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FOUR PLAYS GIVEN
BY DRAMA GUILD
Large Audience Attends First
of Series of Presentations
in Tournament.
Playing to a large audience at the
Columbia Heights Community Center,
the Community Drama Guild of Wash
ington last night presented four plays,
the first of a series of five in the one
act play tournament for 1930.
Basing their decision on choice of
play, direction, stage business and act
ing. Capt. George A. Bentley, U. S. A.;
Prof William L. Corbin, Mrs. Alice Sig
worth Morse. Mrs. William J. Peters
and Miss Katherine Riggs, judges jot the
preliminary contest, will select the four
best plays, which will be repeated in
the final contest February 7 at McKin
ley Auditorium. That night, individual
awards will be made to the actor giving
the best performance and to the one
excelling in diction.
In “The Fourth Mrs. Phillips,” by
Carl Glick. the Park View Community
Players prove the fallacy of pretending
to be 30 years old when one is 60.
The Rebecca Dial Studio Players de
nounced a mother as an aid to catching
a husband in "A Social Success." writ
ten and directed by Rebecca Dial.
One husband sells for S2OO a SI,OOO
fur coat, which another husband's wife
has taken from the store on approval.
After a series of humorous incidents,
the coat is recovered in “A Bargain’s a
Bargain,” written by Larry E. Johnson
and presented by the dramatic unit of
Senior Luther League of Atonement Lu
ther Church.
Susie, the dressmaker's dummy, wak
ing up to life, goes to the Iml] in old
fashioned clothes and makes a hit with
the marriageable diplomat—all of which
makes the dashing young girl of the
atory determine to become old-fashioned
in her ways. Such is “Miss Skimp Sits
Still." by Alice M. Haven, presented by
the Women’s City Club drama unit.
FLYER REACHES MANAGUA
76-Tear-Old Publisher la on
14,000-Mile Air Trip.
MIAMI. Fla.. January 23 OP).—William
H. Gannett, Portland. Me., newspaper
publisher, arrived at Managua, Nicara
gua, yesterday afternoon on his 14,000-
mile aerial tour of Central and South
America. Information as to the arrival
of the plane bearing the 76-year-old
man was sent by radio to officers of the
Pan-American Airways here.
Continuing his journey by airplane
today, Mr. Gannett will fly from Ma
nagua to Cristobal, Canal Zone,
Tkb£t<Saic=-
Friday Bargains in II"'" '■ ' Wni«ai» , « CQ
HOME NEEDS QO(!
CERTAINTEED FLOOR COVERING— W£{ I BJB'A H? Af«llIL K&yOIl-5trip€ Bw V
I slight™ seconds. Many pieces can E Kl l iilltl Wrn II Irt Underwear V*/
matched up for larger rooms. A IQ— ■\W B I' M &SF ®> <bKM ■s- '1
' V *i'2n2™r l ».TT , lm** Union Suit. Vert. Bloomer. :l
FLOORTEX HALL RUNNER— fl .<9? Altt AIA C-»- —#L C. u
200 yards felt-base hall runner; 49c aiu-aia seventh St. TV.rr. Rayon-stripe knit union suits, I
and 59c grades; 24 and 27 Inches l==jj—— - knee length with low neck and no
! vflde; 1 to 3 yard lengths. --- - sleeves. Slues 36 to 42. Vests In I
IS 19c I For a Quick Friday Clean-Up! There 100 A} Sug %&£?£’£?%
\ Former $7 SlO and Sls \f M uSSS^mteSuSrSSSi
Shin'S rormer*i,»iuana»u ’Li *»».«■ «»■«*o ,
I j lace and plain nets; 36 to 54 “^^„ whoopee * ockß ' 1Q C I
! ."™ " n * de ; 19c !r\ D E'CCE'C T'lk aiwsi" « wom.
