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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. MONDAY; FEBRFARY 4; 1918.
NEWYORKMANHAS XKHoo&warb & Xotbrop New York-WASHINGTON-Paris NEW SOLUTION OF Good Furniture For Your Home and Buy It Economically Do Both When You Buy Woodward & Lothrop Furniture HafBBBBBBBBBBr SBm4 J I KJ I 't-lfVSN FREIGHT PROBLEM nlTi VEW TORK, Feb. 4 The estab lishment or "ready-frelRhf yards at short distances from pre eat freight terminals on all rosds reaUilns New Y"ork Is advocated In a letter to Di rector General of Railroad AV. a. McAdoo by a wellknowif New York business man. Into these yards he would put all domestic freight which could not be Immediately rereived by consignees, all Jomestlc freight which ouiu nut be Immediately routed by Din railroads, and export freight for which no ships were waiting- He ar cues that this would prevent con gestion on the roads and tonKe available freight for transport Into the city by truck which the local manufacturers could not get other-1 wise. At the same time, he said, the , plan would relieve railroad conges-1 tlon, because It would relieve the j ----- -. ., -. .---,. uiousanas or cars on uieir tracKage. This business man Is a heavy user of railroad transportation, and he evolved his plan from the standpoint of the man who has been hurt by lack of rail facilities. Rasentlals of Plan. In his letter he gave the follow ing essentials of his plan: Define and establish sites for the erection of sidings on all main railroad Unas as ready-freight yards, approximately one hour's freight distance from terminal and seaboard points. Build on such sites railroad sid ing arranged for ready-freight sheds, with railroad track on on aide and wagon road on ths oth er side. Build traekslde raady-fraight sheds. Cantonment camp builders to rect sheds. Place such sheds under military guard. Whenever necessary, during la bor shortage, with the co-operation of the mairest military forces, detail the needed number of sol diers to load and unload, follow ing the precept of foreign coun tries In this respect. Under the plan as outlined the ready freight yards would not only errs domestic needs, hut aid In the military supply situation. The author gave .Wo main uses for the ready freight sheds: Use f Jrreisrnt Sfcedk. To receive all freight Intended for foreign shipment whenever ships are not Immediately ready. To receive non-perishable freight Intended for the domestlo commercial needs of cities where terminal docks or depots are congested. BOASTFUL PRO-GERMAN ! GOES TO ELLIS ISLAND! i NTTW TORK. Feb. 4 Arthur P. Jer lsch, who says he Is an American citizen of German birth, went Into a cafe In the financial district and said exultlngly to an employe: "Germany Is going to win the war. What's the good of the United States going 'over there.' She hasn't a chance." An angry crowd gathered about Ger lach. who defiantly continued his pro German talk. "I hare two sons In uniform, and you can't say anything like that around here " said the employe Gcrlach had dressed "And I have a son In the aviation -orps." added another. "Well. he Germans win gt them all'' Uerlach li said to have shouted. He was arrested. A the Federal bunding, where he was 'aken before Assistant United Stat Attorney Knox, he said he bac come ncre from Germany when he wis one and a half years old. had married here snd had returned to the Fatherland In 901 A year ago, when the German authorities planned to place htm In the military service, he left bis wife and two children la Germany and aunt her. He was sent to Ellis Island. mCKTSR IS HERE TN (pilars fsE Sm f!OIi nsTtsT fUUJtfts UNITED euiRT A COU-AR CO..TKOY. N. tl Your liberty Bonds Held for Safe-Keeping Free of Charge 49 on Deposits Society for Saving and Loans Bank u. tTnsVr U. S. Oort. Supervision 522 13th St. N. W. j How to Make Victory Bread and Quick Bread Do You Know the Wheat Flour Substi tutes and How to Use Them? Come and Learn on Tuesday, February 5th, at 2:30 o'clock Free Demonstration and Lecture in the Auditorium