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BY FUMES OF CAMPHOR WATERTOWN, N. Y.. Dec. 30 ? Camphor which drove out the firemen, nearly cost the lives of twelve persons when Are broke out in the Metropolitan Chain Stores Company. They were trapped in the upper part of the White Elepehant Hotel, but w?re finally rescued. Five mer cantile establishments and the hotel were left In ruins and the damage is estimated at $100,000. KAFKA'S * V SavFattYboMsFouaVy. F at Tenth END OF THE YEAR Sale of COATS Every Coat in Our Stock Reduced A * Take Your Choice. See the Price Taj? and Deduct K $125 Coats V, off . $83.75 $100 Coats Vs off . $66 67 $ 85 Coats H off $56 67 $65 Coats Vs off..$'.3 34 $ 50 Coats Vs off . $33.34 Etc., Etc , Etc. This sale includes fur- ? trimmed and plain garments for misses or women. HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY ___ ^ Brilliant Ball for Police Fund?Lord Grey Entertains. Miss Symons Weds?Today's Debutante HE ball riven ltat night at Ward man ParH Hotel for the benefit * of the police fund was "Just plain ball," no pageant, no fancy cos tuming, no exhibition dancing. But apparently that's what society likes, for the assemblage was quite the largest of the year'and second to none In point of brilliancc. The traffic cop's familiar "go-go" signal atop Its tall pole struck the keynote of the evening, for the ball was a gb from the opening notes of the music until the strains of "Home, Sween Home" turned the signal to "stop-stop" and sent the guests home wishing that the party could have lasted hours longer. Never, perhaps, has there been a more comprehensive attendance at a charity ball In Washington; and never, certainly, has a more typically American spirit "been evidenced. Many different classes of society were represented and many different na tionalities. The women's costumes ranged from stunning evening gowns, with their accompanying jewels, to the simplest of walking costumes; and In addition to the uniforms and the still more familiar evening dress of the men, one noted dinner coats, cut-aways, even a good old-fashioned 'Prince Albert" or two and a goodly sprinkling of business suits. And all ?ere dancing together in the happiest and most friendly fashion. The large ballroom and the danc ing floor at one end of the long cor ridor were reserved for guests at the ball and dancing was continuous, tho Marine Band and an orchestra alter nating in providing the music. The ballroom was decorated in Christmas greens and red, white and blue bunt ing, with a giant American flag and the banner of the Metropolitan police force crossed above the box where Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh, the fairy god mother who financed the ball, enter tained a distinguished company of guests. The lounge which skirts the ballroom was gay with Christmas col ors, a mammoth Christmas tree with its glittering baubles and its myriad wee colored lights carrying out the suggestion of the Yuletide season. A delicious buffet supper was served at midnight in the sun parlor opening off the ballroom. Mrs. Walsh had as guests the Sec retary of War and Mrs. Baker?Mrs. Baker danced continuously and ap peared to ke having a wonderful time ?the Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Daniels, the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Lane. the Serbian Minister and Mme. Grouitch, the former Im perial Russian Ambassador and Mmo. George Bakhmeteff, Mrs. John Allan Dougherty. Major Raymond Pullman, chief of police; and Hugh Webster, of New York. Mrs. Dougherty was the chairman of the ball committee and much of the success of the enter tainment. which netted some $15,000 