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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; TUESDAY; MARCH 4; 1919. YANK B REAK DOWN ft a I B .8 1 4 8 i 'I IB -a a a ft i m -ft ft ft i ft M m m ft i m ft ft ft 9 9 ft n ft m ft Ji 'ft -'ft ft M 1 ft ft ft ft ft ft gtoggmm All Men's Winter a J Overcoats g 'Marked Down For g Qearaway to I lz and Less i Than Farmer Selling Prices Now is the Time to Buy For Next Season. I. -SAII $30 18 troats. Overcoats about Sizes S3 to 40. i2f"" $14.00 All $35 to $40 Overcoats. Models-Chesterfields,. Ulsters, Ulsterettes and "Waist Line Skirt Models. About 15 coats in the lot. Sizes f O Cfi 33 to 44. Now.. 3XOmJU All $45 to $60 Overcoats. All our finest grades; none reserved; various models; uraiisa. quanniy; sizes 36 to 44. Now ... 41. $24.50 All Fall and Winter Suits Reduced V3tol2 FormerPrices i i i i DOORS TO GET PAY: Angered because of delay in receiv ing their 560 bonus checks. 1,500 dis charged soldiers appeared at the Wsr Department building:, at Eighteenth and C " streets northwest, yestcrdav afternoon, forced open the doors .inJ swarmed through the building. Tvo watchmen on guard were shoved vUt of the way. Major Gerow, in charge or tho building, sent a hurry call to the Dis trict and military police. A detachment of -twenty-five mili tary police, under Sergt. R. E. Lee, and a squad of patrolmen were "sent to the building and succeeded in ex pelling the soldiers. . . The Great March. Sale of Chinaware, . Housewares and Lamps The Most Important. Housefurnishings Sale of the Kind in a Year. $100,000 worth of merchandise offered at remarkably low prices. 4 carloads of Din ner Sets at Lowest Prices since Pre-war Times. Palais Royal Fourth Floor. 3VTr weuvA-B .&-$& TBI SROPPRfG, UStf m CETTE&s 11th andlG Streets mm A Special Display of the New Sprin Suits Priced at $19.98 to' $27,50 Finely modeled garments showing expert work manship throughout: box-coat apd waist-coat effects: handsomely- brald-trirnmed dr plain tailored wltk new vestee fronts. .' -Palala Royal Bursals, Basaiet . Final Clearaway Prices on the Balance of Winter m Stock of Boys' Fine Suits and Overcoats . -.Ml Many odd tots must:&elis--posed of troklcly rczsriftijm, o - cost or sirir&'to'tnfeLkk room, ft for neWvTSlpnng: stocks, ' ft ' . BojiQhjS ii$10 Norfolk M Suits; sizes 6- to 18. Now $5.95. H Boys' $12.50 Norfolk Suits;, sizes 6 to 11 and 16, 17, 18 only. jxow?7.9o. Boys' $15 to $20 Norfolk Suits, including some Sam peck Suits; 'also blue serges. Sizes 7 to .12 and 16, 17, and 18 only. Now $9.95. Boys' $5:95 and $6.95 Novelty Suits for little boys. Junior Norfolk and Eton models. Sizes 3 and 4 onlv. Now $2.95. Will Mail Check. The aoors were locked, military po lice put on guard, and the crowd wa3 rtinnnrsAr! nffpr helnc told 'that tho individual checks would be mailed to the addresses given by the solders in their applications. Most of the soldiers had turned in their discharges and records of enlist ment' early in the day and "had been told to return at 2:30 p. m. for their checks. The crowd was so large, however, that considerable delay was experi enced. An effort was made to form the men in line and admit them to the building in sections. After one or two nrrHnni hari been broucht into the building, however, all order disappear ed and the storming of the building followed. Bloat Use Malls. A new ruling issued today pro vides that all applicants for the $60 bonus will be required to send their discharge papers through the mails to the zone finance officer, War Departments-Arrangements for Increasing the clerical force attending to the bonus payments, from forty to 115 have been made by Colonel Smith, zone finance officer. According to the interpretation of the law, every honorably discharged soldier who was inducted into the military or naval service on or be fore November 11, and who reported at a camp military post or station for duty, is entitled to the $60 bonus. . ft ft Downstairs- Tomorrow-- The Biggest Event in Week 00D PR CES CUT 1 I I I I I I 1 F BY HOTEL MANAGER NEW YORK, March. 