 lfi 1g veap ’ * B; 2’4. 3, 4 C; 3 D. 5 pairs *. _ TTmbrollu. with* sii T »r trimmed wo.d da'rrol’.m kinrx ‘ Gold Cloth Pumps, sizes 5 AAA; X4B XS9JjO X 75 h.ndle.; slightly msrred. *3.45 each; duerd to *10.75 rarh. 37 B; 2 u, c. 12 pairs Plain T| IT f F7 * f 0 W 7*i*m’. Pi*e* Dyed Cloth 17® lß°years , " < aShiced Black s . at ' n u °P^ sl * r>p *!7 ! ’ Greatly reduced prices on the remainders of our Men S P lITHf shtncxsi w«* dl r?. * llthtl7 " irmJ M pair. Boy K.ickerh Mk ; n : 3c ’ • A * 3 * 4B> W intßr Coats-fashioned of handsome deep-pile fab •• * wX* A•• I^JLaJL blue and mixtures* go o_. t _j f - ... . rics, in browns, ni\y snd bUck. * omc 3,re bestuti* 15 doseo pairs Men’s Vint, M fh.of.ur u. . . Umbrella Section. First floor. 10, 11. 14. 16. 16 years Reduced fawn, gray®*?* SS‘ Ifully trimmed with squirrel, beaver and wolf; others navy, cordovan and gray; Lire* cotton 7TZ __ " « Boy.’ Junior Size Overcoat*. ir: S V &! ” i WemM ‘' § * nd Mlws ' 00,1 ,nd Buit 6wtioo «- Thlnl floo '- 914 .to 11H. S pedal, 25c Ur. length 3 ’. 4 .” 5 ’ I® SST; SSfo m Fren ’ h I 26 pieces Men's Inderwears 3S, 40. 42, 44, 46. SS snlti were n , r , tures and plain colors. Reduced _ * Shirt* and Drawer*, of ribbed *4 and *5. Reduced tO sl*9s *° 87.75. Women* Shoe Section. Third floor. 3^£ Rdht £SiSntfii 2r3SSSisSi?SS Another Large Collection and Madras ii. uh. ifc wSS ’ ——— s \ rrSlrf^STr!??? Remnants and Short Lengths Sklrta, soft cuffs attached; neat ith ch _’ lt r£.™h tnar*-* _ * Olds’ and Juniors’ Velvet . , figiires and stripes; sizes 14 to 10 **en’a Silk Reefer*, in blue, wm JT? I. • j j eacn BUlt> Kedneed to *7.,5 Drosses, smart models In niw, Cretonne* Velvet* 16H- Reduced to *1.35 each. green and red mixed. *4 AO each: Hana-tL Ul OrOldC rCtt * mem ’ brown and green; sizes 7. 8. I*4. Sateen* Damask* Ve'otw Hat*, Ui***n*,n* Boy.’ Section, Fourth floor tireaOy reduced to *7AO Artificial Silk* R in black, green, gray, putty. 60 Men’* Woven Madras. Fruit- JapanCSC H-WtOHOS Curtain Net* Brocade* Ivory and bronze; sizes 6T» to of-the-Loom and Mercerized ~ . _ . _ _*_ -• 24 Glrtg Colored Chambray , 7?4. 82.85 each t were *5. Cotton Pajamas, stripes and SoeCl€ll*s2*9o & s3*9o Dresses, sizes Bto 14 year*. Varied other drapery and 22 Men’* Tan Leather Belt*, plain colors and wSUe; sllghtlv ** ** ft ill in n Hnhite nrtrl Reduced to Tse each. Silk* Upholstery fabrics— without buckles; sizes 28. 30. 34, mussed; small and medium sizes -V little special selling of these KMUUUS UIUI. 14 Colored Brushed Wool Hats, 1/ x 1/ T 39, 38. 40. OOc each* were *l. *2.15 eaeht were *3 and *4. Lovely Japanese Crepe Kimonos c . . . reduced to 05e each. y-z tO 72 E€SS 31 Black Kid Gloves, In small 31 Men’s Outing Flannel for tomorrow. Exceptional val- jKirtS r ? } Bru»hed Wool T»m». fray, rose, Drzoerv Bection ritth floor sizes; suitable for women; no Night Shirts, In white and 60l- ues. too. at these prices. Choose re lir“cPEa, 46o . Drapery BecUon. rtuh floor, sizes larger than 7%. 