MMW.NTS C«ETONNF. -Me L# IX Cj |a_l JBBkglß “o’. "“nd"" * \
and 39c yard-wide cretonne. In use- * m seamless hose 25 C
’ 1 dK y ioT ! ■VI TWIN-HEEL SILK HOSE-600
d d k 124 c I HBI pairs women’s SI.OO thread silk hose
colorings. Yard 2 f|» |M with twin black wigwam CQ
Third Floor M IJLa ~ISL. liH heels. 81ight irregulars
I MS w MISSES’ 50c HOSE—Misses' per- j I
| %Ls Mr aa B.# •Jf t ect quallty ray on hose and lisle I
• Friday Bargain, in I ~ « * W - HUH S^I^.TTV’' 0 "; 35 C I
WOMEN’S WEAR ! B flUf _
$2.69. $2.96 AND $4.98 CORDU- f^K|B§
scsraaarxrss I ■II ™: y *"»«-*••»
|sl-98 ■HI MEN’S WEAR
I $3.98 GABARDINE RAINCOATS, Street Dresses Afternoon Dresses fNnlllH $1.39 UNION SUlTS—Men’s Win- I
sizes 38, 40 and 42. Made of water- n 8 HIIUBI ter-weight cotton-ribbed union suits |
: j repelling gabardine in trench style. Tarty UreSSeS flHlSlllll a ” k,e length, long sleeves. Made
j j All sales final, none fl no j * IIhIIIIII with flat,ock seams and sleeve and
C O D * 1,570 Dresses of beauty and quality in manv charming flHSftllK 1 52S*«f*'S""-97e 1
$1.96 HOOVER APRONS, made fashions are sweepingly reduced for the one and r^il| P mes*’ NIGHT ' ° l!
of charabray and broadcloth, in on i v rr , son t t. a , ,1.,.! v »a »i,.;, ' \ 111 ~. iNI , SHIRTS—Fleecy |
green, rose, orchid and brown, with j - . T, Stay 'u- tme i \ ill i flannelette night shirts in neat I
long or short white collars. Small [ n sat,n ’ flat c , re P p * Can *n n c ." pe ’ comb, n a t'«ns of \k\ stripes. Large, roomy gar- oo
sizes. All sales final, none CQ- transparent velvet and silk, silk tweeds, jersey and \ |\ 1 ments; sizes 16 to 20 OOC |
C. O. D wool tweeds—also party dresses in taffeta and \IB \ MEN’S 79e TO $1.56 MUFFLERS |.
79e AND $1.66 SATEEN BLOOM- m ” ,re - si . M! , l4 , to No C. O. D. or phone MI ~^ en^ a . L cbar *| Ue ' Scotch flannel
ERS and PETTICOATS—BIoomers { orders, all sales final. M i d n^* 1011 ” lixtures - !
of plain and striped sateen, in Second Floor /t rfi cninrf^*, 1 ght and 59c
brown and rust; petticoats of red H VA' da l!L®?l o L , '}f?-j-• -• • 1
I i sateen with oleated ruffle. Os _ ! uji'_«_!_L ■ ® PANCY SOCKS—Medium-
All sales final none COD.
' 1 house frocks of print- $2.50 and $3.00 Advance SoSr'SoiS* 'ia*
ed pique and llnene with white col- W 9 A m. w v n i/ P , lp 14c
iV’ b Js'^uTV^one ßl^ U MEN’S $3.98 TO $6.98 SWEATERS l|
42. All sales final, none C| QQ OT Ms| | Q —Broken lots men's pprt-wool coat j
C ' ° D k/ IJi JL ICitu sweaters with V neck or shawl col-
Seeond Floor / V * W lar. Light and dark
_________ ■& { &.W7 ,„ An , e,rly underpric- _ shades. Some slightly CO 77 I
- ■ j l&MMlIy J .domed* wnh «traw*in ff Oft «oUed. Sizes 36 to 46.... $2.77 ;
CtAA I nl. im&m&r J mans novelty effecU. Yk ■ MEN’S $1.56 WORK PANTS— |
uaa Lor*
CUAr C / colors include p*»- ' I in dark stripes. Made with belt I
/ / f™* l - ro*e. tan, sand, ■ loops, wide-cut legs and cuff
* / / E*nXh ir««* wfik&T *“ bottoms. Sizes 32 to 42 07,
WOMEN’S $5.66 TO 95.56 SHOES / / 1 WuelT ridE* pur- waist 97 C
1 —ll2 pairs women's novelty shoes pies and black. a..—,
in broken sizes. Velvet, patent . . . _ . . _ street Floor
| leather, satin, blonde and C 9 no New Spring Fashions in Felt-and-Straw Hats >
i tui kid $2.98 $3.98 $5.00 ~ _ . .
