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LASHLEY QUADS 15 YEARS OLD TODAY LEITCHFIELD, KY.—Porter Lashley’s quadruplets celebrated their 15th birth- j days with an ice cream party at school today. The hosts outnumbered the guests, there being four Lashleys and only three non-Lashleys in the eighth-grade pa- ; rochial class. The quads, seated at their desks, are (left to right) John, Beulah, Martine and Mildred.—AP Wirephoto. Dulles to Explain Tank Sale as Vital to Peace By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER Associated Press BtaO Writer Secretary of State Dulles is expected to tell Senators tomor row that vital security interests in the Middle East dictated the United States decision to send 18 light tanks to Saudi lArabia. Officials indicated this line of argument today as Mr. Dulles, just back from a 10-day vacation, settled down to a quick review of the situation in preparation for critical question ing by the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committee. Informants said one issue at which Mr. Dulles will take a new look is Israel's request, pending since last November, for SSO million worth of weapons to counter Egypt’s arms purchases from Communist Czechoslovakia. There is considerable specula tion in the State Department that Mr. Dulles may soon decide, subject to approval by President Eisenhower, to sell Israel some defensive weapons such as anti aircraft guns or jet fighter, planes. >o Change in Policy However, informed officials said this question is still open. They said there has been no change in the policy of delaying a decision on the request wnile seeking by diplomacy to ease Arab-Israeli tension. On his return from the Baha mas Islands yesterday, Mr. Dulles said he first learned of the uproar over the shipment of tanks to Saudi Arabia when he reached Miami and began to “read the papers.” He said he would "bone up” for his appear ance before the Senate commit tee tomorrow afternoon. Officials said the basic line of argument prepared for Mr. Dulles covers these main points with respect to the tank deal: 1. The United States must negotiate by next June a re Winter Tightens Grip In Europe; 804 Dead LONDON, Feb. 23 OP). —Grieving, frozen Europe counted at least 804 dead today in the worst winter in living memory. Even colder weather was forecast for the week end. Central Europe—one vast expanse of crusted snow—anxiously watched its food and fuel supplies dwindling as the disastrous freezeup went into its 24th day. Huge ice packs floated down the North Sea. Temperatures along Germany’s Baltic coast dropped to 4 above zero. Ice floes paralyzed shipping on Dutch canals and threatened the Netherlands with a serious coal shortage. A local thaw brought land slides to Southern Italy. At' Vasto, near Pescara, 50 families LOST AIRDALE. female, brown with black back, very curly hair; friendly but ihy; Huffy’ Tac 141111); vicinity Albemarle at._n.W-: rcward._EM. 2-9285. —24 CAT. mixed Abyaalnlan altered male, gray fur resembling saulrrel. Lout Sun. vie. Takoma Park rec. center. Reward. JU. 5-0337. —26 CAT. Siamese sealpoint. male, ft mot old: vie Wli. and N at. n w.: reward FE 3-173:1 _ —33 CHANGE PURSE with watch and money; "G O B vie. ShlrUniton bus from Navy Anne* to Clarendon, Va. Reward. _JA- 2-648! after 6 P.m. —3B COCKER, female, dark