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Friendship Citizens’ Associ
ation Also Approves Plan
for Representation.
A plea for local suffrage and na
tional representation for the District
was made last night in a resolution
passed by the Friendship Citizens’
The resolution asked that District
residents be given the power to elect
a representative to Congress the same
as the States, and that they also be
given authority to select local mu
nicipal office holders. This action was
taken following a debate at the last
association meeting at which both
sides of the subject were presented.
Speaking on the matter at last night’s
meeting, Samuel J. Flickinger, asso
ciation president, said that “it is time
we were given a stake and voice in
local affairs, and it is only right that
we be given enough representation at
the Capitol to not only make our needs
known but to give our requests
Another resolution passed by the as
sociation condemned the service given
by the refuse department, and asked
for better and more frequent collec
tions of trash, garbage and ashes.
This resolution also asked that alleys
be kept cleaner.
A committee was appointed to make
plans for the annual Christmas cele
bration of the association. Mr. Flick
inger announced that the organiza
tion would follow the custom estab
lished last year by award prizes for
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the best decorated homes and business
establishments in the neighborhood.
Plans also were made to take part
in the celebration of the tenth anni
versary of the Tenley branch library,
which will take place tonight in the
library building at Wisconsin avenue
and Albemarle street N.W.
| Schools Head to AddreaB Wheat
ley P.-T. A. Next Week.
Dr. Frank W. Ballou, superintendent
of schools, will address the Wheatley
Parent - Teacher Association next
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Wheatley
Auditorium. He will discuss “What
School Should Mean to Children.”
In addition, slides of the various
madonna pictures will be shown and
explained. Community singing of
Christmas carols will be led by Mrs.
Alice Brooks.
Talk on Counterfeiters.
How the Treasury Department keeps
up with the counterfeiter will be ex
plained to the Washington Round Ta
ble by Julian T. Baber at a luncheon
at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Cosmos
At large, a woman who is spread
ing colds by coughing in the
faces of her unsuspecting victims.
If you see her, offer her Listerine
Cough Drops. They loosen gag
ging phlegm and soothe sore, irri
■ t at ed throats. Made from a special
ist’s formula, they’re medicated.
Real relief—nor mere candy.
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Released from the District Work
house a little more than a week ago,
Benjamin Williams, oolored, was
given sentences by two judges in
Police Court yesterday which aggre
gated 180 days in Jail and lines of
$200 or an additional 120 days.
Williams was arraigned before
Judge Edward M. Curran on charges
of taking clothing, a shotgun and
quantity of shells from two automo
biles. He was sentenced to serve SO
days on each charge.
Prom that court he went before
Judge Hobart Newman, where he was
sentenced to pay «200 or serve 120
days on charges of turning in false
fire alarms. When asked why he
turned the alarms In Williams said:
"I lust like to hear the engines run.”
Greece Gets New Ships.
Shipowners of Oreece recently
ordered 22 new steamers and bought
three built not long ago.
A Sabbath celebration, Oneg Shab
bat, under the Joint sponsorship of
the Sisterhood and the Washington
Chapter of Hadassah, is scheduled for
3 p.m. Saturday at Adas Israel Con
gregation, Sixth and I streets N.w.
The program will have as Its theme
Chanukah, feast of lights, with Rabbi
Solomon Metz speaking on the origin
of Chanukah.
Details of the event are being ar
ranged by Leon Tashof, president of
the Sisterhood, and Mrs. Raphael
Tourovcr. president of Hadassah.
A paper on the music of Chanukah
will be presented by Mrs. Benjamin
Pollack, and Mrs. Simon Hlrshman
will speak on current events. The
choral group of Hadassah and chil
dren of the Anne Roberts Chapter
of Young Judea will sing.
The effect of a scorpion sting is
seldom fatal to human beings.
I ...
s Filled to the brim with 3 pairs
I $1.35 Gold Stripe stockings, a
I lavish evening bag of black silk
velvet or "Metoile" new goid-color
^ fabric. All in a colorful stocking
| chest. $5
I Strikingly copied in hand set
I rhinestones' She'd like to receive
one if she keeps up on fashion's
foibles. Dazzle of clear white or
combined with blue, red or green
llifi li||
Enchanting, new ensemble ideas!
Pure silk satins festive with im
ported laces, that she'd love being
pampered with. Pastels.
Two-piece pajamas, $5.95. Gowns, »
$5. Panties, $1.95. Dance sets.
Chemises, ea. $3.