INFANTS’ SHOES—Clearing out Street Floor Friday Bargains in
160 pairs Infants’ high shoes in « ■ ■ ■ .. ■ n/Mrni nm aaw
button and lace styles. Sizes g«J c ' BUID WtAK
perfect quality, with Cuban or low Wash Goods Remnants atteras, sizes 28 to 36. I
heels. On sale at a sensa- OQc m «a 1/ 1 _ - Also all-wool lumberjacks dea 70
tlonal low price 19c to 39c Values Bg in sizes 8 to 16 J|1.70
CHILDREN’S $3 AND $4 SHOES Accumulations of stanle wash materials In. ■ I BOYS’ SHEEP-LINED COATS—
-200 pairs children s high and low “2* “ , pl * O Sizes Bto 18 years. Os black leath
shoes in Un and black. Strap and eluding yard-wide percale, yard-wide cotton char- ■ M erette, lined with sheep- eo qq
tie models. Broken Cl 70 meuse, yard-wide outing flannel, yard-wide un- B M W skin fleece and corduroy. yyO.Oi7
Blzea ** * bleached cotton, cotton tweeds, white shaker flan- BOYS’ $1.56 KNICKERS—in du
i . WOMEN’S KID SLIPPERS for n el, plain rayon alpaca and 32-inch dress gingham. YARD l? bl j * n | xt^ es > ful,y Qdo
house wear: one-strap style, with «. «« T n ■> .« cr ., Drc . . lined. Sizes Bto 16 years..
leather soles and rubber QQ _ t * le * TO “ SCARFS—Odd lots linen and lace scarfs and OQ BOYS’ $1.25 AND $1.56 PAJAMAS
heels. Sizes 3to 8 van,ty and odd P lece *’ for clearance to OVC -Two-piece pajamas in flannelette,
aM-nna winnr Street Floor. madras, broadcloth and percale.
_■ 1 • ..'in'..,itt.-;." 1 ■■■ a.,"■■■■ Plain and fancy patterns, trimmed
oTTLaiT Chfldren’s Wear T NECKWEAR AND r.,"’”” "T 8 !“ * 97c
CORSETS BERJACK^—AH E - I w o ol N *slip-over . TRIMMINGS Sl, ”‘
a and coat sweaters with roll col- 50. COLLAR AND ciifw «vtc , . _ ...
:
•afilß AND C |NFANTB' rt.SS COATA —Chin* AND*mP?,ETED A ™D
i ssfyyjjsrffif & s-r so " 1 ter ,i 00 “ 69c s,“a. ln s? -jjj,
MftonUuMnrt. Brntoo «, 49 1t» 3 AH ..le. Mgg ‘VjoW.ES-Brok.n WMc W m.ndM ................ 61.29
GIRDLKS I 'AND* 'cHILDHENS **** C ”* T !'„,' ,f ?liiterJ°trnlSJ I,h,d .live,“ta*tin*
GIRDLES AND BANDEAUX of velour, cameltex and chinchilla, cuff and two-clasn style*. cc _
broche, satin and rayon-stripe ms- lined and interlined. Self or fur FUR 'for col- All sizes and all colors 0&C j
VnauX
So!d“ 39c "od . $3.98 «’•»■*« 2 s c rsrV^ M ;.. Bl “ k -.49c
SeeenS Floor 0 Woeond Floor # Street floor' “* f $ street Floor 1
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DOROTHY PARSONS, JERRY MAIZE AND RUTH CRITCHFIELD,
Appearing in the Arts Club fete Monday night.