red: nr. Ala. ave s.e Reward. LO. 2-3715. DOG. black Scotch terrier: Palla Church. Va, area Call JE. 4-3387 after 8 _p.m. ~6* DOG. cocker apantel, black, male. 8 mos,: vie. Adams inti rd., Irving at.; "Blackle": reward. CO. 5-2130. —2O DOG. female black. lona haired, white breast and paws: cocker-terrier; studded collar: vie Univ. lane and Riggs rd ; reward. ME. 8-5484 or TU. 2-5392. _____ —26 DOG. gray. French poodle, large min iature. black collar; vicinity sth and Florida n.w.; reward. CO. 5-1881. GLASSES, lady's, rhinestone trim; be tween Giant and Dlener - *. Rhode Island ave, n.e.. Thurs.. am. Days, OL. 8-8633; nights, week end, WA. 7-2821. JADE EAR~ DROP, Bat”eve.7~vlc~up town. Reward. Call EM. 2-7789. WRIST WATCHrMovado, alligator strap. Vic sth and Penns, ave. a.; to “Foggy Bottom”. Reward. LI. 8-4871. FOUND CAT. male, gray Persian. Vic. Falls! Church, Va. Owner or good Virginia, _home. KI. 9-3959. ! COCKER, female, red. Vicinity of Wild- ! wood Manor. Betheada. OL. 7-9833. change purse on F It. n.w. down town, Sat.. Feb. 18. ME. 8-8480. DOG. terrier type, male, black and white, vie. 100 Mt Vernon ave. Owner call KI 11-3969. DOG. terrier type, female, white and tan. Vie at. Steven's School. Owner or good Virginia home. KI. 9 '31)518 FOX TERRIer7 black and white, male, young, long tall, black collar. Vic. Brentwood village: has been wander ing streets over 2 weeks. Call MRS. FOWLER, RE. 1,-5073. GLASSES. In brown case, sunglass at tachment: vie. Georgia ave. and Dahlia it. n.w._ Call ra. 3-3257; PUPPY, approx. 4" mol. old, female, brown and white. Vic. of B. Dak. and _ Bladensburg rd. AP. 7-1292. PUPPIES. 2 males, black and white and brown and white. Vic. >2OO BurymOF Owner or good Virginia Mb newal of air base rights at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. That base is one of a chain which the United States considers vital to its retaliatory striking power. 2. The Soviet Union has been making overtures to Saudi Ara bia and is prepared to sell that nation arms. 3. The United States has In Saudi Arabia important oil rights which might be jeopard ized by a worsening of relations with that country. 4. The Government decided, when the tank sale was approved last fall, that the increase in Saudi Arabian military strength would not materially affect the over-all military balance be tween Israel and the Arab bloc. Pro-Israel Pressure Grows Despite this reasoning, officials concede the disclosure of the tank sale a week ago and the consequent public dispute over it, including a two-day embargo on all Middle East arms shipment, has increased greatly pressure for the sale of some arms to Israel. One of the questions confront ing Mr. Dulles is what to do about this change in the situa tion. Assistant Secretary of State George V. Allen, whose province is Middle Eastern affairs, was reported to have told a House foreign affairs subcommittee yes terday the United States will not promote an arms race in the Middle East. t ! fled as their homes collapsed on i a crumbling hillside. In North ern Italy more snow was fore l cast. In Southern France snow 50 Inches deep cut off villages and ; tore down phone and power lines, i Prices of vegetables and eggs • rocketed as farmers and truck gardeners reported crippling f| losses. ! ! The weather took a heavy toll ■of