Mogic os "Merry Christmas"— the
nome "Not Lewis" on this little
gem of a bag covered with simu
lated pearls. Zipper, purse and
mirror fittings. At the unbelievable
pric* of. $5
Two sides of a Christmas story §
in. chic—new Harlequin combina- f§
tion of smooth leather and suede, if
in a distinctive envelope bag and £
1 -clasp gloves, black or brown. if
Boxed specially. $9 W.
Holds more than Santa's pack!
Contains powder comportment,
rouge, mascara, eyebrow pencil,
brush, lip rouge, eye-shadow,
mirror. Star-pricked enamel and
"gold." $J
Dream of o gift is this piece of if
frou-frou to be worn intimately or S
as a poignantly lovely evening 1
wrap. Delicious fluff of white, bud
pink or down blue. $K.95
Cruise or college bound—will both
take to the polished alligator groin
fobricoid bag. With Luxuria and
beautifying creams, tonics, lotions,
rouge, lipstick, eyeshadow. $5
Before-Christmas Reductions! 1
Coats, suits, dresses and sports things—almost a thousand, items corraled for clearance RIGHT AWAY! Size assortments not too B
complete, but get here early and we can almost promise you'll find what you want in your size! Now—if you've been waiting for 9
reductions, here they are—on winter coats and even party clothes—in time for pre-Christmas use and pleasure! S
184 Coats
Now All Coats on Fifth Floor!
30 WOMEN'S $16.95 TO $22.95 117 OR
Swagger styles in camel-hair-and-wool, and wool
and-rayon tweeds—grey, tan, blue, brown, oxford
36 to 42, 35 Vi to 41 Vi.
Lynx, beaver and wolf collared tweeds in tan, blue
and brown—33Vi and 35Vi.
20 WOMEN'S $59.75 TO $69.75 COATS $45
$59.75 & $69.75 Dress Coots with Persian Lamb,
Kolinsky, black fox, kit fox on black, oxford and
green; 36 to 42, 37Vi to 41 Vi. Casual boxy swag
gers with wolf, red fox and lynx on Julliard hair
mixtures in wine, rust, navy, beige, green; 35 Vi to
39Vi and 36 to 40.
10 WOMEN'S $79.75 & $98.75 DRESSY
Black and grey Persian lamb, blue-dyed fox, kit fox,
Kolinsky trimmed coats in black, rust, green, brown,
grey—38 to 42, 35 Vi to 39Vi.
8 WOMEN'S $110 & $125 COATS $85
4 are $125 coats with mink chin collars and panels
to hem, on black, brown, green; 35Vi to 39Vi—4
are kit fox collared grey and oxford coats; 42, 37Vi
to 41 Vi.
10 WOMEN'S $125 & $145 COATS 11 Art
6 with silver fox square shawls on black, were $125;
36 to 44—4 with skunk tuxedo and fox ripple collars
on grey, beige, blue; were $145; 36 & 38.
22 MISSES' $19.95 TO $25 COATS
Swagger, classic, balmacaan and belted double
breasted models of camel-hair-and-wool, Harris
tweeds, herringbones, tweeds—brown, blue, black
and-white, natural—12 to 18.
25 MISSES' $59.75 TO $69.75 COATS
Black-dyed fox, wolf, raccoon, dyed Persian lamb,
and beaver topping boxy and fitted casual and dress
coats—black and high colors—12 to 20.
10 MISSES' $89.75 to $98.75 FURRED
I One of a type—and very high type coats—with silver
fox, dyed blue or grey fox, grey or black-dyed Per
sian lamb, skunk on black, green, grey—12 to 20.
15. JUNIORS' $19.95 TO $25 COATS $15
Fleece, herringbone tweed and plaid woolen coats
in swagger and fitted styles—black-and-white, nude,
green, rust, wine, natural—9 to 17.
15 JUNIORS' $59.75 TO $65 COATS $45
Trimmed with fine furs—grey or black-dyed-Persian
lamb, beaver, black-dyed fox—on granular woolens,
and Strong-Hewatt monotone tweeds in black,
beige, grey, brown—9 to 17.
5 JUNIORS' $89.75 to $98.75 COATS
Silver fox and azure-dyed white fox and black-dyed
Persian trimmed dress coats in black or grey—sizes
11 to 17.
15 MISSES' $25 & $29.75 SUITS $12.50
Beige, grey, brown and green tweeds in finger-tip
or jacket length styles, some trimmed with braid,
big buttons or patch pockets. Misses' sizes.
Two-piece suits with great shawls of beaver or
raccoon—two 3-pc. suits with wolf on full-length
and %-length swagger topcoats—brown, rust, beige,
green in misses' sizes.