TWO ZIONIST LEADERS
TO GIVE TALKS HERE
Rabbi Samuel Benjamin and Dr.
Shmarya Levin to Address
Meetings This Week.
Two Jewish leaders prominent in the
Zionist movement will address Wash
ington audiences this week.
Rabbi Samuel Benjamin of New York
will speak at the Sixth Street Syna
gogue Friday night, and Dr. Shmarya
Levin will be the principal speaker at
a mass meeting at the Jewish Com
munity Center Sunday evening.
- Dr. Benjamin will discuss miracle
healing with special reference to the
alleged cures effected at the grave of the
priest at Malden. Mass. He is the
founder of the Cleveland Jewish Center
THE EVENING STAB. WASHINGTON, D. C„ THURSDAY. JANUARY 23, ItSO.
and is prominent in various fields of
Jewish endeavor.
Dr. Levin is said to have done more
to spread the cause of Zionism than
any other figure engaged in the Jewish
homeland movement. He has made an
annual pilgrimage to the United States
since 1907. He has been engaged in a
historical study of the relative claims
of the Jews and Arabs in Palestine, and
it is this phase of the Zionist movement
that he will discuss Sunday night.
TEST PLANE WRECKED.
TETERBORO. N. J., January 23
(iP). —The first test of the new type air
mail plane manufactured by the Fokker
company for the Western Air Express
Co. ended yesterday when the ship
failed to leave the ground and crashed
Into another plane.
The plane was almost demolished
when it caromed from the parked ship
into an auto and then into the side of
a building.
VISITORS SEE HOOVER.
Electric Light Men Call at Execu
tive ’» Office.
President Hoover received the under
ground system committee of the Na
tional Electric Light Association at the
east steps of his temporary office in the
State, War and Navy Building yester
day. About 100 representatives of large
power companies and electrical manu
facturing concerns have been attending
sessions of the committee in the Hotel
Mayflower for the past two days.
Q. M. McCabe of the Detroit Edison
Co.. Detroit, Mich., headed the group
which comprises experts on the subject
of methods of underground transmission
of power.
Henry W. Clark of the Potomac Elec
tric Power Co. Is chairman of the
local committee on arrangements.
- ■" •
Nearly 2.000,000,000 cubic meters
of coke-oven gas were produced in Ger
many last year.
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Quantities Limited ... No Mail, Phone or C . O. D. Orders Accepted
THE Hecht Ca
Below are only a few of the bountiful savings in the one-day eveiit!
Clearance Sale as mmm |
Pre-Inventory Sale of _ , Pre-Inventory Sale of Pre-Inventory Sale of
S2AS and $5.45 Handkerchiefs 89 Merit $5 I ;„™u
Millinery 120 $2.50 to $4 Novelty Felt Hats
Value, mtn J 2 t-\ qc
$uM * c (103) 75c and *1 Imported *r I $1.95 Crept de Chine
I Handkerchiefs, linen pa JL f T J I •
■ and silk, for women., Various styles and shapes UnaCrtitmgS
_ , , , , (310) 25c and 35c. Printed or ... for wear right now.
Including black, navy green, Embroidered L I n e n Sizes to 7?4 but not in * -
wine, brow-n, sand and gray Kerchiefs, for women; IQ every style and color. S | .35
soleils and felts in smart soiled IvrC Soiled. V I ****
styles and every head size (39) 50c Linen Handkerchiefs, Main Finer—The Hecht Ce. *
Third Fleer—The Heeht Ce. embroidered or printed. AP ■ 3 f or J 4
. Women's. Soiled «OC (9K\ Mm'S S 3 (-ant nl
Pre-Inventory Sale of (125) 17c and 25c Handker- broken assortment P of 490 Bloomers, chemise, brench
Miftiuaft’ And for men « women, sizes pan . ,s ’ step : n 5, *«*»*
misses ana linen, broken ini- sol/ ,2) Men’s 112 Silk Hats, ["'J, or t * ,lor ' d ‘ S,zcs
Women s Frocks ttal * : ,*°“ ed -•••••• *^ /2C s, “ s Rnd 7 % $3 95 to 4 “
M «‘" Fleer—The Hecht Co. only *&%*•&%* Main fl .. T _ xll| , urrht Co.