birds and wild animals. Deer • walked through the busy streets of Bad Harzburg, Germany, look ing for food. Fifty hungry gulls attacked a fried potato seller’s booth in Holland and made off ' with his stock. Reene Korniga, a vaudeville snake charmer, went to the . Mayor of Bethunes, In Northern ’ France, for help in warming her eight pythons and five alligators, i The Mayor provided quarters on . the City Hall radiators. Once !! they were thawed out. Miss Kor iniga put her pets back in trunks with hot-water bottles. 1 Icepacks piled up on the Danube, Rhine, Elbe and Weser - Rivers, all main streams of Eu -1 ropean transport. Register now at the District Building, and vote in the Dis trict election May 1. NEED COAL? If you need coal, call Washing ton's Old Reliable Firm at Re public 7-5800. Immediate deliv ery in D. C, Maryland and Vir ginia. When It’s coal you want, remember . . . Tht Old Mhbl • A. P. WOODSON CO. Reds Offer Aid To Lebanese BEIRUT, Lebanon. Feb. 23 UP). —Russia dangled a tempting | offer of technical aid before j Lebanon today in renewed ef forts to stimulate trade with the Arab state and keep it out of the • western camp. \ A six-man economic develop ment commission has begun an t intensive two-week campaign to t boost Soviet trade with the Leb } anese before launching similar 1 drives in Syria, Egypt and other • Arab states. 1 Soviet Minister S. P. Kiktev ■ called on pro-western President t Camille Chamoun shortly after the mission arrived yesterday. 1 The Russian reportedly offered i Soviet technicians and equip - ment to build up Lebanon's trade 5 with the Communist bloc and further her development proj , ects. 1 The aid offer was said to in-; i volve road building, hydroelec i trie dams. Irrigation, railway and > seaport Improvements. The Russians launched their ■ latest economic campaign at a time when the Arab states are bitter against western support of | Israel. 1 Already intrigued over the '■ prospects of real Soviet techni • cal aid, many Arab leaders are 1 expected to grab the chance to > play Soviet offers against Ameri ! can aid programs. ' Syria, which has moved to the left over the past year, is ex ' pected to welcome the Soviet ; mission. Czechoslovakia and Russia already are bidding , against western companies to ; build a giant oil refinery in ; Syria. ; ~ Table Tennis Suit ' Rejection Upheld The United States Court of Appeals today upheld a District Court decision in throwing out a suit brought by a table tennis expert because he was expelled from a table tennis club. Charles S. Geier, attorney and an expert ping pong performer. . had asserted he was damaged [ by the expulsion order of the District Table Tennis Associa r tion. The Appellate Court said it 1 could find no error in the lower Court proceedings “affecting sub -1 atantlal rights” of Mr. Geier. ' Japan Won't Let China Look at Banned Goods i TOKYO, Feb. 23 Iff).—' The Japanese government today re . Jected a plan of Japanese busi i nessmen to display strategic : goods at trade fairs in Commu : nlst China. The International T> ~- I motion Association was told It . could not shew, su Luut, .„ | Peiping and Shanghai, items . which the free world embargo , prohibits shipping to the Chi , nese Reds. nledl FUEL OIL? ' Automatic weather controlled de liveriaa. Meter printed delivery 3 tickets your guarantee of letting all the oil you pay for We nerve D C.. • Md, Ve. U«e Our Budget Plan. Tht Old Rtliablt A. P. WOODSON GO. 1313 H ST N.W. RE, 7-5800 I SPECIAL ! 