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1918 S : : SstshlLhti jSjt V "V&X SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES JIN GOVERNMENT On sale Pattern Section Main floor. The January Clearance Sale The time to buy Furniture, Rugs, Curtains and all House Furnishings The time to buy Furs, Winter Coats, Dresses Prices are down now mR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Help the country to win the war :.i!i .:. .1... Upholstered Livingroom Suites Itfvingroom Suites, finely carved, cane panel backs, wing chairs vith,ltixurious cushioned seats, three peces. Were $335.00 Sale price $290.00 Livingroom Suites, mahogany frames, mulberry vel our coverings, three pieces. Were' $225.00 Sale price $192.00 Livingroom Suites of Mahogany, Adam period, -with cane panel backs, coverings of blue velour, three pieces, WeTe $210.00 Sale price $189.00 Livingroom Suites, very luxurious, covered in blue . .'. cord velour, three pieces. Were $205.00 Sale price $188.00 Separate Chairs and Rockers Colonial styles Chairs and Rockers of Mahogany, rush seats, Colonial styles. Were $ 6.50 Sale price $ 5.50 $..8.50 $ 7.25 $21.00 f , $18.00 $20.00 $17.00 F' e assortment of Colonial Chairs and Rockers viri satin Mahogany finish, with old fashioned spindle , backs. Among the patterns are the "Governor Brad ford,' "Puritan," "Windsor," and several other pop ular models. Regular price $16.00 $14.50 $12.50 $11.50 " $ 8.00 $7.50 Chairs and Rockers in Mahogany and Ivory finishes, Windsor style. ' Regular price $11.00 ; : r $10.50 $10.00 $ 9.00 $ 8.50 $ 5.50 $ 4.50 Sale price $13.50 $12.00 $10.00 $ 9.75 $ 6.75 $ 6.00 Sale price $9.75 $9.00 $8.50 $7.50 $7.25 $4.75 $3.75 Fourth, floor. Children's Dresses Colored Ginghams and Chambrays, were $2.50, $2.98, $3.50 and $4.50, at $1.39 $159 $1.98 to $3.98 Ages 4 to 6 years. Colored Rompers for the littlest ones. A small lot only 50 cts Ages 2, 4 and 6 years Second floor. Important Sale of Black Silks , and Satins Perhaps we shall all walk in silk attire for a few years to come, that is if we can buy silks as reasonably priced as in the following lists. One ought for econ omy's sake to take advantage of such occasions. Silk is very agreeable to wear, and the Government is not going to allow us much wool. :i Notice these: ; p All one yard wide Regular Sale price Satins, $1.50 $1.10 a yard $1.75 $1.39 $1.69 $159 Taffetas, $1.69 $1.15 $1.75 $1.29 $2.00 $1.59 $2.50 $1.89 Striped Taffetas, $1.50 $1.29 $1.75 $1.39 $2.25 $1.59 Main floor. Seamless Axminster Fkugs Size 9x12 A good assortment of colorings in conventional designs which are pleasant to the eyes. Excellent rugs for living rooms, were formerly $45.00. $39.00 Sale price Third floor. Curtains, attractive and inexpensive Quaker Laces for Curtains Cretonnes for Furnishings Figured Madras for Draperies All decorative fabrics for making home pleasant and attractive Quaker Laces that Cretonnes, Figured Madras, Sofa Pillow Tops, Sofa Pillows, . were 65 cts now 50 cts a yard were50ets now 39 cts a yard was $1.25 for 98 cts a yard formerly $2.00 now $1.25 each were $1.25 now$1.00 each Dining rxoom Furniture r A wonderfully interesting collection of Diningroom furniture for your selection and all of it marked down. The prices greatly changed for this sale Diningroom Sets, Jacobean Oak, William and Maxy; period, ten pieces. ji .! Regular price $200.00 Sale price $170.00 $208.00 $178.00 $192.00 $165.00 Diningroom Set of Jacobean Oak, early English. pa. tern, ten pieces. Was $239.00 Sale price $203.00 Diningroom Set, Antique Mahogany, Adam period, i , ten pieces. Was $210.00 Sale price $107.00 Diningroom Sets, Antique Mahogany, William and Mary period, ten pieces. ' . ;i Were $253.00 STow $22T' Diningroom Sets, Antique Mahogany, William and Mary period, ten pieees. Were $246.00 Sale price $215.00 Diningroom Sets, American Walnut, Queen Anne period, ten pieces, Were $286.00 Sale priee $252.00 Diningroom Sets, '-American Walnut, William and Mary period, ten pieces. Were $231.00 Sale priee $198.60 Diningroom Sets of Mahogany, Queen Anne period, ten pieces. Were $385.00 Sale priee $328jOO Diningroom Sets of Mahogany in Colonial style, ten pieces. Regular price $240.00 Sale priee $210.00 434.00 $375.00 I Diningroom Sets,' Ebony with gold decorations, the y chairs covered in silk damask, ten pieces. Were $483.00 Sale price $322.00 V"" Japanese Scarves, priced at $5.00 now $3.50 each i Third floor. Austrian Flowered China Plates, Latticed Fruit Bowis, Salad Bowls and Cake Plates, large pink bouquet decorations, fine ware, r 50 CtS. each This lot of China Consisting of Break fast and Tea Sets, Coffee Sets and Eight Sets for bedroom use, all of pret tily decorated china, J $150 These have heen from $2.50 to $4 M. GrcDnadCQ BAN PARIS FOR VISITS BY U.S. MEN IN FRANCE ' With the American Army. In STance, ' Fridfuv. .Ton I ITtv Tha Associated Press.) In co-op ration with, the Bed Cross, T. M. C. A. headquarters is busy completing arrangements for other centers than Paris where the personnel of the American exfpedition- ary forces can go when they are given leaves and have clean and "healthy ausement,"uch as movies, baseball, fcotball, mountain climbing and other sporta. It Is Hoped that these centers Via Km ubatates tor Paris, M permits to spend leave there have been suspended to all officers and men In the interests of temperance (and morality FOOD JCXJJOBIT OPENS Chicago, Jan. 5" The patriotic food show, with exhibits contributed by various government war and food bu reaus designed to show in simple form how to "carry out the instructions of the (ood administration, opened here today and will continue a week. More than 300 war recipes are demonstrat ed by expert cooks, some of them from army cantonments. Included among the exhibits is a portable army field kitchen which gives practical demonstrations. MAY HALVE BEEF USE IN ENGLAND BY SPRINGTIME chief foodstuffs, it adds, win be ra tioned bv Arril. liondon, Jan. 5. Until the situation improves the consumption of ibeef in England must be reduced at least one-half, according to an official statement concerning the scarcity of meat. The Daily (Mail save meat will toe the first food dealt with under Lord Khondda's compulsory rationing: plan. Butter and margarine will follow meat and other foods will tie adfled as thejrfcecom more scarce. All the MEXICANS SEEK TO BOOST THEIR S. A. RELATIONS Mexico City. Jan. 5. The object of tha Mexican eovernmit to taking' over the fleet of the Mexican Naviga tion Co.. it is annonunced officially, is to bring foodstuffs to Mexico from Central and Sopth America. The ves sels also are expected to bring about closer commercial relations with tha other Latin American countries. PLAN TO BETTER NATION'S WATER POWER RESOURCE Washington, Jan. 6 A definite leg islative policy to develop the nation's water power is under consideration by the house leaders today in the form of a bill approved by President Wil son and designed to handle all water power problems through a commis sion composed of the secretaries of war, interior and agriculture. The United States will take over a, large part' of New York's waterfront. SIB EDWiED MORRIS, BAJtOJf. London, Jan. 5 Sir Edward Mor ris, who recently retired as premier of Newfoundland, has been made a baron in recognition of his services to the empire. The Swedish Council of Ministers has dtcided to recognize the independ ence of Finland. " t A. 10 er cent, increase in the wages of iron trade mechanics ended a strike in Sari Francisco. The Berlin Tageblatt reports that Japan has resumed the ""fullest dip lomatic relations with Russia." $5 tWK THulT CASK, Charged (with, theft. Homer Cano?t,i colored, of "Water street, was fined ' by Judge E. A. Barttett in tha Policrj Court, this morning, when he wnfrl found guilty of having accepted 3. . from & stranger on the pretext that he would get him a Quarter-ton ok coal for the money. Canol disap-i peared with the cash, -and was-saH rested yesterday morning. I Reduction of JO per cent, was or-j dered in rates on live stock from East j St. Louis, Ohio River crossing &n& points in Kentucky and Tennesse-ii Birmingham and Montgomery. j ' ",v; -1 Y i 4 X. f