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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4; 1918.
?t Liiinsbmirg'li & Bro, Has Many After-Imvemiitoiry Lots for Tuesday HERE'S HAT THAI'S LIES ARK NOTING RAG TOO it?- iiAnciAnrrr mo. "Hie uslpninff jcunp deicn-. Are designing ifcrutiRh anil thi-iun And they even have temerity Ti. have designs on . KW" TOTtK, Feb. 4.--Tiny liae ot up all the factories. tli offices and shop. On theaters and r.-'tau-ni s they'ie even put the .ti- to Mt ,ii coal so prceioii- and thi"e n dimmed th Ilshti. s.i the oni ciizliiis iini White Way ii .- Kian tl.ec- ntglu nt'c toppd our cati'ic sujrar va stopped our oatiiifr m"at and . --at iiufls till our diet Is a thing f r from ronplrtc Hut :h.nis!i the bti ';..ernn:etu cioppmc a'l the jn 10 Mop tin 'b-an i-iirners fenn l.ond Hi ywr f man. So th lm- onni; ilejipncra l.eep dcslcnins risln alcms l'ie;M thincs for that third cliaiimr that Is neither wine noi mii. Talir Itrrath Aithjt. The n -elties they're turntnc out qui'e, take your breath away and after that they take your cash if O'i e une left today. To ha e ..! hat tipon your head and also i our hand you think perhaps a rasir feat and hard to tmdt rstand. But r-illy it's quite rimple v hen x.-i! are in the Mi.v for one hat make a knitting bac and one a mart Ciapeau. The yet I raw ra. of mixed straw trimmed 1.1 mamieta 8lll mid caly colored fruits and flowers likewise of (silken ilk. A puffed silk crown adorned the ha' inn n re upon your head. To mak- the hand ha C. round the brim deep si'k ias shirred instead. This hatl aet will be the. talk, jio . doubt. minv a town. The head hat worn 1 r!crt-ido up the hand hat up aide down. Hop sacking in a cmj;ham check of hi x blue and white makes up t. trllitn novelty that's reall i'n lirlch' It la a set or hat and bac . combination riferjut Ujln nue bat; . an apron too. It leads a double life The back piece fastens o'er the front with sonsy frill of blue end draws ip with to navv strings like all good bacs should do. Dut when jou lift this back flap up it fastens lound the waist and makes an apron pocketed where knitting may ! placed. The hat a simple sailor shap la covered with the check and on both hat and apron bag is crewel fruit, by heck. Hop Sacklnc Skirls. Hop racking skirts are also smart with coats of elveteen. Pome w Itli lapels and pocket flaps, hopsacking aced, I've seen. And apropos of skirts, my dears. I if a ntrrelty so charming and orig Tnalt quite appealed t(,mo. It was m parasol with tips and -handle i nry 'white and covered with a Chinese kirt, a truly gorgeous sight, and yrt Srlthal In best of tste. It's fitted pasejs shone with rarest hand em broidery In blues and golden tone. .Of course a bag- made of a skirt ac companied it as well for if jou see i thing- with out a bag to ma'ch 1 4o tell . My little son a satchel lia to tnk 2rls books to shoo It's made of bur. Jap, on one side Is a design in crewel. Well In the smartest of the shops pon Fifth avenue there is a bac Idtn 'Ucal exposed to modish view. It dlf fers only In Its size and what it's 3made to earrv for knitting and not learning It holds more necesary. The yarn design upon its side looks like a plat de Jou- upn. a meatiest, wheat jess day It's fruits you may be sure. A burlap hat to'mlftrh It up Is yarned and darnd. the same designs It has upon itself and I designs, oh shame, tipon tn small sons school book bag. J ieavv do adorne ,? if he misses it sorr day he'!! I. a where to look Jo- It Oilcloth Hats. Verity. Fonrn ! (nv hats of oilcloth, black. - nove. thing, oh very. Pome wreaths t,' tinr flowers how and i r pea, n plum and rhrrr. While rme . , .rhan shape. Eeif trimmed, are a ' of .I'lolh jliinv with swag icer V" '' 'landing loops These tur tiSTis i .ir- tin hii Ui. illith. sacking now 3 lj;n" g-'-'H prize, from ordinary thing-- i l . iVs they make som amart - i-p i For ..in-iion ,!