18 Beautiful Fresh-Cut ROSES SO-95 BLACKISTONE FLORISTS 1407 H St. N.W. (Downtown) DI. 7-1300 1631 H St. N.W. (Downtown) ST. 3-4675 4874 Mail. Ave. N.W. (Spring Valley) EM. 3-1606 House Group Starts Study of District Budget By DON S. WARREN A five-man House Appropria tion subcommittee began a searching examination of the proposals of the District Com missioners to spend at least $182.8 million in the fiscal year beginning July 1. If the financing is arranged, through new loads of taxes and a higher Federal payment, the city heads Will submit an addi tional budget of $13.2 million for public works projects. This would raise the grand total to $196 million. The added layer has been held back pending congressional ac tion on a new revenue measure, now awaiting final action by the (fiscal subcommittees of the House and Senate District Com mittees. This Joint group hopes to write up its revenue bill at a session next Monday. Makeup of Subcommittee ! The House Appropriations sub committee is headed by Repre sentative Rabaut, Democrat of (Michigan. The others are Rep iresentatlve Passman of Louisi ana and Natcher of Kentucky, 'Democrats, and Wilson of In diana and James of Pennsyl vania, Republicans. All served on the same sub committe last year when some j heavy cuts in the city’s spend ing plans were recommended to jthe House and approved there. As the first session began to day. with the press and public excluded, in keeping with the custom of the House Appropria tions Committee. Chairman Ra baut was asked for a general comment, and was he looking for economies. His answer was: “We are beginning a general study of the whole budget plan, with a view of being as gracious as possible." On Capitol Hill there is no dodging the fact that the Dis trict not only again has a fi nancial crisis but that it appears more formidable than before. Depends on Federal Share The whole plan of the city heads Is based not only on a proposed slO.l-million increase in city taxes, but also on an in crease in the Federal payment. Under present law the Federal payment is supposed to be S2O mlllidh. Last year the House called for a $4 million reduction in this, later compromising with ; the Senate on a Federal share of $lB million. The pending budget calls for a Federal payment of $22 million. Also before the House Appropri-j ations Committee is a Budget' Bureau-District request to re store the $2 million in the Fed eral share that was lost last year. This financial picture is ex pected to be explored in the opening days of the Rabaut sub committee hearings. Among the first witnesses to be heard in the executive sessions were James L. Martin, city finance officer and assessor, and Schuyler Lowe, director of General Administra tion. The Commissioners and other officials will be questioned on the same theme. If past practices are followed, as is expected, taxpayer and other civic groups will be heard by the Rabaut subcommittee at an open hearing before the sub committee sits down to write up jits own bill. I SS^j HESSICK CALL Dl. 7-07*4 Coal (Fuel Oil | ASK ABOUT OUR fl BUDGET PLAN g| Special Offer! PRE-SEASON RUG CLEANING at pHari I LjmlJ pr,ces The