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"Salty salts" and good solid ship's
fare, inclading plum duff, will furnish! the brimy atmosphere of the seven seas to hungry landlubbers at the "Battle- : allip Dinner" In the Liberty Hut. Un- , ion Station plaza. Saturday evening. The dinner is being given under the auspices of the Reconstruction Confer ence, no* in session in Washington. Secretary Daniels will be there as the honored guest. William Kent, of the United States Tariff Commission, will act as toastmaster. Mr. Kent has qualified, the organisers of the "Bat tleship Dinner" announce, because he once acted as supercargo of a row boat in the "crick" back home in California. ' Bare benches will furnish the sole ? furnishings for the "gob" dinner. This. sea-faring men say. furnishes true sailor atmosphere. The tables will be lowered from the ceiliiv with a hearty "Yo-heave-ho and awa-a-a-y" by the "salty salts" fresh from sea duty.'. In order to give the true sea aspect to the dinner, every guest to required to speak with a fog horn voice?If possible, walk with a convincing roll, and say "Abaft there on the star board side" when they mean "Bed pardon, you're walking on my right foot." Every guest at the "Battleship Dinner.- whether he is Cabinet mem ber, Senator. Congressman, Judge or Juryman, worker or professional man, rich or poor, man or woman, will be a raw recruit that night, the committee announces. They all will be "rookies" under martinet-like discipline. "The officers and mess cooks have atrict orders to give the guests a taste of nary life in war time Just as the boys get It," declares Judson King, executive secretary of the cora mittee. "So everyone must obey or ders and do it quick. And smile." r T? Sing ?T% Ho. HoP 'Tto whispered about the town that < the Secretary of the Navy will lead the "gobs" in singing "Sixteen?or Is It fifteen??nen on a dead man's chest." All present will be requested to Join in the chantey with a lively "To-heave-ho" at the end of each vera*. As the guests arrive they will be for mail in squads of twenty?Con gressmen, Senators, Cabinet mem ber*. all of 'em?and put under com naad of a navy cook for the even ing. ? And the committee predicts that after a landward whiff of salt air and a taste of salt fare, the "gobs" will become filled with the spirit ?f true seafaring wanderlust. The tonnage tax is $1.80 per per son. ARMENIANS' DRIVE TO START SUNDAY America's drive for $30,000,000 for relief of starving Syrians and Armenians will get under way Sun day, according to announcement in a cable from Cleveland H. Dodge, treasurer of the American Belief Com mittee. to President Wilson is Eu rope, which was made public today. Mr. Dodge's message to the President *'*? regarding the latter's request to Congress for an emergency appropri ation of $100,000,000 for the relief of the starving peoples of Europe. # ^?r- Dodge said the President's re *a?*at bas created the impression in some quarters that the Armenian re lief campaign is unnecessary. Characterxing the need of aid for ,.rta"rvinfc Armenians and Syrians as "Immediate and very great." the President, in a reply to Mr. Dodge, appealed to the nation not to permit ? for Congressional appro priation for European war relief wortc to Interfere with the collection .?Hn<1' for the F*r East work. The appropriation asked of Con fess for handling food, relief is not intended la any way to take the place of subscriptions being asked for re lief and rehabilitation in the Near East, cabled the President. "I hope t?at this subscription will not in he interrupted or reduced, need is immediate and very great." * Woodward aTothrop OFFICERS INSTALLED Officers and trustees of Woodward . 2, p tor 1919 aro today installed ? office, following their election at Ul* recent annual meeting of the stockholders of the corporation. The officers are: President. Donald Woodward; first vice president. W. w. Everett: second vice president and secretary, (J, x. Everett; treasurer, M Fischer: trustees. Donald Woodward W. W. Everett. M. Fischer. J. N. Lut trell. N. H. Luttrell. John Tyssowskl. B-_W_Parker. and G. M. Everett. ADVERTISEMENT P1MFLY?WELL,DQHTBE taffe Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' r Olive Tablets Aptoply face will notamfcawaaayou B?cn longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablet*. The skin should begin to dear after jroa have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood, bowels and Hrer with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the aucceasfulaubstitute for calomel; there's Bo aickneaa or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effec tively, bat their action is gentle and aafe instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with "a dark brown taste.', a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good feeling, constipation, torpid hrer, bad disposition or pimply face. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are s purely vegetable compound mixed with oHve oil; you will know them by their " i color. Dr. Edwards apent years among pa Mtata afflicted with Uver and bowel TomP*^n.tl' and Obve Tablets an the immensely effective result. Taka one or two nightly far ? week. See bow much better yon feel and look. JOc and 2Sc per box. AD druggis# Store Hours: Open 9:15 A. M, $30.00 Wilton Velvet and Brussels . Rugs, at $18.75 . ? ? Floor Samples of Room Sixe Ruga, including standard makfe, in 8 ft 3 by 10 ft 6 Brussels, 7 ft 6 by 9 ft Vehret, Axminster and Brussels, sad 6 by 9 ft Velvet and Axminster, in handsome floral, oriental and medallion designs. Shown in all the most desirable coloring*. Alh seamless heavy weight rugs that are fall of service. Cretonnes, Art Tickings and Scrims Cretonnes. Art Tickings and Scrims, in handsome colorings and floral, bird, stripe 'and tapestry designs, also plain white ana ecru martfuisette and voiles; lengths from 1 to 9 yards, but many pieces of the same pattern and very desirable for curtains, scarfs, draperies, comfort and furniture coverings* Values worth to 39c yard, at 19c Values Worth to 75c yard, at 29c Vint PlMr?Bamia Table. Tomorrow Remnant Day is the medium through which we dispose of Small Lots, Discontinued Lines and Oddments. Every Depart ment contributes abundantly to the success of Friday Remnant Day, and tomorrow you will find wonderful bargains in every section of "The Dependable Store.** Remnants of Domestics Up to $8.00 AO Values, at Included are Crex de Luxe weaves, as well as stenciled designs, in green, blue and brown colorings. All strictly perfect quality, v Desirable for small rooms and halls. 8 ft wide, 4 ft to 6 ft loaf. ^ 9 ft wada, 3 1-2 to 5 ft loaf.. Up to $4.50 Crex Rugs, $1.95 Odd Siie Crex Rugs, correct sizes to fill many vacant spaces around -the home, in stenciled design*, of green, blue, and brown. 6 ft wide, lVi ft to 4V? ft tea*. 8 ft wide, lVt te IVt ft long. 9 ft wide. 2Vi ft sad S ft. leaf. GiMirt>n*? fttftli Floor. Former Values, ** Lengths s u itshle 39c, 49c and 59c a / for Women's and ? yartj. V/ Children's- wear. An accumulation of thousands of yards of staple and wanted cottons and domestics on sale tomorrow at . a fraction of former prices. The splendid collection embraces the following ma terials: Rmuiti of .'52-inch Dreaa C.iaghaata, in stripes, plaids. checks, and plain colors. RemMBta of 3S-taieh Perealea. in stripes, checks, dots, and figures. x _ Rea?aata ?( Kiddle Kloth. Reaiaanta of Aatoakea* Gisckam Reaiaaats or Oatla* Fteaaela. Reauila of DoMet Flaaaela. RnsaMlii of Caaton FlaaaeU. Reaiaanta of Fleeeedowj Klaaaela. Good assortment of colors and stylesIn useful lengths for practically every purpose. Goldeabergli?First Floor. Drastic Reductions in Force on All Women's Winter Shoes Vahses Sold Up to AH fJQ ' v $5.00 a Pair, at.. ? 4 tf Reduced to A Friday clean-up of several hundred pairs of women's high shoes, comprising depleted sizes and odd lots at generous savings. The collection embraces Patent Colt, Gun Metal and Black Kid leathers, in a number of desirable styles, with high or low heels. Sizes in the lot from 2 1-2 to 7. Boys' Shoes, Worth up to $3.00; Friday at $1.95 a Pair Clearance of broken lines of Boys' Shoes, consisting of But ton and Blucher styles of Gun Metal and Patent CoUt 1 tethers. ?k. w i ku Womcs'i Cloth Salts. Worth to >37.50.... Salt's Plash Coats. Worth to $29.75 Wonen's Slik aid Cloth Puma Worth to *50.00...'...,.. Fashionable Fox Hearts. Worth to $45.00 Women'* Cloth Skirts. Worth up to $9.75..*. Womea'n and Misses' Cloth Coats. Worth to $49.50................. Womrn't Silk Bloaaea Worth to $ti.08 ................ K'onrn'n Cloth Halts. Worth to $55.00 Women'* Cloth Coata. Worth"to $59,50.. . Newest Far Stoles. Worth to $100.00 ? \ i Few-of-a-kind garments ? \ \|?y pMfc \ - from our regular lines of ^sA vwvXl winter clothing have been fff, I^llLvV, regrouped and repriced for clearance tomorrow ? a \ Ygrayl one-day sale that provides Tfl BBS^S-xceptional and timely jbkSBv* tnA ?BBH,av'ngs The assortment embraces a good variety of pat terns and styles, in suits of fancy mixtures, stripes and dark novelty effects, shown in styles for men and young men. Sizes not complete in any particular style, but sizes in the lot from 34 to 42. Men's $15.00 to $20.00 Overcoats at Odds and ends from our regular stock, (P "1 f\ ^7P' including overcoats of good, serviceable ma- Jklii ' / terials, in form and loose fitting model3. Choice of neat dark patterns. ' Sizes from 33 to 40 only, bat rare values for those who can be fitted. First Floor Daylight Clothing Store for mea. ? Heavy weight Coutil Corsets, model suitable for stout figures; heavily boned. Odd si?es. Brainlrrrs,' good quality batiste, assorted embroidery trimmed ef fects. Mostly all sizes. V7t* Worth 49c each ...' , OIC Goldenberg's?Third floor. \ Odd Lots of Children's Wear Children's Knitted Drawer I>?c gin*, in white and gray; with CQ*? and without feet DI7t Children's Corduroy Hats, assorted dark colors; smart QQr? models 03/V Bakjr ( oats, of white corduroy and chinchilla; made with belt and pock ets: warmly lined; sizes 1 ?q QQ to 3 years. Worth $5.00. . WUtvO Little Tots' Dark Cloth Suits, with belt; nicely lined; sizes 2 d?0 and 3 years only '. Children's Halnrontx. with hats to match: finished with belts -flJQ *7Q and pockets; broken sizes. ?DO. 1*7 Bableit' Kimonos, of flannelette, in pink and blue; satin trimmed; sizes 1 to 3 years. Worth Remnant Sale of Regular $2.00 and $2.98 Dress Goods & Coatings This Friday clearing of remnants and short lengths in the dress goods section brings exceptional savings on the season's "choicest and most desirable fabrics. Be h^re early tomorrow for first choice of the bargains. ?42-inch All-wcol French Serge, black \ *nd color* /A 4| |\ ?\ ?42 and 50-in. All-wool Storm Serge, I U Wm ? black and colors. I ^ ?54-in. All-wool Velour, in black and [ 1% H ? navy blue. ' all ? .a I.I ?S2-in. All-wool Burella Cloth, in black ' I ?40-in. All-wool Satin Cloth, in navy I ?42-in. All-wool Worsted, black and I navy. / ?ALSO? Heavy Winter Weight Coatings, in plain and fancy effects; good assortment of styles and colors. Lengths suitable for making women's and children's coats, suits, dresses and skirts. Friday at $1.39 a yard. boldeaber*'*?Klr.t Floor. CioidenbergN?Third Floor. Women's "Flexo" Petticoats, Regularly $2.25, $1.69 Remnant lot of "Flexo" Petti coats, pood quality muslin, made with deep flounces of lace inser tions, in several pretty patterns. Slightly soiled from handling. \aln?ook Cornet Covers, trimmed with neat embroidery edging, in as sorted designs; broken OK/? siz^s 6*0 C Womrn'a tfualln Drawers, good quality material, deep ruffles of tucks and hemstitched hems. /|Aa Regularly .r<0c pair ^x?/C Goldentirra's?Third Floor. Remnants of Silks at Clearance Reductions Entire Stock of Remnants and Short Lengths Grouped in Two Lots and Radically Underpriced In order to clear-our stock of all remnants of silks wfc've made 4eeP. compelling sacrifices for Friday's selling. Value-wise women who want to buy beautiful, new silks, in all this season's most favored styles, at generous savings cannot afford to miss this opportunity. Lot 1? Silks Worth Up to $1.50 Yard) Remnants and Mill Lengths of Silks, including 40-inch Printed \ Y Chiffon, 40-inch Printed Foulards, 40-inch Printed Marquisette, 36-1 f Is inch Georgette Crepe, etc. Good assortment of colors; useful lengths./ Lot 2?Silks Worth Up to $2.50 Yard)* 7 n A fine collection of silk remnants, including 40-inch Crepe de(^ g m i'mw Chine, 36-inch Satin Messaline, 35-inch Colored Chiffon Taffeta, 40-) m inch Stripe Baronet Satin, 36-inch Satin Charmeuse, 36-inch Khaki I Kool Silks, etc. Good, desirable lengths. ? / Goldeaberg'o?First Floor. Remnants of 59c and 69c Wash Goods at 39c a Yard Remnants of fine quality Wash Goods, in a good aaaort ment of colors and weave,s. Desirable l^n^ths fov ?s'st- *nd dresses. The collection includes 35-lnch Silk and Cotton Crop* de Chine, 3S inch Silk snd Cotton Pongea, 35-lnch Silk and Cot ton Bunny Silks, 27-inch Yarn Mercerised Poplins.