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. 8 THE WASHINGTON TIMES? THURSDAY; MARCH 15. 1917. WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE SUBURBS OF THE CAPITAL Mt. Vernon Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, of. Alexandria, Gives Reception In Honor of J. E. W. Timberman. WANTS PARENTS' AID ALEXANDRIA. March 15. Between two end three hundred were In at tendance at the reception given last night In the Young People's building by lit. Vernon Chapter. No. 14, Royal Arch Masons, hi honor of Most Excel lent Vompanlon J. E. V. Timberman, of. this city. A large number were present from Lafayette Chapter, of Washington, and others from Rich mond. Virgil C. Davis, high priest of Mt. Vernon Chapter, presided as toastmaater, and among the speakers were Mr. Timberman, IV. W. Jermane, ' grand high priest of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the District of Co lumbia; Right Excellent James H. Price, grand scribe; Grand Master Henry K. Field, of the Grand Lodge of Virginia; H. N. Woodward, high priest of Washington Chapter, No. 9, of Richmond; Most Excellent Georgo W. Poe, also of Richmond; Roe Fulk erson, of ML Vernon Chapter, Wash ington, and William S. Qulnter, high priest of Lafayette Chapter. No. 5, of the District? Music was given by a double quartet under the direction of Rhurmu R. Fowler, organist, the sing- era being W. J. Waller. John J. Luck .. c-nt. -cim Tfonneth W. Osrden. Mrs. S. B. Fowler. Mrs. Kenneth W. jury and the first week's petit Jury wiU Ogden. Mrs. Harrle S. White, and Miss greeted from the following: Bene Graves. The bancSiet was served by dlct J Gallant, Frederick Heller, Ar- ha ladles of Martha Washington ., ,'. Ocurn W. Rawllngs. Wll- h.ll W C James. Press and printing W. W. Tolson. chairman; George W. King, and Charles G. Lohr. Anacos tia flats Charles T. Graff, chairman; A. B. Garden, and A. Gude. sanita tion Dr. James A. Watson, cnair man; Dr. T. D. Mudd, and W. T. Ap pold. Parks and entertainment vn 11am J. Latimer, cnairman; i-nrie . Roberts, Maurice Otterback, C. N. Put nm anil S. R. Campbell. Mamber- ship Robert Thompson, L. JL Ander son, and 1L M. Chase. Col. W. W. Harts. Superintendent of Public Buildings and Grounds, wrote that aa soon as funds were available. the question of Improving me smaii triangle park at Minnesota avenue and T street would be taken up. Dr. R. A. Pyles presented several amendments to the constitution. , NEWS AT HYATTVILLE Judge Beall Draws Grand and Petit Juries for April Term. Judge Fillmore Beall, of the circuit court, yesterday drew the grand and petit Juries for the April term. George W. Waters, Jr.. mayor of Laurel, Is the foreman of the grand Jury. The grand School Board Commission Has Trou " ble With Fraternity Problem. The aid of parents of students in the high schools again will be asked to combat the alleged evil of high school secret societies by the Board of Education, provided the recommen dations of a commission created by the board to Investigate conditions arising from the recent abolition of the fraternities are adopted. A resolution asking that circulars be sent to all parents of high school students. Informing them of the work and purpose of the commission was adopted at a meeting of the commis sion at the Franklin School yesterday. The primary purpose of the commit tee, which consists of the principals of all high schools with two members of their faculties, two citizens, and a committee of board members, was to provide a substitute for the ban ished "frats." SCOUTS PLAN ENTERTAINMENT The first annual entertainment of the Boy Scouts will be given in the G. A. R. Hall. Fourteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue, Thursday even ing, April 10, to raise funds for the Boy Scout Band. SUITS BASED ON