- eoal ni,.ai fts riow e' !..! j.-s r and de flgners u- li .... i-.owl;- things ni to desptt. H Hfl-A j ' sH- il Actually Aged 3 Trittinphantto aupsriar to. ike traditions" of tha imparfed MADE tornf fU IUi (SPARKLING TABLE WATER GB Editorial Stores might be divided into a l t of diirercnt classes', but there arc just two classifica tions we wi;.h to make to day tlte "Go fcottems" and the "Wait foreins." The latter arp of the kind that Mt and wait for a salesman to come around with a "pood buy" in merchandise; wait for others to" "try out" new ideas; wait for everythinjr that makes for better service. The "Go jrettems" are the stores that wait for neither time nor man. They jro into the mar kets with a "magnifyinj: plass" to find good things which they can sell to the public at a special price. They reach oat into the un known paths of store buying for every new thought that will make your buying more pleasant. It's the "Go gettems" that add new additions to their build ings, the ones that lead rather than follow, the ones loved by their friends and re spected by their competitors. B VSR Toilet Specials That Mean Savings gnoJ big assortment of them, and all just what you want and are probably needing. Note the reductions. 15c Witch Hazel, 10c 35c Nedra Compact Powder with pull, 25c. 5 c Corset Sachet, satin covered. 2 for 5c. 12J..C Emery Boards, 10c doz. Small vial Mary Garden Ex tract, 30c. 25c Bath Salts, 19c. 10c Munyon's Witch Hazel Soap, 8c. 5oc La Blache face powder; all tints, 39c 35c D. & R. Cold Cream, 29c PImt Floor I,iuiuhurxh ft Iiro. An After-Inventory Sale of Millinery Just a fow odd lots -brought to light during stock taking and which v.c avfe g'oing to close out at almost nothing. They're rll good, clean, hats. . Untrimmed Satin Halt. Values to $3 Untrimmed Velvet HaU. Values to $3 Velvet Model Hats. Values to $20, at , Odds and Ends of Fancy Feathers at A Great "Coming Out" of Smart Spring Suits Hundreds of New Arrivals Are Here These new notes, gathered here, set down fashion's caprices for spring. Where is the woman who is not interested in "what is new this season?" There are Suits that will appeal especially to ' love for shopping and afternoon wear. $1 50c ...pO 10c Second Floor. I.aniburgh & Bro. r "outdoor" women and Suits that women will A Wonderful Showing For So Early in the Season WS.S. viuiaimin mrwtmKrTm ormorriTU ooroMtvcr THRIFT WEEK,Feb.3to 9 Washington Must Lead in Ownership of WarSavingsStamps Every One You Buy Helps Your Country to Victory! Every One You Buy Is the Best Kind of Investment! Buy and Buy Often This Week Far Sale at Caahler'a Desk Flrat Floor. Tomorrow We Place On Sale 2,000 Yards 36-ln. $ 1 Black Chiffon Dress Taffeta - - - One-piece frocks and separate skirts make up nicelv from this black chiffon dress taffeta. It is our own special make with the name woven in the selvage which insures satisfactory wear. A soft chiffon finish. At lressX .39 79c 36-40-in. New Spring Foulards, Yd., $2 and. New Spring Foulards in all the new and ex clusive designs. Any number of scroll, figured, dot and striped effects. $2.00 and $2.25. 34-in. $1 Genuine Silk Shantung Pongee, Yd. . This material is a very heavy quality guaran teed to wash and retain the silky finish In natural colors only. At 79c. 40-In. SI. 59 Silk Crepe de Chine, A beautiful lustrous crepey quality in all the desirable colorings for street, after noon or evening wear. Choose from light blue, old rose, gold, medium gray, plum, silver, maize, Copenhagen, wisteria, ivory, navy, midnight, white, black, or wild rose. Special at rhtrd Kloor-l.aiubursli A Ilro. $2-25 $ .39 Yard - Art Specials Five of Them Practically all o them show re ductions of one-half or more. After-inventory items. 