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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY: JUET 18: 1918. H i Promised at Playhouses BEULSCO. Bcscrlbtd as a rapid movlne whimsical musical comedy in three arts. "In and Out" come to the Belasco Theater Sunday night for a week', stay. Collin Davis and How ard "Whitney Swope have furnished the book and lyrfcs and Joseph Ii Howard has composed the music The company is a large one. and prominent In the cast of principals axe Zoe Barnett, Lew Beam, Helen Ely, George Leon Moore, Trsey San Francisco,, when sex-vll prof iteers Instigated a call upon the clergyman by more than four hun dred women or the streets. Is Included among the fact material of .the drama. Readers of Pacific coast news of last spring will recall the Incident. Calling In a body led by a spokes woman, evidently carefully rehearsed, the women asked the pastor and his congregation: "Now that you have destroyed our only means of sub sistence, what are you going to do with us?" But the paste- and his Courdray. Charles Warren, Marjorie parishioners found humane answers Drew. William H. Phllbrlck, and for the question, with the result that David Adler. Dlker and Sadler, South , tlie major part of the women there American whip dancers, will appear , and then forsook their then mods of In their novel specialty for the first time In this country. Alan K. Foster has staged the work and devised the "business," groupings, and incidental dances. life. COLUMBIA. Beginning Sunday and for the first half of next week Marguerite Clark will be seen at Loews Columbia In a plcturization of "Uncle Tom's Cabin.' NATIONAL. Only three dava remain of the en gagement at the National Theater of , Hiss Clark plays two parts, those of the marvelous Prlxma color motion J "?? l?P'TJ,ZZ. J? ,.?? picture, "Our Navy." While the de-,n polnt ?f conception and treatment Trtopment and operation of the larg- ",,t "' '" lD" ra"? "i e.t and most powerful navy that ha. I rll"t,e ""leaver- By the ad of . flow? th. Star, and Stripe, con- I d ". - l Clark : will be SUtUtes the m1or nortion nf fhft nrfl-tE"" ... w..cwuo,j gram at the National, other color movies are shown, thus rounding out one of the most comprehensive cinema program, the season has offered. "Our Navy" is a film of superlative interest to those Who have relatives or friend, in the nation', first line of defense, but will be found equally fas cinating to anyone with a sense of th artistic or to anyone who is not sv blase as to be immune to thrills. The engagement of this subject at the National has created widespread In terest, but there ara still rood Rent for the remaining showings. Tw performance, are given daily, the matinee, at 2:10 and evenings at 8:10. in the same scene as Eva and Topsy. Thursday, and for the last half of the week. Dorothy Dalton will be seen in "The Kaiser's Shadow." B. K. KKITTTS. Two star, will fill the stellar po sition on the B. K. Keith bill next week, George MacFarlane In song., and lime. Albertlna Rasch in ballet dances. Mr. McFarlane comes from '"Mis. Springtime." and "The Heart of the Heather." lime Rasch Is assisted by XL Constantln Kobeleff and a group of coryphee., the same dancers who accompanied her on her recent Cuban tour with Sarah Bernhardt The special comedy feature will be Duffy and Inglis, the eccentric comedians, better known as "The Music Mas ters," or "Two of the Neighbor's Child ren." Milo. with shoes, hats, ana gowns et latest Parisian mode, I. submitted AS a question of sex and Identity to be Solved. Those who have