busy season for our plant starts in Morch This is our ’slock" month. To keep our plant busy, we will cleon 2 ot youi rugs tor the price ot one, this week only. EXAMPLE: It you have 4 rugs to clean, we match the 2 larger ones and charge you only tor the larger rug Then we match the 2 smaller ones and chorge you only for the larger of those You con get as many rugs cleaned os you wish, at these "2-for-l'' prices. So it Is really quite a sovlng. Plmm hov« your rugs rolled up and ready when w« call tor special, fait sarvtc* phene M|*» Stone ot -8000 CARPETLAND Blair Rood N W 4529 Wisconsin Avenue N.W , THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. •• THDBBDAT. HBKBAKI C 3. IMS Lewis & Thos. Saltz... 1409 G Street Odds & Ends Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday Only! Many Items at Vx Price and Less! i We have made further and final reductions on selected groups of merchandise in order to clear stocks before we open our new Spring season next Monday. This \ sale is for three days only and provides some of the greatest bargains of the year. 5 ! FINAL REDUCTION! FINAL REDUCTION! ? SHIRTS AND NECKTIES MEN'S SUITS ■ .... . . 4 dr 2 —OS Hoad Tailored Wonted Suit* by Lebow. All single 5 !7TL 6 - 50 ' WTV 1 ! P '!! k , S!* A n ««'»'"? f*?™* W breasteds, 40 stout. HALF PRICE .$47 50 i of shirts in oxford cloths, broodcloth* end fine imported pimos. , Regular collars and round button-down collars. Some pleated * Sufti. Browns and grays. 44 bosoms. _. $1.95 «nd $3.95 re ° ulor; 40 s,oUt ’ MALF PR,CE s4l W 3—5165 Double Breasted Nuvy Blue Suit*. Finest imported 674—55.50 Fine White Skirt*. Broadcloths and oxfords. French fabrics. 38, 39, 40 short. HALF PRICE $79.50 and button cuffs. Most sizes 53.95 JL> 15—582 Covert Suit*. Single breasted Ivy models, 36 to 42 reg.; JL 114—58.50 Imported Broadcloth Shirts. ''Downing'' quality, 38 to 41 short; 37 to 46 long $62.50 regular collar. French cuffs. ..... - $5.95 7—575 Olive Green Gaberdine Suits. Ivy models. 38, 40, 42 reg.; 156—510.95 "Ashley" English Broadcloths. Beautiful quality 40, 41 short- 48 long. $62 50 ; Egyptian cotton. Single needle tailored. French cuffs - $7.95 6—5135 Chester B.rri. Mode-in Engkmd Suits.' Long-wearing F-"" - ”"™-—cheviots. Bold patterned. 39, 40, 42 regular; 42 short. SB9 95 ' Se ' eCted foU '° rdS ° nd Woo ' Ch oc!: >s^-sllO Imported Harris Twood Suit*. Browns and g” 39 THAN HALF PRICE. Vsc 40, 41, 43, 44, 46 reg.; 39, 41, 42, short; 40 10ng...584.50 ★ 76—53.50 Silk Repp Ties. Speciol grouping ot neat ties in dis- * 7 , 5 Froemon Suits. Grays and browns. 40, continued color combinations $1.35 42 ' 46 • reflulor; 39 short - 554.50 : X 71—575 Gray Flannel Suits. Medium gray, oxford groy, oxford 54—-$6.50 to $lO Neckties. Silk foulards and woven silks brown. Natural shoulder models. Good range of sizes... $62.50 slightly shopworn. LESS THAN HALF PRICE $1.95 15—575 Imported Tweed Suits. Broken sizes. $62.50 12—575 Orion and Wool Suits. Natural shoulder models. Crease MANY OTHER FINE NECKTIES FROM $2.50 to $8.50 . . . retaining fabrics. Broken sizes . . $62 50 ■ REDUCED HALF PRICE AND LESS $1.25 * $3.95 13-$7 B W.r*ed Suit,. Conservative patterns. Natural should." i SPORTSWEAR First Floor . s ' z * fO T, : ****? , A 9—5145 Lebow Cashmere Suit,. Handsome chor-tones. 