4. The high cost of living got a. startling jolt Sunday, when Copeland Townsend, lessee-director of the Hotel Majestic and interested in two other New York hotels, announced that he had begun a war on the high living cost, and to prove his sincerity in the mat ter had Immediately cut the price of everything on the menus in all his tUning' rooms; 20 per cent, and in so wiraiowerea xne quality, service, or anantltv- of.jfoo'3 articles. If is "the. 1 flrsBitep in .ualashing, of ;cafej?ipes' iendl "awebiaper.. " "liTraa impressed several . weeks asofjfhe said, "with the fact .that: food prices .must come down, and yet T hesitated to do so without some co-j operative plan. Finally I .decided; to start the b ill rolling myself. y I pto--cured the services of Waiter Gxiz zardi, who is an expert restaurateur.: He was instructed to study the situ ation, sot lower -the quality of food or service, but to make a substantial cut in prices. Mr. Guzzardi on Satur day made his report, and the new prices went into effect-"' Mr. Townsend intimated that as food prices fell there would be other reductions right along until a nor mal standard was reached. The charge for bread and butter for American plan dinners has also been abolished. The steak which cost $1.55 will now cost $1.25. and all meats, vegetables, pies, and ice cream will undergo the 20 per cent reduction, as will also coffee and tea. Mr. Town send expects that many of the other large hotels will follow his lead. Boys' $20 and $3.00 Knickers. Now $1.75. ft Mostly full lined and durable Cheviots and Cassi- ft meres. Sizes 7 to 18. Now $1.75. ft ft ft ft.- I.M . C OFFER PALACE TO PRESIDENT. PARIS. March 4. Eraile Constant has offered in the chamber of depu ties a resolution, which would place at the disposal of President Wilson on his return to France, one of the French palaces. The deputy suggests either the Palais Du Louvre or the ministry of marine. ft ft 9 JSfKlU ss lr THE jSBOP&UKi MiAia HoYAjL CEMIXnX3 ( rjrrvLs A.anmj EN ! 1,500 FINE SHIRTS Of Madras, of Poplin, of Percale, of Rep, an Mercerized Weaves. 0a Sale Tonorrow at )JC Worth $1.50 Each Ewsry shirt guaranteed fast color every shirt perfect. Excellent as sortment of attractive patterns for young men and men of conservative taste. All correctly cut and made by reputable shirt manufacturers. Worth $L59, special for Wednes day at 97c each. Men's 1.25 Under wear, at 85c Garment Medium and heavy weight ribbed shirts and drawers, in gray and ecru. All perfect and all sizes. Special at 85c garment. Men's $2.50 Night Shirts, at $1.65 These are samples of th well known "Varsity' make; some are slight!? soiled. Shown in sizes IK 2??17 only. Special- at $1.65. ft ft ft ft ft JiiftFnflk " 6oc Silk Fiber Socks, 6 Pairs $2.50, or 43c Pair ?iad,? rom, the fine grado silk fiber lw.!,,-.AoIet.. AH .Per'ect qualities in black and white only. Men's Flannelette Pajamas, Worth $3 Suit, Special Tomorrow, $1.89 These are made of excellent quality domet flannel, are full ut and neatly trimmed. A good assortment of sizes is here to select from. Worth S3. SneciallT nrlced at Sl.fiO. 9Icn' nnv-oip., riAr E ft 1 1 ft ft Pure Wool Army and Navy Knitting Yarn At 75c Hank $2.90 lb., or 4 Hanks On Sale Tomorrow Wednesday The RED qROSS has again re Quested tho women of America to KNIT for the peoples of the stricken European countries and have issued . a call for 15,000 socks and sweaters that can bo easily knitted by anyone. 