05c palm ors; sizes 15, 16, 17. *1.55 each; from rose, light blue, copen and 1 Riding Habit*, in oxJord mode.*- reduced to dre ** were mneh higher. were *2 and *2.50. lavender. Embroidered In con- gr*y and tan; belted and straight 6 Wool Flannel Middles in rre*n and ““7 — , Furniture and Beds *n Another Sale Manufacturer s Sample i 9 House Dresses each: were *SO. ® 2 ® ,C * Ih mtt; al^ D R». ?2 d DCnCDDCAnc Reduced to $2*65 each At greatly reduced prices Checked and plaid gingham sl , *T^ch. n,UIB ®’ *°’ 31 ’ ***** * - „ ... • » R- * * . I iVkJd kl-'V/ house dresses—some trimmed 6 Signet Wool and Tweed * To effect quick disposal ; offered 3S IS SUDJCCt tO slight _ , _ _ _ with a contrasting color; in pink, Sklrta. in black, gray and navy. Girl*’ Section, Fourth fl*or. crarc damqoeq nr imnrrfprtions • hut wonderful valnrq at I/. j f / T blue, green, lavender, and black 87.P5 each; were *lO and *ls. SC3rs, OamagCS Or imperiCCUOns , DUt MOnaeriUi tallies at , •V'y TA I /7QQ and white. Sizes 36, 38, 40, 42,44. 6 Skirts, In velours and tweeds thCSC lOW priCCS. / IV/ / MVtfd House Dress Section, Third floor. sports shades. Reduced to *3.95 r ♦..* /if , 1 Ivory Bedroom Chair. *5.75 1 was BILSO. each. Little Children S I Decorated Ivory Bedroom Chair. *8.75: was $lB, Now sl, $1.25, $1.50, $2 to $9 v ,J Jn ? er ?t u f ,in * , "" Wearables J _ i , 30 Envelope Chemise, camisole 25 Wool Sweater Suits, odd 1 Fumed Oak Flutab Wardrobe. *18.75; waa *38.50. Every SO often this manufacturer of Hiuh-urade Bed- i!*. a /o f^ d Zi r b IT/ 5 V>l size*. Reduced to salt. 1 Combination Mahogany Double Bed. Special, *24.75. 1 , • , , • , , ,® ° . . .rlmmlngs. size* 40 to 44. 95c ff OfftPfl S BIoUSCS 11 Wool Sweaters. In copen. 1 Combination Mahogany Twin Bed, Queea Anne Style. Special, spreads lets us have his samples which have become slightly e » ph » **««■ Bi.so. ° tan , re d an d navy; sizes 2,4, 5. *i».75. soiled at prices much less than usual That’s the “Whv” 1 r,r ß Lingerie Waists, varied col- f 2 -® 5 each; were *3.95. 1 Mahogany Sewing Cnbtnet. *11.75; was *18.75. °; VT y" 111 us > udl - -mats tne wny lored or lace trimmed; In white orß . sizes 34 to 40 Ms 18 Silk Princess Slips. In blue. 1 Combination Mahogany Dressing Table Bench. *11.76; was of these remarkable values tomorrow. 00,0 r«: lengths 27 and 29. were $1 ,5 rD ’ pin k ajid white; sizes 2,4, 6 *22050. . Ttiy are .1] perfect, ont laundering r,stor« “» filskrok& «>M -u. aW* w.Uh «rt 2 ... S; Ml their freshness. ild.- wl£l t *i ; iil ' B 38 10 42 ‘ 8,0 tn^l^^filtf^nV’^aza* 1 B, i£ B Wc eoehl were higher priced. 1 Combination Mahogany Living Room Bench. *11.75; wa* *2350. Crochet Spreads, for single or double beds. **n ! of fin. r.aln«, ok and were ,103 V 5 '*19.75 , f !^ Satin-finish Spreads, scalloped, cut-out corners; for single and 15. ‘Ta. 17. 6 lUduSid T to t *i m iS'* d *lu) “ W * : ?'7 h,d *e *« W ’” ,, ?