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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13,' 1915.
VISIT OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT "ACROSS THIS STREET"" ;VI3IT OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT "ACROSS TOE STREET" STORE HQURS: Open at 8:15 A. M.; Close at 5 P. M. Introducing Tomorrow the New Fad Friendship Link Bracelets Sample Jewelry Usual 25c and 50c Kinds Choice at 12c Choice of all the pretty, Inexpen sive trinkets women like to wear with summer frocks, bar pins, hat pine, earrings, collar pins, etc. Many novel and artistic designs to choose from at 12c. 25c and 30c Ribbons 18c a yd. New lot of fine quality Ribbons. In widths up to 6 Inched, consisting of moires, satins, satin and moire stripes, Dresdens, checks and othor attractive patterns. In white, pink, light blue and all the wanted sum mer shades. CENTER If! FRANCE New Controversy Develops Over Removal of Sarrail as Com L mander in Verdun Region. mWmmmAt 25c a Link 7 With Extra Link Free The Friendship Link Bracelet is started on a velvet wrist band, wh'ich we give you with the first link you buy. Your friends keep adding the links until the bracelet is completed. Each link signifies a "peace offering from your friends." Each Link suitably, engraved; choice of Bterllng silver or rolled gold plate for 23c, with which we give an extra link free. Jewelry Dept., ltt FIooc. BOTH SIDES OF SEVENTH AT K SATURDAY'S LUNCHEON, 20c Crab Cakes, Cold Slaw, Bread and Butter, and Coffee. Purity Cafe Second Floor. MUM STORM "It Pays to DljLt GoldenbertfV GoMelibero's "The Dependable Store" BP PARIS. Ausr. W.-HnlBter of War 'Alexandre Mlllerand U the storm cen ter of a new controversy developed by the replacement of Gonernl Sarrail as commander of the army In the region of Verdun. A quiet moement to unseat Mlllorand has been In progress for sev eral weeks and his opponents are mak ing the most of the Sarrail case. Sarrail, his friends charged today, was made the victim of a report by lalson-offlcers ana on the strength of (his report was replaced by General Humbert and ordered back to Paris. Though Sarrail la considered by his supporters to have saved Verdun from the crown prince's armies, they arsert that he wns given only three hours In the capital by the war minister end that only the good pf flees of Pre mlei VManl obtained for him a longer stay. Sarrail Is said to have first re fused the Dardanelles command and to have finally nccepted only after a per- ouiitu u.piiva.1 uy t-reBiaeni romcaire. The Radicals and the Socialists In me cnamDer are trie principal antagon ists of Mlllerand. Ex-Premier Arlstlde unarm, now minister of Justice, Is said io be bitterly opposed to Mlllerand. but "Pins quiet In order to prevent the public from thinking the government lacks harmony. Mlllerand's friends claim that he Is the author of most of the good wofk accomplished by the war office In the past few years. His opponents charge that prior to the beginning of hostilities he did not glimpse the need for accu mulating largo supplies of ammunition. nSKulfTHT TICKETS ARE GOOD Former Patron of Company Would Know If They Are to Be Honored by Railway Co. Former patrons of the Metropolitan Coach Company who have expended a auarter for six tickets and used one are asklne where they are going to get the remalnlne five rides. The coach company discontinued Its service In Sixteenth street August 11 at 4 p. m. Today the Public Utilities Commission received from R. A. Craw ford a letter stating that a ticket is sued by the Metropolitan Coach Com pany was offered on the lines of 'the Washington Railway and Electric Com pany, which heretofore has had a recip rocal arangement with the coach com pany, and refused by the conductor. Mr. Crawford Inquires about patrons who have bought herdlc tickets In good faith. He wants to knbw where they "ret off." The question was passed up to Con rad H. Syme. general counsel for the commission. While