seen this novel attraction are cautioned to keep mum and let their neighbor get the "buck passed to them." Ideal, the champion lady fancy swimmer and acrobatio diver, will offer her sensa tional aquatic act. Mr. and Mrs. Mel burne will be a continuous laugh In "On the Fourth Floor." Emma Ste phens, the Brads, the pipe organ re cital. and the Hearst-Pathe News Pic torial and real war film, form the remainder. Next Sunday at 3 and 8:15 p. ro, the bill will Include Christie MacDonald and company. Williams and Wolfus, and all the other. In the current ar ray. ' ' STRAJVD, At Moore's Strand Theater the re mainder of the current week will be devoted to continued screenings of "Revelation," In which Madame Alia Naxlmova appears. The principal feature of the photo play bill at the Strand next week will be "Just a Woman." a screen version of the stage play of the same name, written by Eugene Walter, In which, as upon the articulate stage, Charlotte Walker will be seen In the stellar role. This gripping story of the Pittsburgh mills and the fight of a -plucky woman to keep the love of the man who "went on a spree," 1. one of the strongest that ha been transferred to celluloid, and has been given a splendid silent production. All features are supplemented by short reels of news and comedy in terest ana accompanied by syn chronlzed orchestral accompaniment. Sailor and Marine, Brothers, On Ship 9 Months, Finally Meet CUMBERLAND. M(L, July 18. Benjamin L. Martin, Jr.. of the United States marine corps, and h's brother. Edward V. Martin, wat"- tender both of the II. .. S. Arljsnsaa, traveled on the ocean abcard the same ship for nine months, r-itrer knowing tha. the vther was aboard. Tho toys met recntt when they were leaving the sail at the airuc time to go on a furlouffo. Th brothers had nut en each other for nine years, prior to boarding the Arkansas one a. a marine and one a. a sailor. with new musical numbers, lively dances and original comedy presented by a corps of comedians not hereto fore seen at the F street burlesque house. In addition to the two bur lettaa, numerous specialties will be Introduced by members of the com pany. POM'S. The, Finger of Justice" is the at nounced offering at Poll's next week, commencing with Sunday matinee, when the Rev. Paul Smith, 1U pro ducer, will personally introdu.ee It and describe the condition, that made Its production Imperative. The Incident In the clergyman', experiences in ADVERTISEMENT SATOr. "Say. Toung Fellow." the late.t photoplay release In which Douglas Fairbanks 1. the pictured star, is an nounced as the attraction it Cran dall'a Savoy Theater for next Sun day and Monday. Other offerings fsr If you want to keep your hair in ! th wf ek JSTe: Tue.8da?.f' Mad.':.e F'n' rrnrw rnnAltlnn. h. orf..l wh neny ,n inc MrriM o t; n cunei- Cocoanut Oil Makes A Splendid Shampoo GARDE. The last two day. of this week at the Garden will be featured by Alice Joyce pictured in "Find the Woman." Three sterling film drama, wilt be offered at the Garden next week. Sunday to Tuesday, inclusive, Frank Keenan will bo the pictured .tar In "More Trouble," said to be the richest comedy that has ever found Its way to the screen. On Wednesday and Thursday, Carmel Myers will hold the screen in "The City of Teara," Bluebird's latest release. On Friday and Saturday, Franklyn Farnum, another Bluebird favorite wilL be shown In "The Empty Cab." The features are supplemented by short reel subject, and orchestral accompaniment. CltAXD ALL'S. Orandall'a Theater offers as It at traction for next Sunday and