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FLORIDA IS FACING
FRUIT QUARANTINE
Regulations to Curb Spread
of Fly Menace Are Being
Drafted Here.
By the Associated Press.
Regulations for a Federal quarantine
restricting the movement of fruits and
certain vegetables from Florida to pre
vent the spread of the Mediterranean
fruit fly will be promulgated by the
Agriculture Department just as soon as
they can be drafted into proper form,
it was announced today.
Dr. C. L. Marlatt, chief of the de
partment’s plant quarantine and con
trol administration bureau, said today
the bureau staff was at w'ortc'on th*
regulations and that it was probable
they would be put into force tomorrow.
Declares Extent Is Limited.
He declared that reports of a wide
spread quarantine over the entire South
were entirely unfounded and that no
restrictive measures would be imposed
except in Florida.
Meanwhile at the Capitol Acting
Chairman Wood of the House appro
priations committee called a conference
of committee members for tomorrow to
consider what action should be taken
upon the recommendation of President
Hoover to make available $4,250,000 for
combating the pest. Wood said, inas
much as the appropriations committee
had not organized for work at the spe
cial session, the President's suggestion
might be referred to the agriculture
committee, which is organized for busi
ness.
He said it might be possible that a
number of members of the appropria
tions group would sit in informally at
the agriculture committee hearings if
the recommendation were referred to
that committee.
A bill is expected to be introduced
shortly, he said, by a member of the
Florida delegation to authorize the
transfer of $4,250,000 from a $5,000,000
fund provided the Department of Agri
culture in a previous appropriation made
for the eradication of plant pests.
"This is an emergency matter and
should be attended to at once,” Wood
said.
Immediate Action Sought.
The acting chairman said that the
measure, when reported, probably would
be called up on the floor of the House
by unanimous consent, and if that failed,
a special rule probably would be obtain
ed whereby immediate action could be
had on the bill.
Representative Drane, Democrat, of
] tS-vrcb,
601 13th and 604 11th. |
300 New Dresses j
] $14.50 j
’"! 'g
Big Values
s'-
Spring Coats |
Ensemble Suits
Reduced
Both \ 601 13th
4e£teffs
■0 A FASHION INSTITUTION
part* *Weahingto>v . 'K^wTo^Oi
A Wonderful Purchase of
200 New Hats
large sizes OC tailored hats
small sizes sports hats
It’s rare to get a group of hats so lovely as these
at this little price! The hats are not only beauti
ful, but they are in what seems like endless
variety! No matter your type or your headsize
there’s a style for you!
The Materials are ...
Crochet Viscas Felts
Perle Viscas Felt-and-Straw
Fancy Braids Hair Braid
The types include hats for ...
Misses Women Matrons
In small, medium and large head sizes.
The colors are ...
Black Sand Grey
Brown - Green Royal Blue
Xavy Red Powder Blue
Millinery Shop—Street Floor
i in
Florida, said the Florida delegation had
not decided who would be the author
of the measure, but indicated that Rep
•esentstive Ruth Bryan Owen, Democrat
might introduce the bill.
President Hoover’s recommendation
followed sanction by Director Lord of
the Budget Bureau of use of the funds
for the purpose. During the last few
days Director Lord has conferred with
officials of the Agriculture Department
and with the President. They have
considered testimony brought out in. a
hearing Monday before Dr. Marlatt.
Led by Representative Owen, virtu
ally the entire Florida congressional
delegation and representatives of citrus
fruit interests of Florida, California and
Texas had appeared at the hearings, i
calling upon experts to tell of the in- j
festation of the State by the insect. I
The fruit fly, which occurs in many
tropical and subtropical countries, the
Agriculture Department explained,
causes enormous damage by attacking
a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.
The department has for many years
enforced a rigid quarantine against
fruits and vegetables from Hawaii, and
more recently has enforced fruit em
bargoes against' several foreign coun
tries in which the pest was known to i
be established.
STEPHAN CALLS MEETING.'
i:
National Guard Interests to Be
Considered by Committee.
. Gen. Anton Stephan, commanding
officer of the District National Guard,
has been appointed chairman, and Nor
man W. Oyster, vice chairman, of the
committee of the Washington Chamber
of Commerce on the local Guard, it was
announced today by Charles W. Darr,
president of the chamber.
Other members of the committee are: |
S. T Ansell. Frank W. Ballou, Fred- |
erick Buchholz. John A. Eckert, John j
Fleming. W. T. Galliher, Frank S.
