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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, SEl'lKUBER 2G. 1918. MS ORDERED U TO SAVE PAPER Bernard M. Baruch, chairman of be "War Industries Board, today Is sued the following order, wbjch ar fects every retail store throughout the United States. f "Paper conservation is essential as a. war measure. Every retail store is, therefore, directed to discontinue the unnecessary wrapping of mer ehandlse, and to reduce Its consump tion of wrapping paper, bags, paper boxes, office stationery, etc, to that which is absolutely necessary. The officials of the War Indus tries Board feel confident that tue public will co-operate with their tores In making this order effective. Economy in the use of paper will re lease chemicals, fuel, cars and men all necessary to win the war and will also enable the Government to secure Its requirements of papt which are Increasing rapidly. "The necessity for this order be came apparent this week when It was realized that the Governmen: -would soon be obliged to divert to the ammunition manufacturers a large quantity of chemical pulp formerly used In making wrapping, tissue, book and other strong papers The increasing production of am munition and the short cotton crop snake this necessary. t "The administration of this order has been placed in the hands of the pulp and paper section and Dr. E. O. Merchant, In charge of the economy program, has prepared & set of In structions for retail merchants and designed a placard, which will be of assistance to them in complying With the Government's order." CITIZENS PROTEST CAR FARE BOOST The members o"f the Rhode Island Avenue Citizens- Association today stand committed to oppose the pro posed Increase in fares on street rail ways. A resolution to that effect was unanimously adopted at the associa tion's meeting last night. It was the general opinion that the association is unwilling that the fares be raised unless some guarantee Is given that the service will be improved. "The superintendent of public schools will be requested to place six portable buildings for school purposes , al Elghtcneth and Monroe streets oortheast to accomodate 00 school children who are kept from school because of lack of room and seats. A committee of ten was appointed to arrange a community Fourth Lib erty Loan mass meeting for October 4. S. S. Symonds presided. BRITISH WAR HERO DIES HAGERSTOWN, Md.. Sept. 26. Ser geant William B. Pattlnson, of the English army, who rendered distin guished service for his country In Egypt, Palestine, France and Belgium, broken in body and spirit after his discharge on account of physical dls- ability, died at the Washington Coun- ty Hospital In this city and was buried today from the residence of bis uncle, W. H. Wilson, with military honors. Sergeant Pattlnson recently came to this country to recuperate. The change temporarily benefitted him, but recently he suffered a relapse. Sergeant Pattlnson. who was twen ty-elght years old, enlisted in the first reserve training corps at Maryport, England. October 9, 1914. After see ing service in Egypt and Palestine, he went to France and Belgium and served for two years as a member of the Durham Eight Infantry. He was severely wounded and gassed In the Battle of the Somme In 191C and also wounded and gassed at Vimy Ridge In 1817. He has relatives living in Hagerstown, Kansas and West Vir ginia. A small English flag was found pinned under Sergeant Pattinson"s coat liver his heart. He was a mem ber of the Masonic fraternity. HONOR STRIPES IN NAVY Service and wound stripes will be worn by the navy as well as the array, according to an announcement from the office of Secretary Daniels, inverted V shaped rold chevrons will be worn on blue uniforms and yellow silk lace or braid on white uniforms. Regulations governing the use of the chevrons provide they nay be used by all persons In the service who have served more than three months east of the thirty-seventh meridian. or who have had equal service on this coast north of the equator or aboard ships torpedoed ox. fired upon. VETERANS INDORSE WILSON. TULSA, Okla., Sept. 28. President Wilson's conduct of the war was unanimously Indorsed by Confederate veterans here In their twenty-eighth annual encampment. ADVERTISEMENT. Society Women's Hair !A Simple Home Treatment That Makes It Truly Fascinating. Nowadays all up-to-date women want radiant hair, s.i soft, fluffy and abundant that t fascinates and com pels admiration. 