by Miss Bantz, under the auspices of the Liberty War Kitchen. Take I street elevators to Eighth floor. If you value your home and its comforts, and if you place the proper valuation on the returns you get for your money, you will most certainly value Woodward & Lothrop Furniture as we show it today. Here Quality Furniture is the dominating thought and quality dominates every piece and it is really priced very moderately, much less than today's wholesale prices warrant it to be priced, because we bought it early and we priced it for our customers on the same basis that we bought it. We Consider Ourselves Very Fortunate to Have Such a Splendid Stock of Furniture So Moderately Priced ' ! WS.S. TOTTO ium The Whole World Looks to Washington Let's Have It Lead in War Savings Stamps This Week-Thrift Week Washington Mast Lead Furniture for the Living Room The tendency in living room furniture is towards a refined simplicity, and naturally the designs shown by us are In complete harmony. This does not prohibit beauty in anyway, but rather accentuates it, being necessary to give more attention to detail. In the living room furniture upholstering there is much beauty and elaboration of coloring and fabric We wish to emphasize that this furniture Is not only artistic, but is built on lines to give unequaled comfort, and the quality is such that length of service is prolonged. The Blue and Gold Chinese Chippendale Suite is a typical ex ample of the art which Chippendale introduced in his cabinet work after receiving the Chinese ideas. The coloring, the design, the lattice carving, all show this influence. The upholstery is in blue and gold with rose and green stripe. Davenport, $200; Armchair, $125; Small Chair, $8S; Table, $160. A Hand Rubbed Brown Mahogany Queen Anne Suite, with cane center and arms; upholstered in large figured blue and gold damask. Davenport, $115; Fireside Chair, $65; Armchair, $75; Day Bed, $90. Elegant Karpen Upholstered Suite In Queen Anne design, with loose spring cushions; finest silk velour upholstery; decorative pillows and bolsters; the unusual depth of the cushions makes this a very luxurious suite. 78-inch Davenport, $185; Chair with extra cushion, $90. A very fine popular-priced suite in Louis XVI design, with cane back and sides; gold and blue velour upholstery. Davenport, $90; Fireside Wing Chair, $50; Armchair, $40. An All-over Upholstered Colonial Suite m plain "black and gold coloring. Davenport, $75; Chaise Lounge,. $65; Wing Armchair, $40; Plain Armchair, $45; Ottoman, $20. 3-piece Over-stuffed Suite, covered In light blue and gold striped velour. Davenport, $125; Armchair, $70; SIdechair, $70. 3-piece Suite, Special at $75 Solid mahogany frame, made In wing style, upholstered In two tone rose tapestry. One of the best values obtainable. 3fece Suite, Speckl at $135 Two-toned striped velour covering: Davenport, Whig Rocker, and Armchair. 3-pface Softs, Speckl st $177.50 Queen Atrne design, upholstered In two-tone gold damask. Solid mahogany frame rery high grade construction; unequaled for comfort Chaise Lounges and Day Beds Have a Style of Their Own That Has Made a Wide Appeal Chaise Lounges give the comfort of a roomy armchair and lounge combined, and are far more artistic and lend so much more beauty to the home than the old style couch or lounge. We are showing the newest designs in Mahogany Chaise Lounges Adam, William and Mary, Jacobean and Colonial. They find much use in the boudoir of the young girl and the matron, and also where a combination bedroom and living room are fitted up together. Priced at $27.50, $30, $40 and $50. Day Beds another piece of furniture that is beautiful and practical; really settees and .beds combined, and just as distinctive and decorative for the home as either. Four-poster Colonial Mahogany Day Beds, $20; box springs, uphol stered in beautiful figured and striped silk damask, $32J0 and $35. Queen Anne Day Bed, upholstered tapestry box spring, cane head and foQt, $65.00; William and Mary design, striped gold and blue velour box