Mon day "A pesert Wooing." in Which Enid Bennett Is the pictured star. The program for the remaining days of the week embraces: Tuesday and Wednesday. Douglas Fairbanks in "Say, Toung Fellow!" George M. Co han In "HIt-the-Trall Holliday" on Thursday and Friday, and for Satur day. "The Golden Wall." the latest starring vehicle for Carlyle Black- welL COSMOS. The Cosmos Theater next week will feature an International bill of vau deville. Hawaiian, and Amorlcans will appear In "On the Beach at Walklkl," a spectacular musical pro duction; French in "The Man of Mys tery," presented by Duquesne and company, Japanese in the Three Mori Athletes: England and Canada In "Sue," presented by Saxon and Clinton, Chinese and Cubans in Rucker and Winifred: and Italians in the Musical Cellini., with their musi cal offering of tone and color beauty and electrical effects. The matinee photoplay will be the sensational feature, The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin," the season's big Indictment of the Hun. Sunday, starting at 3 p. m.. "The Children of Confucius" and last week's attraction will be presented for the last time. GLBJT ECno. Dancing on an excellent floor to music by a ten-piece orchestra in an open pavilion U one of the at traction, that Glen Echo Park of fer, every week night. Three of the best park rides In the country, the gravity railway, derby racer and the whip, offer en tertainment with a "kick." and a long list of minor attraction, round out the dally program. The Midway in Itself Is a miniature city of fun with It. Slides, Barrel of Fun, Human Roulette, Firefly Ride and other entertainers. There Is no charge for admission to the grounds, and every convenience Is provided for outing parties. wash it with. jday, Pauline Frederick in "The Final Reckoning: Thursday, Carlyle Black- Moat aoap. and prepared shampoos we ln he aMta Wall contain too much alkali. This dries the scalp, make the hair brittle, and 1. very harmful. Just plain mulal-fle-d cocoanut oil (which is pure and entirely grenseless). Is much better than the most expensive soap or any thing else you can use for sham pooing, as this can't possibly injure the hair. Simply moisten your hair wltn water and rub it In. One or two tra spoonfuU will make an abundance of rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the hair and scalp thoroughly. The lather rinses out easily and removes every particle of dust. dirt, dand ruff and excessive oil. Th hair dries quickly and evenly, and It leaves it fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy to manage. Tou can get mulslfied cocoanut oil at most any drug store It is very cheap, and a few ounces is rnouch to last everyone ln the family for months. "A Man's World;" Saturday, of Silk Stockings" Friday. "A Pair K.MCKEnnOCKER. "A Tair of Silk Stockings." a photoplay adaptation of the stage success of the Fame name, will be (liuwn at fYandaU's Knlckeroocker Theater as the feature of the bill next Sunday and Monday, with Constance Talmadge pictured ln the stellar role. The program for tho remainder of the week includes "Hlt-the-Trall Holli day." with George M. Cohan; "How Could You, Jean?" starring Mary I'ickford. and "A Desert Wooing." CASI.YO. Beginning with matinee and evening performances next Sunday, the offer ing at the Casino Theater for one week will be "The Honeymoon Girl.," presenting new burlesque, embellished GREAT FALLS PARK. Delightful concert, and dance mu.lo are feature, of the afternoon and evening entertainment furnished by the Ladles' Liberty Orchestra at beautiful