Main Floor—The Hecht Co. _____
* '° C * 59c Bandettes Toys an I Panties Boomer, g9c
t (3) f 7.50 Medium Sised < 3 ®) * lO Imported. Hand
*F Doll Carriage dam- CC made Crepe de Chine Slips,
Or aged fl ** h ’ peach ss 94
r , W f/\w $ I (l) 130 Large Sire Burrows white «r»J.SFsJ
Canton crepe, satin, chiffon, lUI ■ Pool Table Out- COO BA («») $1.29 Glove Silk Vests.
flat crepe, transparent vel- * lit, priced piesh or peach, sizes oq.
vet and taffeta. Blue, red, (35) 75c Small Dressed 30 to 40 057 C
green, rose, eggshell and Well fitting bandettes in Dolls, sleeping eyes, C{\ M>m Floor—The Hecht Co.
peach. Women's and misses.’ lace, net and crepe de with hair
Third Floor—The Hecht Co. chine. Sizes 32 to 38. (1) Table _Chajr Pre-Inventory Sale of
-£ fo me (OP r,fth r,##r - T > , « "«<•»•* Co. floor wimples* ; $5.95 Fur Coats and
$19./9 ana SA9 <D $ 5 - 5 ® Baby Walker, rub- c -
Better Tvne b€r bum P« r « front and ce ocarrs
“ * Pre-Inventory Sale of n * r . rubber-tired wheels
Dresses # v i—■ .
A Foundation Pre-Inventory Sale of #*ner #««« ■
Mfl Garment. Women’. Ho.e tl2 %fTc?** 2 *
* (20) $3 5# to $8.50 Nature’s a^B
Smart for street and after- Rival, Rengo Belts and Warner Owed
noon. Fish net, chiffon, can- Girdles, sizes 21 J 9 dB $1.45 tO $2 S|T||
ton crepe, satin and flat to 36 V * Fiill.Fn thinned Unto all I
crepe In high shades navy (0) $3.50 to $5 Fashion Mode * Ills rSSMOIICCI lIOBC B| w ww
and black. Misses’ and ® t * p ;i n ® lrdle *’ slßes £9 t-i 1 ,f oco * kiflskin with fox
women’s sizes. * ' ®nd 34.0000.00* ■ I coll sir s 2 cocoa caracul paw
Third Floor—The Hecht Co. (13) $3.5# to $5 Nature’s Rival T I coats, and l brown marmot
——■—■■■ in Foundation Garments, on * coat. All size 18.
foe tAQ c/l *l* es 32 40 42 ▼“ All silk, chiffon or medium Third Floor—Tho Hecht Co.
__ t * Pi V (*) ss-50 to sl® Girdles and weight. In a good assort-
Mayfair Shoo Dresses Step-ins by Redfern and ment of colors. ... _ __
7 F C Nature’s Rival, sizes jp Main Floor-Thc Hecht Co. (*) $225 Grey Broad- £OQ
$uM me 32, 33 and 34 $3.49 <-. i ,n— tell Coat, wolf trim.. <?OeJ
| (9) $5 Nature’s Rival and (9 prs.) $3.75 Full-Fash- **) * 39 ® Scotch Mole CQQ
■ • M Redfern Corselettes, loned Silk Mesh Cf AP Coat, size 36
sizes 32, 38, 40, 44 dbO AtZ Hose (1) $39.50 Black *IB
I Evening, afternoon and and d? 0.4«!) (20 prs.) Women’s Fox Scarf sls
sports frocks Cantons. (8) $7.50 to sl2 50 Scantles, of $2 .50 Wool Spattees.... (1) |3».5t Beire
sr» , $5.45 sls
black, tea rose, rust, blue, (84) $7.50 to *12.50 Nature’s damaged Grey *ls
green, red and eggshell. * lwl ‘J 4 <39 prs.) $1 Seamed-Back C ,*v r * C,l l
Sizes for misses and women. Corselettes sizes 32 55 45 Wool and Cotton of <» 3 *» B, * ek «ls
Third Floor—The Hecht Co. to 50— no 36 sjgcf.TU Sports Hose ODC Galyak Scarf
Fifth Floor—The Heeht Co. Main Floor—The Heeht Co. Third Floor—The Heeht Co.