40, 42, 19—52T.50 and $29.50 Sport Vest,. All wool tottersolls ond * 43, 44, 46 regulor; 38 short. 40 long $124 50 | solid colors. Hond tailored. 38, 40, 42, 44 .. $14.95 ___ .. J 36—519.95 to $25 Slocks. Flannels, coverts, gabardines. Most TROPICAL SUITS . . . MOST HALF PRICE I i i i es '-. , . ef1 !5i lars ' shor,s ; , lon ° s V- - - ----- $15.95 5—535 Ton Single and Double Breasted Suits. 37, 38, 48 stout. ‘ 29—535 Cotton Twood Jacket*. Repp striped lined. Neat her- HALF PRICE sl7 50 <; SriS'SSS ".WS range HALF PRICE - . $12.50 40 short; 39 ' 40 ' 44 lo " 9 HALF PR,CE ~ $22.50 ■ 11—527.50 ond $29.50 Wash 'N Wear Jackets. Nylon and 3—sßs All Wool Lightweight Tropicals. Tans and grays. Doublu ’ ond Orion ond Dacron feotherlight jackets. Blue, groy, ton, breasted models. 37 regulor; 37 short; 39 long. HALF PRICE, checks Broken sizes HALF PRICE AND LESS $12.95 $42.50 5—524.50 Nylon Cord Jackets. Chor-groy ond blue. 46 reg.; I“™ ,m^m 1™"““^ 38, 39 long. LESS THAN HALF PRICE. $9.95 I—s9s Hond Tailored Lightweight Worsted Suits. Mode by 1 „ ’ I Lebow. 40 long. LESS THAN HALF PRICE $44.50 2—555 Silk ond Wool Leisure Jackets. Oyster white. 38, 40 long. LESS THAN HALF PRICE $14.95 23—578.50 Imported Cotton Suits. Lightweight Italian fabrics; ' “^—— fine tailoring. All single breasteds, neatly patterned. 40, 41, 42, X- 7—sls Denim Coots. Washable. Char-gray and pink, 46 reg. 45 regu | or; 38, 39, 40, 42 short; 39, 40, 41 long $64 50 I * ond 46 long. LESS THAN HALF PRICE $4.95 TfiDPAATC AKIM rtllTtorAATC L 13—525 Zipper Jecketi. "Pendleton” virgin wool tartans ond I UrCOATi AND OwTcKwOATu orlon fleece-lined nylon coats. 40 to 46 - $14.95 dr 21—585 Gabardine Topcoats. Natural tan, set-in sleeves. 36 l j 9—579.50 Cethmere Sport Blouses. Hand tailored. Fully lined. to 46 regular; 36 to 42 short; 38 to 46 long $72.50 ! Chor-groy, chdr-brown, black. 38 to 46 $49.50 $—578.50 London Weatherproofs. Reversible tweed ond gob -11—557.50 Forstmonn Chermeen Leisure Jackets. Gold, white, ordine Topcoots. 36, 38, 40, 42 regular; 40, 42, 44 long, navy, beige, green, brown. HALF PRICE $28.75 $62.50 CDABT CUIDTC A kin DAI A CUIDTC 19—598 Velvet Cellar Coots. Browns and grays. Hand tailored. DrUKI sniKID AND rVJLAJ JHIKIS 37< jg, 3g 4Q( 41< 44 reg _. 37 t 0 4I short; 39 40/ 42 , 46, Long ond Short Sleeve* 48 long $82.50 . X 19—513.50 to $16.50 Polo Shirts. Long and short sleeves. All 9—5125 Chester Barrie Mada-ln England Hand Woven Tweed . wool, silk ond wool; solids ond fancies. HALF PRICE, Outercouts. 37, 44 regular; 36, 37, 39 short; 39, 40, 41, 42, I $6.75 t* $8.25 44 l0 "9 - 584.50 . I— ———s 7—sllß Town and Country Alpuca Lined Tweed Coats. 40, 42 !| 94—55.95 to sls Short Sloova Sport Shirts. Batistes, cottons, regular; 38, 40, 42 long $98.50 toffetas, ginghams. Solids ond checks. HALF PRICE, 5—5125 Gobardinga Tartan Lined Topcoats. Made in England. , $4.48 to $7.50 36, 42 regular; 38, 40 long $94.50 ‘ L— ± 7 —sllo Rode* Reversible Coats. Gobardine ond Tweed. 36, JL. 186—58.95 to $13,50 Sport Shirts, long sleeves. By Excello W 3fi regulor; 36 37/ 38 39 short; 40 42( 44 tong $84.50 I ond other tine makers. All single needle tailored; all washable .... r . .... ..j fabric* c 11 1 yi uflc-r HALF PRICE AND LESS S 4 o*i 29—5155 Cethmere Coats. Single and double breasted. Navy fabr.es. 5, M, L, XL. MOST HALF PRICE AND LESS b|ue Havon<J brown natura | ton . 