Great, Fall. Park. Inoreas Ing numbers of newcomer, are dally enjoying the attraction, at thi. popu lar resort, where there are free mo tion picture, and other amusements. Picnic parties, hiker, and kodaker. get a great deal of pleasure, on their trip. here. Great Falls Park I. reached by fast electric trains which leave the terminal at Thirty-sixth and M street, at frequent Interval.. STEAMER CnARLES MACALESTER. The forty-mile trip, being made nightly by the Steamer Charles Mac alester are proving increasingly popu lar. After discharging passengers for Marshall Hall, the boat continues down the river, turning at a point opposite Indian Head. Dancing may be had on board as well as at Marshall Hall. At the latter place a diversity of amusement, are offered. Three trips are made to the Hall dally, the time of departure being 10 a. m. and 2:30 and 6:30 p. m. m Closed All Day Saturuuy ruring July and August Becker's Kit Bags Aristocratic Hand Luggage B eckcr Quality Kit Bags the aristocrats of hand luggage are con venient and desirable for men in the Service as veil as for civilians. Squash and Upright Models well made of select English hide stitched-on corners, stout straps, strong handles, brass lock and fittings vari- (ftQfT ore sizes from 18 to 30 inches. Prices start at tpdt) Wardrobe Trunks, General Purpose Trunks, Visiting-Cases, Army Locker Trunks, Suit Cases, Fitted Bags and Cases. NORWALK High-Pressure Tire, and Tabes. Becker's Leather Goods Co. 1324-1326 F Street CHEArCAKB BBACII. The special vaudeville attraction at Chesapeake Beach next week will con tinue to be Wormwood's apes and monkeys, which are drawing large crowds with their clever tricks and amusing antics. Free performances will be given daily at 3 and 8 o'clock. Picnic parties are taking advantage of the shady groves and quaint pavilions along the shore for all-day outings. For those who are kept ln the city by their work during the day a special train ha. been provided, leaving the District line daily at 0:30 o'clock and arriving at the resort In time for the pleasure-seekers to en- Joy crabbing, fishing, salt water surf bathing, and other diversions before it grows dark. Tho mile-long board walk affords a delightful promenade, lining which are varied amusements over the water Including a free dancing pavilion. Appetizing menus are to be found at the several cafes on shore. BOY DETECTIVES MAKE ARRESTS IN BALTIMORE BALTIMORE, July 18. With one boy under arrest as the result of in formation they had given to Sergeant Payne and Patrolman White, two boy detectives arrested the second boy in the case and dragged him to the Eastern police station. Frank Lexczowski and Frank Wc Jeck are the boy detectives. They say they overheard two boys talk ing about robbing James J. Lannon's office, the Federal Electric Welding Company, and several stalls in Fell'a Point Market. DISTRUSTED BY GERMANS. LONDON". July IS The Continental , Times of Berlin, edited by the rene-! gade Englishman. Houston S. Cham- berlaln. is struggling to raise funds to keep up its existence. Rvcn the German bankers will not trust Cham berlain any more. Swift & Company's sales of Imt tMf In Waihlnxtiin D. C . for tha wtolc c&din. Batnraiy. July U. Uli, avenced Hit cceu per poaod-Adrt. 3 on Savings Deposits 1 U. S. SAVINGS BANK 14th and You Streets WADE H. COOPER, Pres. Store Opens 9:15 A. M. Store Closes 6 P.M. XRHoofewarb & Xotbro-p New York WASHINGTON Paris Belgium Flags For Belgium Day, Sunday. Jury 21, Cotton. Silk. Wool Bant Ing. at various prices. Fourth floor. Many Things to Make