tor the fund which is used to assist Daaelag Coatlauoas. New Year's Eve Carnival Finest Supper Dansant in Town With Two of the Greatest Jazz Orchestras Dancing From 9 P.M. to 2 A. M. $5.00 Per Plate F.legant Souvenirs for the Ladies. Plenty of Noise Makers. We Will Make It a "Happy New Year" for All. MAKE RESERVATIONS AT ONCE. PHONE FRANKLIN 3034. the widows and orphans of policemen who die in the line of duty, must be placed to her credit. la Ike Boxr*. The Ambassador of Peru and lime. Peiet were guests of Mrs. F. B. Mo ran, who also entertained Princess Ghlka, M. and Mme. Claude Langlais. Mrs. Horace Macfarland and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm McCor.nihe. With Mrs. Charles Boughton Wood In her box were Mrs. William L>eon Graves. Miss Antoinette Gravee, A. F. M. Greig, Speaker Gillett and Mist Edith Morgan. Col. and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson had as their guests lr their box Miss Nina Dearth, of New York; Capt. Vernon Cox, Colonel Ma gruder and Major Rayner. Vra. De los Blodgett had a box pa: ly, liet guests including Mrs. Willis Van Dp var.ter, Mrs. Charles Gray Matthew? the Misses Blodgett, Winslow Var Devanter, Isaac Van Devanter, Capt Henry Irwin, Lieutenant Walsh am Mr. Van Waggener. Among William Phelps Eno's guest; were Mrs. George Ehle, Mrs. Joel Heatwole, Mrs. Charles S. Bromwell and Mrs. Harold Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Logan had among their guests Congressman and Mrs. Fred A. Britten. Mrs. James Ken ney, of Philadelphia, sister of the host; the Marquis de Buenavlsta. Rob ert Sllvercruys and Commander Het fleld, U. S. N. I Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins entertained Mrs. Montgomery Blair, Miss Minna Blair, Henry Gassaway Davis, 2d, and Mr. Bruner, of Philadelphia. ! Mr. and Mrs. Lawrei.ce Townsend occupied Mrs. Theodore Boynton'ft box. and had with them Mrs. James McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Effingham Townsend and Miss Justine Town send. of New York. Senator and Mrs. Peter Goelet Gerry occupied Mrs. Richard Town send's box. and had as guest*, among others, Miss Ramoi.a Lefevre. With Mrs. Cole were Mrs. Joseph E. Thropp and Miss Katherine Hi:;. Col. WI11 1 iam Eric Fowler had in his box, | among others. Miss Mildred Brom well. Miss Olyve Graef. Miss Mar garet Harding, R. H. Hadow, Capt. J. F. Harker, H. V. Tennant. all of the British embassy stafT, and David Tennant. ? Mian I.ane a Belle. Miss Nancy Lane, pretty daughter of the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Lane, was present, and took "titne off" for an occasional bit of a rert In one of the boxes, and one glinpeed her there once with five beau* gathered about her. Miss Betty Grove shared the same box. Others of this year's debutantes preesnt were Miss Helen Mcl>anahan. Miss Fraivce? Hampton, and Miss Anne Gordon One noted among the guests Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Addison, Brig. Gen, and Mrs. T. Q. Donaldson. Judge Martin A. Knapp, Miss Pauline Kindleberger, Maj. Gen. Emilio Guglielmotti, of the Italian embassy staff; Miss Marie Sims, Basil Miles, Miss Virginia Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wdrdman, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neuhauser, Dr. C. A. Rivas, Brig. Gen. George O. Squier, J. Iyow Harriman, Bowie Clark, Mr. and Mrs. George LeRoy Boyle, Miss Jane Beall, Col. Robert Paxton, Col. and Mrs. Charles Kutz. Comdr. and Mr?. Frank Freyer, Dr. and Mrs. Tom Will iams, Miss Frances Hampson, Joseph Devereux, Miss Avia Hughes, Mrs. Morris Evans, Miss Meta Evans, George Morris Evan*. William Mor row, Commissioner and Mrs. Brown low. Mrs. Ralph