40,000 . 000 refugees 2,000 000 in France alone are calling to America for aid. " ' 500,000 Knitted Garments are Need ed Every Month for Shipment Abroad to .rt!,era France, Itoumanla, Belgian, Serbia, "lr. Greece, Paleatlae. Montenegro, and other countries. The Navy League has been allotted shipping space for i ions or uarments each month. There Is no American woman whj -will not aid and succor these people by knit ting. The opportunity, to Buv Tarn for this Worthy Work at "a. Price Lower Than it Has Been Sold at In Many Months Should Prompt Every Washington Woman to Come to The Palais Royal Tomor row and Take Advantage of This'' Sale. Tae Lowest Price at Which Theiie Yarn Have Been Offered 1b Month. The Finest Yarns Made la America Tddar Are Offered In Thl Great Sale. The following famous brands: Bear Brand, A. A. Knitting-. FleUher'a Extra Heavy Worsted, Golden Fleece. Woriset Worsted. . . The .following colors included;. Aatnral, White. Aormal. Khaki, Gray, Otrford Art Dent. Street Floor. Just ArrivedLargeShipment 'of Oneida Community Par Plate ternn fi 'Thepatire. i" Celebrated Vernon? PaU- m'Sax&ZmlSFf il-L f'.. S&eCI4lieaat Jomnmn .' ' 'l ' . -A-. . f. ;'ArMcKisr.'-?, Than Regular -.' . . . 30c r. - S1.G9' '. S1.88-. , 'S1.S8 8. Tn nMuit4 is Coffee Sponjiu, 6 Desaert Spoon. e.Tahio. Spooes. 6 Ice Tca-Spohn. Soap. Bttton, BocUlBfl. Spoon, 1000 Spring Dresses for Women and New Fashions Splendidly Made An Extraordinary Purchase Secured at a Concession Enabling Us to Offer Them At Prices Much Below Regular $14,98 and $19.98 Charmeuse Satins, Chiffon Taffetas, Ge.orgette Crepes, French Serges, Taffeta and Serge Combinations, . Taffeta and Georgette Crepe, Wool Jerseys' i , i - They are the styles just ont of fashion's hand. Sparkling with new ness smartness youth-giving charm. Each modeland there . are scores .'-js a perfect picture of theyogue for spring, 1919. , Certainly;i.98' and 519.95 are not the prices at which they were intended' to", be sold that, anyone can see. ' "'' -. - - Judge the smart styling of any .of-the dresses and realize . the , extraordinary values now when the season has. hadly begun. ',. ...Women and misses the demure ' person, the vivacious, the stately. the tall, the petite, the slender, the full-figured 'will, all find models distinctly approprfa"tK?Pt tfieir ,'iype. '' '"' i We take particular pride in' the beautiful finishing of eyery garment, which is""in keeping with their quality. . . . 'Ur)X4r, " SizesAre 14 to 20 and 52 toi44 i - llfjiU Colors are black, navy, taupe, reseda, poilu blue, rose, horizon blue, henna, deer, pigeon, bishop purple, coral, Alpine blue, biege, white. :'t ' Women' and Blisses' Apparel ' Section? Bargain Baqement, Misses 6 Wranfl!) Sfoonx. jserrr spoon .at Sugar Shell at 3 piece Child' Set 6 Dinner Fork. 6 Dessert Forks. 6 Individual An In1 6 Butter Spreaders, t winner Halve. Denxert Knlx. olA Ment Fork at Fickle Fork at Cream I.ndle at ravy Ln'dl'e a I ua-ar Tonps S1.78 1JH) S9e Xl.no 1.79 si. n Forks, 929 89c S9c J!0c . SOe SOe the Well-known Oneida Community Plate, guaranteed for CO years (in the beautiful Adam, Patrician. Sneratoh.'GoTgian and Louis XVI ' patterns), also the 25-ycar Commun ity Reliance Plate in the very attractive- Bxetrpattern PalalM Royal Street Floor. 