Tomorrow a Good Shopping Day and the Store Will Be Closed Saturday This week's revision of merchandise brings to the Friday Remnant Counters a quantity of articles of exceptional merit from almost every department of the store, and through this weekly clearance method we are able to offer our patrons today's high-grade merchandise at Friday Remnant Day prices. Remnant Day Items not sent on approval or C. O. D. No local phone or mail orders accepted. Friday Special Crystal White Soap, 7c Cake 75c Dozen Cakes f A good Laundry Soap that does not injure the clothes. The best recommenda tion of it is that our customers coma back for more after they once try it. No less than 24 cakes delivered. Fifth floor. Eleventh street. LINGERIE WAISTS 10 Ilose and Copen Chambray Waists. Sizes .12. 34, SO, 41 and 46. SUM each: were S2.C0. .,., 10 Waists, ln cotton crepe, striped frlns ham. striped swiss and madraa, S1.93 each; were S2.03, $3.25 and S3.03. 18 Waist of Handkerchief Linen, French voile and organdie. S3.85 each; were S&JX) and J 5.75. Third floor. Eleventh street. Friday Special in Boys' Sport Blouses, Specially Priced at 58c Each 25 dozen Boys' Sport Blouses, in plain and assorted patterns; serviceable fabrics, long and short sleeves. Sires 7 to 15 years. Specially priced at 58c each. Fourth floor. O street. WOMEN'S SWEATERS 3 Fiber Silk Sweaters with fancy weav. pocket, and sasb. 1 Green, size 3ft; S3.73 was 19.S0. 1 Copcn, size 33; SS.7SI waa $10.75. 1 Gray, size 40; S3.75) wa $10.73. 1 Copen Blue Fiber Silk Sweater, belted back, with saah In front, and woven band, of yellow ln sailor collar. Size 40; SLSOi was $0.75. 4 Purple Wool Slip-on Sweaters, purled In gold at walst-ltne and cuff.; jrold band, woven In sailor collar. Sizes 40 and 42; S3J0 each; were JB.70. 3 Green Fiber Silk Coat Sweaters with convertible collar and cash. Size 38; S3.05 each: were $8.70. Third floor, center. Friday Special Sale of Spanish Stuffed Olives, 10c Bottle An imported Olive of high grade, ex cellent for table and picnic use. Thoy are very specially priced at 10 cents a bottle. Fifth floor. Center. CHILDREN'S SWEATERS 3 Green Fiber Silk Sweaters with sailor collar and sash. Sizes 28, 30, and 32; $US each; wre $5.09 4 Gold Colored Fiber Silk Sweater, with sallur collar and sash. Sizes 28 and 30; SU3 each; were $4.25. 1 Hose Fiber Silk Coat Sweater with belted back. Size 30; $tJ3 was $4.23. 2 Copen and white striped Wool Sweat ers with convertible collars. Size 32; $1.83 each; were $4 73. 1 Ilose and white striped Wool Coat Sweater. Size 32: ttJOSi was $4.75. 2 Navy Tlluo Cn.it Sweaters with sailor collar and sash. Size 30; $US each; were J3.P5. Third floor, center. Friday Special Coffee at 28c Pound An excellent grade of coffee, as good as the best, and a special value at 2Sc pound. Fifth floor. Center. HOUSEFURNISHING DEPARTMENT 1 Trnntnjr Poard on stand, SSJMi was $4.00. 1 Itefrtcerator. apartment house style, SI0.7T.I was $25 00 1 Ilcfripcrator ennmel lined, top leer, IK.7E was $23.50. 2 Rakes, slightly imperfect, toe each; were 25c 7 2 pronir Onion Hoes, 23o each; were BOc 3 Rakes, silently Imperfect, S3e each; were 50c. 1 Rake, slightly Imperfect, 30e was 70c. C Blue Enameled Dish Fans. 43e each; were v 1 White Flour Can. fl.TSl was $2.23. B White i;naml Preserving- Kettles, S1.00 rach; ucrr $1.TJ5. 6 White Hnamel Tea Kettles. SXJ3 each; wrro $2 00. 