Kirkman, William Shea, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Fred Barton. Dr. John Briscoe, William A. Hill, Comdr. Fred H. Po teet, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vrooman, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick McKenney, Robert Bell, Miss Daisy Prentiss. Chester Lockwood, Mrs. Sherman Miles, Mis* Alice Harding, ' and Miss Delphine Hey!. / Also Dr. and' Mrs. Howard Hume, Herbert Cremer and his daughter. Miss Jetska Cremer; Miss Mary Hel len. Miss Virginia Eckles, Mrs. John H. Hewson. Dr. and Mrs. Tom Wil liams, Miss Anna Hamlin, Mr. and Mrs. Ennalls Waggaman, Mrs. Olga Roosevelt Bayne, Mr. and Mrs. Rlch srd Ewell Thornton, Mrs. Samuel A. Kimberly, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Al Our Big Pre-Inventory Sale Started Yesterday And many women who recognize quality and who know what "Queen Quality" stands for in shoes took advantage of the wonderful opportunity offered in this feature of our big sale. The famous "Queen Quality" Shoes are popular for their comfort, service, and value, to say nothing of their style. In this special lot are all sizes and in all the wanted styles of the season. A Limited Number of Pairs of the Famous Offering Actual $9.00 to $14.00 Values At Only $7.85 Shoe Dept.?Second Floor A. L1SNER G ami 11 tk ^t? bert Nlblack, Miss Helen Summer*. James Barclay Young, Paul Cattacart, Tracy Lay, Dr. Frank Little, Mi?? Elizabeth Hervey Young, Miss Aiieen Dowsett. Miss Gladys Hlckley. Mr. and Mrs. John Dee Van Wagoner, Mrs. Joseph Hampson, Ballard Moore, and Mrs. Julian James, who entertained a distinguished little company In her box. Miss Marguerite Skirvln occupied Mr. and Mrs. George Mesta's box and had with her Mrs. George LeRoy Boyle. Miss W?1L of Salt Lake City; Senator McKeller, Colonel Paxton, \ieut. Ulrich Conway and William iklrvin, her brother. Chrlitau for the KIMIm. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Walsh | ;ave a Christmas tree party at Ward nan Park Hotel for the children of he members of Washington's police arce, nearly 1,000 strong. Most of hem were accompanied by their Mothers, so that there were nearly .000 guests at thla merriest of Yule ide festivities. Gifts from the glittering Christmas tree were distributed by Santa Claus and under the direction of Mrs. Maud Howell Smith and Mis* Elisabeth Schrelner a pageant was given de picting Christmas customs from the early days. C. H. English, of the Community Service, directed the play ing of games and story telling. And 1 to All each kiddie's heart too full for utterance he?or she?was given a slice of gingerbread and a mammoth peppermint cane. Assisting Mrs. Walsh and Mrs. J. A. Dougherty, who were vociferously re ceived by the children, were Mrs. Ef fingham Townsend, Mme. Sol, Mrs. H. H. Rousseau, Mrs. Claude Mayo. Mrs. J. B. McChord, Mrs. David Porter, Mrs. Arthur Bullard, Mrs. John Bid die. Mrs. Thomas F. Logan. Mrs. J. A. Allen. Mrs. Randolph Miner, Mrs. Walter Tuckerman, Mrs. John H. Hewston, Mrs. Henry Price Wright, Mrs. Joseph Stoddard, Mrs. Clarence Ridley. Mrs. Frederick Colman, Miss Yvonne Townsend. Miss Justine Townsend, Miss Katherine Hill and Miss Gladys Hinckley. Marshall! Back January 8. The Vice President and Mrs. Mar shall, who were expected back in Washington from Indianapolis yes terday, have delated thslr return until after the New Ysar. The Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing were the honor guests at the dinner given last evening by the Brit ish Ambassador, Viscount Grey, of Falloden. The ambassador is leaving today for New York, whence he will Hall for England, accompanied by Sir William Tyrrell, Ronald Campbell