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e h purchased from Great
The sigufioaqoe of the foregoing
dateosuwes is emphasised, as the re
part points out, by the fact that the
authorised loans to foreign gov.
ernments "then engaged in war with
eamle of the United States for the
purpose of the prosecution of the
Great Britain owee the United States
94,16,*81.368.44 principal and $407,
.308,323.03 aecrued interest, a total of
14,672,431,643.37. The report shows
approximately $3,960,000,000 was lent
to Great Britain before the armistice
and approximately $330,000,000 since
that date.
The report says this Government
holds no obligations of Great Britain
for sur us munitions and food sup
ped sold to her after the armistice.
The official referred to in the
Judiciary Committee Counsel's finding
in connection with British oil activi
ties was Robert P. Skinner. American
Consul-General in the British Isles,
rather than commercial attache, as
stated. His report was made on Oc
tober 16, 1918. while the war was
still on and the United States Treasury
was open to Great Britain and the
other Allied Powers.
What Prompted Action.
The Consul-General's report was
prepared on instructions from the
State Department, prumpted ny the
British government's acquisition of
debentures of the Royal Dutch Com
T.he report to the Judiciary Com
mittee includes Skinner-s report to
the State Department under the cap
tion: "England's Attempt at World
Oil Monopoly."
This report is of peculiar interest
now, in view of the recent absorption
of the Union Oil Company. of Dela
ware, by the Shell combine, which em
braces the Royal Dutch Company.
Corsul-General Skinner reported:
"It is altogether likely that shares
of some classes have been acquired
by the British government with in
terior objects in view, and there t
seems to be no reasonable doubt that
this is the case of the Royal Dutch l
'"+ iq a matter of common knowl
edge that the British community is
v. y inte ented at present in l
securing control of oil production in 1
various parts of the world, not only I
for domestic purposes but for the 1
alimentation of the mercantile and i
military fleets.
Reaching to Many Lands.
"Expensive research work is being
Undertaken at this moment in the
United Kingdom under the direction I
of Lord Cowdray, and efforts are be- 1
ing made to obtain and hold financial <
control in case of producing properties 1
in Persia, Mexico, Venezuela, the I
United States. Java, and very likely r
in other regiobs.
"It is not possible, of course, to
know the precise details either as to E
existing or contemplated organiza- a
tions. These comprehensive plans, E
to which I have alluded constitute a
very important link in' the chain of f
defensive commercial measures under- a
taken with a view to making the r
United Kingdom comparatively inde
pendent of all other countries for the I
operation of its fleets and the main- C
tenance of its essential industries.
How Grip Is Kept.
"To this end, as I have already re
ported, a provision has been Intro
duced in the Defense of the Realm
Regulations which is specifically ap- c
plicable to any oil field, which sets
out that 'a person shall not without
the consent of the Board of Trade
transfer or agree to transfer to or for
the benefit of an alien or a foreign
controlled company any interest in
any property or undertaking to which ,
this regulation applies.'
"It follows from this that, in so far
as the Royal Dutch Company or the
Shell Transport & Trading Company.
Ltd., to which it is allied, control oil (
properties in California and Okla
homa, or anywhere else, it is -forbid
den, under severe penalties, that the
ownership in those enterprises, or any
portion thereof, shall be purchased or
sold by an American citizen.
"No doubt t department will de
sire to inq upvery closely into this I
- t
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and Insert in Noetrils. Proof b
of suorewilbe givenby the t
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Burmese air Studying
In Baltimore For
M. D. Degree
fa 6
Tht1' .~
Dr. Ma Saw Sa, noted woman
physician, of Burma. India, is the
first woman of the country she
claims as home to receive a degree
from a university. ' She is now
studying in Johns Hopkins l'niver
sity, &t Baltimore, whoce she in
specializing in medicine. She is a
fellow of the Royal College of
Physicians and, Surgeons of Dublin.
Ireland, wherJ she received the
first degree ever won by a woman
from India.
legislation, whereunder a British
)wned company obtains possession of
oil fields in the United States under
such circumstances that it is unlawful
for an American citizen to acquire any
nterest therein.
Rival to Us.
"Now, with respect to the Royal
Dutch Company, the situation appears
o be that (has concern is a very val
table portion of the total interests of
he Shell combination, which seems to
te the British rival of American oli
"The Royal .Dutch Company is, in
leed, domiciled legally in the Nether
ands, and its shareholders and direc
ors are largely Dutch, but at the
ame time the control is intertwined
rith the Shell Transport and Trad
rg Company, Ltd., any reasonable
loubt, Is entirely British, if not vested
n the British Government itself."