Mr. Syme has not cted officially, It Is his "curbstone opinion" that ns the coach company Is no longer providing a service, the rail ways are not required to accept Its tickets The holders of tickets of the Metropolitan Coach Company, Mr. Syme eays, are In exactly the same position as Its other creditors. They may sue for the recovery of their money. WILSONPRAISESBOY KILLED BY HAITIANS Writes to Bluejacket's Mother Promising to Make Every Ef fort to Aid Her. Fresident Wilson today paid tribute to William Compels, a Brooklyn boy, who was killed while with the Amer ican bluejacketa landing forces at Pott au Prince a fortnlaht ago. The White House made public the follow ing letter from the President to younK Gomrers' mother: "I have read your letter of AugtiBt 3 with the ilerpest sympatny. I feel like congratulating you on having such a son. whose dignity It was to die in the ser ice of his country, but my heart goes out to you none the less in profound sympathy. "I nm mire it would he the desire of eveiyone connected with the public servlf.c to see that yot did not suffer need because of your son's death. 1 um sending your letter to the Secre tary of the Navy to Inquire whether there is any possibility iinder the law as It stands of assisting you. I fear that thcie is not. but I am sure that the Set retary of the Navy will wish to consider the matter very fully." BAN TICKET SALES ON PUBLIC STREETS Commissioners Pass Broad Regu lation Governing Speculators on Highways in Capital. Regulations prohibiting the sale of tickets for excurs one, theatrical per formances, operas, ballgames or enter tainments of any kind on the streets or public spaces were adopted by the commissioners today. Their adoption follow a complaint of C. H St John, treasurer and manager of the Colonial Beach Company, that the company has had considerable trouble with persons selling tickets at tne wnarr entrance. The practice, he said, was exteremly annoying In that it created congested conditions. Ie Perfectly Disgusted With Umpires, She Says ST. LCH'IS, Aug 13 Mrs. Helen Brit ton, principal owner of the St. Louis National League team. Is perfectly dis gusted with umpires She Just as good as told 1'mpire Bill Byron so yesterday afternoon, and she explained why to day "I asked Mr Byron." she said. "If Mr Hugglns or Mr Betzel used bad languaso to him when he put them off the field, and he said no. I asked him If he didn't think he was favoring the other olubs, but he denied It." Midsummer Sale of First Importance to Thrifty Men Regular $1, $1.50 and 2 g Sport and Neglige Shirts OSfC In brief form the great news of this shirt sale amounts to this: A high-class maker of men's shirts desired to make an immediate dis persal of his surplus stock of several hundred dozen fine shirts; and he sold them to us at a decided sacrifice. Men are buying them by the twos, threes, and half dozens for it doesn't take but a minute to discover the extraordinary character of the values. , There are Sport Shirts and Regulation Negliges with soft, turn back cuffs the very kinds every man needs now. The Sport Shirts are made with full square point sailor collar, and half or full length sleeves. Large assortment of styles, including all-over stripes, as well as plain colore with pure tub silk striped collars; many with white body and plain colored collar. Material! consist of finest grade Crepes, Madras, Duccetines, Soi sette, Cheviot, Pongette and other high-grade shirting fabrics; in a wide range of choice patterns and designs. AU sizes from 13J2 to 17 in the lot. Sale price, 69c. 