Pre-Inventory
v , Pre-Inventory Sale of Pre-Inventory Sale of Pre-inventory Salo from tho
421 Yards 89c Women’s Blouse* Women’s Stationery
Voivelle Sweaters and Shoes Department
OA VJ Skirts (J 5 „„ s co oe 50c to 60c
O*7C Id * Mieses* Sl6 SO A 125 Arch Support Shoe. Writing Paper
. ... 4 , Mwes $16.50 & $25 (m fli<s# Grenada
for frocks, draperies, negli- Knitted Sweater a s £r. t S."!. w, “: SLBS QQp
gees, etc. 36 inches wide. . Suit*
df # hlapk , snrt , hrAwn Eaton’s Highland Linen, 24
(59) Yards $3.95 Crepe Satin, QC lizard * d & $7.85 sheets of paper, white with
54-inch, copen and oq *r **** colored borders, and 24 cn
rose yard HPI.OO (3 Prs.) $10.50 «e QB ve !2 p . c *„
v 4I „ , 50 smart two and three Watertnake Shoes. —-
(27) Yards $3.95 Satin Moire, p j ecc sweater suits. Shown Ineomnleto .<■* . n d ($ 7 ) $1 sTSTenTT^^^^
40-lnch, white, gray Cl DO in good sports colors. Sizes. Incomplete sise and style Cigarette Boxes, now OEJ r
and red, yard #I.OO Third Floor—The Hoeht Co. range.
~C I „ . ..... . . Fifth Floor—The Heeht Co. < lo *> Me Souvenir
(36) Yard* $4.50 Brocaded Axh Trays, nice for
Silk, 40-lnoh, black OO (25) s6and $8 Flannel, Covert, prizes .... AOC
and white, yard.. V**oo Velveteen Sports Pro-lnvontory Sale of
sia!ass;rs , 1 o 3s 3 » 3 -^ 5 200 Piece. «f Bo y .’ .. f s io * t6 ; s °
>" d 51,88 kJLTwSS. SSJiiiS $6 to $12.95 Antelope Suede Bag.
mSTSSJ** B - Sf $2 95 Wearable. ,^? c » lly Hllf Pric . e
black, white, tan fl OO (5) $10.95 Jersey Blouses, tt cctrauico (8) $5 Bags now $2.50
yard copies of Patou, maize, 090 . (20) $lO Bags now $5
v.rH. n m i mnnrl ,j white, rust and capuclne *rO % F (39) $7.50 Bags n0w...53,75
Brocades*for Inlnas Oft (*) $* $12.95 Metallic (4) $12.50 Bags now.. .$8.25
- ®9c sL?r..*.Tr. <6 J$ BSSrwrsi:::fis
(217) Yards $3.95 to $5.95 Im- (10) $6 Silk Blouses, prints, I) vo '£' u,ts ** * Main Floor—The Heeht Co.