Circular Quoted.
Consul-General Spinner then quoted
rom an offtcial circular of the com
any, showing that it controlled vast
it properties and concessions in the
Jnited States, Dutch East Indies,
tussia.1gypt, Mexico, Rumania, Vene
uela and Trinidad. As to the United
tates the circular said:
"In the United States, through the
hell Co., of California and the Rox
na Petroleum Co., the Royal Dutch
hell combine has invested some 1,000,
00 pounds sterling ($35,000,000) in the
urchase of oil properties in California
nd Oklahoma and in the building of
efineries and pipe lines.
"Our opinion is obtained from Stock
xchange houses and financiers in the
ity that the British Government has
een buying shares of Royal Dutch in
Tew York, the general opinion being
hat these purchases and further ac
uisition of oil company shares are
riade with the purpose of insuring a
ufficient fuel supply to the vessels
f His Majesty's navy."
Another article in this
eries on the foreign loans
will appear exclusively in
l'he Washington Times to.
CHICAGO, III., Nov. 9.-At the
pening session of the third annual
onvention of the American Gas As
ociation in this city today Dana D.
larnum, vice-president and chief en
ineer of the Boston Consolidated Gas
ompany, of Boston, was elected
resident to succeed Charles A. Mun.
re, vice-president of the Peoples Gas
ight and Coke Company, of Chicago,
rho has held office for one year.
R. B. Brown, general manager and
hief engineer of the Milwaukee Ga,.
ight Company, of Milwaukee, was
lected vice-president, and Harry 11.
rundage, secretary of the Consoll
ated Gas Company, of New York,1
Milwaukee was first among nine
ties that showed a decrease in th)
Btall cost of food from September 15
October 15. the decrease amounting
2 per cent, the Department of La'
or announced today. Chicago, De-I
-oit and Indianapolis reported a de-I
ease of 2 per cent, while in Peori,,
I., and St. Louis the decrease wase I
er cent. MobIle, Ala., reported an
icrease of 1 per cent during the
Wisconsin Census Figures.
There were 995,401 erson. ten years
age and over in 1 isconsin engaged
gainful occupations in 1920, von
ituting 37.8 per 'cent of the State's
taj population of 2.632.067, the Cen
as Bureau announced today. Of the
ainful workers 312.935 were males
id 182,466 were females.
Canada Buys French Ships.
TORONTO. Ontario. Nov. *.-Nine
rench freighters have been pur
aced by the Mathews Steamship
,mpany, of Toronto. The deal for
Iese ships, formerly known as the
'olverine fleet, involving an expendi
re of about $2,600,000. was consum
ated a few day. ago by D. E.
athews, general manager of the
.mpany. They will be assigned by
e company to the Upper Lakes.
Mine Labor Head Seized.
CHAlRLESTON. W. Va., N4ov. 9.
111iam Blizzard, a subdistrict pr-esi
nt of the U'nited Mine Workers, who
uinder indictment for alleged con
iracy in ennnection with the armed
arch into logan county last~ Au
'st, was arrested today hy Sheriff
ilker. of Kanawha county, at hi,.
in St Aa s.. eight mles fro
Dress Goods Remnants Ribb0m Remnant.
Go Rmatlots at bbk5Waft Ribbons redueed for quick
$1.39 Yard morrow. Aelsg at o s .1.
Vaines Wesh 'i7 to pa Q (,Qan .;so Vlepupss
Remnants of flne quatyita e Goods, Including the egw bvsat...........I
following popular weaver:
-inch All-Wool rench Srge, 64-inch All-Woot Suit- V a.
lngs, -inc AII-Wool Broadcloth. 54 inch All-Wool Storm 3egu a 25s aal at . .
serge, Getneh AU-Wool Talor's Sege, 64-inch53 AT-Wool
Impl Serge, eta. Black, navy blue and colers.
lust /oe.. _r:
Store Closed Friday--Armistice Day~ Therefore, We Will Hold Our Regular Weekly
emnant Sale Thurd a
Tomorrownis Remnant Day instead of Friday, and the great army of thrifty Washington shoppers who always look forward to sharing its money-saving advantages will find
a wonderful array of bargain offerings in all departments. We propose to make quick work of all small lots and remnants and prices have been sharply reduced on every
orhoneorders.thing that comes under the heading of "remnant.!' We cannot fill mailor...