WRECK Two Men Ask Damages vas Result of Car Collision. A collision on January 24 last between cars of the Washington Railway and Electric Company and the Washington. Baltimore and Annapolis Electric Rail road In Bennlng road, resulted today In the filing of suits to recover 0,000 damages from the corporations. The suits, brought by two former police men, who alege that they lost their positions as the result of Injuries, were filed In the District Supreme Court, through Attorney Daniel W. Baker. William J. Rogers and Edward Archambault are the plaintiffs. Tbey allege that' the cars were being oper ated negligently. Each roan asks J36.000. "BOY" 78 HAS NEVER WORKED. NEW YORK. March 15. Patrick Hughes, seventy-eight, and Intoxicat ed, was freed in night court, to "go home to father, who'll be worried." Father Is ninety-nine, a lather, and the sole support of his son. who has not yet got a start In the world. 14-YEAR-OLD POLICEWOMAN Leads School Children Safely Across Streets, In Cincinnati. CINCINNATI, March 15. Cora May. burns, fourteen years old, is Cincin nati's first "policewoman." She has been employed by the board of ed ucation as guardian' of twelve small children of the Peaslee school district, guiding; them across streets and keep ing them from harm on the way to and from school. (She receives the smallest salary, 50 cents a week, paid by the board, and Is th.e youngest salaried employe. Another Lot of The Indettractible Tie Pin PaU Wrinkle Proof 65c 1345 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. HAIR COMING OUT? Chapter, No. 42, Order of the Eastern Star. The Rev. B. W. Bond, presiding elder of the Alexandria district, pre sided at the last quarterly conference for the year of the Methodist Church South, last night. Reports showed that over 100 new members have been taken Into the church during the last year. Under the laws of the church, the Rev. Dr. J. W. Duffy, the present pastor, who has served the congrega tion for four years, will be transferred. J. Frank Myers was re-elected su perintendent of the 'Sunday school, and N. S. Greenaway and Ernest N. Pittman, assistants. Stewards also were chosen as follows: Henry K. Field, J. E. Alexander, George W. Keys, E. C. Graham. J. B. Watktn-. John G. Cockey. James G. Graham, Alvln Powell, John W. Mo.iroe, N. 5. Greenaway, J. Frank Meyers, J. E. W. Timberman, George R. Smith. W. C Baggett, T. Moxley Ervin, C E. Out cmlt. Charles E. Dare. William T. Wil kin. John G. Graham, O. B. Pierpolnt, and W. S. Nlcklln. The board of stewards of the Meth odist Protestant Church have elected officers as follows: F. W. Deeton. president: Ri J. Ayers. secreta-y. and Norman Bobettatreasurer. v . Mrs. Luther Till will be the hostess at a tea to be given tomorrow afte--noon at the Girls' Club. 021 King street, from 3 to 6 o'clock. Mrs. George A. Mushbach has gone to Brldgevllle, Pa-, to spend the spring and summer with her brother, Ralph C. Gwynn. Miss Felicia E. Waddey, daughter of the late Benjamin and Henrietta Waddey. former residents of this city, died at her home, 3309 Prospect ave nue, Washington, Tuesday afternoon. The funeral occurred this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence. Ham R- Clagett. W. Ward Ryon. Adolph Thlenne. Thomas 8. Stone. Henry A. Miller. William H. Owens, jonn . i- mar. William E. r;owier. iioya x. Prather. William N. Daisy. Louis E. nrinmm. Lemuel L. Gray. William H- Vanneman. John W. Schultz, John Mo watt, J. Sims Jones, Hugh O'Neill. Hen ry L. Morris, Thomas A. Garner, J. Sims Gardiner. Owen L. swann, inuup F. Nalley, Henry Compton. Thomas M. Taylor. Gustavus B. Timanus, R. Lee Hall. William Marden. Bernard S. Walker. John Weldon. Herbert M. Har dy. Edward G. Bucklln. Victor E. Viol land. Bernard F. Brown. Charles M. Poole, Russell Magruder. Albert