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~ ' ' M ■ • . - Ask for Our Book t - . Ask for Our Book "Draperies and • wjjjj[ |i| %||r ♦ „ 4r C*| OTw!§ "Draperies and Color Harmony” wLi fr Qfrfrom. 3 tt 5 CoJor. Harmony * 9AMto6PM F Street at Eleventh National 3770 ”*"" TB " a "“' Give Furniture This Christmas Orinoka Fabrics Bring Colorful The Gift of Enduring charm Charm to Every Home Interior j s «&?*, 18 For early English interiors where d gnity com- Fabrics for all these, from the sheer, shining e 11 _• • * eS Jfer# bines with comfort, a chpice Georgian interior B auze for B laM curtains, rich damask and brocade 'Q&myi' Comfortable Livmg decorated with brocade, or the brief, fleeting line for hanging, and uphol.teryvelour. and tapettry 0 j n / - . , . , “ *, —all m harmonious tone —and just in time to com faff RoOtn ChairS ' “** flat * orms expressed in design by the modern plete the home for the Christmas festivities. Prices? j • j|r artist. Will you be surprised to know that— With Tufted High Back • <^l|L Spring Cushions Tfce Gauze Can Be Had as Low as $2 Yard An occasional chair Web Bottom End table with trough that may be used any- . Mohair or Tapestry Upholstery for book,, beautifully fin- The Damask as Low as $6.75 Yard where in the home. Sev- - r / r / ished in mahogany. An rr# _ eral coverings. Mahog- ~ . » inexpensive gift. S6.SXL * VeIOUTS and Tapestry dt $6, $8 and $lO any frame. $35. opeClal _ /flSfPPfev All Carry the Full Orinoka Sunfast Guarantee Cp I jP Draper* Section. Third Fleer. fl i T Bridge, Ensembles A I r=_ mi ~ . W7 . , • I , I JT\ U£h I Damask Wmdow I 5 Card Table and Four Chairs <? V . Finished in Walnut, Red or Green \/ . jfl Zh DrapCtieS, $12.50 Set An artistic end table, Dainty tilt- top table, constructed of mahogany A rj j* with pie-crust edge. Ma and gum, finished a beau- ■ 3 hogany or maple finish. 1 ' tiful Colonial red. $10.50. The veneered top is 14 . vslanc^and^uf/tiV ,ih,, i:i durlit.r 11l ' RllgS ‘ in, nie, and two-ion,l Duncan Phyfe console (ffi Governor Winthrop ypP'* C FSF combinations; 50 inches wide, table and mirror. The An exceptionally beau- secretary, constructed of j table is all mahogany; top tiful chair with matching Tea wagon of notably genuine mahogany in a *35 and rjj Caspmpnt Clnth <? *7^ 15x34, height 30 inches; footstool, upholstered in graceful design in mahog- Colonial red finish. With ' U1 ’ ?*'•/J I ara mirror with solid mahog- heavy tapestry. $l9B. • an y ° r walnut finish. A contrasting antique brass _„. , , _ Something different for the boudoir. Fig any frame, 14x26 inches. gitt that w save a fittings and usual com- W nstmas w, “ " n ° oiaoy shopping lists ure d easement cloth in pastel shades of rose, S7O. woman many steps. s3l. partments. $125. headed by Oriental occasional rugs, for it’s smart blue and pongee. 50 inches wide. ... „ to give practical gifts, to express a lasting send- T I'jQ ! lThese rugs are in the rich', glowing colors # . li f fW^ *^ e eMt ** notec *» ec P* silky pile Cjllt C^IJJiOVV'S Ottoman, with Qu«n Thi, magaain, b»ket ha, Shapes and Colors nuT* has plenty of room. Note a genuine mahoeanv ton. Genuine mahogany fl.tin dimi.k cqmul iit nut. Upholstered in a t h e convenient carrying which when onened will Priscilla sewing cabinet /\/ \/ \A •« S>t damask covered square and oblong choice of velvet materials. handle In red green or * . . . ® . Jt ' /( /Iy\ /\ /\\ pillows, some corded, are just as beautiful as „M lo „ r _ nanaie. m rea, green or provide ample accommo- with convenient handle th«y «r. “ 127 5o parchment finish. $11.50. dation for four persons. for carrying wherever (xtjT*} $3.50 $ 19, 7 5 *' one wishes to sew. $9.75. Another group in velvet and brocade com , • • t,,|, Lyre pedestal occa- An inexpensive utility , with one drawer . Top, sional or night table of table of mahogany and Solid mahogany sewing 14x26; height, 24 inches. v mahogany and gum. Red gum. Top 22x22; height cabinet with tray; dark Mahogany and gum; T* np C TJ C Colonial finish, $37. 26 inches. $10.50. red Colonial finish. $27. crotch mahogany rim. s3l. 1 WO* 1 OtlC LiOllllOftS VJllt ICleaS irOlll $12.50 The Gift Shop 1 \I I A Beautiful Gif t . Onyx and Marble Ash Trays $3.50 to £lO | BEL, —MJtjI These unusually lovely two-tone comforts Onyx and Marble Letter Openers $3 s i a M ** 111 with corded edges may be had in ’most any color Onyx and Marble Pen Holders . $4.50 to $lO * combination. They are beautiful, practical gifts. Book Ends in lovely finishes $3.50 to $25 ' V All-Wool Blankets, 55.95 Mu.id Po«.ry j„ g . psc •» no Genuine mahogany . . * Itahan Pottery $1.25 to S2O Martha Washington sew- Occasional table in Duncan Phyfe motif, 22 A g enuine reproduction Solid colored, all-wool blankets with colored Leather Bridge Sets $1,75 to $3.50 ing cabinet of regulation inches wide, 40 inches long, with drop leaves ex- of ,h« original Governor I ,a.«n binding to match. $5.95 each. Imported 23-Pi.c. Tea S«, ... *7 to *2O strrvsss ■«,„.» h*». T «, —r-Si ssSSS* - ments. $19.75. drawers. All mahogany. $76. r,^„ r A raw *r stvle $75 Beautiful, solid colored luncheon or break- Cigarette Boxes .$2.50 to $9 y ' fast sets, consisting of a cloth with six napkins Metal Door Stops. $1 to $5 to match. Decorated Waste Baskets $1.25 to S2O J A Small Deposit Will Reserve Furniture Gifts Until L Hand-Embroidered Towels, 59c end*. sh,d«. *«,„* so \ December 15th, When Delivery Date May Be Indicated | C o.oret:: m , a “„ d "' d ,owe,s wi,h ‘ olid L M ,h«e T d « P ho». M com, Furniture. Fifth. Sixth and Seventh Woo* The Ltn.n Shop. Flret Floor. lABB , nd o ift Shorn Fleet Floor. FTr»T , ' , THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1925.