Women'. Dresses, Men's Furnishings
Suits, Coat. and Another Drewr Sensation! Men's Nlgtbe.-o. domet
Skirtg all sies in the Jot; good heay
I 11 . . O quality: only 9 dozen In the lot
D easee*Of canton cape, and $2.00 ................
Satin, in bipaded. embroidered and Men00 vals ......-O ban
draped effects. Worth '13.7 ket cloth; c'arliw, soles; tdg.p
$22 to $39.75...... "...jy~ with velvet bindings. 79
is Women's and MIS... New Worth $1.00 pair......
sor oinde. and Men's Underwear-Medium and
a ilyes ored and60 trimmed heavy weight; springtex. B3rm
veloe Cr; F ia -A m tc tol Mills and other high-gra
Tomro's Cenn Dsts-aOf o h a y ook ton and wowted finish; some
thig thtWomes undritgheadngyfiremantr'Weantt;ilmmastolphneordrl
Bolivia, Velour and novelty coat-slgty4pr. mtyal
oesizes in the lot Values
S tworth up to $1.25.....
med Womue's andt M$14e9' 8k
to $27.50. worth... $1.9 6/1'Men's Coat Sweaters--Wool
21 Stylish fo u $6.00 aand worsted mixtures; shawl col
satin and tricotine and crepe de
chine: embroidered. braid-trim' A dress event without precedent-a tremendous special kwteaerni and ca di and
weavesr;ndarooeestatdh; oddsmad
med and tailored styles. $1900 purchase of the stock of 700 dresses from a maker at a ends of highgrade makes. In
Worth to $85.00.. 0 fraction of their actual worth. Usually dresses like these oxford gray, maroon, navy and
14 Women's ad Mime ' Cloth bring many dollars more. $-7f. to worth......
Skirts-Ov French and mannish oat
Serge; tailored. plaited and em- Excellent quality. All-wool Jersey-the ,jnaterial that is Men's Work Shirts-Of fine
broidered styles. Values $2.95 so popular this season. One model has ~ilk braid trim- quality blue chambray; sllghtl,
worth $5. $6 and $7.. -amoean pac pokt;fnsdwih shaded; collar attached;&
emin at neck, d.full cut sizes. Worth $1.00. 69C
Go1neg/$?~sFor narrow leather belt and pearl buttons. Men's Union lSults-Meldium
Bos ltigI Another style is plain tailored, finished with belt and weight ribbed cotton; ecru,
aiwhite and peeler collar; closed
7 BOYS' Coduroy Suits-.with pockets. ' rotch; long sleeves: perfect qua)
two pair of pants: full cut The other model has mannish lapels, edged with silk ity; regular sizes. Worth89
knickerbocker style, lined braid, set-in braid trimmed pockets and leather belt. 1.25........tri.m
throuaghout; coats lined nwMen's Union Suits-Heavy
with khaki; sizes 9. $58 Colors are navy, nwblue, Autumn brown, Mohawk, weight ribbed wool mixed and
laad 4yer." "" reindeer, flame, black, taupe and jade. Sizes 16 to 44. worsted mixed; gray color;
med and 14loe yles.
15 junior Norfolk it.s-Of blue ...to the e t Worh sizes; slightly mperfw
and brown corduroy: box plaited and em-00 wid brok5
model, with yoke; sires e naturally bring, we cannot permit these dresse to be $3.50 ..95 and . 55
4 and 6 years only.... "" tried on-however, we will cheerfully refund the money Men's Work Glows and
Godnbr'-Scn Floor.t
7 Boys' Norfolk Suits--f gi for any that fail to give satisfaction. No C. 0. D.'s or witahnd og skin. mule
quality cheviot; knickerbocker tye k dned
pant h lined throughout; sines edo hse Walamande
10appro 4 1 n vals.debr's-een For $1.00 pair ........V
1 1 14 1& Men's Fibre Silk Halt Hose
7 dOYn'Two Pants Suits-Of lue
and brownsoordurhy;pboceplaeeld
good quality cheviot; both pair Notions 39c Table Oilcloth, 22c $1.0 and $5A0 Lace Hosiery double rihor ced ed te;
paknickerbocker pants lined Collar Bands-For men's and ! Remnants of 5-quarter Table Women's Fibre Silk Hose- Iirregular weaves of 5c
throughout; sizes 8. 10. $4A45 Iboys' shirts; regularly 10c 5Sc Oilcloth, plain white and tiling Curtains, $2.65 Pair Bilack and white; some fibre silk 6&4, values " """"" C 2
14. and 15 years eah.. ....effects. Worth 39c yard rgui all the way up. including garter Men's Wool ixed Underwear
7p oths' with cotro Carter -Heavy weight natural gray
Ne akna lisnert - it25 alati 35 larst. FlriD steDet which we have onetofvpar opoheswhctongtr
atoh tops; mock seam bck; slight color: perfect quality; Bradford
ofcnd knfckerbockerwpantraine
New Mackinaw pai , conv erti- B-5 n 5 'orDm~i et
bsle collar and muff pocket mod- vle 9 n
1 o'Mciaw. oa- Won' nirY--___ - " - --- -- alike: white. ivory and ecrui col. second of8c n orkoo raiak; shirts and
els; sizes 5, 10, 13, 14, Women's Sanitary Aprons- 1 an 1 Ct
145s andnd 817 yenars Wrt $17....$.0
15 and 17 years... Well made: full 25c Remnants of 36.inoh Bleached or Filet Weave and Cable Nets; Women's Fibre Silk Boot Hoe $.7 n 20.$"+
150 Boys' Two Pants Norfolk site ....................... "" "and Unleached Cottons, lengths 2y to 3 yards long. 40 to 60 -In black only: seconds 25iqn F'hrst Floor.