J. Felr eteln. Joseph V. WyvlU. Robert B. Sea born. William M. Ward, W. A. Randall. W. Booth Bowie. George F. Forbes, and Georre W. Hardy. The second week's petit Jury will be chosen from the following: James A. Brown. Thomas Bean. J. Henry KIrby. Howard C. Relfenback. Garretston Brickard. Otho Green, William A. Shep herd, James Duncan, Edward E. Hill. James H. Evans. John C Loveless. Fred erick A. Volland. John W. Edelen. Ogle Erooke. Charles a Tajlor. Guy H. True man. Herndon Peach. Charles A. Mc- Phereson. John P. Clssel, Zachariah T. Chaney, Robert H. Ward. James :. Monroe. Clarence O. Sompson. Thomas B. Brashears and James L Parker. Dandruff causes a feverish irrita tion of the scalp, the hair roots shrink, loosen, and then the hair comes out fast. To stop falling hair at once and rid the scalp of every particle of dandruff, get a 25-cent bottle of Danderlne at any drug store, pour a little in your hand and rub It into the scalp'. After a few appli cations, the hair stops coming out and you can't find any dandruff. Advt. 8 Child Gets Sick, Cross, Feverish If Constipated Look at tongue ! Then give fruit laxative for stomach, liver, bowels. "California Syrup of Fig3" can't harm children and they love it. The body of William M. Larmour. hn did at the home of his brother. the Rev. Mr. Larmour. at Upper Falls, Baltimore county. Md., on Tuesday, will be brought to this city for burial Friday. The interment will take place at 2 o'clock p. m.. the Rev. P. P. Phillips, of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, officiating. The State corporation commission has granted a charter to the Wenner Motor Sales Company, Inc., which will have its office in this city. Its maxi mum capital stock Is S15.000, with a minimum of 15,000, having a par value of J100 a share. The officers are: William A. Wenner, president, of Lov ettsvllle, and William D. Peck, sec retary, Washington. The body of Mrs. Mattie Gallahan, tt Ife Of William P Gallahan, who did at their home in Del Ray on Tuesday, will be shipped to Brooke Station, Stafford county, Va., for burial today. She was twenty-nine years old. The music section of the Cameron Club met yesterday afternoon, when nnmhrr of the English composers were studied and a paper was read by Miss Eliza Roberts. The music of the masters under discussion was Illus trated by Mrs. George E. Warfleld, Mrs. Matthew W. O'Brien, and Mm. Frank T. King. Funeral services will be held to morrow afternoon at 2:30 In Christ Church for Francis Irving Trlplett, eon of Mrs. Olive Brooke Trlplett and the late I. E. Trlplett, who died at the home of his mother, near Grive ton, Fairfax county, after an illness of several months. The Rev. Dr. Sam uel A. Wallls, of the Theological Sem Inary, and the Rer. E. W. Melll cbampe, pastor of the Pohick Church, will officiate. The Interment will be In Ivy Hill Cemetery. He was a grad uate of the Georgetown University law department. NEWS AT ANACOSTIA Officers Are Installed by the Cltl , zens' Association. The Anacostla Citizens' Association installed the following officers last night: Charles R. Burr, president; Dr. It. A. Pyles, first vice president; William J .Latimer, seoond vice presi dent: George W. Orem, Jr secretary; L. W Thompson, assistant secretary, and ilaurlee Otterback, treasurer The following committees were ap pointed: Railroads H. R, Haar, chairman; S. J. Kearns. Schools Charles F. Roberts, chairman; N. R. Harnlsb and William. Scantlebury. Streets arid highways Maurice Otter back, chairman. Water, lights and pewers James T. Harrison, chair man; J W. Bartiey. Police and fire J. W. Marbury, chairman; J. F. Camp- The athletic association of the Marl boro High Bchool yesterday elected the following officers: President. Mm as cer; vice president. May Mullikln: treas