Hight, Lieut. Col. J. Miller Kenyon,,
Thomas Kirby. Thomas P. Littlepage. |
Hallock P. Long, Simon Lyon, Samuel j
M. Marks, R. L. Merrick. Robert McP.;
Milans, J. W. Morgan, Lieut. Charles j
Rcimer. F. E. Regers, Arthur C. Smith
and Capt,. J. Clinton Tribby.
Gen. Stephan has called a meeting
of the committee to be held at 2 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in the chamber
headquarters.
A Frenchman was ordered to pay S7 i
for breaking down the door of a com-1
part.ment in which he had been locked |
by accident. He fought the case two
years and finally saved his money. The
suit cost him a great deal more.
"exquisite DRV CLEANIN6*
Corner 11th & H Sts. N.W.
Phone National 2704
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THE EVEXiyg STAR. WASHINGTON. D. C.. THURSDAY. APRIL' 25. 1929.'
V 1 . .
Woodward & Lothrop
10 th U xh F and G Streets
Remnant Day Savings are 25% and More
Remnant Day merchandise is not returnable or exchangeable ; not
sent C O. Do or on approval; mail or phone orders not accepted*
Men’s “Telemac” Raincoats, V™ w m su I Hair^ r r ffi g ? S Stationery, Special I
1 Cigar Humidor, "as is.” Was 14 Summer-weight English Raincoats, trench model; leather trimmed. „
$7.50 Now $4 SOME ARE SLIGHTLY SOILED. Sizes 34 to 46. • 24; with good strong bristles. 3g c
NoS 1 ? *r*!?• . Case 9-... Were .50c English Flannel Suits, $37 ,5 ° Were S6O 8 Tourist Bags' Were 95c°'now 1-pound Linen-finish Paper and
2 Cigarette Boxes. Were $5. io Medium-weight Flannel Suits, plain and striped grays. Sizes 35, 36, ** "JJ* * h £" l ?. ,ed Powder Pu £. s ; 2 packages envelopes. Choice
Now $1.50 37, 39, 44 and 46 regular; 36 and 38 short. LL M v’ c l - ’w ’’ r'i’ot °f w h'*e and gray. The quality
Cigarette Cases. Were $1.75. The English Shop or The Men’s Store, Second Floor. Now' 11 C pa l- . Were 2 , 5 c is exceptional at this price.
S*'**'*^'Men's Extra-size Summer Suits, 4
l r«rk ‘ ■ Now Mr Were $ 35 11 Men’s Summer Suits, tropical-weight fabrics. Extra 12 De Vilbiss Atomizers. Were ers and colors: many have locks
' v j Thermo* Bottle nint size “as sizes only; 35, 42 short; 48 regular; 36 long; 38, 44, 50 stout; 46 long $1.50. Now 75c and keys. Were $5.. Now $2.50
L’’ w“ S2?O Now... . :.50c stout. ™ 2-piece Novelty Night Sets. 1 Line-a-day Book. Was $7.50.
firTt ks fl a oo d r Frames ’ Aisle No- 1 "Woodward Fifty" Suits, $37- 5 ° Were SSO S e A&-2Sr V i uLmy w« ,3 $ 5 5
kr « t i trie II Men’s "Woodward Fifty” Suits, in tans, browns and gray patterns. ifZtJl' \v *V ’ t *•' V' ,2 ®°
Men S Oxfords, $5- 45 Unusually fine fabrics and tailoring. Sizes 35 to 44 regular; 37 to 40 Soa?. Assort odors. - We’re 35c 7uTquaTyTa'her Was s"s>'
Were $8 to sl2 short 37, 39 long, 38, «>,« stout. cake. Now 25c I Now >..54 1
40 Pairs Men’s Black and Tan Men*S TwO-TrOUSerS Suits, $24* 75 Were $45 Ben Hur Face Powder. Was 35c 3 Blark Leather Appointment
Scotch^ "rriiun^oxf^rf 1 * wide me” 19 Mens Two-Trousers Suits, suitable weights for Spring and early Ben Hur Toilet Water. Was 35c. foT "professional "'rTen^a'n^d
Summer wear. Light and dark patterns. TROUSERS ALTERATIONS Now 25c women Were $3 Now $l5O
dium and narrow toe lasts. Leath- ONLY. Sizes 34, 35. 36, 39, 40, 42, 46 regular; 38, 39 stout; 34, 40, 42 shorts. Bon Hur Perfume. Was 50c. _ ’ . * 3 ’ Now » l a0
er sole, rubber or leather hee s. The Men’s Store, Second Floor. . ..". . ... . .. .35c Stationery. Aisle No. 2
Blucher and straight-lace models. ~ v ’V- First Floor.