spring, $55; a Queen Anne with handsome gold and black box spring, and extra pillow to match, $55.00 another handsome Queen Anne de sign, cane head and foot, beautiful upholstery and separate pillow and bolster, $90.00. Odd Chairs and Rockers In a Variety of Good Designs for the Living Room, the Drawing Room, the Reception Halt Odd Rockers Two-toned ve'. . "holstery, mostly high-back styles. .50 and $20 Odd Tapeitry Chairs Several good overstuffed designs. $20, $30, to $60 Wing Chairs and Rockers N Plain cane seat, back and wing designs, also those with slip seats, and some with upholstered seats. There Is a very wide range of types in these Chairs and Rockers, high and medium backs. Suitable effects for all homes. $17.50, $18.50, $25 and $30 Notes About New Furniture XTery TriisTDsIcd Bedroom 7uiuitnrti euiittiiuai ia faror. Tbe most popular period design Is Queen Aimo and may b bad in fnmltnra for any room of the home. Walnut Is growing more fashionable for bedrooms and dining rooms: the soft, warm tones of this wood being highly appreciated. All suites shown by us as Walnut are genuine American Walnut. Wood Beds are rapidly assuming the place they held in colonial days, and the designs ara tha height of artistic taste. Bay Beds end Chaisa Lounges are irlrming tha approval of school girls, debutantes, and matrons aHka. Can panels set tn Bedroom and Living Boom Furniture, lend a deddedly refined tone. The Dow or rounded earner foot board tn wood beds is Just com ing in and serves to relievo the straight and uncompromising lines objected to by some in most wood beds. I ts' I I ST. X A A AA, ol ssssssssssssssssssWfl ! H 1 I I I 1. V S Poster and Wood Beds Wood Beds are rapidly assuming the place which they relinquished with the advent of the Brass and Enameled Iron Bed. They are not the clumsy, cumbersome and inartistic things that they formerly were, how ever. Quite the contrary, all the grace and charm that the most beloved debutante or lovely young matron could possibly yearn for are expressed in the new designs. Some of them have such daintiness of design that they are placed distinctly in the decorative class, at the same time rendering a most practical service. They combine the practical and sanitary virtues of the metal bed with the sentimental appeal and beauty that only the wood can boast Woods: Mahogany, Brown and Walnut, Ivory Enamel White Enamel. Designs: Red, Poster, Colonial, William and and Mary, Adam, Sheraton, Queen Anne and other popular periods. A complete showing in Twin, Single and Double sizes. Mahogany Poster Beds, $22.50, $30 to $55. Ivory Poster Beds, $27.50 and $33.50. Other Design in Wood Beds, $30 to $60. Furniture for the Dining Room You will enjoy coming here and seeing the various periods of Dining Room Furniture, and noting the adaptability of the suites to your own particular needs. We shall be glad to show you the ex cellent construction and to assure, you of the merit that is. back, of each suite In addition tor its fine appearance. Handsome Mahogany -and walnut Suites in Queen .Anne de sign, 10 pieces, $340. The distinctive point about this suite is the elegance impa-ted at the moderate price, and the construction that goes with it It has the cabriole leg with the delicate curving and shaping that endears it to all; it has a broad carved rope edge -and beaded panels. l, Two veiy ajttractif e AdarrCBrothers Suites, with the well-known neatness of design, which they always show, are In mahogany, and the size is especially desirable for small apartments and new house keepers. One is priced at $211, and the other at $301. A Very Special Suite at $495 Chinese Chippendale Design with lattice decoration, and the chairs have the typical Chippen dale lattice back; the buffet is an especially notable piece, having four cabinets, two center ones being fitted with sliding drawers. Massive and heavy design, desirable for a large room very specially priced. An elegant Genuine Chinese Chippendale Suite chairs showing the artistic arched back, the cabriole leg with carved claw