'aLLLLw If varLawVauB The Final Cut for Clearance Choice of the House Sale of Men's $1250 to '16 50 Suits yEj Offered Saturday ax $8.65 Every Summer Suit in the house from our regular lines sold at the above prices goes into this great August Clean-up Sale. Choose from a varied assortment of the season's most approved styles and fabrics at this low price every suit from our regular stock; an assurance that they are right in style, quality, and service. " Thrifty men will realize the advantage of buying these suits for fall, as they are the proper weight to wear till next winter. Choice of a wide range of styles and materials more than 50 pat terns to select from, in all arizes from 16 to 20 for young men, and 34 to 44 for men. Unreserved choice of any suit in the house worth $12.50 to $16.50 tomorrow at $8.65. Men's Clothing Dept. Fourth Floor. The Final Cut! All Men's Straw Hats Worth $1.50 and $2 55c Replace your old. soiled, worn out straw hat with a fresh, new one selected from this lot at 55c. They're regular $150 and $8.0) values now reduced for final clearance. All high-grade qualities, with soft or stiff brims. Including coarse and fine weave Sennits, Yeddos, Macklnawe and Fancy Braids. Every correct brim dimension. Unrestricted choice of "Smart Set" and "Brad ford" Straw Had Worth tt and 3 for. our 75c Wind-up of Wash Dresses - At the Season's Biggest Reductions Values up to $4.00 $1.69 Values up to $6.98 $2.69 We're after clearance at any cost, and prices have been marked on these Summer Wash Dresses that will make them go out quickly tomorrow. Charming frocks for August and September wear in all the prettiest styles that have been shown this season, and wealth of the most favored materials, such as the following: Gabardine, Woven Striped Tissue, Satin Striped Voile, Sheer Lingerie, Blazer and Awning Striped Voiles, Plain and Flowered Crepes, Embroidered Lingerie, Figured, Checked and Dice Voiles, Crepe Ratine, Plain, Figured and Striped Lawns, Imported Madras, Novelty Crepe Voile, Fine Ging hams, etc., etc. StylAs Include Triple Tunic Dresses," Accordion pleated Tunic Dresses, Quaker Dresses. Beach Dresses, Exposition Dresses, Sport Dresses Tail ored Dresses. Trimmed Dresses In fact, dresses for every occasion. All the prettiest shades and color combinations to choose from, In all sizes for misses anj women from 14 to 44. J30 1 if if I f 1 1 iff Fill I sUi R I II I I ml llll Iff Women's 50c Pure Silk Stockings at 39c Pair A special underprlce sale of Women's Pure Silk Hosiery that should brlntr an early crowd of buyers Saturday. Pure thread silk, good, serv iceable quality, with full fashioned foot, double sole, high spliced heel and toe, with lisle garter top. Oood assortment of leading colors, no black. ira, ole. 'Women's Pure Silk Stocking, with full fashioned foot, double sole, heel and toe, lisle garter top, In black and all colors. Manu facter's seconds of regular $1 iCn quality hosiery, ar. Out Women' Silk Llnle Stocking with seamless foot, double sol high spliced heel and toe; garter top. In black and tan. A standard 25c grade re duced to 89c Long Silk Gloves at 59c A record low price for silk gloves of such excellent quality. 16-button-length Pure Milanese Silk, In black and white. Guaran tee ticket with every pair that means the finger tips will outwear the gloves. All sires at 69c pair lnsead of S9c. Kuyaer's HI-bttoii-lencth Lisle nnd ChnmoUette dotes, In black, white and pongee. All sizes AQp These Regular $2.50 Long Kimonos at $1.79 Fashioned of fine silky Swlse. with rich, lustrous finish that gives them the appearance of silk. Choice of light blue. rose, and lav ender, made In empire style with drop sleeve and turn-up cuffs and pointed collars. Finished with sat in rj'essallne borders to match. Slses S6 to 46 at $1.79. 