22-inch Centerpieces, stamped in conventional designs on white linen crash. ZOc values at 17c. Conventional or floral de?irns stamped on Scarfs and Pillow Covers made of linen crash. 50c values at 2jc. Stamped Centerpieces, Pillow Covers and Scarfs made of linen crash. All ready for out line and solid embroidery. 9Sc values at 30c. Stan'pcd Fudge Aprons, made of striped lawn. Dainty desifrns for French embroidery- o" l.inen Lare Insertions and Edc-infr-s for art needlework trim inng. 10c yard. Third rioor, l.anabarsa A Bro. fflk ( jsij MjMri m Spring Ideas In New Waists Just two lots to mention today, but tbey are the ones that are most desirable for wear right now. Ono lot of "Fern" waists and one of Crepe de Chine. All are dainty and attractive. Per haps you'd like one of. each. Fern Waists at $1.00 each "What is so rare" as a blouse that is attractive, serviceable, medium priced and liked by every one. You will, find that the Fenf Waists belong in this class, as- their .popularity will show. " They are made of dainty voiles or organdie3 and trimmed with lace and em- l broidery. At $1.00. Crepe de Chine Waists at $2.79 each Distinctive waists may be found in this selection of blouses made of crepe de chine, em broidered in front and finished with hemstitching. Fashion able sailor collars complete them. A choice of cither white or flesh. Specially priced at $2.79. 5rvond Floor T.aantiorsh X Bro. Another Day In The After-Inventory Sale of Shoes Prices: $25 to The Materials: All 'your old friends will be found in the -showing. Such Porret 'Twills Poplins Serges Silvertones Velours Shepherd Checks And Light Mixtures The exact materials you would select were you ordering from your tailor. The Colors; Are rose, gray in many dif ferent shades, tan, Belgian blue, navy, black, and light shadesidf- green. $g9.50 The Styles: The Semi-Bustle Suits are the newest creation of the coming season, and are bound to be quite popular. Then there arc Eton 'Suits and plenty of strictly tailored models. Many new braided designs. Also a number of ideas in Vest and Vestee effects that are of wash- "able materials a decided adt vantage. J" "" --" i' " So Far We Have Been Fortunate Enough to Have Only All-Wool Fabrics. Sizes 16 to A.'t. Second Floor I,ant)iirjth & Bro. A Surprise in Store for You A lot of children s shoes added to those advertised before. worth more than double the special price Women' Shoes, Pair, Several hundred pairs and each pair 54-Inch $4.50 Blacjk Broadcloth, Yd. bO.H5 $2.85 Boots -and Evening Slippers that have sold up to $8.00 a pair. The size rane is incomplete, but women who wear the narrower widths will find good choosing. All are made of selected mate rial. S2.8.-,. Odds nnd Ends Children's Shoes at $1.00 Pair o0 pairs of t-nildren's shoes in the smaller sizes 7 to S1!. Made of null leather 'with pood thxl. -.ols Extra spe cial at J1.00. Women's Shoes, Pair, $4.65 Hijrh-Rrade Boots in this season's styles. Many of them in nov elty patterns. Made of leath ers, (tray or fawn suede, brown kidskin, patent leather, tan calf skin, etc. All sizes. $4.63. Second Kloor I.nnhorch A- Ilro. Xo profiteering here-. "We could hold this fin:B,Klih-'atuCs5it.for much more. They were bought seven months ago and we are thus-5n -a -position to offer this cloth at less than actual manufacturer's cost today. Buy a full skirt or suit lenRth even if you have to anticipate your wants one, year" ahead. The invest ment will pay you .beyond the dreams of avarice. Thisfine.'blaci broadcloth is full 54 inches wide. Shimmcry satin face; twilled back. ;-Old standard dye; closely sheared face; all pure wool; rich crow black. Only 14G -ards for sale. 2 $3.50 W - W7 83 kr n vtm w ', !, m No Draperies Add So Much to the Home As Do Cretonnes We've a bi(t showinj: of new 1018 colorinps and pattern ready for you. Thank fortune they were bought many months ago; otherwise tho prices would be much higher. Cretonnes bought hereafter will cost 20. to 30". more. at 19C yd. We offei at this price two tables filled with U7-in-h and 30-inch heavy quality cre tonnpc, in new dpfiignH on light or dark background. Floral or oriental efTects. 