ured. Haxel Simons, manager or base ball team, Paul Burke; captain of base ball team. Arthur Clagett: manager of girls' basketball team. Ludle Duvall; captain. Blanche Coffren. NEWS' AT ROCKVILLE Store Damaged by Fire, and Own er's Son Has Narrow Escape. Fire, caused by the accidental dropping of a lighted match Into a can of turpentine, damaged the store building and stock of goods of Carson Ward, of Galthersburg, to the extent of about $600 Tuesday afternoon. A son of Mr. Ward had a narrow escape from being burned. His clothing caught Are, but a clerk In the store ran to his assistance ana puuea me burning garments from him. rc Following conviction In police court yesterday on a charge of as sault. Edward Jenkins, colored, of Goshen, was sentenced by Judge Henderson to thirty days In the Rock vllle Jail. The testimony showed he shot Wilson Dorsey, also colored, in the heel with a shotgun. CUT UP WIFE'S CLOTHES. Maurice Wltherspoon, a salesman, was held in 1500 ball In pollc court this morning to keep the peace to ward his wife, Laura Wltherspoon. Mrs. Wltherspoon told the court hr husband assaulted her In their apart ment at 1322 rifteenth street, north west, on Tuesday evening and cut every article of her clothing into strips. Why Suffer? 'AFree Trial of Pyramid Pile Treat ment Will Answer the Question Emphatically. fsBSBBBKSBBBjBBBBBBBBBBBBBB flB ??5 'irfjrj IRSAnw V'USSsfiailSsEsSStl Mother! Tour child Isn't naturally cross and peevish. See If tongue Is coated, this Is a sure sign the little stomach, liver and bowels need a cleans ing at once. When listless, pale, feverish, full of cold, breath bad. throat sore, doesn't eat. sleep or act naturally, has stomach ache. d-arrhoea. remember, a gentle liver and bowel cleansing should always be the first treatment given. Nothing equals "California Syrup of Flcs" for children's Ills; give a tea- spoonful, and In a few hours all the foul waste, sour bile and fermenting Xood which Is clogged In the bowels passes out of the sstem, and you have a well and plaful child again. Ail chil dren love this harmless, delicious "fruit laxative. and It never falls to effect a good "Inside" cleansing. D.rectlons for babies, cniiarra u an ukco. huu aruMu ups are plainly on the bottle. Keep It handy In your home. A little given today saves a sick child tomorrow, but get the genuine. Ask your drugg.t for a H)-eent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," then look and see that it Is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company." Advt. The Folly of Taking Digestive Pills A Warning To Dynpeptlea. The habit of taking digestive pills after meals makes chronic dyspeptics of many thousands of men and women because artlllc-lul dlgestents, drugs, and medicines have practically no In fluence upon the excessively acid condition of the stomach contents which Is the cause of most forms of Indigestion and dyspepsia. The after dinner pill merely lessens the sensitiveness, of the stomach nerves and thus gives a false sense of freedom from pain. If those who are subject to ndlgestlon, gas, flat ulence, belching, bloating, heartburn, etc, after eating would get about an ounce of pure blsurated magnesia, from their drugclst and take a tea spoonful In a little water after meals, there would In must Instances, be no further necessity for drugs, medi cines, pephln pills or artificial dlges tents. because blsurated magnesia In stantly neutralizes Htomach acidity, sweetens the sour stnmarh, stops food fermentation and thus Insures normal painless dlgrstlnn by vnabllng the stomach to do Its work without hind rance. As thero arc various forms of mag nesia bo sure to ask the druggist for Rlsurated Mignrsla which Is the form especially prepared for the cor rection of stomach acidity. Advt. R & G Corsets Reduced