Arnold Glove-Grip Shoes in the — 2 Toiletr es Aisle No. 16
lot. Sizes AA 7, 8. A 6’.*. 7, w W ♦ a *TC T * f T T * C • 1
I Vo^ii* c 5, 6 6,Vi, 7, lo!i,*i; ]Vlcn S Checked Nainsook Union buits Sprays of Decorative Italian Leather Desk
The Men’s Store. Second Floor. SpCCialy 65c FIoWCrS Reduced Accessories Reduced
Clocks Reduced Men’s Fine Checked Nainsook Union Suits, “Twin scat,” athletic style. Elastic were 3 <fi C ‘ Now sor
3 Grandmother Hall Clocks. Were webbing in hack to permit easy movement without binding. Sizes 34 to 46. l9Spravs.‘ Were 3 s sc. Now 25c Now . *° °°
$67.50. Now $37.50 lg Men’s Light-weight Knitted Lisle 39 Men’s Fine Colored Madras 47 Sprays. Were 50c. Now 25c conVaine?* L fo tb hSld V *flSwer* Kh
1 Bronze Imported Clock Set, with Union Suits, white only. One- Shirts, with two separate laundered 25 Sprays. Were 25c. Now 10c *l3 50 No* ’.... *7. so
two electric candlesticks. Greatly quarter sleeves and ankle length. collars. Sizes 14, 14VJ, 15,1514 and 6 Spravs. Were 75c.. Now 50c i Scisnor* and cord set. was *9
reduced to $45 Sizes 36, 38, 40, 42, 48. Were $2. 16. Were $4 and $5. N0w...52.55 19 sprays. Were $1.50. Now 50c 1 Black Leather ' stationerV' Holder;
1 Rose Leather Traveling Clock, Now $1.55 28 Men’s Colored Madras and Broad- j ('actus Plant. IMPERFECT. very unusual scroll design. Was sl6 so.
eight-day; CASE MARRED. Was 54 p a ir» Men 's Silk-mixed Socks. cloth Shirts, collar-attached style. Was $3. Now 51.50 i°cir.;;ito m,.»W •’w.« /A*
$25. Now sls seamless, double lisle heel and toe. Sizes 16. 1614, 17 and 18.. Were 1 cactus Plant. IMPERFECT. ' No* C . .’*7
1 Dark Blue Leather Traveling Vertical stripes and figures. Sizes $3. Now $1 was $2.75. Now $1 • Orolier Leather Calendar, was is.
Clock; CASE MARRED. Was 10 to 1114. Were sl. Now. 50c 40 Men’s Fancy Colored Four-in-hand 1 Cactus Plant. IMPERFECT. 1 Phoke index Was $3 No* si
$16.50. Now $8 16 Suits Men’s Colored Pajamas. Ties. Were $1.50. Now 95c Was $2.25. Now $1 1 STril W."”2 How " itM
12 Small Imported Novelty Clocks. madras and broadcloth. Small, large 33 Men’s Imported Silk Four-in-hand 1 Cactus Plant IMPEPFECT ’ sets Orolier leather. Was iw
in colors. Were $4.50. N0w...52 and extra large sizes. Were $2.50 Ties, stripes and figures. Were Was $1.50. Now 50c iLsrie stationery Holder *"wii 12s
5 Small Imported Novelty Clocks, and $3. Now $1.85 $2.50. Now $1.35 3 Glass Frogs; flower holders. No* *12.50
?SmLTlm^tcd $ N s o o velty°ciocki T »* Me " s Si °" e ’ Second Feo °"’ . Ftower" Bow. l KTloor *
' c^Ta^o S \ S flooV. Boys* Wash Suits, $ 1.35 w™ $1.95 w siso Trimmings Reduced
Children's Open Strollers 166 Roys’ Wash Suits for Spring and Summer wear, of cliambray, khaki, Ff ' r Floor - f a render!' p i n' 1 ' ‘an & b“" 11 we”' n
«o oe ip*-* ,/» broadcloth and seersucker, in tans, blues, grays and stripes. Suitable for sports Sjntfjrv AnnaroT „• ■ , „ «
werefl- and dress wear; cut full and well tailored; short sleeves. Sizes 3 to 7 and January Apparel ; 0 M ra ?o£r w" t1' U No** ee w *si
Onlv tliree at this reduced price. 9 in lot. Specidlly Priced L hl , '™ < ’ r 1 !' d j?' l /,'
In the popular ecru finish. 21 Boys’ Spring Suits, of sturdy fab- 3 Light-weight Blue Serge Suits. Nor- .. . „ „ ?2 so No* ' . . .. .T.fi
1 Child’s Lawn Hammock Was tics in serviceable shades of brown folk model, with two pairs golf m-iV »«h« . s * n,t * ry J yard imnortrd Handmade Bandinr.