and Maj. Crauford Stuart, i " The Attorney General and Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer were hosts at dinner last evening, having as guests the Solicitor General and Mrs. Alexander Campbell King, the Assistant to the Attorney General and Mrs. Charles B. Ames, Assistant Attorney Gensral and Mrs. William L Frlerson, As sistant Attorn?y General gtid Mrs. Frank Davis. Jr., Assistant Attorney General and Mrs. Frank Nebeker, and Assistant Attorney General and Mrs. Stewart. Mrs. Palmer will be at home on Wednesday afternoon, January 7. Her niece, Miss Amanda C. Norris Lee, who is having a vacation from Smith Col lege, is her guest. The Postmaster General and Mrs. Burleson will entertain at dinner to night. Miss Sidney Burleson, who is visit ing the American minister to Sweden and Mrs. Ira Nelsoi. Morris In Stock holm, will start home about January 15, but will visit in England en route. Mrs. Stephen B. Elklns will be hos tess at a young people's dinner to night in honor of Miss Elizabeth Lambert. Mrs. Elklns will entertain infor imally at luncheon tomorrow. Senator and M"*s. James W. Wads worth, jr., will entertain tonight at a dinner dance at Grasslands in honor of their young daughter, Miss Eve lyn Wadsworth. i The Swedish Minister. Mr. Eken gren, went to New York last night to meet the Swedish warship, the Filgia, and to attend the banquet to be given in honor of the officers. Count Rosen accompanied him. The officers will come to Washington, where a large banquet will be given them, and later they will tour this country. Dr. and Mrs. William Miller Collier will entertain at dinner on January 10 in honor of the Spanish Ambas sudor and Madame dc Riano. Mrs. Collier has also issued Invitations for an afternoon reception at Hauscher's on January 7. The WalLtri RatrHsla. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker will entertain eighteen guests at dinner tonight in compliment to Col. George Harvey, who is in Washington for a few days. Mrs. Walker's sister. Baroness von Schoen. who has ?een her guest for several days, will go shortly to New York, and after a few days there will visit another sister, Mrs. Edward I-'inkenstaedt, in Cleveland. Mrs. Stuart Jackson, who his been the guest of her hrother-ln-law and .sister, Maj. and Mrs. E. E. Whiting, Is returning today to her home, in Montclair, N. J. Van Wlnkle-Symoaa. One of th<* most important events of the passing year was the marriage today of Miss Margaretta Symons, daughter of Col. and Mrs Thomas H. i Symons, and Courtland Van Winkle, i instructor at Yale University. The wedding took place at 11 :.10 o'clock in St. Matthew's Church, Monsignor Lee, officiating, and was followed by a breakfast at the home of Colonel and Mrs. Symons for the bridal party, relatives, and out-of-town I guests. The assemblage at the church was a brilliant and representative one. Including many of the diplo mats and the leaders of official and resident society with whom Colonel and Mrs. Symons have been affiliated (Continued on Page Eleven.) McPHERSON CAFETERIA 916 McPheraon Place 15th. Near Eye We flpeelnllse In Dinner* prepared nnd rooked by an "honewt to *oodne??" hone rook. Dreakfaat and l.uaeheon A I .ft Carte Dinner*. M? to fit. Ope* Weett Days Only i 15 ctttt) J5om Co, *THE BUSY CORNER* PEMNA.AVLAT 8TK.SX Opn t:15 A. M. Close 6:00 P. M. ISatw J5ot>s C o. *THt ?USTCORNER" PENNA./VLAT &TH.SX ####?? MJI ?##???????###??##?##??##??