8 IN THE PALAIS ROYAL BARGAIN BASEMENT Trunks of All Kinds Wardrobe Trunks, Dress Trunks and Steamer Trunks This- Downstairs Store for "Luggage" is ready with every need to make traveling less irksome. Trunks, suit cases, bags, everything to patented cases to enable one's laundry sent by parcel post. Wardrobe Trunks Onlv the standard makes that can be guaranteed XiZAO up. Dress Trunks With conven ient trays and superior finish throughout $11.25 np. Steamer Trunks Well con structed, with trav and water proof covering S5.DS up. Traveling Bags Of real cow hide, leather lined, brass trimmed- $12.50 up. Suit Cnxrs The new and large fibre cases, light but strong Stt.25 up. Matting Suit Casct, Also some of fibre, neat In. appearance and durable S1.59 up. Lnnndrj- Cases Waterproof expanding and contracting, with labels for nddrcss, going and coming S1.05 vp. t J X r&iX . ' . . - k M I - &at&Q$f -. anaV &r5tA. 1 ' lW s i3 " ' mv8Sf yw ' Jr it a I i isWsBbw v7 r "WCjffajijr? I l A . 'Vi 1 ' ' ? $ - i. i Vtl '-- . . . r rfmggmnSSSh s 45Z ' mwwifiL r i tJi UUti ,- Wshf Yrg:y w, itrnfrr I v AlI flff ill - . 1 it aBHTanBCJIlK I"--- .- Vw "" ' If f- sfti v&Sl. I III I ! VrSJ till 11 li-f ill I I IC sTanKs fl l ifT X vv iM . r iilmulfu I v ...... . . . I . ". : J : . -j ; -c , . I . .1 . . I 1 - IN TIjree Extraorairiary Offeriagsef Newest 19 j& Cretonnes This is a Display that rivals anything we have ever shown at any season hereto? . fore and provides opporhmt ties for buying decorative materials at really worthr while savings. Priced tomorrow- 17c, 42c, 75c Yard Appropriately selected, no mater faLwill take the place of Cretonne for Spring and Summertime decora tive purposes about the home. It lends. a brightness to dark, corners-, it freshens up furniture that has begun to show wear. In countless ways it brings beauty and bright ness wherever It la used. At S5e We are offering Qualities worth to S1.5Q yard In linen, taffeta, and printed, tapestry cretonnes In rich and rare colorings. At 17e Values' to 35c yard are offered. Light and medium welgKt cretonnes cut from full bolts for hangings, and- coverings. At 42s-Wonderfully charming floral and foliage designs In- light or dark effects. In this Jot are materials- worth to 65c yard. Cretonne-Covered' Shirt Waist Boxes, Special at $7.59 Extra size; Covered! In various styles of new cretonnes; some are In white woodwork or ma hogany finish- to tnatch? the' fur nishings of the room. Stenciled Crash- Goods Are Priced Special-"at jSoe Yari Table runners In 28x52 in. size: round Table Covers In 25 In. size; oblong Cushion SU33 In 18x23 la. size; 18x18 in. squartftQuihlon Slips and-. 16x29 band chair backs, in cluded. ,, ' , Palais' lt3 i" u&TldoT. . TV " Wednesday Is - Rug Daj Spleadldlr Prepared ta. Satisfy Every Rug Keqolremen? "With Wonderful Assortaents af Moder ate Prices. . '- t Anglo-Perswn Rmi The hlghesstandard ofAmerI can rug manufacture: .Tj.h.ese are at prices of unustrai 4nteresj $1290 9x,12-"-ft size. '9o5s. $118.50 8x10.6 ft. size. $93.W $7950 6x9 ft. at $595. $4450 4,6x7.6m, $36 -. $2150 35x53 inches; $l&Ql $1650 27x54 niches, $12.75. Z Excellent qnaliy Hugs noted for serviceablllty: and attracT tlveness of patterns. Wonder ful assortments here to choose from all exceptionally priced. $85 9x12 ft. at $7450. $8250 8.3x10.6 ft at $71.30. $5250 6x9 ft at $43.60. Extra Special Values In discontinued patterns of high-grade Royal Wilton Bugs. $75.00 9x12 ft. at $5750. $7150 8.3x10.6 ft. at $5449. $45.00 6x9 ft. at $3750 $2850 45x6.6 ft. at $26.