S2B 50 Now sl9“ and gray. Two pairs full-cut golf knickers. Size 7. Were $18.75. Petticoatsi void seomns *.th red braid. Was
1 Ivory-finish Baby High Chair. knickers. Sizes 7to 16 years. Taken Now ........... ... $6.75 Uw, i„..’ ’ 1 >ird imported Gold seiuin and
Was $8 50 Now $6 25 from regular stock and greatly re- 84 Boys’ Cotton Golf Hose. Spring- i.™ m*ck Randm-. was *i.ts. no* Mir
r“orV-Lishcie,r or'Drawer; duced to $3-75 weight: good patterns. Sizes 7* 2
Was si2 Now $8.95 70 Bovs’ Wash Hats, of linen, duck to 9. Were 50c. Now 25c is Lnehshman Hat stands, siizhtiy * 75*
2 Table Sets, with two chairs. and khaki. Shapes suitable for boys 12 Fancy Slipover Sweaters light- ifs^ekf^’an^'rfd *Box N e* W - sitzhU? le.r7 P *nh d . ”?r' k seSsm *"
Were $9 50 Now $5 from 3to 12 years. Sizes 614 to weight worsted. Sizes 28, 34 and imperfect were 6n c . Now....ssc " q mso
!.• 1 Ivory and Green Table Set, with 6’,. Reduced to 35c 36. Were $5. Now $2.45 wd i imported Tri.nrie Scarf' VitVwM
two chairs Was $11.50. Now $5.95 The Boys’Store, Fourth Floor. now .. , A ? ED ; .. Was *7 so ft**™- Was Sl2 5 °- Now r*dm:ed
?S W^ ,H,TD " TT f 1 Prin W. d S Ml % n i BUTTONS ARD TRIMMINGS
fourth floo«. Housewares Reduced
Toys Reduced /«», umj kia, h’ 1 0 Books Reduced for
a *-SS- zs? * r“ p Br " d Bo ’"- WOT “g Leather Belts, 50c -Tiff”" 1 ?.,,
rubber-tired wheels. W«> IFSO. £SgV"XV«. 1&w..«5» I MikKMi;ii^
V f ' Ri’,lVlr'' '' RrfecUllv 1 White Enameled Perforated Metal square shape. Was $3 75. Now $1.50 Old. • Was *3. Now . . ..... *1
B k Specially Clothes Hamper, oval shape. Was 1 White Enameled Fiber Clothes 20; of patent leather and all*- ’i-.'omfS w»*
* rps. nnli rarkiaV**'‘ Were" is 25 $5-50. Now $2.95 Hamper, corner shape; large size. gator-gram calf. IJlack and at- no. Now «
Now .. . . .15 1 White Porcelain Steel Kitchen Stool. Was $7.75, Now $3.50 tractive colors. Now*". o ’*’. .. %
1 I irr* knccdhilir Was 127 50 with green seat. Was $4.75. 5 5-piece Kitchenette Sets, consist- l Blark-and-rray Grossrain Ribbon j "History of Fntii'h Literature.” by
W speeuoiKe. was wi.w. Now $2.50 ing of bread box. flour, sugar, Kelt, was *1 75. Nor ti Legouis. was *3.50. No* *l
Toys " Fourth" Floor. 1 Golden Oak Dresser, with swinging coffee and tea canisters. Were fvePe'nzs Now'.' * r * ,n .. . Vi v/«s*2”"‘nSw ??d?wd to.
mirror and three drawers. Was $1.35. Now ,5c 1 While Kid Belt. Wes 51. 25. Now 7'e •> “Harry Lorrcuuer," by Lever, *as *l.
___ * * _ * S White Enameled Bath Stools, as In Chinese red and brass. Was •; Green Leather Beiti: - ' were''*3.so.
Week-end Candv follows; $6.50. now $2.95 no* ... .......................sz rsooKs ior Uiiiaren
YY VWIV trliw Now 75c , Ri ,j r .„- J Frown Suede Belt: with rhinestone , .r Th , Boy who Wag ,'> DAMAGED.