2 White Enamel Tea Tots. 33 each; were C5c. 1 Elertrlo Vacuum Cleaner, shop worn. 10.50 1 was $22 50. IS Toilft Paper Racks, special value, SSe earn. Tifth floor, Eleventh street. Friday Clearance of , Women's High-Grade Pumps, Oxfords, and High Shoes $3.75 Pair Among these remainders of discontinued lines of high-grade footwear are a large number of the well-known Laird & Schober models. The material and workmanship is of the best and a good fit is assured. They formerly sold for $9.00 and $10.00 pair, and are offered tomorrow at the low price of $3.76 pair. 16 pairs Plain Women's Black Vamps, White Quarters and Oxford Ties, made with plain toe, turned soles and French Louis heels. Sizes A 4, AM, 5 and 5. B3&, 4 and 5. C 4, 4. 5 and 5. 8 Pairs Women's Dark Brown Kid Vamp Oxfords, with same shade of suede quarters,-hand-turned sole and French Louis heels. Sizes, B 3, 6 and 7. C 3 and 4. 8 Pairs Sand Kidskin Vamp Oxfords) with same shade of suede quarters, hand-turned sole and French Louis heels. Sizes, A V& and 5. B 3, 4, 4K and 6. C4. 8 Pairs Black Kidskin Pumps, with white hand-turned sole and French. Louis heels. Sizes, A 4. B 3tf , 4 and 5. C 4, 5 and 5Vt. 10 Pairs Gray Vamp Pumps, with white kid -quarters, hand-turned soles and French Louis heels. Sizes A 3H. B 3, SM and 4. C 4. 6 Pairs White Kidskin Pumps, trimmed with black patent leather, hand turned sole and French Louis heels. Sizes A 7. B 7. C 2tf , 3K and & D 6T4. 6 Pairs Black Kid Vamp Pumps, with fawn kid quarters, hand-turned soles and French Louis heels. Sizes A 3tt. B 3, 3tt and 4. C 4. 13 Pairs Black Kid Vamp Colonial Pumps, with white quarters, trimmed with tongue and buckle, hand-turned soles and French Louis heels. Sixes. AA5 and 5H- A 4, 4 and 5. B 4 and 4H. C 3, 3K and 4. 3 Pairs Grey Kidskin Pumps, hand-turned soles and French Lords heels. Sizes AA 5. B 6. 9 Pairs Women's White Canvas High Lace Shoes, made plain toe, hand turned soles and French Louis heels. Sizes, AA5M and 6. B 3ft and 6. C 3i and 5. D5H. $3.75 Pair. Were $9.00 and $10.00. Third floor. Tenth street. Friday Special WonWs White Milan Hats at $3.50 and $5.00 Each' Roll, sailor and mushroom shapes with band and bow of white grosgrain ribbon. Exceptional quality. $30 and $5.00 each. Also the following: White Italian Milan Hats with soft satin or velvet crowns, in contrasting . Jors of purple, rose, black, and white. These hats are large and droopy. Specially criced at $8.00, $9.00 and $10.00. ' y Third floor, T street. ' ' Friday Special All-Linen Damask Hemstitched Tea Cloths These serviceable cloths may be used for either breakfast or tea and are excellent Till 11CS 36x38 inches, special at $2.75. 45x45 inches, special at $4.75. 54x54 inches, special at $6.75. Also the following: 50 12x16 inch Madeira Boudoir and Baby Pillow Cases, hand embroidered. Pillow cases that regularly sold for $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.75 and $4.50, Now $1.25, $L75, $2.00, $2J0 and $3.00. Second floor. Elerenth street. ". Friday Special in " Men's Light-Weight Suits Reduced to $17.75 24 Suits, men's and young men's models, in two and three-piece, lightweight garments, of blue and brown flannels, tan and gray cheviots, in plain and neat fancy effects; ends of lines; sizes 36, 37, 38, 39 and 42. Remnant Sale Price, $17.75. Jlaln floor. Tenth street. Friday Special Women's White Chamoisette Gloves, 65c Pair Women's 2-clasp White Chamoisette Gloves, with Paris point stitching; sizes 5 to 7H. Special at 65c pair. Street floor. Center. Friday Special in Manufacturer's Sample Umbrellas, $2.95 Each Sun and Rain Umbrellas, manufac turer's samples, 21 inch. Plaid and bor dered silks, finished with assorted wood handles in the new short lengths. Regu larly sold at $4.00 and $5.00. Special at $2.95 each. Street floor. Elerenth street. GEORGETTE CREPE WAISTS 40 Flesh. White, Cream, and Blade Plain Tucked, Embroidered and Lace Trimmed, taken from regular stock, one or two of a style. S3JIS each; were J 5.00, $5.73 and and fC.00. C Wash Net Waists, lace and braid trim med; sollod. M.OO each; were $6 71i 1' With Net Waists. SI.SO each; were tl 75. Third floor. Eleventh street. Friday Clearance of FINE CORSETS Clearance sale of various models in our Parame. Lily of France, and Madame Irene Corsets, mado of pink broches and fine white coutils. Nearly all are low or medium bust, with medium and long skirt. They are good models, following the pre vailing corset lines. An exceptional opportunity to get a superior corset at a greatly reduced price. Corsets that were $13.50, now $8.50 pair. Corsets that were $13.50. now $7.50 pair. Corsets that were $10.50 and $11.50, now $3.00 pair. Corsets that were $5.00 and $7.50, now $3.50 pair. Third floor. F street. Friday Special Indian Waste Baskets, 38c Eaji A new lot, 144 in all, finely woven and substantial, practically unbreakable ring: handles, in natural colors, trimmed in blue, rose, pink, purple, green and red. Special value at 88c each. ' Fifth floor. Tenth street Friday Special in Women's Jersey Ribbed Combinations, 37c Each 40 Do2ea Women's Jersey Ribbed' Comhi nation Suits, low neck and no sleeves, knee length, extra size. Regularly 50c each. Special at 37Y2c Strset floor. O atret, Friday Special in Crepe Corset Covers 45c Each . A lot of Cotton Crepe Corset Covers, m loose style, trimmed with linen lace. Very spedaJ value, 45oeach. Third floor. F street. CHINA AND GLASS. alxe. .llfhUr imperfect. SiOOi was 1J.M. 1 11-jn. fiat Class Flower YaseTallxnt T imperfect, sajsoi was JS.00. """ 1 12-tn. Cut Qlaaa Flower Vase. allr&U lr Unperraetl $SJX, was 17.50. "" H doaen Handled Ice Tea GlasscDalsr pattarn. X0Ot were J2.00. -,i,Hmad 5?SSrt1 Footed Glass Bowl. XJSi waa SJ.JS. . l.Wlekar Frame Serving: Tray, mltahta tor lamonad Bat- SJSOi was .7S. 1 Mirror Corered Nickel Frame Sen. toff Tray. SOSOi wa. 11.50. 1 Mahogany Finished Large Size Serr JJJC Irax. aUchUjr Imperfect. 9ZXSi waa X Antarlean Art Pottery Vase. tUOOt waa 12.00. 1 Art Pottery Bud Vases, decorated. 28 each; were (Us. 1 S-plece Japanese Art Pottery Smok iar 6t. X83i waa IMS. 2. richly decorated Nippon China. Fruit Bowfa. X00 each: were J2.00. 1 PlarUo Art Urn with pedestal andtia liner for ferns, S3AOi wa. S5.00. 1 imported decorated, handled, corered Cracker Jar. allghtly Imperfect. 1LS was tun. Fifth, floor, F street. Tennis Rackets A special lot of Tennis Backets, that reg ularly sold up to $4-00 each. Special at $L00 each. Fourth floor. Center. INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL 0 Infanta Handmade Slip of fine ba tiste, finished with feather-stltchlnar around neck and sleeves. S1.73 each: were S2LS3. 4 Infants' Wool Blankets, with pink or blue ribbon blndinc 34.73 each: were 4 Children. Nainsook Skirts, made on band, trimmed with ruffle of lace and In sertion. Size. 8, 10. and 12 years. We each: were 21.00. . . 2 Children'. Hats, one of black mllan trimmed with wreath of flowers and black, velvet band: one of leghorn, mnshroom shape, trimmed with wreath, of daisies and whit ribbon. S-UM each; were S&SO and 27.00. 1 Child's trge Blue Straw Hat. ronad crown and rolled brim. tzjOOt waa 21.72. Fourth floor. Eleventh street- Hammocks 1 Ehaki-covercd Couch Hammock, com plete with mattress and springs, used as sample, $7.75, was $9.75. 