12'2C Economy News for Saturday in Girls' Summer Apparel Girl' Two-piece Middy Suits of fine quality white percale; with sailor collar, cuffs and pocket of poplin, in various contrasting colors. Finished with white tie. Skirts full-pleated with deep hem. Sizes 15 to 14 QOp years. Regular $1.5 0 value at.. OV Children's Mghtgoivna of soft-finish nain sook, made In slip-over style, with round neck and set-In sleeves, trimmed with embrold- or. gry. Sizes 2 to 10 years tOs CMldrea'a French Pt-ttteoarta, long waUt style, with tucked ruffle, trimmed with narrow OK lace and embroidery. Slees 2 to 6 years... SJv H 'g t Jlmm W. Women's $1.50 Princess Slips Specially Priced at 98c Exceptional values for Saturday In these Handsome Princess Slips, of soft-finish nainsook at 98c worth a third 'more. Button-ln-front stylos, with yokes of fine organdy embroidery In a variety of dainty de signs, combined with lace Insertion and ribbon; skirt with tucked ruffle, edgou with fish-eye and val lace and Insertion. Extra underlay. Sizes 88 to U. Corset Covers of nainsook, trim mod with wide and narrow em broidery; In a large variety of pat terns; ribbon run headings; ORa fly fronts; well made, all BlzeasSOC Women's Drawer of nainsook, circular style; trimmed with em broidery edgings, in various de signs; French bands; all nr lengths . ZOC Ready Tomorrow With a Special Display of New Trimmed Hats at $5, $7 and $8 For the benefit of those women who want to freshen up their wardrobe with a new hat for late summer and early fall wear we have arranged this display of lovely Trimmed Hats. The collection embodies all that is new and fashion able. There are Hats of satin, velvet, .".ombinations of satin and velvet, taf fetas and malinas, in white, white-and-black and the new purple shade. All are simply trimmed, making them cool and comfortable. Large and small models. Specially priced for tomorrow's sale at S5.00, S7.00, and S8.00. Neiv Felt Ilata for early fall wear; Ideal for outing and traveling. In beautiful shades of coral, blue, green, pink, amber, no. ntlJ fli no champagne, also black and white. Special at HOC U 3)1.170 Ribbed Underwear at Clearance Prices Women's Gnnse Cotton Vesta, low neck nnd sleeveless, with tared neck and arm, fancy or plain yokes. Heguiar 1ZM;C valuer, Children's llnnce Cotton Vents, low neck and sleeveless, with taped neck and arms. Re- (? duced to J, 8c Samples and Odd Lots of Handbags at 98c Values Up to $2.00 We've put a final clearance price en thee handbags to wind up the lot quickly. Oood quality leather handbags, of seal grain, crepe seal, walrus and fancy leather nrennlnirs. in several stylish ' rhapes. - Silk or I'-atner linen Kinas; some with assortment of fittings, others w Ith large purse and mirror. Choice, at OSe. New and Charming Ideas in Neck Fixings Veatrea nnd Medici r.ulmpe, of oriental lace, net and embroidery, with plaited btck or collars. A (if White and cream colors tV Imported Voile Collnrs, trimmed with dainty Venice lace edges; choice of several popular shapes and many pretty patterns. OKp Worth f0c each t0 25c and llflc Iloodolr Caps, of or gandy, trlmrred with embroidery ruffle and fnlshert with ribbon bow, in pink, blue nnd 1 Qf lavender '' Net Galnipea, with long sleeves, tilmmedwlth oriental J.iO'. White and ecru colors. All slses. fli AA Worth il.50 each OX.UV Regular 50c, 75c and $1.00 Silk Belts and Girdles at 25c Each, A clean-up "f a makei's stock on hand of Silk Kelts and Girdle. In cluding nil the most popular styles and kinds. No summer costume is eompleto without these smart dress accessories, nnd in tomor low'h sule you have the ;nance to buy the most favored kinds at a fraction of the price charged for such qualities. Made of fine quality silk taf feiap and mescalines, In black and all the wanted shades to match one's costume. IMnok-nnd-WhHe Kid Kelts, in stylish combinations cf white kid and black patent leather. Choice of innn vmart and effective rom btnni!hs. Regular 25c - : value at XUV Boys 2-Pants Suits Of A 11-Wool Blue Serge Regular $7 Values (fcA QQ Reduced to ... . H -O These Suits with but one pair of pants would cost more than the price we name with the combination suit with TWO pairs of pants. Splendid Suits for dress and gen eral wear made of fine quality pure wor sted serge, in yoke Norfolk style; patch pocket Balkan models, with TWO pairs of Knickerbocker pants that are full lined and seams taped. All sizes 7 to 17 years. Dors' OOc Khaki Pants, In tan, olive, and gov ernment colore, sizes 7 to 17 years. Extra QQ quality material OUL Boys' Wash