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Don't delay begin tonight a little attention new Insure beascifol hair for years to 39c and 50c Cretonnes and Zira Cloth at 24c yard Mill lengths of Washable Cretonnes and yard wide Zira CLoth. In floral, figured, tapestry and bird designs. Light and dark colorings. Lengths from 4 to 9 yards, but many pieces are alike. De sirable1 for draperies, curtains, scarfs, comfort, and cushion covers, shoe, sewing and laundry bags. First Floor Bargain Table. Odd Lot of Corsets at 98c Odd lot of Corsets, good quality materials: medium and low bust models, with hose supporters. Mostly all lies. Goldrnbenfa Third Floor Daily Store Hours: 9:15 A. 31. to 6 P. 31. ? IT PAYS TO k DEAL AT I BOTH SIDES OF 7 ATKST. "THE DEPENDABLE STORE'' J Women's Sweaters at $5.98 Women's Fait Sweaters, stylish weave. In rose and Copenhagen blue. Made with pockets and belts, fin ished with stylish rolled collars. Correct weight for early Fall wear. Ooldenbeiua Third Floor. Drop Pits in the Barrel, Please Our government has requested us to save the pits and kernels of peaches, plums, apri cots, prunes, and the shells of walnuts, hick ory nuts, and butternuts. These will be dried and ground into granules for use in making gas masks. We have provided a barrel at our Mam Seventh Street entrance for this pur. pose. Kindly bring the pits to the store and drop them in the barrel! Liberty Peach Stone Barrel Main Seventh Street Entrance. The Weekly Round Up of Remnants and Small Lots Offers Big Savings Men's Fall and Winter Suits at $18.75 Values Worth Considerably More There worPt, be such suit values offered again this sea son. They are remainders of our regular stock and that in itself establishes their value, for we cannot duplicate them io sell at this moderate price. The assortment embraces an excellent range of ma terials and styles, in well tailored, ggod. fitting suits of con servative and extreme models for men and young men. Choice offered of neat mixtures, stripes, plaids, brown ef fects, and novelties. Sizes in the lot from 34 to 42. Men's and Young Men's Suits, $13.75 38 Men's and Young Men's Suits, well made and tailored; good as sortment of desirable patterns. Odds and ends; broken- sizes in the lot from 34 to 40. $2.98 and $3.50 Pants, $2.29 Lot of Men's Separate rants, good serviceable materials. In neat stripes; sues 34 to 40. Goldenbers's First Floor. Up to $35.00 Men's Suits, $22.50 45 Men's High Grade Suits, of finest auallty materials: one to three of a kind and model. Best workmanship. Sizes In the lot from 34 to 40. Men's Khaki Pants, $2.19 Men's Khaki Pants, good qual ity and correct weight; well tail ored, finished with cuffs, belt loops and flap nfickets. Sixes, 32 to 40. Up to $4.00 Lace Curtains at $1.88 pair One to four pair lots of Fine Quality Scotch, Madras, Nottingham and Cable Net Lace Curtains, in white, ivory, ecru and Arabian shades, 2, 3, and 3', -4 yards long, 36 to 50 inches wide. In patterns that are exact copies of the high cost laces, in heavy worked, novelty effects and neat designs; all made of the best double round thread Sea Island thread. These are left from our recent big purchase, and as the quantity is limited, we advise an early call. Goldenberg'a Fourth. Floor. A, Specially Prepared Sale of Fine Untrimmed Hats Offering the Newest Shapes and Most Wanted Materials at Unusually Low Prices Here is an event conspicuous for savings. Women who want to buy a 'new Fall and Winter Hat will find in this sale the opportunity looked for. The assortment embraces a great va riety of smart shapes suitable for all occasions. Besides youthful styles, there are various' models appropriate for matrons. Trimjning becomes a matter of easy adjustment when hats possess such artistic becomingness as these. Plan to buy your fall hat here tomorrow and trim it