to 79c Odd lot of "R and Q" Corsets, of coutll, with medium bust and long hips, complete with heavy hose supporters. Sizes 21 to 24 only. Goldenberg Third Floor. "IT WAYS TO DEAL k AT OOLDENBERpy BOTH SIDES OF 7 ST "THE DEPENDABLE STORE 8c and 10c Towels Reduced to 5c Mill seconds of Hack Towels, suitable for hand or tea towels. s Various sixes and weaves. No mall or phone orders filled; none sent C. O. D. First Floor. Another Accumulation of Short lengths of Regular $1.50 High-Glass Silk Remnants 89c 36 and 40 Inches Wide. On Sale Tomorrow at. . . Left from the past week's busy selling are several hundred yards of Fine Quality Silks, in all .the Season's most favored weaves, which we have marked at this low price for a quick clearance tomorrow. The assortment includes: 40-inch Crepe de Chines. 36-inch Chiffon Taffeta, 35-inch Satin Messalines, and 33-inch "Sports' Shantung Pongee, etc. The color assortment includes a lanre range of street and evening shades, while the lengths are most desirable for waists, dresses, pet ticoats, etc Goldenbersr's First Floor. New Spring Skirts Specially Priced at .. . $5.00 We could truthfully claim these are worth more money In fact, they are equally as good skirts as other stores sell for $5.98 and $6.98. . Materials include Poplin, French and Mannish Serge, All wool Checks and new large Veloar Plaids. , Choice of smart Pleated, Flare, Shirred Yoke and "Sports" models, showing the newest effects iii pockets, belts, buttons and machine stitching. Colors are. navy blue and ally the new spring combinations, also black. All regular size waistbands and skirt lengths. Goldenbers" Second Floor. 59c to 69c Table Damask at 29c Yard Extra Fine Mercerized Satin Table Damask. In assorted patterns; mill lengths from to IK yards suitable for table tops or maUne scarfs or napkins. No mall or phone orders filled: none sent C O. D. Galdenbcrs's First Flopr. Boys' Wearables-1-Oddments Boys' Fancy Casslmere Knicker bocker Pants, In Iljrht ra- mix tures. Siies 7 to 1 years. COe pair. First Floor Bar-rain Table. Boys' 60c Hah Bah Hats and Fedora Hats, for boys to 12 years; reduced to IB. Boys' Norfolk Bchool Baits, -with one and two oalra of pants: broken sizes. 7 to U years, at 93ST. 4 odd Norfolk Coats, size 7 years. left from, suits; reduced to 7Se each. 5 Little Tommy TucKer Bults. heavy winter weljrht fancy wool cafimeres: sizes 3. B. 7. and 8 years; sold up to 5.00. at 10. Small lot of Boys' TVaah Suits, sllrchtlv mussed; sizes 3 to 8 years;, reduced to 85c. Boys' Shepherd Check Reefers, sprint? weight; doubte-hreasted models: 2 tot years, at JJH. Boys' Blue Sertre Coats, left from suits; sizes 15 and 16 years only: reduced to 1M0. Goldenbers;' Third Floor. $3.00 Woolnap Blankets at $1:98 Pair Save a third on Blankets tomor row. Theje are sllshtlv mussed Woolnao Blapjtets, In double-bed size, and come In white, tan, ;r s-rav. "with fancy borders. 6oft fleeced finish. Goldenbera-" Foartk Floor. 30c and 35c China Mattings at 18c Yard Extra heavyweight Seamless China Mattlng-s. close-woven, double-cord edsre -Trade, in stripes. rheck". tail ;lds of 5reen. red. blue, tan, and brown. Len-rtns up to JB vnrds. and a few odd- rolls of 0 yards. . Golden bent's Fonrth Floor. A Special Purchase of UNTRIP1ED HATS Values Worth Up to 1 QQ $3.50, at JJ) 1 70 Shiny straws and Milan hemp hats, in black, purple, gray, green, navy, rose and gold in the newest and most favored shapes for spring, including Mushrooms of all sizes, Continen tals, Flare Hats, Rolled Sailors, Turbans and a large variety of novelty shapes. Women looking for inexpensive hats will be interested in this un usual offering of untrimmed millinery, which presents the most re markable values to be found anywhere in the city. A wonderful assortment of new shapes