Suits, In middy sailors, Russian, Balkan, Little Tommy Tucker, Dutch Daddy and other styles. White and colors. Sizes 3 (g- nt to 9 years. Values worth up to $4 each DxlJ7 BoyM' Coat Milrta, of madras, percale and chambray, light, medium and dark washable pat terns, Striped and figured effects, Collar at tached and neckband styles, Values qq worth SOc anJ 76o each . , , , , OtC Do?' and Children's Straw Hats, In Rah Rah and Tyrolean shapes; suitable for children rrom 2 to b years oi age, values worth from 1 to 13.80 ,,,, 33c aVISIT OUR FURNITURE DEPARTMENT MACROS! TUB STREET; Closing Out Our Lines of Women's White Footwear Former $2 and $2.50 n -i A g Values at JJ JL . The waning season compels U3 to clear out all White Footwear to make room for fall stock, and tomorrow we cut deeply Into regular prices for final disposal. There's plenty of wearing time ahead for you to enjoy1 these bargains come tomorrow and supply your needs at this great saving The lot Includes Women's White Canvas Pumps and Colonials, with leather and rubber foIcs, high or low heels. This season's most desirable, styles, in sizes 2 4 to 7. Sale price, $1.45 pair. 0 i ALE laCZAf IN, .all 91 & $1.25 Umbrellas, 49c. American Taffeta v m brella. manufacturer's : onds. tome with flight de fect In finish of cloth 3 Spools Darning Cotton, 5c. Three ap! of - ' T. Darning Cotton, white and colors 10c Girdle Forms, 6c. Warren's Olrdle Formi. full boned: all etiei. 10c Collar Supporters, 5c. Regular 10c Seta of "Eve" Collar Supporters. 2c Tape, 3 for 3c. Three P.olla of White Cot ton Tape, olo regularly at Jc each Three yarda in each roll. Children's 50c Unitee Suits, 35c. Children's Unitee Sulta. low neck and sleevelesa; open and drop seat: alxea 4 to 16 year. Women's Gauze Vests, 9c. Women's Oauie Vesta, low neck and gleevcltss, taped neck and arms: fancy or plain yokes: sizes t to i. Women's Night gowns, 33c Women's Nainsook Night gowns, sllpoer style, round necks and kimono sleeves; trimmed with embrolderv and ribbon beading. Full cut sizes. 25c Brassieres, 19c Uatiite Brassieres, open front and back, trimmed with embroidery, In vari ous patterns; made with tin-der-arm shield; all sizes. Children's 25c Aprons, 19c Children's Gingham Anrons. blue and white checks; turndown collar, belt and pocket; sixes I to 6 years. Children's 10c Drawers, 7c. Children's Muslin Draw ers, good qualtty materials, buttonhole bands and clus ter tucks: sizes up to 10 5 ears. Women's 29c Aprons, 19c Women's Olngham Aprona. blue and white checks, made with ruffle, pocket and wide strings; full cut and extra, long. 5c Coat Hangers, 2 for 5c Selected Lumber Coat Hangers, the kind that coats hold their shape on 10c Egg Beaters, 5c Reollng Wire Egg Boat ers, save time nnd labor 39c Coffee Pots, 16c Enameled Coffee Pots, Mx pint size. 25c Foot Tubs, 9c Heavy Tin Japanned Foot Tuba, good size; strongly made. 10c Jar Rubbers, 6 Vic. One dozen Mason's Jar Rubbers, white rubber, dou ble lipped. Jelly Tumblers, 19c Dozen. One dozen Costal Glass Jelly Tumblers, with tin tops. 10c Cocoa, 5c. Regular 10c cans of Her shay's Dreakfast Cocoa, 20c Peaches, lie. Regular SOo oans of Lem on ClInR reacheu 60c Olive Oil, 29c. One-pint cans of Pom pelan Olive Oil, 10c Jello, 7Vjc. Regular lto packages of Jello assorted flavors. 10c Tomato Soup, 7'jC Regular lOo eans of Camp, bell's Tomato Soup, $1.00 Taffeta Silk, 68c -inch Black Taffeta eilk. soft chiffon finish grade; guaranteed to wear. 89c Tub Silks, 59c 32-Inch Tub Silks, all silk, extra heav grade, for men's shirts and wo men's nalsts Large vari ety of colored stripes. Men's $6.50 to $8.50 Suits, $3.45. Men's Genuine Palm Beach Suits, also Panama Cloth. light and dark shades, odd sizes. Van out st j lei. Men's $2.50 Trousers, $1.19. Men's Good Quality Sep arate Trousers, neat wor sted materials, striped ef fects, sizes 30 to 40 waist measure. $2.50 and $3.00 Auto Dusters, 95c Men's Auto Dusters, ex tra quality materials, tan and oxford; sizes 34 to to. $1.50 