19c. at 29c yd. .'!';-itifli '.'nUinries in pretty floral or foliago e.nVrt. All popular makci are repre ncntrd in this lot Puritan, (N. gonial, und Uentrim Mills. An assortment of colors and design, at 2Sc yard. New Spring Jersey Cloth It is full 54 inches wide and has the advantage over serge and similar fabrics as it does not grow shiny. Comes in white and assorted colors. Special at 53.50. Third Floor. I.anborh A Bro. 50-Inch Navy t' Qg Imperial .Serge . X " w w 50-inch rich navy blue Imperial Serge. Guaranteed old standard dye. Adapted to tha present styles of making dresses. Only 197 yards for distribution so act quickly. Special at $1.98. 50-In $2 Black f Cft Storm Serge ...Mlow Pure aM-wool crow black Storm Serge which is full 50 inches wjde. It is non-crushaoic. Ex cellent for one-piece idrese and children's middy skirts. For or.- day only, $1.50. at 39c yd. The most popular priced Cretonne for slip covers; n good, heavy quality that will give a.tisfactory norviee. In tho greatest as sortment of designs and colorings at59c--69cyd. Fine Uep Cretonnes in largo or t.mall floral effects. Odd doignff in Chines", tapestry, bird und other now effects. Extra heavy for reupholntenng, draperies or iIip cn era. Slip Covers Made Now at 75c Each Now is the time to have slip covers mudu for two reasons. Ftrot, we arc not as busy now as wc will be later. Second, pnn-s will bo highor during tho busy season. The material is, of course, charged for extra. Cretonne 19c lo S2.85 yard Poplin . 98c yard Striped Ilamuhk t.ir t.ird I .nei e 63c yard Ige pirrr .1- sofas, Imh r .r.tjnr 1 1 2itirth Klnur, .it $1.23 piece. I.An.lHirjzh A. ilr Lowest Blanket Prices For Years To Come If the war ended tomorrov it would take years to bring the blanket supply back to normal. It is imperative that you buy now if you would own your bed coverings at a reason able price. We have plenty now but very soon wc will not have. Double Size Woolnap Blanket, in white, plaids or tan. Closely woven and finclv finished. Pair, S5.00. Double Sire Heavy Woolnap Blanket, durable and well made. White or gray with pink or blue borders. Pair, JG.00. Double Size Plaid Blanket, closely woven. In handsome effects in blue, pink, gray or tan. Pair, $7.50. Double Size Part Wool Tlaid Blanket, in dainty pink, blue and gray combinations. Pair, $10.88. Double Size Iirge Block Plaid Blanket. A small quantity of rotton make M bed rover mg uxtrciiielk durable. 5non il pink t;n olue or era Pair, 512.01). Koiirtu Floor, l.niiBbursa A Urn 5 $1.50Undermus!ins at Samples, of Niht Robes and Ert elope Chemises made of fine quality nainsook and pretti! trimmed with dainty laces and line embroid eries. Up to Si. 50 values at 96c. $1 to $2.50 Silk Camisoles, 69c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50 Samples of Silk Camisoles made of China silk, wash satin or crepe de chine and daintily trimmed with attractive laces. Si. 00 to S2.50 values at 69c, SI.0O, $1.25 and $1.50. Sample Envelope I hc mies made of fine quality China silk, . crepe de chine or wash batin with lace trim ming. Values up to $3.."0. at 51.95 and $2.6.-.. Sample Night Bones of China silk or crepe cic chine, with lacc-trim-med yokes. 55.00 val ues at 53.95. White Petticoats made of good quality cam bric, with dainty laco-trimpied flounces. $1.50 to $--.00 values at 51.00. S1J50. S1.9-". Night Robes of tine Duality flannelette, aintily striped. In higb or V neck styles. SI JO and 51.G9. Ex tra sizes, $1.95. 96c WM '-J 111 : Il lA Third Floor l.niiKliursh A. Ilro. Store Hours: Open 9 A. M.; Close 5:45 P. M. : THE STORE Or GREATER SWC: - 420-430 Seventh St. Through lo Eighth Si