37/ 38( 42> 44, 46 regular; 56—512.50 to $16.50 Sport Shirts. Cotton taffetos, pure silks, 35 33 39 4 Q ( 4 2 short; 37, 39, 40, 44, 46 long, $124.50 I cotton paisleys, S. M. L. XL. HALF PRICE AND LESS $6.95 (DADT iACVETC C JEI 1 JL 134—516.50 to $18.50 end S2O Long Sleeve Sport Shirts. Great SPORT JACKETS ... Second Floor variety of fobrics including famous English woven flannels. 9—565 Imported Tweed Jackets. Hand tailored. Off white, : Single needle tailored. S, M, L, XL. MANY HALF PRICE, $9.95 navy blue ond brown. 38, 39 regular; 38, 40 long. HALF 18—56.95 Cotton Polo Shirts. Long sleeves. Turtlenecks. Italian PRICE $32.50 1 * collars. S, M, L, XL. LESS THAN HALF PRICE $2.95 4—565 Ton Hand-Wovon Scotch Shetland!. 37, 38 regular; 37. eu/>| ICU D A IhICAATC 33 s^ort - HALF PRICE $32.50 CNuLISIi KAINCUA I S UL 3—595 Lebow Sport Jackets. Bold glen plaids. 41, 42 regular. 1 X 85—529.95 Imported English Poplin Raincoats, Poplin lined. LESS THAN HALF PRICE $44.50 . * Single breasted, fly front, Bal collor. All sizes $21.95 3—sßs Silk Sport Jackets. Light blue ond lovat green. Hand 27—565 English Wool (80%) end Cotton (20%) Gabardine toHored 3 8 39 regulor HALF PRICE ------- --- $42.50 _ . „ , ' . . . „ ~ 17—555 Block Shetland Sport Jockcts. Hand tailored. 39, 40, 2n 80 ' ' O9 0n S * * ' y eaaVc 41 regular; 37, 38, 39, 41, 42 short; 38, 39, 40 long. $34.50 ~ j esc a e j-»- o • ,l *—542.50 Black Imported Linen Jackets. 40, 41 reg.; 40 11—565 ond SBS AquoKutum Esped.t,on Romcoot* ond Tmnch short; 37, 39, 40 kmg ... $29.75 Coot * -- - S4V.SU ond J6V.SU 11— S6B Imported Harris Tweed Jackets. Brown ond gray heoth- UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY ers 37, 44 regular; 38, 40 short; 41 long.-. $52.50 unwcntTEHlt nvjitiv . 18—595 Imported Cornel Hoir Sport Jacket.. Woven in Scotland. dr >37—52.50 Beser Broadcloth Shorts. Broken sizes mostly sue M Havono brown, dove gray, navy blue, natural tan. 38, 39, 40, 41, : 40. HALF PRICE $1.25 46 reg.; 39, 41,42 short; 38, 40, 41, 42, 46, 48 long ..$74.50 125—51.50 Athletic Undershirts. Swiss rib. 2-ply yarns 98c 2—sso Novy Blue Sports Jackets. 39 reg.; 42 short. $39./5 „ c , , jsj i a Lt-» u e.. a 13—555 Shetland Sport Jackets. Grays and browns. 37, 38, 40 6^ —$2 ;! 5 Cathm,n •" d Nyl °" A " kl#t Ho “- Seve " S oc reg.; 38, 40, 41,42 short; 46,48 long; 40 extra long. $44.50 colors Most sizes ------ - - ‘ »—562.50 Hand Woven Shetland Jackets. Browns ond green LESS^ T M 95c heathers. 37, 38, 40, 44 regulor; 39, 40, 41 10ng... $49.75 MEN'S SLACKS . . . Second Floor 197—54.95 Coshmere (75%) ond Nylon (25%) Argyle p ' Hose. Anklet styles. Authentic argyles ond panel argyles_ 6 —j 2 2.50 Lightweight Wool Slacks. Brown. 30, 31, 32, 42 ! 10Vz to 13. - $2.95 waist. HALF PRICE -—511.25 PAJAMAS, HANDKERCHIEFS 19—532.50 "Geo. Holler" All Wool Slacks. Char-brown, chor . . __ blue, char-gray. ALL large waist sizes, 40, 42, 44 HALF 12—54.95 Balbriggan Pajamas. B only -- $2.95 PRICE $16.25 JL 67—56.50 and $6.95 Pojomos. Woven striped broadcloths, 9—516.50 Tropical Worsted Slocks. Tans, blue, light blues. *3O, end to end weaves, solid color broadcloths. B, C, D. $3.95 31, 32 waist 135—57.95 to $lO Pajamas. Coot and middy styles. - $5.95 36—519.95 Flannel Slocks. Grays, tans, char-grays. 