< WEDNESDAY--OUR GREAT YEAR END CLEARING SALE A Big One Day Bargain Event With Big Values in Every Aisle on Every Floor 'J?One of our old-fashioned sales planned broadly to give the stocks in this store a thorough housecleaning after the largest Christmas season this store has ever known. Every section contributes something to make the dav of great interest to every one. In addition to the items quoted on this page,"find many not advertised, in which quantities are limited. Don't fail to be here Wednesday?the savings will be big. Year End Clearing of Trim mings ?Slightly shopworn from being on dis play. In the lot are black and colored spangles, bead banding, Oriental and wool embroidery, silver lace and colored fringes. Only a small quantity of each, bat the values are several times the sale price. OP. Choice of the lot, a yard AilC ?Short lengths of fancy trimmings OP and medallions. Choice, each m?9C K>nn'??Street Floor. Year End Clearing in Wash Goods ?27 and 82 inch Dress Ginghams, in checks, plaids, and stripes. ?These are our 38c and 50c grades. OQ _ Specially priced for one day, a yd.... *>OC ?36-inch Light Ground Percales, in fig ures and stripes; blue, pink, and black. A regular 38c quality. Special, a 28c Kann'i-^-&treet Floor. Year End Clearing of White Goods Remnants ?Accumulations from our regular stock, in cluding all kinds of novelty and plain white fabrics, in sheer and heavy weight, in desir able lengths. About 1,500 yards in the sale. Formeriy sold from the piece up to OC _ $1.00 a yard. Remnant price, a yard. ?***" Kann's?Street Floor. Candy for the Sale ?All our Fine 1-lb- Boxes of Assorted Choco lates, that sold for $1.00, $1.25, and 7Q#? $1.50. Special, a lb S.... ? ?All our Fine Chocolates, in 2-lb. boxes, that sold for $2.50 and $3.00. Spe- PQ cial at ?Special assortment of Hard Candy. OQ _ A lb ?Assorted Chocolates, in caramels, noueats, and assorted creams. Special, a 39c Kann's?Street Floor: Year End Clearing of Chil dren's Hosiery ?Children's lxl Rib Seamless Cotton Hose, in black; all sizes; in white and cor- OC* dovan. A pair ?Children's 1 and 1 and 2 and 2 Rib Hose, in light, medium, and heavy weieht. Sires 6 to 11 inches. All sizes. 65c value. S A pair ?Infants' Fine Rib Lisle Thread Hose; reg ular-made feet; in sky and pink. Sizes 4V4 to 6V6 inches; 35c values. A 19"^r pair Ifci-t Kann's?Street Floor. Year End Clearing of Jewelry ?One lot of Gold Shell Ring's, set with white stones. Regular 50c and 75c value. O P Choice for Kann's?Street Floor. Year End Clearing of Chil dren's Underwear ?Children's Kleccc-lined Vests and Pants; vests are high neck, long sleeves; pants to match in ankle lengths. 75c valuo, 59c ?Children's Wool-mixed Pants; white, ankle length, muslin bands. In sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 years. Regular price $1.25. QCf. Clearing price 5FvC ?Children's Union Suits, fleeced lined; high neck, long sleeves, ankle-length; drop seats; sizes 2 to 12 years. Regularly |"A G5c. At JwC ?Children's Wool-mixed Union Suits, white; high neck, long sleeves; ankle length in two sizes, 4 and 8 years. Reg- d?"| ?1|? ular price, $1.75. Clearing price.. V * Kann's -Street Floor. Year End Clearing of Ribbons ?Fancy metal effects and embroidered rib bons, in assorted colors, some gold and sil ver effects; 7% to 8Vi inches' wide; were $3.98 to $5.98 a yard. Choice to fA close, a yard ?Fancy Ribbons, in light and dark colorings, 7'2 to in. wide, suitable for fancy work, camisoles, etc. Values to $2.75 a PA yard, to close, a yard ?Ribbon Remnants in fancy and plain ef fects, in satins, taffetas, and moires; good col ors; widths 4Vi to 5Vi in.; values to OQ _ 55c a yard. Choice, a yard Kann's?Street Flo6r. Year End Clearing of Hand kerchiefs ?Odd lot Mussed Handkerchiefs, initial and embroidered. 