Suit Cases, 69c Suit Cases, of compressct fiber, dark brown, light weight: has the appear ance of al' leather. Children's 12 'jc Stockings, 7Kjc Culldren t iliac Couou btocklngs, nn rtDbec;, seamless foot, double soie, heel, and toe. 50c Silk Stockings, 25c Women's Pure Silk Stocx Ings, seamless foot, double sole, high spliced heel ana toe, lisle garter tops, in black only. 19c Ribbons, 10 c. Five-Inch Taffeta llio bons, all silk, good assort ment of wanted shade 5c Hair Nets, 6 for 5c Large Size Silk Hair Nets. full shaped; all shades. Children's 15c Supporters, 6c. Misses' and Children's Pln-on Hose Supporters, extra grade lisle elasuci rubber buttons, all sizes. Handkerchiefs, 6 for 29c. Women's Pure Linen Ini tial Handkerchiefs, full size; hemstitched borders, dainty embroidered Initials Handkerchiefs, 6 for 49c. Women's and Children's Hemstitched Handkerchler, plain white hemstitched and neat cross-bnrred er fects 15c & 19c Hat Pins, 7c Sterling Silver Hat Pins, neat, stylish shapes. Well made. , , 25c Belts, 10c Women's and Children's iPatent Leather Belts, ex tra widths; In white, black, and red, stylish buckles double faced pat ent leather finish 10c Toilet Soaps, 5c. Regular loc cakes of Physicians and Surgeons' Toilet Soap. 25c Listerine, 14c. Regular 25c bottles or Listerine. 15c Talcum Powder, 8c Woodworth's Blue Lilies Talcum Powder; regular ly 15c can. 10c Cold Cream, 6c. Regular 10c tubes of Dag gftt Ramslell's per fect Cold Cream 10c Shaving Soap, 4c. Regular 10c cakes of Wil liams' Barber's Bar Sha Ing Soap, large round cake. "45c Sofa Cushions, 25c Sofa Cushions. covered with white cambric. I.lled with soft. flu2y silk Mom, slies tCrxro anrJ zsxH in (Fourth Float). Si Blankets, 22c52ch. Soft Fleece Finish BlaiiK ets, samples or half pairs white or Kraj. Mattings, $1.55 Roll. Twent-ard roll? of elope Woven Seamless China Mat tings. In stripes and checks of green, red nnd brnwn 50c Crib Blankets, 29c Woolnap rieice i rib Blankets pink or blue Teddy Bear and other nur pr rVFien" Size 3f40 $3.00 Mattresses, $1.88 poll lop MatlresfctP cov ered with striped ticking, tape bound, sizes 3 feet to 4 feet 6 (Fourth Floor) 50c Caps, 33c. Bos Blue ?erge Golf Caps, English band stjlo 1 ure worsted terse In navy blue onl. Boys' $1.00 Shirts, 65c Bos' Sport Shirts nnd Waists, slzfi, " to la vears Boys' Wash' Suits, 29c Boys' Dutch Dnlds Sutis, plain and two-color combi nations, trimmed with pearl buttons, sizes 3 to S years. Boys' 50c Belts, 35c Bovs' Tan and hlto Leather Belts, with mono gram Initials adjustable sizes. 15c Embroidery, 9'jc Organdy Embrolderv Edges. 4's inches wide, pict t patterns, for vestoei. collars nnd sleeve trlmmlmt. 25c and 39c Plaitings, 9c. Plaltings of shadow laces and plain nets, various widths. In white, black mid cream colore 25c Maline, 17c Moisture Proof Mnllne, in black, white and colors, foi mllltnery purposes. nock ruffp etc Children's Sandals, 29c Children s Paiefoot San dais, sizes q te 11 Children's $1.50 Shoes, 49c. Children s White Can as Shoes, pumps and ofo.,ls, odds and en Is sizes 4 to li 19c Voiles, 9J4c. 40-lnch Primed olies, in strliee, dots and floral de signs 25c Colored Ratine, 9'4C 45-Inch Coloied Ratine. In lavender, wistaria, brown and mode $1.25 Longcloth, 85c. No TO English 1 it cloth, line chamoli ilrash grade 1.' ird plei.s 15c India Linou, 934c. 40-lnch White Irdla Llimn fine she.;r qualltv 35c Rice Cloth, lie 40-nc White Rice Cloth a fine two-plj qualltv, for vvnlstb and dresses 50c White Pique, 29c 36-lnch White riq.ie. heavv nil'ed welt nu.ill'v 15c Cannon Cloth, 9J'4c 31-Inch White Cannon Cloth heavy linen finish quality w 19c Batiste, lie 10.nch White Irish Ba tiste, a clo-v woven Krade 50c Venetian, 25c. 3-lnch All wool Venetian Cloth, In bla k only 35c Table Damask, 19c 0--lnch Bleached Mer er Ized Table Damns! live mat patterns 10c Towels, 5c. Hemmed IlU' k Towels fast 4or borders size 1 xl 24 Inihcs. VISIT OUR FURXITURH DEPARTMENT "ACROSS THE STREET-: 5