Suits-Good quality mixtures, in Children's Hose Supporters- from 2 to 6 yards. Heavy, close- inches wide; plain, novelty or of 50c values. .....
dark colors; both pairs knicker Pin-on Style: good quality lisle oven grades. heavy worked designs. Lot of Women's Black Cotton .X0 to $6.00
bocker pants lined throughout elastic, white nly; regu" 5C Goldenberg's-Flrt Floor Fourth Floor hose-Medium weight; also o a
lardy lOc pair few Mercerized Cordovan Hoe 0xodsadP ms
_____I ."... WIdIa...lnrnal sanl ,'I _______ ._________________._________________
G-oldenberg's-Third Floor. ioe he-ure ad5 emes lgtipre"1C at
--bs-h' squo: ares ......ter .....5. SmalU Lots From Our Recent Big Sale of tins Wot 21c par.70uar fWme' o
Furniture W Basting Cotton-Reu Women's sport Hose-Silk and Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, of
Two T eela pool THrEE wool. In two-toned effects; sean- patent colt, black and brow
Two TheeFet 3111921 soo so l. .. n.aR gs nd Floor Co e ig tdbc:alsie;irg $1.39 kdand dull leathers; high and
Beds-S4uare post; white en- Children's Underasts-Neat- u w o2 e heels; welted turn and Me
amel' finish; regularly S11.00 ly made; sizes 2 to 12 Ts Kay sewed soles; sizes in the lot
$15.00 years .... ... .om. bi ru.g. ergs
Four White Enamel Beds-4 o uie t
ft.Gssizei two-inch continuous 50-yard spools; black and 5c auction and prominent mills at half price and less, and sizes: slight seconds of lcc ntWnuouw
posts; warehouse sam-Paro Wme' on
pot;wrhuesn-colors..................mark them at still further reductions for quick selling. 2dt values..."" "".."......
pla;slghlymare; Q T5 Nickel Safety Pins-One dozen Housewives fixing up their homes for winter should take G~oldenberg's-Firit Floor. IuSUP&dee; Strap s Pumps-Leathei
pies; slightly marred; $9~ 75____________-..- Lus el:szs~ t
regularly $1.60,. .. .. e "i on card; assorted sizes. 7c pro mpt advantage-no such money-saving opportunities $1.25 Unbleached only. Regular $7 .00$29
regularlyTWO cards for-...... have been offered in years. The good offered are per- values ........
Two-Cot Mattressee--All cot- h
ton; regularly -Featherstitch Braid-White fet, unless otherwise stated. Many lots are limited and Sheets, 98c 36 Pair Children's High LA
$6.90 and colors; worth 10 and 5c at these sensationally low prices will last only a short -69 nlahdSetpr Shoea-Dull leather; sizes 8'4 it,
$6.60 .......... ,.. 6 ic ... 6'0 U bec e hes e' 1. W rh$ 9
Thres Simmons' All-Felt Mat- "' while-therefore, we advise an early visit feet quality; made of heavy
tresses-32 ft. 6 size; $995 kinds. FOUR c 11c round tra shetn cotto. .. Felt
regularly $0 .. for $ $4.00 Reversible .0 . Pilo *e th irsoes boI.