to suit your fancy. j Silver Velvet Hats j .Jnaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat $2.98 High-Class Untrimmed Hats Large and medium size hats of superior quality black and colored silk velvets, with full draped or partly draped crowns, shirred and plain brims of straight or unusual lines; in large, medium and small shapes; some with col ored facings. These hats need very little trim ming, as the crowns are soft and (34 QA pretty. Sale price J)el7U Goldenberg's Second Floor. A splendid assortment of styles, includ- ng large shapes with straight lines, side oil hats, drooping brims, mushrooms, and he newest large and small brim hats, with soft draped crowns, in black, brown, taupe and navy blue, bale price Beautiful Untrimmed Hats A wonderful showing of high-class hats of panne velvet, Lyons' velvet. Hatter's plush and silk beaver, with facings of shaggy beaver and combinations of materials, in black, brown, taupe, purple, navy blue and contrasting colors. Large assortment of unusual and distinctive shapes, many of which are copies of French S.... $5.98 $13.98 Up to $19.75 Room-size Rugs at $13.45 An old-fashioned remnant sale of Room-size Rugs, offer-, ing remarkable bargains in one-of-a-kind patterns, in various sizesand kinds for any room in the house, at about one-fourth, to one-third less than the prevailing market prices. Included are 6x9-ft Seamless Brussels and Velvet; 9xl2-ft. Sten ciled design La Belle Rush or Crex and Reversible Wool and Fibre; SxJO-ft. Stenciled design Herringbone Weave and Crex de Luxe, and 8 ft 3x10 ft 6 Heavy Fibre and Wool Fibre Rugs. In excellent pat- . terns and colorings. Goldenbers's Foarth Floor. Axminster and Wilton Velvet Rugs, Worth $45.00 and $47.50,, at $34.50 Large room size Axminster and Wilton Velvet Rugs, close woven deep pile fabrics, all seamless and in floral, oriental and medallion de signs. Choice of the best colorings, including several two-tone blues. The lot consists of fourteen 9xl2-f t and eleven 8 ft 3x10 ft 6 rugs. These are .samples- from some of the leading mills of the country. We advise an early call if you wish to purchase one of these rugs. Goldenbers's Fonrth Floor. '$8.00 Double-bed Blankets at $6.45 pair Buy your Blankets tomorrow and save $1.55 on, each pair. So called "mill seconds" of the famous Weolnap and Cortex Mills brands, in white or gray, with pink or blue borders, also plaids of tan, pink or, gray. Soft fleece finish, with the appearance of wool. Large dou ble bed sizes,. 66x80 and 72x80 inches. The imperfections consist of of a slight misweave or uneven edge, nothing to impair their usefulness. Goldenbers's -Foarth Floor. Final Clean-up Tomorrow of All Silk Remnants Values Worth up to $4.00 a yard, at $1.19 Exceptional money-saving advantages are offered in tomorrow's sale of silk remnants and women who want new silk waists, dresses and skirts should be here early. The season's choicest and most desirable weaves are represented, including: 10-inch Georgette Crepe, in plain and printed effects. 40-inch Chiffon Silk, in plain and printed ef fects. 10-inch Stripe Baronet Satin, in old rose and white. 3G-inch Khaki Kool Silks, in neat designs. 3G-inch Colored Satin Messaline. 36-inch Colored Chiffon Taffetas. 36-inch Satin Stripe Poplin. Good rans;e of wanted colors and designs; in lengths suitable for waists, petticoats, dresses, suits and coats. Goldenbers's First Floor. Featuring for Friday Three Special Groups of Women's and Misses' Suits, Coats and Dresses 1 At Substantial Savings From Prices Which Will Prevail Later in the Season From our splendidly complete assortments of Women's and Misses' Fall-Winter Apparel we have singled out these three groups of Suits, Coats, and Dresses for your selection to . morrow. The excellence of the materials, the desirability of the styles, the variety of mod els, and the moderateness of the prices urge you to buy now and avoid the higher prices you will be asked later on. Autumn's most favored innovations in style, fabric and coloring are in these garments, which have been designed and tailored to represent the new fall fashions at their best Wool Jersey Dresses Next Winter's