18c values, 1 A. each ?Odd lot Mussed Handkerchiefs, initial and embroidered. Values up to 35c 1Q/? each wC Kann's?Street Floor. Year End Clearing of Umbrellas ?All our good quality Women's and Men's Umbrellas, that .regularly sold QQ for $5.50. Special OSF ?Our $3.50 Women's and Men's QP Umbrellas. Special Kann's - Street Floor. Year End Clearing of Notions ?50-yard spools Sewing Silk, black, 1 P _ white and colors. 2 spools for lvC ?Shears, "secobds" of $1.00 grade. 45c ?Muff Forms, regular price $2.25, for ?Enamel Coat Hangers, at ' ?Adjustable Garment Shields, regular 75c value. Size 2 and 3 only. 39c ?Mercerized Darning Cotton, black, 1 A _ white and brown. 3 balls for 1VC ?500 yards Sewing Silk, black only. PA. Regular price- $1.00. For ?Clearing *ale of all our 25c, 50c 1 Q_ a-ri 75c Pipes, at Kam.'s?Street Floor. $1.50 10c $5.89 Year End Clearing of Odd and Hurt Books ?Three special table lots, two on the Bar gain Tables?Street Floor, and one lot in the Bookstores, Downstairs. ?Table 1?Contains odd books, including grammars, readers, books on arith- 1 r . metic, etc, choice at 1 SsJV ?Table 2?This includes hundreds of "hurt" books of all kinds, greatly reduced OZm to close out- choice at ?wiw ?Rureain "r-*bles?Street F"i?>r>r ?Table 3?Hundreds of "hurt" book*, in cluding fiction and boofc<= ?n other topics, at HALF REGULAR PRICES. Bookstor*?Downstairs. Year End Clearing in House Dresses i ?These are percales only, in attractive, well made styles, in sizes from 36 to 42 bust measure. Values to $2.50, *tn to dose at ? Kann's?Second Floor. Year End Clearing in Blouses Lingerie Blouses, formerly priced to $1.50, to close at, fiQ/* choice OSJC ?Lingerie Blouses, odd lots, f A values to $3.00, to close at 9 ?Hand Embroidered Smocks and French Voile Blouses, values to $4.00, #1 Q"7 to close at #la^l ?French Voile Blouses, values to fcO Q7 $5.00, special to close, each ? Kann's?Second Floor. Year End Clearing of Women's Wearables ?Odd lot of Taffeta Silk Skirts, #0 QP $5.00 and $5.50 values, at .... ?Extra size Cotton Back Satin Petticoats, in black, plum, navy and Belgian. ?P PA $6.75 value, for ?Odd lot Mussed Belt Aprons, plain OQ*? and emhroidered. 50c value, at ?Odd lot Corsets, about 12 pairs #1 PA $3.00 and $3.50 values, at ?$2.25 Wash Satin Camisoles, in ei CQ flesh only, at *leU3F Kann's?Second Floor. Year End Clearing of Millinery ?$5.95 Untrimmed Velvet Hats, black panne velvet only, to close, QP choice ?Untrimmed black and colored Velvet Hats, in odd lots, choice to close 59c ?$5.00 to $7.50 Trimmed Hats, of velvet trimmed with fancy feathers, to QP close at ?Special lot of Trimmed Velvet frO QP Hats, values to $10.00, to closc at. Kann's?Second Floor. Year Bind Clearing in Drapery Store ?Curtain and Drapery materials, cretonnes, madrases, Swisses, poplins, voiles. Mar quisettes, zira cloth, etc.; full bolts, remnant lengths and parts of bolts. 45c to OC 75c grades, to close, a yard ?UC ?Special lots of Lace Curtains, Portieres, Couch Covers, etc. Sold by the pair, piece or set as the case may be. ?Lace Curtains, Portieres, Bed Sets, Velour Tiano Scarfs, Couch Covers, Panel Curtains, Rope Portieres, Utility Chests, Table Cov ers, Silk Piano Scarfs. Moquette Table Run ners. Values from $6.98 to $11.98. ?Choice to close at? ?10 Red Cedar Chests, highly polished, strong construction, fitted with lock and key, cedar handle, casters; 36-in. tfjl O PA size. Reduced to close at ?Oil Opaque Window Shades, in the wanted colors, including plenty of the popular green, mounted on strong sprinsr rollers, complete with fixtures; size 36x72 in. Seconds of our $1.10 grade. Choice to close ?