tomorrow at $1.98 for choice. . thoimbd free ok charge. Odd Lots of Furniture On Famed Oak IXavenoe Knitr. three pieces, davenoe, rock er and chair; Imita tion leather uphol stered. R e r u 1 a r 1 y J 6S.OO, at ..i 0 Bunsralow Beds. three - piece style, with national link springs; white enam el nnlsh. Worth $10.00. at $44.00 S5.95 Odd let of Chairs, for dining: or living; room use; some are sllrhtly 1 m p e r f ect. Values worth CI fUi J2 tc 2M at JDX.UU White Knamel Beds, double-C1 QC bed size, at..3J-Ot 2 Oak Chiffoniers, five drawers: plate mirror. Worth JQ QC iiojso. at.. aiJtVO One 3eMoc Ronad Pedestal, quartered rolden oak. Worth &"!:.... $9.00 a "Fussed. Oak Chlnn Cabinets, single-door style. Sold retrularly ff ,14-w S8.95 4 descn Feather Pllfewfc large size; fancy tickings. Sold regularly at 11.25, at .... 79c Furniture Dent "Acres the Street." Dress Goods Remnants 88c Values Worth $1.25, $1.50 and A splendid coUectlon of desirable fabrics, ineludln-r the followlnc W"Fr2neh Seme. Cheek Snltlnr. 8stm-f.ee Pmnella. Caberdln. IssPHed Mohair! Cheviot. Stena Sersre. Black-and-white Plaids. Arsanre. Sllk-and- WO44M,TncnVs' wide. In black and a full range of colors. Remnants , if White Washnble Corduroy, line hollow cut quality. ATJ In lengths for skirts, suits, etc SSc value at, yard is Goldenberaa First Floor. . $6.50 Reversible Rugs at $3.95 T-ot nf IT Reversible Art Rugs, 1 9i;-ft. large room size. In medal I lion and neat Hgured designs of green red, and brown. j fioldenberg's Fonrth Floor. "UeUo! Send Me a Box of Pyramid." Tour case is no worse than were the cases of many who did try this remarkable Pyramid Pile Treatment and who have since written us let ters bubbling- over with Joy and thankfulness. ..Test It at our expense by mailing the below coupon, or net a Boo box from your druggist now. Take no substitute. FOR THAT HACKING COUGH to erf, buys -run nw.Tnir, size box Rtrsl.r Slit. -2c. 0c, II. At Dmegl.u BROWN'S oHuiTROCHES JOHN I. BROWN & SON. Boston. Mann. LOANS HORNING Rrlce. Va. (noutb nd of lllshway Brldga). Free automobiles from th and P U. nw FREE SAMPLE COUPON PTRAMID DRUG COMPANX. tM Pyramid Building.. Marshall. Mich. Kindly send me a Free sample of Pyramid PUe Treatment, la plain wrapper, - Nsms Street qty "tf.. SUM J NINTH" C- T - "a TIME TO SAVE 3o SAVINGS ACCOUNTS J Half Pairs Curtains, 39c Sold by the Pair nt 2. tSMm&t. Lot of mill samples of half pairs or single strips of Lace Curtains at a fraction of the price you would have to pay for the complete pairs. Fin" grae Filet Net. Scotch and Nottingham Laces: some lace trim med, others In panel effects to be useef one at a window. White, Ivory, and ecru. These are 214 and 3 yards lonir. 30 to 60 Inches wide. rirst Floor Bargain Tables. $1 Brassieres, 49c Kxtra Fine Qu"y Rr"al,'r,"' with fine lace and embroidery trim mlngs: broken sizes and odd styles. Third Floor. Big Sewing Machine Sale And Every Machine Backed by a fouve uuarantee Singer Slightly raed. Grant $25.00 $19.50 Agents' Price, S30.00. Special. , Domestic Agents' Price, S5S.00. Special, $33.50 . . m.-l-. Vitivsi Aatatiliar-tAfl thalr worth .b7 manyny.ar.nor ..rvlc.'lin American hSme.r-Eve-one is in perfict sewing condition with a complete set of attachments. Thero Is a. limited number only. Take advantage of this specially arranged i Tt;.JeJ are nna.nnllr low. and. In addition, our liberal term of deferred Darmrata make baying exceptionally easy. Be .tdes7t?e "Sntrol I thirty sale el the Domestic, notary. Vibrator "-Slt-nlte" Machine. The machine with over a SO year record tha0"tIcPrl!." answer your every requirement. Repairs for all machines, prices and terms to suit all. $1.00 PER WEEK Goldenberg's Third Floor. Sale of 25c Cretonnes at 10k Yard ' About 1.000 yards of heavyweight Cretonnes. In mill