Two -inch Davenport Ta- Darning Colt. n-Assorted S B e R s R5e PiRoo C 1il sizesfrmato sls orth79
ble--Mahogany finish; shaped styles and kinds; regularly up to $10
ends; regularly ..c ball. T H RE E balls Rugs, 3x6 ft extra heavyweight BlePl Cs.a24.5ll0w..ases,.h.nd-..1.2ktpeir...........
" . " .." "" ". "I~rbyBead Eglih Nedls- Alxaner mit A ena 1rever sible mulberry, purple, Goldenbrg's-Flrst Floor.- - --
Five Odd Toilet Tables-Left Seamless Brussels Rugs. sie green and brown borders M Clothine
from suites; triplicate wing mir- Assorted sizes; regular 10c 7 ft. 6x9 ft.; nil-wool face,
ror; not in good condition; sold papers woven colors; only 8 In the $17.50 and $19.50 n Ien'D e Iltr s Odd Lot of Women's Kpic
regularly at $35.00 $ 7 Colar Buttons-One ! lot; good patterns and color- Men's Ba Rugs, co sta- Bloomers and Vess-ittok
and $45.00 .........dozen on card Ing Stenciled Crex 36 h 4
Three Heywood-Wakefield Co.'siter
T -e eWood-aeed bo. (Iiebr'-lrtFor$0 and $60.00 $95 4..........$ .95 E~ach.... ".............
Go-Car'ta-Wood body; white en- Ot 95 : . . ... S
o-at-odbd:wiee-Umbfrelas Axminster and i M f.(rxRghr 1 on e' rw e Infants' Part-Wool Batnds-5i
amel finish; floor sam- $14.50 .r~ us e-1 on eaBonHr
amI fiihxfoo1am0145 nlgbone ft. ve imperial ringbone Overroats - Hebavy two yeairs only. Values15
pies; regularly $29.00 Up to $2.00 Umbrellas-Mens Wilton Velvet i weave and regular weave: all weight; all around belt sies worth to 39r each
Four Strollers-Lloyd fiber and Women's Umbrellas. good stenciled designs, In rose, 35, 36. 37, 39, 39, 40 $9ldren's Underwear-.w pai
and reed; floor samples; sold quality rainproof American (cot at $28 u end dd atrments-Whit- fleered ,, '
regularly at $15 and $995 .5bugen ardad ad4^........
reual t$5ad$*5 ton) tAffeta covers: 9x12 ft. slightly water- brown: medallion, oriental, 17 Men's Heavy Corduroy ton; shir-ts with high reck antd
116 d .,..",,. assorted handles; up 19 sandRgs afr ae neat and novelty borders; all Pants-Well made; sizes 5 long sleeves: sinide uints. si/A-s
7 Odd Bedrom Chairs-Cane to m2.00 v $2.9 Id 12 years only.
er upholstered seat; mahogany Child es .m. . . -I$1 fringed Wilton Velvet, er- prfct quality 34, 26, S, 40 and r
q / tis Childen' ivry s hadles Ubrellasand - ings Imta allseamles; also22 Students' Long Tosr %'rh6eec ....
and ivory finish; rye and. B;als a Aminster, Linoleum Rrus at
larly $8 and $10...... * r all sm s also a fdw Alex
good quality rainproof covers- ander Smith 6t Sons perfect One-Half Price and mostly in green and tan stripes: Weight Union Suits-Low neck
Gedenberg's-Furniture Store values worth up t $1.39 quality Axminster Rugs, sizes weli made; sizes 2 $186 and sleeveless; tight knee:
Across the Street." $200 each 6 fL.rlO ft. 6 and 9xi2 ft.; 24, 25, 86 and 27.. broken sizes. Worth
Women'. Colored and Black excellent patterns and color- ( Cook's and Blabon's Lino- Fbot Floor. 60c..... ,,............. "" "00
Silnl ad 1k Umbresllas-Good quality Ings, leum Rugs, light and dark - Odd Lot of Women's Silk Top
Flannels silk tafetas in green, blueand
Domestics and black; ebonine and fancy $25.00 tuid $32.50 tleorien an and sueevninss a low n y and
o ung handles, with rinds, In RusWigdsgn:mn r Vomen's Handbags and suites nle lotnWothol i
Rmat 2-Ihivran balteBrussels pefctqaltwhl ohr Purses.-Leather and velv et.i ut In th o.Wrh79c
Remnants of 27-Inch Outing Ivran akltefS39
Flannels-Neat colored stripes, have slight Imperections black and colored effects va
also remnants of 27-inch Bleach- 14.75 8x12 ft. sie: worth $6.09, rily of styles and shapes; cldenerg's-First Floor.