$,r?.98 Velour Rope Portieres, long style, with festoon valance, for singlt or double doors, in blue only. Special CQ each Kann's?Third Floor. Year End Clearing of Luggage ?Boston Bags, double handle, 18 and 14 ia size, "split" leather bag. ?Black Enamel Bags, 13 incfc ? sise with moire silk lining, ia blue, roae. Uvea der, etc. Crepe grained surface Q<y To close at ?All our finest Traveling Bags reduced large handsome bags, including some ia I oz. leathers; many one-of-a-kind style* among them. Most of them sold formarly for about $50.00. Choice of A J the lot ?Leather Traveling Bags, walrus and crepe grain finishes; leather lined; handaoa* large shapes. Choice of 14, 16 or 18 ia si sea Worth up to $14.95, to cloae Kann's?Third Floor. Year End Clearing From Bed Store ?Drop Side Coaches, to use closed as a couch and opened out for a bad largt enough to hold two. All metal, very strong Only 50 to offer in this sale, Choice ?$15.95 Cotton and Felt Mattresses, ia several sizes, the majority full size; closely tufted, rolled edge, good quality art or striped ticking covers; 35 in all; 25 full size, the others three-quarter or #14 ME single bed size. Choice w Kann's?Third Floor. Extra Special Far Wedaeaday Ivory Soap, 6 Cakes, 42c (LiaH 6 Cakes to a Pi Kanr.'c?Thfrd Floor Year End Clearing in House Slippers ?1 lot Turkish Towel Bath Slippers, nf. 50c value, at fcDC ?1 Lot Moccasin House Slippers, # 1 PA $2.00 and $2.50 value, at Iliif ?1 Lot Infants' Felt Slippers, 75c PAm value, at JvC ?1 Lot Women's Corduroy Slip- # 1 aa pers, $1.50 value, at f l?Vv ?1 Lot Women's Crochet Slippers, AP_ $1.50 value, at 2JDC ?1 Lot Over Gaiters, $1.96 # | aa value, at ) 1 >vv ?1 Lot Women's Felt Slippers, AA $1.25 and $1.50 valo*. at #1.VU ?1 Lot Women's Felt Slippers, ?f A?" $2.50 and $3.00 value, at Kann's?Fourth Floor. Year End Clearing in Toys ? 50c Pastime Novelties, each set contain.' 110 pieces. Toy Town Village, Camp Perah inff, Battle Plane or Battle Tank, Little Folks' Nuraery Library. Special ?$1.00 Funny Family, choice of three dif ferent sets, as Reddy, Whitey, Bluey. It makes a comical figure Can" be combined in many different ways. Spe- or cial at ?$6.45 Keystone Moving Picture Machine, with electrical attachments; rood quality leases. Complete with 3 rolls * A QP continuous film. Special at J ?$10.00 Circus Rand Warons, wind th^m up and they start under their own power, and the band starts playing just like the regular cirrus band. Will play any piece of music you want by putting in a smail 10c record. Wagon is finished in circus colors, and the musicians on top of the wagon wear bright colored suits. PA Special at V ?$9.95 No. 100 Automobile, painted red; rubber tired wheels. Special $7.69 ?$3.95 Coasters, have 4 solid wooden wheels, 8 inches diameter. Steering wheel and rope adjustment with coil spnngs. Top is 27 inches long and suitable for #0 CQ children up to 8 years. Special at ?$4.95 "Sweetheart" Doll, made with papier mache body, has rosy cheeks. #0 JP Special at ?$3.45 Baby Dinah, a pretty 18-mch Amer . can miss, dressed in pink, blue or white gingham with aprons of white. Have com position heads with real hair wigs; AC pink, blue or white shoes. Special. ?$9.95 Walking Dolls, a wonderful vanet* of these new and popular dolls. $6.45 1-$1.00 Kann's Coaster, all wood, w-th wooden wheels, very strong CQj? Special at Kann't-Fourth Floor. Year End Clearing in Skirts ?Odd lot of Skirts, in silk, novelty ma terials and black and navy QO serge. Values to $10, to cloae at.. #*?*^0 ?All-wool Poplin and Serge Skirts, in navy and black only. Values to AC $12.95, to close at fi&w ?Velveteen, Plaid, and Striped Skirts, also skirts of broadclotfe, Fan-ta-we silk, I poplins, and chudda cloths. Vgl- #1 A QP ^ies to $25.00, to close at...,J. #lv?OJ i \ Kann's?Second Floor.