0 , f -1 tv nr _ . c „ -1 Imported Round Bird Cage, orange burcle. Mas *4. Now 52.7.» was *2 50 No* *1
special, 2, COimdSy /OC I was $1.65. Now ••••• 95c finished and decorated with Jap- - Black Antelope Belts: with rhine- 1 "Story of Holland." Was *5 Now fl
2 pounds Os our delicious home- 1 » npse deS * nS - WaS Mov.na Pielure,. Were
m*d> candy, consisting of fruits. S Now .. . . :..$1.95 .. No _ w “ " -"• - •'■'’ 50 ? o^hite kid BiitV w« * 3.56.-’ Mr ’ WM *
nuts, caramels, creams and bon- l Red Enameled "Sani-Can” Garbage 4< Small Size Scrub Cloths. Were sewing Baskets, were *5. Now R 3.7.% 4 abc Game Book*, were *2. No* so c
bons - Receiver. Was $3.75. Now. .$1.95 18c - Now 10c tops f ' ,, 'lve e a ‘ , t 3 ; Now raW ' w h Books, Aisles 23-25, First Floor.
I-atsc T-Tat*/4 C™ .-4xy 2 3-quart North Pole Ice Cream 43 Small Size Scrub Cloths. Were 1 Leather Sewing Box. " Was ns. m.e. r* . •
jars naro kxinoy, JUL Freezers. Were $3. Now $1.50 15c. Now 8c Now . . Gift StlgfgfeStlOnS
Were 60c. 85 Jars of Hard Candy, Housewares, Fifth Floor. now . 1 satinMie*. was *5. No* «
tomorrow at this special price. < I Leather Sewing Box. Was $7. 1 Satin Pillow. Was ** Now S 3
candies, aisle no. 16, first floor. Dozen Rolls Toilet Tissue* Special, 78c y o £wr« Bia*:• w.* «sy l 9 tf' %£ «kd D^* GED :..^§S
o ather . IfiS!"."*?
Auto Seat Covers $5 Housewares, Fifth Floor. J \ o & ,d V.p and FeT
uwdl vAjVwiOf yJ o soft Collar Cases; gray suede finish. p*rs. Were 35c each. Now. ,Sse each
!//___ QQ Q/l Were $6. NOW SI VI Fnsmeled Top Salt and Pepper*.
vs €T€ 2 Prescription Cases; black pin seal Were 51.75. Now
TJ.OC- nr »at|., r^rlurerl rnv- —*« leather. Were f 6. Now SI r, Foamelrd Top Salt ard Pepper* in
Inese greatly rcaucca scat COY J \ O CfO je I Black Cirosgrain Bill Fold. Was holders. Were f 4 set. Now If
ers are as follows; V ,h/lifS ailCl AvOCICCrS, *r b rr ere $10.7b *13.50. Now ...SR.SO :i Fruit Bow Is. Were 12.50 Now. .51.33
2 Dodge 4-passenger COUP*. 192* O OrZiV* WviXVi ' ;! Black Leather Bill Fold*: gold tip*. 3 Tea Pot*. , Were *2. No*. .... *1
i Whipw* Sedan C ? 927 IM * Chairs and Rockers, with upholstered button seats and backs in tap- i' Bin Foidi'with "gold in PUte». “Vere 35cf N0w....! ."!*»•
\ |^k b Ma S r ,ef s’ed d an nt i9M dBn ’ IM * estry and velour coverings. V P Bi.ck bui J Void °*iih -gold Vip!• w” Jfow UPS * nd , W " e . ,Sc .
! ' Mahogany-top End Tables, $5-50 Were $7.50 &*r cheek IS** K
I wiiiys^Knigft*sedan'’ 1928 7 Mahogany-top End Tables, decorative pieces of furniture for any living a Buck Leather' M.'n'feuw Srt4.' ’ w>re The Gitt Shop ’ SEVlirrH Floor ’
i-a P nd S ma“hi?» 8 , I0 °"L * w Set.V'red! ‘ blue. ' and' brown ShadcS and Portables
No*. A .' to .. Aw . nln .'‘.-... "si*”.”- Feather and Down Pillows, $4* 75 Were s6.*o K i^ fr 0ld „; TtrAureA
T-. fTV l 1* Feather and Down Pillows, covered in fine linen ticking. Size 21x27 Miieh were'7sc T/f f , ,
rramed Pictures inches. No* sac All slightly soiled or damaged
_***_, , _ T Ox J « 1 'tK tie Leather Goods, Aisle No. 6 s n-inch Pleated Georgette and Silk
One-half Price Hammock tvith Stand, H l- 25 ” as Sls first floor.