Price, $35.00. $29.75 From present Indications Wool Jersey will be the most favored dress fabric for far! and winter wear. The dresses featured to morrow are fashioned of excel lent quality all-wool Jersey. In several of the moat popular styles shown new oversklrt dresses. stralght-Ilne models, button-trimmed front and back, smart plaited and sport dresses: some trimmed with silk fringe: also braided effects. Colors of Navy. Taupe. Bur gundy. Rookie. Midnight Blue. Mouse and Pekln. All sizes for misses and women. The Fall Suits Next Winter's Price, S42J0. $35.00 Six beautiful atvles In tomor row's offering. The material H the American Woolen Co.'s Wool Fopltn. a splendid wearing suit ing, fully guaranteed. Choice of new belted suits, tailored model, all around plaited styles, braid bound suits, sport and dress ef fects. Colors of Navy. Black. Taupe, Brown, and Burgundy. Sizes 18 to 48. for misses and women. New Fall Coats Next Winter's Price, $39.75. $32.50 Wool Velour and Wool Chev iot are two coating materials hard to equal for durability, warmth and all-around wearing satisfaction. The coats adver tised are fashioned for these fa vored materials they are 48 Inches long and show all the new style tendencies some are fur trimmed: others are plush, beaver or velvet trimmed. New est tailored and belted effects. Colors of Navy. Taupe. Green. Brown and Burgundv. AH sizes, for misses and women. Sale of Short Lots of Girls' School Shoes Values Worth up to $5.00 pair ' $2.95 For Friday's selling we've brought for ward the broken lines and discontinued styles from our regular stock of girls' foot wear and marked them at a price that spells savings. The lot comprises good serviceable quali ties, in shoes of Patent Colt, Gun Metal, and Black Kid -leathers; all sizes from 2 1-2 to 7, but not a complete range of sizes in each style. , Silases' School Shoes, of patent colt, gun metjl and black kid leathers. Broken and discontinued lines; sizes in the lot from 11 to 2. CQ Values worth to $4.00 J.0i7 Children's School Shoes, of patent colt, gun metal and black kid leathers; sizes in the lot 1 QC from 8 to 11. Values worth to $3.00 31D Goldenbers's First Floor. Tapestry Portieres at at $1.69 Strip. Worth Up to $7.00 Pair Heavy Armure and Tapestry Pcrtieres. in green, red and brown, I 1-3 and 2 3-4 yards long. 40 to 60 Inches wide. Plain and two tone effects: ' plain or fringed styles. Also a few pair with gobe lln tnpestrv borders. Can be used as couch covers and single doors, while some can be matched Into pairs. GoldenberK'a Fourth Moor. $6.50 and $7.00 Com forts at $5.45 72xS0 double bed size White Cot ton Filled Comforts, soft and fluffy, heavy weight, scroll stitched, cov ered with printed cambrics and rretonnes. Light and dark color ings. In Persian and floral designs. GoldenberKa Fourth Flor. The Council of National Defense Wants You to Do Your Christmas Buying Early We're ready with Im mense lots of wanted and useful merchandise at the lowest prices. Revising Prices Downward on Odd Lots of Boy's Clothing All small lots and broken sizes of boys' clothing and furnishings marked at sharply reduced prices for e'earance tomorrow. Quantities ate limited and will net last all day. Boya' Corduroy TVorfolk Suits, with full lined knlrkcrbocker pants; sizes 7. ft. and 0 years only. Worth 17.00 (fC OCT and 7 OS tDO.ZD Boya' rterfer Coats, light wcignt. checks and fancy ma terials. one and two of a pat tern and kind. Sizes 3, 4. 6. 7. 8. and 0 years. Sold up (?D ftft to $7.50 OO.UU Iloy.' Blouse Walata. good quality cotton materials; sizes 4 to 7 years. Only a limited quantity. Values worth en Mc and S1.15 OUC Flrt Floor Hnrgaln Iloolh. Tloya Cation Wn.h Snlta, nrhlte and colors; various mod els, all with slrnlght knee pants. Kltghtly soiled and mussed from handling. Sizes :Vi to $- Sift B years dl.UU First Floor llarcaln Iloolh. $4.50 85c IS rioTa' Norfolk Salts. In dark patterns; sizes 7. 8. 