12 MISSES' $59.75 & $65 SUITS $32.50
Beaver collared full-length fitted coat styles_Per
sian lamb banded boxy swagger types—beaver col
lared full-length boxy swagger suits—green, gold,
beige, brown. Misses' sizes.
Misses' and Women's
All the Second Floor Shops!
Black with Persian lamb trim and vivid sash, size 16.
1 MISSES' $98.75 WEDDING GOWN $49.75
Ivory slipper satin of rayon, size 16.
4 $55 & $59.75 WEDDING GOWNS $29.75
Ivory and white satins, laces, nets of rayon; 14 to 18.
15 MISSES' $29.75 & $39.75 DRESSES $19.95
7 Evening gowns in white, rust, black, rose rayon
satins and taffetas—5 black costumes of Forstmann
wools with Persian Lamb trimmed boleros and boxy
coats—5 daytime dresses in brown and black, and
sporty natural cashmere-and-rayons—12 to 20.
7 MISSES' $25 & $29.75 DRESSES $15
For evening: Shirred rayon velvet bolero over dress of
rayon crepe in green and purple—blue and char
treuse rayon moire formals—dressy daytime styles in
royal, black, green, blue crepes of rayon—12 to 20.
9 WOMEN' $29.75 DRESSES $19.95
Afternoon blacks, with sequin, button and rayon
satin trims—evening and dinner dresses in blue, rust
and green rayon crepes, satins, laces—broken sizes
. 34 to 42.
17 WOMEN'S $29.75 & $39.75 DRESSES $ | 5
Majority afternoon dresses in 1-pc. and jacket effect
styles of black, brown and green rayon crepes and
crush-resistant velvets—also 2 evening dresses in
blue rayon crepe and rust-rayon satin-back crepe—
34 to 42 and few half sizes.
Dressy and tailored styles with metallic, rayon satin,
braid, openwork and rhinestone trims on black,
brown, wine and green—broken sizes 40’/2 to 50’/2.
25 MISSES' $16.95 & $19.95 DRESSES $|0.95
Street and afternoon 1 & 2-pc. types of rayon
crepe, smooth rayon alpacas, sheer wools—short
and long sleeves, full skirts, in black, brown, green,
wine, aqua—also 13 DINNER DRESSES of rayon
non-crush velvets and crepes and moires with jackets
in black, blue, wine, green—12 to 20.
15 MISSES' $16.95 DRESSES $7.95
Crepes, alpacas of rayon—1 & 2 pc. with button and
zipper trims—black, brown, green, wine—12 to 20.
20 WOMEN' $16.95 DRESSES $10.95
One and two of a style—1-pc. street & afternoon
types in rayon crepes with V or high necklines, long
sleeves, nailheads, embroidery, shirring, appliques,
contrasts in black, blue, rust, brown, green—rayon
lace dinner dresses in pastels—36 to 44 and \6Vi
to 22Vi.
Knits, Tailored Wools,
Now Two Sports Shops on Third Floor!
37—$8.95 & $10.95 KNIT DRESSES $2.95
2-Pc. Cross-patch and novelty weave zephyr wools in
natural, blue, wine, brown, green—12 to 20.
41—$10.95 & $19.95 KNIT DRESSES $5.95
Chenille wool-and-rayons, striped —100% wool
zephyrs, rayon boucles and caronnes—few Bradley
knits—1 and 2-pc. styles in black, green, rose,
brown, some plaids—12 to 42.
19—$10.95 to $16.95 SPORT DRESSES $7.95
One and. 2 pc. styles—including Bradley knits,
tailored rayon-and-wools, suede-trimmed zephyr
wools, wool-and-rayon chenilles, rayon boucles—
green, rose, brown, blue, plaids—14 to 40.
62—$13.95 to $19.95 KNIT DRESSES $ 10 95
'Tailored wools, striped wool zephyrs, rabbit-hair
knits, angora knits, wool jerseys in 1 fir 2-pc. styles—
black, blue, green, beige, rust, also two-tone green,
brown, stone blue combinations—14 to 46.
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Navy, brown and wine, 1 and 2 pc. dresses—few
Bradley knits, cashmere-and-rayon blends, plaid
wools—12 to 20.
19—$3.95 BLOUSES $2.95
Dusty pink, green, rust, navy, brown, black and
white in satins and crepes of rayon—32 to 42.
52—$5.95 BLOUSES, SHIRTS $3.95
Satins and crepes—the rayons of quality, in stone
blue, green, rose, navy, black, brown, white—32
to 42
21— $8.95 & $10.95 BLOUSES
Pure silks and rayons in satins, crepes and sheers—
dressy, dinner and strictly tailored types in while,
eggshell, brown, green, black, rust, wine, dusty pink,
stone blue—32 to 42.