1 Large Marine Picture. Was S3O. For the sun garden or porch, this will prove a very useful and decorative T7l •f r x M'nth I 'n" . G nd or Hbbon^dSss:
Now sls piece of furniture. FiemiSil Linen LUnCnCOn. Were *5. Now reduced to ...SI.M
Wa,lace p,cture - Furniture, Sixth Floor. d nc pic”t'Ve d orge«7 ,, Afffl«.‘ Gibbon
S3B. NOW ..sl9 Owtof Y > motif, in peach with Orchid lining.
e l ox Th^ USkat * er ” PlctUre Rres« _ _ Were $2.95. 15 sets, including b»i sh,d t .:'S
i pl Picture. Wass2o. Now $lO GrCatW Reduced L , | 4 ,nrLi
1 Oil Painting. w«si«.so. wigs ureauy Reoucea l fe i2i c ± r , e J.. bo £S er with colored sh w^r £
Now $8.25 High-grade Chenille Bath Ruga. 1 Battania Fibre Rug. size 4.6x7.6. Was border. Cloth 51\51 and 5 napkin.*. No* * 2
2 Scenes. Were $12.50. Now $6.25 24x36. Were *4.35. .Now... J.....J8.25 ? n..rh.ia No «..i;», ti." ■»" 45 ’ Was *3. Now reduced t 0......... 5t.93 1 Tinted Silk Bridge Shade in peach.
Prr-TtTsrc Sixth Fioor 1 High-grade Imported Bed or Bath Room 2 peerfleldßasliet-«ea>e Fibre Rugs, dis- i i> o rto Rican Embroidered Luncheon green and rose with panel effect. Was
PICTURES, OIXTH FLOOR. _ rmbossed design. Was GO; s ®; f?«l lnu fr d Pattern, size 27x54. Were set. cloth 54x54 and 6 napkins: soiled. 112 50. Now reduced to SS.f>«
11 1 . Now *i 3 :?- . No !i a; ; •. *l.s® Was $3.25. No* *1.75 « Georrette and Silk Bed Lamp*—l
* Ouadruole-Plate S High-grade Chenlll* Bath Rugs, size 1 KaUania Runner, discontinued pattern; t mblrachrd Cotton Bridge, Set with gold and 1 ro.-e. Were $5 No*. *l^
or 27x54. Were $6.75. N0w..........58,8d 5, lze , inches by 9 feet. Mas $5. cretonne border: clotli 36x36 and 3 | Gold and Blue Enamel Vanity Fort-
QlftMMirAPc* 4 Oval Braided Rugs, size 25x40. Were $3 , Nour .... .. ... ......... ...*2.„, napkins. Was sl. No* s«c able. Was >3 50. Now ....... ..*l.s®
silverware NOW ••■ • • 1 varcin!L el l!.!th ,r v.^ 0 i 1,<,0,r a ,lus s4 1 5«-ineh round Embroidered Table- i Porcelain Figure Boudoir Portable in
~ , „ , , 1 Oval Braided Rug, size 30x60. Was veisible with chintz border. Size 24x40. cloth: ecru background, blue embroid- orchid. Was $1.95. Now „...$1
Greatly Reduced • $5.75. Now ..........*3.75 , 5° W v a-» ••••.•AM 5 ery: soiled. Was $2.75. Now. 75c 1 Black Iron Oil Portable Lamp with
~» Water Sets’ with four glasses. 8 Fine Quality Oval Chenille Rugs, size 1 Hooked Rug. size 24x3b. Was *12.75. (i Linru Guest Towels with lace In- adjustable arm. Was *3.50. N0w..*1.95
were'sasn set Now JIM 27x48. Were *7.25. N0w......... .**.95 Now 57.75 .sertion and edge: soiled. Were *l. LAMPS, SEVENTH FLOOR.