‘ Svcke. of ch»mhr»», eeme, ton 3 Tnpe*try Seat Armchairs. *18.75 each; were *25 n*d *27.50. double beds. < Mueiin Underweer Section. Third floor. *5 .nfl ° U d he ,ot ‘ * 2 95 ** Ch ’ Woomere: eiie* 2to 3 years. $3.»5 1 Combination Mahogany End Table. *14.75; was *25. Satin-finish Bed Sets, scalloped cut-out corners; spreads and * 7 ceiorod cwkod oin*h*m Bmochi. Moh: ****’ X Combination Mahogaay End Table. *10.45; was *3«. shams to match. /-.».» 1 - , „ *ire. 34 . 38. jaws each; were *8.76. Children’* Beotian, Fourth floor. , wJ»i- 1 L^ n l!r 0r 88£5 each 1 were *lO. Set* and Separate Spreads in colors; a limited quantity only; Children sW 00l Sports | h^ d * Vi 4.75, wm. *24.75. in pink, blue and gold. Double-bed Size. „'l W T*ri*d attnrtlre «tyl-e; elios 36. 38. 1 Child’s White Enamel Crib, with link springs. 05.75; was *14.75 Bedwrar Section, Second floor. SOCKS, Special, tDCPC * 40 42. |S.9S each; were »ASO, $5.76 r***A J J/ ,l “ s, »r Metal Bed. watnat flatsh. *10.75; was *18.50. crtrveVTT'T 25 do *«n pairs Rocks with fancy “« M*tt »nd T*n Striwd Tailorod Silk COrSCtS and ifrOSSlCreS 3 Simmons Ivory Double Beds. *7.06 each; were *ls. 1(J WELS vuft tor> *- in brown, navy, tan and 812uw.7 “c, T Jf M M T „*.„*-„,l 1 P * ir **l Beds. *37.50 pair, w«a *SO. XV/ W LtLAJ _ black: sizes 6,7, 7%, 8. 9,9%. 10; each; were *6. rriCC LOWCrCd Furniture Section. Sixth floor. 15 dozen 25x45 Extra Heavy Bath Towels, sold in lots $1.25 pa.it-. 8 J Bro T n . s * tln s Modart Front-laced Cnreet* of 6. $4.50 half dozen; were $6. ’ . r*B'n*lrm!* I *l. H °** “Z* “° h ' .izea M.*26. 34°oniy“'f7^0°e“ t * :1 20 dozen Fancy Bath Towels, colored silk borders; just 35 pair* whiteVottoD Ho«e. 88 to *ls. T?pdiir*f4 T7phrttai»ir slightly imperfect. 50c each; were sl. eiizhtiy «,iied- rt*e» 8. s%. », »%. ue 1 nCSC KeaUCed rCDfUaTy OdlC FfICCS On W. ZT*' Bl,h M *"’ Si " £oUed “ 4 n« . SWEATERS TffiCn. I? FJOTT ^ C ~ || | Bw. I L W UUILI itO nrmrt nrmrmnn weaves; orchid and white: sizes 2 Binner models, sizes 27, 28; 3 “ A V/ 20 dozen 10-inch Scalloped-edge Doilies, in blue, rose, PUPS REDUCED 36 x^L 42 ’ eaCh * 23; i aJ FTanco n mo I dei.%fie 8 22' S Bon ' r\tt o t? • 1v 1 _ gold and brown, on white. 6 for 40c; were 75c. , scotch Mole Coat. 40-lnch. * JL,^^3B^oJ T °m ZLll OfICT SOIHC Exceptional VaiUCS TomOTTOW 2o dozen 6-inch Scallopcd-cdgc Doilies, in the same col- beautifully lined Greatlv went aa.75 . 80 Handsome Brassieres, great- „ _ . _ . „ ° rin^ne„^n^ e str 37%C * (dyed \Y7T4TTF «t)%ISS ?lria , rs?z n et , 36° , to h 4 a ? dS<>ni6 ma - 2 9x12 Seamless Wilton Rags, two-tone sand. $57250 each; \Af ni ACt UUv/L/u platinum fox chin collar. j ng - shade; sizes 36, 38, 40. Re- 11 Cambrto Brassieres, sizes were SBO. “ Longcloth, 10 yard, ,o .hi pile. lu. JS JS m*. C-. &*“ "* T* «cht S gS,™* W “ ,,,n V " Ve< P '" ia ” d ' Si *" S ’ S.rip.d ,„d Do.t.d Swi ss , soiled, me ~’* .'SSTJSS’*£** * R °*’’ »* vard- wa* much hioher nHcesL Set T * n ®* Fox Pur*, for a IS Bnulud Wool Slip-ons, In tan, 2 garters attached. Sizes 82 to 88CI1, were >6O. K ?