The 4th Floor Dress Shop
79 MISSES' & WOMEN'S $7.95, $10.95,
$12.95 DRESSES
50 are $10.95 & $12.95 Formal and Sunday Night
Dresses for misses! Nets, crepes, satins, laces, taf
fetas of rayon in pink, blue, green, white, red; 12
to 20. 29 are $8.95 afternoon rayon crepes, sheer
wools, jerseys, plaid wools, rayon velvet with lace
sleeves, for misses and women.
14 MISSES' $5.95 DRESSES $2.95
One and 2 pc. rayon alpacas and novelty weave
crepes in black and high shades.
Junior Deb Shop—Fourth Floor t
21 JUNIORS' $7.95 DRESSES $3.95
Dressy types with rhinestone trims, tailored shirt
types, 1 and 2 piece with long and short sleeves,
in rayon crepes—also plaid and plain wools—black
and bright colors—broken sizes 11 to 17.
40 JUNIORS' $10.95 & $12.95 DRESSES
Tunics with sequins—with shirred waistlines—rayon
taffeta princess style, rayon-velvet-buttoned down
the front—metal and bone trimmed black and bright
rayon crepes—broken sizes, but exciting variety—
11 to 15.
25 JUNIORS' $16.95 DRESSES $8.95
High colors—metal thread embroideries, gay glitter
ing rayon crepe afternoon dresses for sizes 11 to 17.
50 JUNIORS' $10.95 DRESSES $5.95
Draped bodice, long and short sleeve, tucked waist
line dresses of rayon crepe with candlewick, braid,
fringe, zippers, embroideries for trimming—1-pc. in
green, margot wine, plenty of blacks and holiday
high shades—few plaid and rabbit-hair wools—
11 to 17.
36 MISSES' fir WOMEN'S $10.95, $12.95 OR P
DRESSES *0.70 p
Black, brown, green, red afternoon crepes, mate- |||
lasses of rayon, and few sheer wools in red, green, m
brown—sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44. fl
Samples! $16.95 to $19.95 DRESSES $10
Lucky 13's—all in this sample size—1 and 2 pc.
novelty rayons, rayon-and-wools, in brilliant holiday
colors, blacks, whites. School and frolic types. ^
30 JR. $16.95, $19.95 DRESSES $|Q
From stock—metal-embroidered tunics, boleros,
basic dresses, braid trims—tomorrow.
8 JUNIORS' $29.75 DRESSES § |^ 95
One style with Persian lamb trim, another in two
tone contrasts—rich lovely rayon crepes—black and
-colors—11 to 17.
Galyak collared contrasting coat and dress—sizes 11
Holiday Extras in FURS! I
Hudson—Seal-dyed—Muskrat J
Black Persian Lamb
Pick out any one of them and judge them by
high standards of value as our expert furrier
did when he chose these fur coats! Their
careful workmanship, fine pliant skins, rich,
deep, lasting dyes and beauty of cut will
stand the test of long and satisfactory wear.
Hudson Seal-dyed Muskrat coats dyed by A.
Hollander, your assurance of a dye retaining
its deep black, the life of the coat. New
boxy swaggers, sizes 12 to 20. $198.
Black Persian Lamb coats—a rich glossy jet
black in swaggers that incline toward the
tubular, sizes 12 to 20. $198.
Short coats of skunk, caracul, black Persian
Lamb. $198.
| OurChubbies, too! The short fur coats that
are such a tremendous success this season.
Skunk, Black Persian, Black Caracul Lamb.
For Sal*it, Fifth Floor. I
Little Hats are newest!
$5 ®nd $5.95
Fine fur felts
Bagheera rayon velvets
French belting ribbons
Snaky straw twists on sailors—pillboxes
charmingly long—streamered—kepi-shaped
turbans alive with wide bands of straw—
tilted berets and tantalizing off-the-face
styles, many complete with veils! Grand for
burrowing down into big collars—and taking
you through the holiday festivities.
Gala colors to add a bit of cheer to your
winter accessories or black and brown.
Headsizes 21 Vi to 24.
Twin peaks stitched rayon Crowns topple to the lovely ,
veiled Bagheera velvet tur- new low of this pancake be
ban draped ond twisted close ret of Petersham silk and
to the head, $5. rayon ribbon, $5.
For the holidays—the Better Millinery is located with the Little
* Hat Shop—Street floor.

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