Were $2.50 set. n0w.... ........ »j.no a Fine Quality Oval Chenille Rugs, glze 2 Imported Rath or Boudoir Rugs, em- Now 3->c
et w b J< ?27 h ’ Now ’ d *2® 3 24x48. Were *7.25. N0w.......... .$3.95 bossed design. Size 36x63. Were $14.50. 1 s>-lnoh Bound .Madeira Cloth, soiled TV J
sign. Was s27* N0W............. WO i pine Quality Oval Chenille Rug, size Now $5.75 Was $4. Now *1.75 HaVllAnd
i, 2 * D . e , c £ Gl 3 vy Bo **’ modern design. 30x60 M Was $9.75. Now *5.95 1 Reversible Wool Chenille Rur, size 30x oi 6-ineh Round Linen Doilies with 1 laVliflllU
Was sl6. Now. ••••;••• •V’ 2 Oval Yarn and Rag Rugs, size 30x60. 60. Was $10.50. Now 55.75 lace edges. Were 25c. Now 10c 4. /'"’f „„*,,***/•,* P«,f/*pp
1 Cold Meat Platter, modern design. were $6 75. Now ;..*5.95 1 Lot Rag Rugs, plain colors or hit-and- 7 8-inch Round Linen Doilies. Were 3.1 v-»IC3TcIIaCC l JTICCS
Mas sl9. 1WW..... •••••••••• 1 High-grade Seamless Velvet Rug. size miss patterns. Size 24x48. Reduced 10c. Now , .....5c m..., n.i« Were sl6 50 dozen
1 WeH-and-Tree Platter: modern de ; 9x12. Was $45. Now *29.50 ONE-HALP usual price. Now 95c 44 Linen Napkins in odd patterns: 1* Dinner Plates. »10.00^oorern
s**n. Was $23.50. •:" • • ‘ 1 Fine Quality Seamless Axminster Rur. 1 Jade Green Broadloom Carpet, size 8.3 x size 13x13. Were 25c. Now. .....l«e ,?*„"! VnHßutter Plates Were” sl3
p,teher: modern design. Was size 9x12. Was $58.50. Now . ..889.5® 10 . SLIGHTLY SOILED. Was *71.25. 110 6-inch Linen Doilies, round-Were '»• and Butter nates.
*25. Now .SIR.<S 1 Crex De Luxe Rug. size 4.6x7.6. Was Now *42.50 2 for 25c. Now 3 for 10c ?J z t n 'i. ’' ’ w.V.' « m rtwm
1 Tea Set: 4-piece; modern design. *9.75. Now •• •• • • •*••45 1 Lot Rag Rugs, plain colors or hit-and- 25 Gold Rayon Scarfs. 18x54. Were Now FrU * S ° ' $6 dozen
Was $95. Now.. ■•••• 1 Taupe Klearflax Rux. an ideal Porch m | S s patterns: size 24x36. Reduced >1.25. Now reduced to 6i>e p?* k w'iiiow" Porcelain at Special
1 lee Tub; modern design. Was *l7. rug: size 4 6x7.6. Was *16.50. Now.*<.«s ONE-HALF usual price. Now f,sc Fancy Linens, Second Floor. ? “ Porcelain
Now •;■•••• ” xy. - ■ rf«iVn '* 2 Deerfleld Basket-weave Fibre Rugs, dis- 1 Super Quality Chinese Rug, size 9x12. „ „ . 48 Dinner Plates Sse each
1 Cocktail Trays modern design. Was continued pattern; size 4 6x7.8. Were Was $495. Now $265 WT T„,,r„lv-«r tl? 4? Bread and Butter Plates.. ,18e earh
*35 modern <iesl,n - Rugs! Fifth Floor.' 1 W«7 MM?*Now $135 in X Fre n c u S c “= * r *! * se .*."*.* " d .-,cVa7 b
2,000 Yards Cretonne, Special, 23c Yard «
StSi3SftSifJr- MU ** B " > ™ ds ''» !raa " *“■ '•***»■ •
Art Embroidery -j "SfTSf’SSSrS'^STSS.