*cS?d4 Muskrat Fur BW ~ t,r B * Ct, °°’ floor 8 • Ctl0,, • “ W Axmluster Rug*. *37.50 each, were *52.50. _ 2* * B* l2 Klearllax Ruga, *35 each, were *45. .f T-a < f « 1 TMd". Ph«l Pnr 1 oxlo.o Imported Chenille Rug. *AS; was *BS. Greatly Reduced Prices gloves specua-so Extra she i ioj r^^^-*!^. / Fur Section, Third floor. n , 1 lot Door Mats, *1.06 each. China, Glassware* Pottery. Baskets Petticoats, $3.45 each 7>rt « /-VJJ . _ , , , . - SmnkiwtJf >lccj>««nrijuc *l»e* 5%, 614, 7,7%. sa.a pair; Cotton-top Petticoats, with 4 patterns Beat quality Printed Linoleums. Special, Ssc square Odds and Ends; some imperfect, but exceptional Dmu King accessories were *4. changeable taffeta flounce*; in yar*. __ j _ _r 3 Wicker Smoking Stands, 7f polio Women’* Two-cl»*p OUoa gray, brown, violet, green and Eu* Section, Sixth floor, savings, and a variety Ot wanted items trom wnicn with colored ABh trays. 94 each; Ol®r®s, !n white, black and black dark blue. An exceptionaJ value to choose. -I were much hlger priced. stitched In white; olzes 8%. 6,6%. *1 at *3.45. , «—»«-ki . ~* —• ' Hm««i7atM 1 Nickel-Silver Smoking Stand, Jl* 'gel.,— F1 _ t flMr * Joys Baby Carriages ££. yellow aßh tray> RedHced to Children’s Shoes Slightly Shopworn or Imperfect *l7^*mdVa f e«h| l Vere n flise #< (B 1 White Enameled Reed flbe two Colored Snccinl Size Annnre! Reduced tO $3.85 pr. quart V °rTeservUig U Kefue^ 16 ' 60c eart», 6 Bruorr ‘ s ,5c 51.78 and «2 each; were 81.50, *3 1 White Enameled Reed-flb*r trays. Reduced to *1.76 each- jpCCIOI DIZC Apparel ” each; were 81. 5 Hot Water Plate* with eov “ df’SVr n " rr « a. I .nSsr” J g;» B nik a A’ssss^wair-A T „d 7vTr« Ess „„.. 86 Book*. "Things You L®vo to glass cigar jar, cigarette jar, and ld.ee Gown, else 46H. 839A0: 13 C; 11 D; ID. pair; quart Convex Kettle*. 85« each; % White Oval Frame Mirrors. Cl o t K C uLuJ® C "P^!»tv W t S White Enameled Reed Stroll- ashtray. Reduced to *4. "TiEw lac* Dna were *7. were *1.70. *2.75 each; were *s^s. 26 - 8 White Enameled 24-Inch Dove to Make of Paper, =se • wtth wh it« bone and black wood crepe de chine, size 42%. $38.60, scotch Grain High Shoes; sizes clal. 31 dozen. Kitchen Stool*. *l4O each. _ * Enallah Shay of reed, brown handles; each set has half dozen W V 5,6%, 7 A, 4%, 5. 6,6% B; 5,5%, 4 Llsk White Enamel 24-quart were *3. Marble Game*. «5e each; velvet fined; *3140; waai*6o. knives and forks. *1.75 sett Coats® iiwiaw brown' 6,6%, 7C. *845 pair; were *7. Stock Pots. *446 each; were 4 Oak Finished Kitchen Chairs. T***? 81’ __ were *340. ™n»r. ’ 19 pairs Boys’ High Storm Trot *BAO. * *1.50 each; were *3.50. sad* Alao Many Otb*; ToF. corduroy lined; *3240, waa *«*. we« 48%. U%. *38.50 each, wer4 ’ 3 Manning-Bowman Electric Toasters. *340 each; were *5. Greatly Reduced tooklT* ..d Kodak Bw- 85840. *• SE. *3.85 pair. 3 Round Serving Trays. *1.85 each! were H Toy Store, Fourth floor. Baby Carriage Section, Fourth floor. tioaa. First floor. Special Size Section, Third floor. Chlldrea’a Shoe Bectioa, Fourth floor. Hooaawareo Sectjpn, Fifth floor. THE EVENINO STAB, WASHINGTON, D. X}., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1923.