0, 14, in. it, ana is years. Sold at different prices IloyA Gray Knickerbocker ranta; about 23 pairs In the lot; Broken sizes. World $1.00 nun' Felt Hats. In tan. gray, and brown; Alpine and tele, scope shapes, suitable for boys from 0 to 14 years of age. Rllghtly crushed from being on display. Values worth Cfln J1.60 and S2.00 OUC Juvenile Suits, for boys 2 '.4 3. and 4 years of age. Of cordu. roy. raselmere and serge. AH with straight Unco pants. One and two of a kind and dQ f( model. Reduced to .. tDO.UU GoldenberK'a Third Floor. Odds and Ends of MEN'S FURNISHINGS Men's .tccltara Shirts, fine quality percale; fast colors; soft and laundered cuffs; sizes 13 to 17. Values worth $1.00 rTQ and $1.23 IVC Men's Norfolk and New Brant wick Mrrlns Underwear, medi um weight; shirt with long sleeves, full length drawers, white snd natural gray. Ilroken sizes. Worth HO Men's Augusta Ualon Suits, medium and heavy weight rib bed. In gray only Mostly all sizes Subject to slight Imper fections, Values worth "JO 1ft $3.00 and $3.60 04.XU Men's Faultless I'njuiai, of madras, nainsook, cambric, per cale ana mercerizca materials. Ilegularly $160 ,,....,, . , Galdeaber3a First Fleer. $1.85 Remnants of Domestics, 39c, 45c and 49c Values, at 29c Yard Remnants and odd lots of Outing Flannels. Canton Flannels, Domet Flannels' Dress Ginghams, Percales, Middle Cloth, Plain Crepe. Covert Butting, etc.. etc; 27 to 30 Inches wide. In good, useful lengths for women's wear also children's school dresses. 25c and 30c Cretonnes and Scrims at 12c Yd. 2 000 yards of Cretonnes, In short lengths, from 1 lo 5 yards, and In pretty floral designs, suitable for coveting comforts and cushions. Also 30 and 40 Inch Scrims and Voiles, for curtains and draperies. In white and ecru shades; desirable lengths. Some with plain and others with fsney edges. First Floor Bargain Table. Seconds of Regular 75c Window Shades at 48c Opaque Cloth Window Shades, 3 ft wide, 5 and hVt ft. long. Mounted on good strong spring rollers; white, ecru, and preen. Only nbout twenty dozen in tha entire lot. The imperfections are very slight and will not affect the wear nor appearance in the least. Geldenberg'a Hearth Floor. Clearance Sale Odd Size a! Ii 1 1 7 r"1, ' f isir5 Beds At About 1-3 Off Regular Prices Washington housekeepers who need an extra bed or two will find in this sale an opportunity to effect large savings on beds of dependable quality. We are closing out all odd numbers, incomplete assortments and discontinued styles which cannot be duplicated. Not many of each kind so come early for first choice. 1H Steel Iletla. with two-Inch continuous posts. In 3 ft . 3 ft. G and 4 ft- sizes inly. OQ QC Regularly $12.60 tDO.UO S Old Ivory Day ncd.. '2 ft 0 size only. Regular- 3Q QC ly $1400 &U.VO 4 Steel Deda, with two inch continuous posts and m-lnch flllrrs; 3 ft. size fl1 Q Cft rnly negularly $1 CO.OV Geldrntirrn's Furnltnre Stare Aerns tha atreet. 13 All Tlrasa Beds, three piece kind, with twin link Simmons spring. 3 ft. size. K!! $18.00 - All Itrass Beda, square I tubing; Moor samples: 4 ft. 0 $35.00 0J.DU 3 Mahogany Beda. square posts and fillers; one size 4 it. o ami two 3 rt. si7e. Regularly $21.00 $17.50 Odd Lots of Women's Wear "ea'a Muslin Drawers! good quality; made with deep ruffles of tucks and hemstitched hems; (n odd sizes 4i7C Knitted Petticoats; flne quality yarns, in assorted grays with rn striped borders. Ught weight. OiC Odd lot of rink Batiste Bloomerai good quality material, re-en- en forced. Odd sizes OUC Women's Extra Slse Muslin Xlrht srowna. yokes of tucks and long sleeves: neatly finished; full nO cut sizes yoC Odd lot of Women's Gingham Pet tlcoata. blue and roe colors: as sorted lengths. Worth rrr 5c OC Goldenbers's Third Floor. Infants' and Children's Wear Infants Long and Short Dreaoea. of nainsook; dainty assorted yokes and deep hems. Well made OC and finished 8DC Children's Flannelette Pettleoata. assorted striped effects, with mus lin waists: sizes 2 to 6 years. (TQ Sizes 8 to 12 years at iel " Children' Mnalln MsthtaTOwna, yokes of tucks and Insertion: CCn long sleeves: all sizes DOC I.lttle Children's Seunleaa Draw ers, of good quality muslin: trim med with embroidery edging; QQ sizes 1 to 3 years uC GoldenberK'a Third Floor. 39c Bleached Cotton, 29c Mill Ends of .IB-Inch Dleached Cot tons, lengths from 2 to 10 yards. Good, close woven grade, soft finish. fre from starch. Goldenberjc'a First Floor.