29 to 44; 67—513.50 ond $17.50 Broadcloth Pajamas. Imported and a | so 34, 36, 38 reg,; 40 long $15.95 domestic cloths; solids ond multi-colored satin stripes $8.95 Good selection of wool and gobordine slocks in sizes 40, 42, 44, 197—51 and $1.50 Irish Linen Handkerchiefs. Hand rolled and DRASTICALLY REDUCED 112—65 c Nationally Known Storched Collars. 4?* t'o" - !! DRESS WEAR .. . MOST HALF PRICE Slightly soiled 29c 8 —5135 Oxford Groy Cutaways and Vasts. Hand-tailored. 39, 40, 4 for SI.OO * 41 regulor; 38, 39. 40, 44 short; 41 long. HALF PRICE, $67.50 ROBES AND DRESSING GOWNS 4—-sllO Oxford Groy Club Coots ond Vests. 38, 40, 42 short; 3 4~« 5 , C R ha^ oo ' M n i bUf ' Tr S c, 9 h 95 l-sm H Ftn F Dr«f E S«it Ughtweight.42 stout. HALF PR^S 4—527.50 Silk Foulard Robot. Medium and large. Slightly $62.50 4^!s2 d O.O0 A Wyrno IC HouM Coots. Brown checks." S, M, XL f— $75 Starlight Blue Mohair Tuxedos. Shawl collor. 37 regular. 14—525 Cotton Rob... English paisley des.gns on cotton taffeta * '5-S 2SO Finest Tuxedo. S.ngle and double breasteds. 38 40 weave. Blue, moroon, groy grounds - $14.95 ooirc 6 . re9U ° r ’ 39 ' 4 °' 42 ' 44 sh ‘ ° 4 °' 43 °" 9 jijS; 7—s2o Tootol cotton robes. Handsome English foulards in navy, " ‘ *• ---- ‘ maroon, groy. S, LXL - $12.95 s—sloo Double Breasted Tuxedos. 41 short; 40, 42 stout. HALF 5—575 Coshmere and Wool Robes. Navy shade. L, XL LESS PRICE -"V"L , 0 THAN HALF PRICE ... .. $34.75 7—5125 Hond Tailored Tuxedo*. Double breasted. 41 regular, 4—s6o Host Suits. Ideal for lounging. Tartan jacket; solid color 4 ' short; 38, 39 lorig; 40 stout. HALF PRICE $62.50 trousers 38 to 44 HALF PRICE $29.95 2—5200 Finest Hond Tailored Tuxedos. Single and double breasted. 43 short; 38 long. HALF PRICE SIOO FINE FOOTWEAR FELT AND SPORT HATS >37Prs. $19.95 to $28.95 French, Shrintr Shoos. Slack or $16.50 Austrian Tyroloons. Speciol group authentic brown. Assorted styles. Good range of sizes $12.95 Viennese sport hots. Rope and braided bands. Grays, green, b.-own, black. Broken sizes. HALF PRiCE .. 58.25 JL 47 Prs. $21.95 French Shriner Golf Shoot. Plain toe; crushed grain L————■■ ■■ leather; storm welt; removable spikes. Tan $12.95 17—20 Austrian Velour Tyroleans. HALF PRICE - - $9.95 19 Prs. $1 5.95 Cotuol Shoes. Two-eyelet ties and slip-ons. Broken 24—510 Felt Hots. Light greys, medium greys and brown Some sizes. HALF PRICE - s7*9s unlined spring weights. All sizes. HALF PRICE $4.95 82 Prs. $32.50 ond $35 Alon McAfee Shoos. Made in England. jj jjj f lne p e |, Hots. Medium greys and browns. Some college Tan only. Good size range --- $24.95 styles. 6 3 /4 to 7Vs. HALF PRICE $7.50 6 Prs. $22.95 Alon McAfea Mode-in-England Potent Leather 2 8 S2O Imported and Domestic Felt Hats, medium shades. Bro- Dress Pumps. 11 A; 81/jB; lO'/zB; I2B; 7ViD. HALF PRICE, $1 1.45 29—520 Lock of London Homburgs. Black, brown, blue. 6 3 /*, 13 Prs. $25 Alon McAfee English Shoes. 2-eyelet potent leather 6 7 /». LESS THAN HALF PRICE $8.95 oxfords. 8 )/zA; 9’/zA; 10A; lO'/zA; 8B; 6’/2C; 7 ViC; I2C; wftXJCkl'C u/CAD rBFATI Y DFOlirFfi 6V4D; 7V4D; 120. HALF PRICE . $12.50 WOMEN S WEAR GREATLY REDUCED ★ 29 Prs. $5-95 Coruroy Scuffs. Black, wine ond ton. Good range Coats, Suits, English Raincoats, Skirts, Blouses, of sizes. HALF PRICE 52.95 Sportswear, etc. Many Half Price! Lewis & Thos. Saltz a k«) 9 G Street, W. Executive 3-434} 0 A-3