1 Khaki Couch Hammock, slightly imper fect. $17.50, was $25.00. Fourth floor. Center. TRUNKS AND HAT BOXES 2 Women's Hat Boxes, duck corered. leather bound, forms for 2 hats. SftJS each; were 210.00. 1 Man'. Leather Hat Box. S3.T3 was 27.50. 1 High Grade Wardrobe Trunk. S3U0 wa. 2125.00. Fourth floor. Center. Friday Special in House Dresses, $1.50 and $2.25 Each Dresses of checked and striped percale, belted style, plain or adjustable, trimmed wife plain colors, in green, lavender, tan, and blue. Sizes 44 and 46. Special value, $1.50 each. Dresses of checked gingham, in pink ana Diue; long sleeves, made with collar, buttoned down front; adjustable belt. Sizes 42, 44, 46. Special value, $2.25 each Third floor, F street. Friday Special in Women's Silk Hose, $1.25 Pair 50 dozen Women's Silk Hose with lisle garter tops, in white, gray, champagne, and tan, slightly imperfect. Special at $1.23 pair. Regular $1.60. Also the following: 40 pair Women's Pure- White Lisla Thread Hose, extra fine quality, double sole, high spliced heels, full-fashioned legs. These hoso havo mended places in them. They regularly sell for 85c pair. 9 and DV4 only. Special at 40c pair. 18 pair Women's Champagne Lisle Thread Hose, full-fashioned legs; sizes 84, 0, 94. 50c pair. Were 75c. Street floor, G street Friday Clearance of Reed and Willow Furniture At Very Much Less Than Today's Prices J I 1 lanre Kldner Shaped Allorer Uphol stered Settee, covered In green denim, hand made in our own shops, suitable for Li brary. I.lvlnr Itocm or Drawlnc Jtoom. ssaooi was $90.00. I-avender and Ivory combination Iteed and Wood Ret, consisting of Desk and riiair Table. Setter. Arm Chair. Arm Jlocker. Cano seats with attractive printed linen seat pads. A very attractive set of furni ture, desirable for all-year use. SU3.TS was j::s.oo. An,u" Bai lTry Settee. SSCOOi was 27S.00. 1 .?InA and Irr Arm Chair. S36-O0i was 250.00. Wood frame., reed backs, and sides, tane seats. rtEKD Asm nATTAir PurwiTtrrtn 1 Hound Chinese Rattan Stool. S3.00i wa. 1 Square Rattan Stool, S3JM was Jt.00. 1 Chinese Rattan Tabourette, SS.oot was IT SO 1 Frosted Brown Reed Fiber Side Chair. S3.0O: was 27 SO 1 Portable I'ompelan Oreen Kemcnade or Lunch Servinir Basket. STJVOi was 21SO0 1 Drown Reed Umbrella Stand. SLSOi wa. JJ..50. 1 Brown Willow Side Chair, with .eat and bark cushions, SlO-OOi was flt.OO. 1 Shellac Reed Desk or Dressing Table Chair, (MLSOi was 210.00, 1 Chinese Reed Corner Book Stand, with four hlevc. prey enamel finish. Sio.oot was 2:5.00. 1 Enameled Willow Tabourette. 18.00. was 210.00. 1 Chinese Reed Center Table, trray en amel finish. S 10.00; was 216.50. 1 Grey Enamel Reed Table, square style. 110.00, was 218.00. 1 Philippine Rattan Settee. S33.00i was J (.0.00. 1 very One Nut Brown Floor Lamp, shade lined with trcld silk and frold colored silk: frlnrre. SSSjOOi was $55.00. 1 fine Verde CopDer three-piece Reed Set, with tapestry seat and back cushions. SOXTSt was 2125.00. 1 Louts XV hand carved Italian Walnut Brie a Brae Cabinet. SlOO.OOi was 2:25.00 1 Louis XVI Italian Walnut. Oval Wall Mirror, antique cold finish, l3.O0t was 22SO0 , 1 Llncrusla three-fold Library Screen. 23.00 j was tliOO 1 Llncrusta Library Screen, fCO.OO; was 130 00 Fifth floor. G street. Friday Special Wizard Polish and Dustclolh, 95c Regularly $1.30 These excellent cleaners are well known and are wonderful savers of work. This week we make a spe cial offer on the Polish and Duslcloth: 1 quart can of Wizard Polish; 1 large size Wizard Dust Cloth. Regularly S t . 30 special value 95c. Fifth floor. Eleventh .treet.