feet and carved leaf design on the apron of the leg are marks that give to this suite an appearance of stateliness which is further carried out by the oblong table. Priced at $610. A Cromwellian design in Fumed Oak Is entirely different from anything shown, having the oval extension table and the octagon shaped posts, which impart a degree of strength and sturdiness. Fumed oak Is very easy to care for. 10 pieces, $255.00. Beautiful Walnut Suite of ChaTles 2nd design, $602.50. The buffet has the raised cabinet effect without mirror, and the bent legs and simple carving carry out the design of this period to perfection. We call special attention to the rich finish of the walnut Inlaid Fumed Oak Suite, $296 the inlaying of oak is unique, but gives a rich and pleasing appearance tending to lighten the som berness of fumed oak somewhat The design is Sheraton, and the cabinet pieces have a swell front Gate Leg and Tea Tables For Apartment House Use and Small Housekeepers Mahogany Gate Leg Tables are very popular because they may be shut up so compactly, and this feature is the one that mikes them especially adaptable to homes where space is a serious consideiafion, as is the case with many at this time. There are a great many dif ferent designs, 30 to 48-inch sizes. $22.50, $27.50, $30, $35, $45 and $50 Drop-leaf Tea Tables are also very popular for small homes as well as for entertaining purposes, $20 and up. Tea Wagons, some with the regular casters and some with the small revolving swivels; all have the removable glass trays, some with rounded corners. $10, $12.50 to $30. An especially attractive William and Mary design has drop leaves, making it very nice for tea parties. on SAVINGS Washmgto.n Savings Bank tuuxona uront fiau:. fl.W. Furniture for the. Bedroom That Is the embodiment of refinement, comfort, daintiness and all those qualities that appeal to the homelife of men and women truly anxious to have their" furniture represent them in an unmistakable manner. Ivory Enamel continues to be very popular, its refreshing brightness and dellcac appealing to all; fine walnut and mahogany suites for those preferring richness and dignity. AH periods are represented. An Ivory Enamel Suite of Adam design with the plain lines, aid fluted columns and the customary Adam urn decorations. Chiffoniers with four larsv mH hr rm-.ii drawers; with mirror, $45; without mirror, $35; Vanity Dresser, $76; Chifforette, $65; uresser, ?au. a ,1. iirntrii U4nrf.Mii nt. i. ...-. rr-kMM-i L...ii. .. .. . ...-( t i t nd i.J pink roses, neatly tied with prctU bV nbbni nii(Ton?cr with riirmr $47 50- itbo.it $55; Toilet Table, $55; Dresse"" $60 and $65; 1 wlucds, $50 v iJi, u!.ius ana xoc&eis u nuicn, ? The Louis XVI design Is done in Antique Ivory, which means a co-mingling of the real ivory tone with a deeper brown in the carvings and distinctive period prin cjples; deep glaze J finish, with medallion corners and embossed decorations; bow foot board on the bed, and paneled head-board, having the floral carvings peculiarly f the Louis XVI period. ChirTorctte, $65; Dressers $50 and $85; Toilet Table $50; I 1 in Hk $45 each, Double Beds. $60 each. Suggestions in Mahogany and Walnut Suites A simple, but very elegant Amber-brown Mahogany Suite is one of the very finest designs we are showing. The large roomy Chifforette, $125; Dresser, $115; Toilet Table, $80; Bow-foot Bed, $85.00; Rocker, $135; Sidechalr. $13.50; Toilet Table Bench, $13.50. To the usual richness of the Louis XVI design in Wal nut is added a gilt burnishing of the artistically carved tops, and the festoons of roses exemplifying the love for elabo ration which characterized the French at this time. It Is used here with innate good taste. Dresser, $100; Chif fonier, $100; Vanity Dresser, $125; Bed, $100; Rocker and Sidechairs, $22.50 each; Bench, $18.50. Another Brown Mahogany Suite has just a dainty beaded edge to relieve the extreme plainness, and is exceed ingly desirable. Toilet Table, $35.00; Chiffonier, $45; Vanity Dresner, $75; Dresser, $50; Twin or Double Beds,