lengths up to S yards; choice of floral, figured, shadow effects and overprints. In light and dark colorings, Excellent for curtains, draperies, cushion, trunk, and furniture coverings. Many pieces are alike. Goldenberg's Foarth Fleer. Juvenile Wearables Children's Coats, of black-and-white checks, with colored trim mings; also blue serge (JJO OQ with pique collars and belt wum0 Babies Short White Coats, .of Bedford cord, with circular cape and silk braid (f QQ trimming cDJLhO LUtle Tata' Sport Hats, in stripes and tan color, with neat -0f Little Tots' Gingham .Hubbard. Dresses, In pink and blue; qc 1 to 3 years ........v.... Out Children's HnsHn Sleeping Draw ers, excellent quality; sixes QQn 4 to 10. years.. ............ WL Geldenbeig's Third Fleer. 98c Petticoats, 66c Remitant lot of Women's Petti coats, in neat stripes with floral patterns. " . Third Floor. $1.25 Fireplace Screens at 59c Each Odd lot or Fumed Oak Frame Fireplace Screens. 25 Inches wide, 3E Inches high: tilled with line grade sUKollne, In green and brown. Ooldenberga Fourth Floor. 5-4 Table Oilcloth, Worth 25c Yard, at 14d Ilemnants of (-quarter Table Oil cloth. In plain, white tiling, effects, and fanoy patterns tfco best grade manufactured to retail at tie. for 14c a yard. In useful renjnanta. Goldenberg's Ftol Floor. 18c Unbleached Sheeting at life yd. Lot of mill lengths of yard-wlda Unbleached Sheeting Cotton. In good lengths for making sheets and piling: cases. ileavy round threjid quality. Goldenberg'n First Floor. 50c and 75c Linoleum at 29c Square Yard Mill remnants of Cook's Cork-filled Linoleums, In pieces to 3H square yards, many alike: also Congoleum. the new process linoleum, in lengths up to 15 square yards. 8-quarter width. Light ar;d dark colors, in tile and parquette flooring designs. GoldrnbergV-t-Foarth Floor. 50c Combinations, 39c I Small lot nf Women's Combina tion Garments, consisting of cor set cover and drawers; odd lots. Third Floor. 3,500 Yards of Mill Remnants of White and Colored Wash Goods From one of the country's foremost textile manufacturers a new shipment of 3,500 yards of mill ends of High-class White and Colored Spring Wash Fabrics at rare savings! Every yard of the finest quality crisp, fresh new weaves not odds and ends not left-overs or last season's patterns. Lot One Includes White Novelty Voiles, Embroidered Drafton Voiles Woven Fancy Orf-andie, Woven Shadow Plaid Voiles, Woven TSdee Novelty Voiles, Embroidered Stripe Dash fj Sffl? etc?, 36 Sd 40 Inches wide Lenrths from 2 to 6 I Q yards. Values worth 35c and 39c yard. Sale price w Lot Two Includes White Cannon Cloth, Two-ply Voile, French Or-m-nAU Pukma Checks. India LInon, Plisse Crepe, Lon-rcloth, Nainsook, ercerizd Batiste. Seed Voile. Check Dimity, W Organdie, Shadow Lace Voile, Oxford Suiting. Mercerized Madras, Woven Welt Pioue. etc. Widths. 6 and 40 inches. Lengths for -d JL, wairts and dmses. Values worth 19c, 25c. and 29c Z'C yard. Sale price ,,. i...n- First Floor. r-nolf!enberg'i The Dependable Ston Remnants of Domestics Values Worth 120, 15c and Q3A'r 19c Yard, at ' 41- t , A big accumulation of remnants from the domestic department, m- ClUdFereales. rres Ginghams, Kiddle Kloth, Printed Crepe. Ameskeag ninghanu, Ontlng Flannels, Canton Flannels, Hornet Flannels, Iludung Fleeeedown, Etc. , . tl . , Useful lengths for making women a and children a wear. Goldenbers? First Floor. Women's $3, $3.50 and $4 Shoes, $1.95 A Friday clean-up of broken sizes and odd lots brought to light this week. Button, lace and blucher shoes, pumps and oxfords in the lot; of patent colt, gun metal and tan leathers, also bronze and combination effects. High and low heels. Sizes in the lot, 2 Yt to 8, but not all sizes of each style. Goldenberg's First Floor. b "Both Sides of Seventh Street"