Reductions yards long. Complete with tie- Complete with valance and tie- ‘Simulated r H ?£a F ip7h"fi o^r
Tor Tandy Petal Pillow.. SOILED. back*. Specially piiced, pair $1 back* Specially priced, pair.,sl.4s ' r* Irr To*
Were $3 50. N0w................. .81 75 Pair* Crits-cross Curtains, dotted marquisette in cream or ecru. rißbr rcuu VjrCCfl VjlaSS ICC ICd OCtS
fliied*c d omfor‘t! d ’ °a°P- Heading and cornice ruffle. Specially priced, pair $1.45 White StOIIC fnr 7 Piere*
plique in each corner. SOILED. Was DRAPERIES, SIXTH FLOOR. W.UUC UlkJixw opeCldl, *>■ lOr / i lcCtS
I 1 * Pe«h W ' Taffeta ’’Toklin‘‘ Piliiw/® , _ , 4 ' __ T 0 Bracelets, 50c 7S sets which include fancy
2 Ol LivPnr R e o r om J3 Two-toned''T.ffVu AwningS Reduced Wood Frame Screens Were $2. 14 novelty bracelets shaped, coveredljng and 6 thin
1 1,lr Ravon w L* vVb r N °Room ''piUow. 4 Awnings, 3 feet 6 inches, In tan Greatly Reduced prreatlv reduced for Friday. r* 3 Grwn °GIaM C ie'e Tea Glasses in
SLIGHTLY DAMAGED. Was *2.95. and green. Were $3.50. Now $2.50 44 Wood-frame Screens reduced N v" vel !, y t i U h Vk Wfre , °Ts 5o C fancy shape. Sneiial i®« each
now ■••■•■{t 2 Awnings. 3 feet 6 inches, in tan H-t v\ooa irame screens, reuucea s Novelty chokers, were $550. ImporUd Decori , U d Glass Vaaes.
t iov B e',V. k lf*e^l.MJw fc C " d T stripes. Vere $3.50. Now $2.50 s £ 3 30x37 inches Were 75c 4 Friit'ir’
3 Roman-stripe Card Table Covers: 3 Awnings,. 3 feet 6 inches. In slze IJUXJ ' lncnes - were (DC. - French Prarl Chokers. Were $3.50. H owl. Was *4. Now ft
with 4 chair pads to match. Were *J khaki Were $3 50 NOW. ...$2.50 Now 35c V'i.«k.V'’wa*"*7 50 • Colored and Cut Glass Flower Vase.
set. Now *1 not , , 7 ’ , ok. e| 7P TflxTl inrhec Worn I French Pearl Choker. was si.au. w .. Now g s*>so
2 Hand-embroidered Bedroem Sets. 3 Awnings. 2 feet 6 inches, in ” 5 ’ SlZe ioXii lncnes - Were bsc - Now ............. ..••••; ■••• • ** 2 Green andimbef Vases. Were $6.
2 Linen Scarfs a T ith matching pm green and tan. Were $3. NOW $2 NOW ** • *iv c 1 French Pearl Choker. Was *B. tsj ow n
Se U t Shlon Now BoU . dolr . C0l0r< :.. Were . .V. .** AWNINGS, SIXTH F t GOR. 3; size 28x37 inches. Were 65c ? o ? r ,„ch' Peart chokeV,’.’ ’ wVrV is.ig . VM T*.. .«!£
AGED Iot W?rV , G. k ‘'Now l^” TL /.! 3A Me (“LrAt arvi 1; slze 24x33 inches. Was 55c. ,trand " e * d ” , * k ' , ** e 5o *e»
WWW^w Golf Clubs and Bags now . ... 25® stU a .-- ; E ?-;
bound with black. Were *1.25. N0w..75e I PoAnooA i.’ SlZe lncnes. _ was ouc. 12 Rosebud Bracelet*, were si. aged 5e to *2
Curtain and Valance to match. Was IvCOuCCO NOW 35c Now .................. Glassware Fifth Floor
V wigarin^'iu'ek*’ - SLIGHTLY dam- l Butchart Brassie. was *lO. Now, *7.5® 4; size 18x33 inches. Were 50c. Now rench B,ad Ch ...'. *h _ T-» Jf’ f r 17 . J
Arren ‘were $3 50 Now™ UA $4 1 McGregor Brassie, was $5. Now, *3.75 jjOW 25c Enamried Pins. W'ere *l. Now.soc T *rp*l int* PFIfIAV
aßrPe’ade litln w»l. g,„k,ti" Were 1 Vulcan Brassie, was $6.50. Now, *4.75 .!» Kv« nsbii Wm 4V "M’hit ™ Stone Pins. Were *2 Now.SI 1-dtCb IVCOULW lUI J. nuay
*5 BrO N0 d w. 8 * t B W .“.‘ e . * •..W 95 1 Rroydon Br.s. e wa, $A Now. •• 2, size 15x33 inches. Were 45c 4 White stonTPins. Were iL Now. *L.%® A small lot of lace remnants in
1 Japanese Tablei with brass trays ’ rfi/ lu. 'w.i it ’ l Kn» N '‘" m M NOW 25« NOVELTY JEWELRY, AISLE 10 duced »/ 3 and >/ 2 of usual price.
e r o.:,™‘oS ! FoS.™> l oo. Sc,,,™. S.» rux,,. XißSt Floor. Lac, A.,t, 19. Fasx Fioo,.

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