Goldenberg 's--First Floor. $x2f.adIf.21 t 2..wot $.0....
ed Shaker Flannel, extra heavy9.nd
double fleeced 6quard mklSalssitl2f.sis orh$.6,. ur310C lada/-ta
Worth 15c and 20 1 /Zc Toilet sBrusls Rugs,' in floral ri s 00 , leather, with safety ok b$0 a $
Rennt fl3-Inch Drpss Me and 76e Hair Brushes'- ental and medallion designs; 714x9 ft. asze worth $10.09, only; morocco and crepe IffectaTpetyPri es
Ginghames-In plaid cs, also Good quality bristles, ebony, light and dark colorings' at ks,0" gun metal and nickel $1.39 Vouch Covers $1.98
stripes and plainds, hes, mahogany, foxwood and olive- these are slightly damaged by l2 ft. s; worth $12.69, frames; worth $2.alo. E
32-inch Peggy Cloth, 36-inch wood backs; assorted 39C water; also a lot of 14 per. at P.96. Goldenberg'a-Plrat Floor.
Shirting Madran. 22-inch Sha or styles and shaps...... feet quality 9 ft. 9xlO ft. 6 $10.95 Stenciled -_er_ ----- - I
Flannel, etc.; good useful Up to $1M Mirrors-Hand Alexander Smith & Sons R s Coret an M e wet Prte 45
lengths. Worth 29c and 19c Mirrors, oval, round and bonnet Seamless Bruais Rugs, Grass $545 tod Merce Tapetry orne
39c yard..................shape., ebony effect; g
Remnants of -.Inch Perrales quality bevel glass.... $17.50 $22.50 mae into pairs; colorings of
-Light grounds in checks. 26c Peerless Vanish. w In Ie le Popuhi Make CorsetsPink rose, blue and brown,
stripes, dots.. .sd neat figures; C jc Wool and Fibre Gram Rugs, In green, blue and white coutil; long hip mod
fine cipae-woven grade, in ul arton ath Tablets-Large n rton oriental fimured and striped
lengths. Worth 19c round cakes; regularly Rug and neat border designs. less models; mostly all ses. Cot ,h rovers. 60 to 5R Inches
yad.......... RC e T E fo.. 25c Tremont Brand Wool and 021 ft. il Wet 01, Values worth iii to 95C wide: some at triflo short of
Remnants of 27-ineh Dres Oc Nai Files-Fexile iter wugs, $lihtl dt " $ rgulation length.
Ginghams-Chambray and Apron steel aged; good colors and Pat- Fourth Floor.
Sc tens; sizes 1 ft. 3110 ft. 6 $2M _______-fwhtebaise
Ginghams; fast colors. 1' Goldenbergs.-Flrsg Floor, and 1il6 ft., for large roots. 4S74 ft, gl worth pretty embroidery trimmed mod
Worn e, also some with heavy lace Women's Aprons
W ont ner'--is Flo1,' Jewe*lry Remn~ants $5.00 Axminster or SUD 3.6 e~eoiale and other makes: all Kitchen Aprons-Oft fine grade
Goldenberg's--Flrst Floor.' Matn llAgnh
OdsadEd f eer--. $3.50 Jap M tigsizes. Regurly 69c 44 gigan, In assorted blue
$1 p od ad n o Jwer- ilo Vl;etR gs R g, 1.8each'".'.. ,....,"" checka: maude with large
$2.00 and $2.25 Diaper Including Necklaces, Broches Fit Flow. pskots Regularly 69e
Cloth, $1.59 Piece B sP
6 pics o i P ee luffn 27imn k Haet de in s t; . 87x1 to 57x5i4 Alexander Rugs, 10-w.arpres ibl car- 19C Tow eling, I1 / en r ciz .a....lue.....a
6p 15 Smith & Sons' make Axntin pet designs, also stenCleod t,7
and 20 inch widths; sealed sani worth l1e and 61st: each signs. In green, blue, red or 700 yards of Union Linen and low Aprnns-ast colors: open
tary cartons containing full ten Silver lated Vanity Cse. In oral, oriental and me brown. Linen Finish rash T weling front n , ontmde
yards; first quality; only a lim -Pretty ethomwed do- dallion designs. (First Flor.) ! (ioldenherg's-Fourth Flr. nM,' olle re abs. I nl iinel: we. nid
ited quantity. signs; worth hOc each.. g.. - rirt Floor. T Fleer.
FPrat; Florr. leuberg's-Fit Floor. 5
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