&. $1250 36x63 in. at $9.75. $9.75 27x54 in. at $6.75. IN THE PALAIS ROYAL BARGAIN BASEMENT ' Women's Spring Hats Priced $4.98 The millinery department in this Down stairs Store is to feature women's and misses' hats at and about $5.00 and has contracted advantageously with a celebrated New York firm tot bo constantly supplied wlthrthe list moment models. Chic Hats on Sale Here for the First Time The -tailored hats will appeal to ' college girls and women who "would be youthful. Of various straws in last and best shades of colors, arc new small, medium and large hats with trimmings that will delight the keenest critics. All at S4.0S. And see the rough braid sailor at 81.00. Hats for Children and Juniors . tJ'l'rj.I,c poems in millinery the cute lUtlc and large hats with their trimmings of flowers, foliage and ribbons. Such variety and only SI.49 to 92.19. A ;SRALAISQYAL BASEMENT STORE SaleNJf Women's -m Silk Hose, 69c Regular at $1.00 Pair 720 pairsrof these favorite hose with long silk boots and feet and uppers re inforced and strengthened wjth lisle thread. , r- The scarce browns- and grajs; as well as black and white. All -are $1.00 quality, but somewhat irregular in weave not noticeable or hurtful and only 69c pair! Secure a sup ply tomorrow it is only at long intervals that such values are attainable. Hurry for the browns. Flesh Pink and White Ribbed Vests, 39c 7inA. niinilt v nf HntA flltlrif 2Tai Ribbed Vests with silk tape shoulder straps. The wanted sizes 36 and 33, special at 30c. 0U " it " r Y 1 1 1 isllisf 11 1 stwsft. m IN THE PALAIS ROYAL BARGAIN BASEMENT $1.75 and $2 Sheets, $1.40 -i To 40c Pillow Cases, 24c Overlots just from the maker- -XII f flnlf ftw a rnn(ir ri1 4 Ston0.111? aro etra h"-vy. bleached and neatly hemmed: sire m?dSnr yVL!?' 8lze" 2x36 and 53t30' "e linen Hnished. hem- Bed Spreads, $1.55 Marseilles Patterns Double and single bed sires, & miscellaneous lot secured and of fered at a nominal price for choice. Limited Quantity don't aeiay. md or hemstitched. Blankets Worth $3.50 Special $2.65 Pair Double bed aire, woven of long staple cotton and nnlshed to feel like wool. Tan, with borders of- ongni coiors. Palais Roral .Bargain Basement. IN THE PALAIS ROYAL BARGAIN BASEMENT 2,500 Yds. Muslins and Cambrics at 19c Yd. Mill Ends of Standard Makes Including Sheetings The makers of these standard brands lay aside their "mill ends" lengths lees than required for a piece and send them here periodically, at a nominal price. Thus for tomorrow's sale only 19c yard for the better yard-wide bleached muslins and cambrics and 38 1-2-inch sheetings. 27-Inch Outing Flannel at 25c Yard These "flannels' are superior in finish and come from the laundry as good as new. Choice of attractive stripes and checks featuring pinks and blues. And only 25c yard. Falnls Royal Bargain Basement. IN THE PALAIS ROYAL BARGAIN BASEMENT Women's Fine Lingerie Nightgowns, Special $1.49 Made to the special order of the Palais Royal made with the view of giving lasting satisfaction. 1. Of better muslins, free of dress ing. 2. Cut fully large and yet made shapely. 3. Trimmed with reliable embroideries, coming from the laundry without tearing or fraylnz. 1. Carefjully sewed with felled scams. Pretty Flannelette Petticoats, 69c Thfi sunerlnr nilnHtv nf tho.mn.. terial and the pretty, blue, and J javenuur' m-ripea, wnn me- neat, flounce, make , these petticoats wonaeriuuy good yaiuo-at Cue New Envelope Chemise, 65c The quality of the Batiste and Nainsook and the clever applica tion of the lace and embroidery trimmings some with, ribbon make Ooc a low price. Palais Royal Bargain Basement. i . m I S s 1 .1 Si IB : r- rl 1 - ll . m 1 I I I JI m m i i m m 9 1 I 8 8 1 8 B RII9 1I b m m -B M-JB-M -r jk -8 r