ported Chenille, (js CQ capucine, tan, red and Big Boys Overcoats . . . fmimi ■—■
all-silk, yard ▼ * Spanish melon Sr“ Junior Boys Overcoats . . . Pre-inventory Salo of
(103) Yards $1 to $1.55 Vel- (2®) $4 B Uk Blouses, smart Sheep Lined Leatherette HbUflKa *F*
veteen* 1 to 3 vard aa patterns in prints and d9O Coats . . . Rain Coats . ... 1 lanuuagi
lengths’ yard 66c plain colors Long Trouser Prep Suits ( ,l > s<- 5 ® s*• «4 95
1 ' (0) $6 Skirts, of jersey or ... Leather Windbreakers. Leather Bags
Fifth Floor—the Heeht Co. silk, tuck-in or bodice CA Seeond Floor—The Heeht Co (38 ) 54,95 Leather Bags,
Styles muum—m—mem—mmMmemmmmmmmmmmmml Mime large pOUChSS. OO QE
n . rOf 4A (7) $5 Skirts of colorful Colors only
RciYtTlCLfltS Oi f 1*29 tweeds and silks, tuck- CO (H) Boys $16.95 Over
in styles coats and Heavy CIO QE Pre-inventory Salo of
to $3 (6) $6 Snedlne Lumber Ulster Coats.... to CO 99 OC
, Jackets, reversible, CO QR sf-50 tO $3.95
Silks (26) wo Tnp 5,,t% with Fashion Jewelry
_ _ _ blue, brown, red, green, Cl . . * $10.75 C QC
VJ orchid, tan or white.... sizes 14 to 20... ▼ SI .95
OOC iaUe(V,h redden m 691 «» 515,95 Genuine 1
blue d ’.r Lmther Coate, CIA 95 24 Realstonc pendants set
All sold as is. Short lengths (25) $2 Sliou id e r ettes. sizes 10 to 16 yrs. ▼ • w j t h F renc h marcas j te j n
of 'A to 3J4 yards. Satin orchid (to wear Cl 4ft (») Little Boys’ $7 Over- sterling silver,
crene. nrinted crepe, flat under the coat).. dP**»JVr coats, wool cloth, ei OC M * ,n r, * #r — Th « H*«ht Co.
errne Canton crepe, geor- (13) $6.00 Velveteen wool lined 4^1.290
rhrrked taffeta etc Blonses in brown or C 9 .... - , , (20) $2.95 Round, Oval and
gette, checked tarteta, etc. (24) Boys’ $3 Wool Plaid Square Real Stone
1 1— —— Third "floor—Tho" Hoeht Co. Lumberjacks, light Cl CQ Rings, set in star- Cl OR
(309) Yards $1.59 to $2.95 or dark shades ling silver SIoSJO
Rayon and Celanese , - n . (25) Children’s 81 Wool <l# ) 53 40 59 ww * Brace-
Satin, plain or print- 7Q C Women’s $6.50 and Mufflers, for both boys CA ,et “ * et with col * Cl QC
ed, yard iVC $8.50 and girls IT 50c ®«<J novelg •HO
(337) Yard* |3 to $5 Wool Fjlfthinn Mode (30) Boys* $1 Shirts and Necklaces, choker P** 4 * -
Coatings, 54 Inches *1 * " I, Blouses, rayon stripes CA- lengths, several QC
wide, yard V* Shoe* 110(1 ,anc y OvC styles +**,*9o
(07) Yards 39e Serpentine ▲ m 1155 1 ' 52 lm ' Chane"
Crepe, plain and print- 18. $ A ported Fancy Golf Hose, Cl laces, some with sys qb*
ed, 32-inch, yard *OC now priced at ▼* m fd. pearls
(131) Yards 29e Duckling (*® Prs.) Children's * l2 * 54 Real Stone
Fleece, printed pat- 18. 400 pairs. Best sellers. 75r % and Full Length BA SSwd'wllS’iltMlSSr on ak
terns, yard IDC Black or brown kid, black. "o« OUC linked with sterling
(253) 30c Wash Fabrics, cot- bl “ e or brown suede and <ls) Little Boys’ (6) S7AO Beai stone Bar
ton foulards, brocade, IQ. patent. Air sizes, but not in S 3 Novelty Suits, ci OC Phw In hand
etc., yard 15,C eV o I ;J; fc s U' ,e, . .. . of jersey, wash tops. carved sterling C 9 QC
Fifth Finer—The Heeht Co. , silver qS46*JFO
Fifth Floor—The Heeht Co. mmmmmmmm— l Beeon« Floor—The Heeht Co. Main Floor—Tho Hoeht Co.
Sale—Friday/
Washington Herald ... in which paper are two whole pages of
Pre-Inventory Sale items at Tha Hecht Co.
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