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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. FRIDAY. JANUARY 2. 1913.
Surplus 1 SSfcf Sale
ONLY a few weeks ago we opened this store with an entirely new stock that we turned over to the public at prices never before
equaled in their lowness for shoes of such quality. We promised at the beginning to make every day a bargain day for everybody at
EVERYBODY'S. It is now manufacturers' clearance time and some of the largest and most reliable manufacturers of men's and
women's shoes have determined to make our store the outlet for their surplus stock at this time. Hence these bargains bargains that even
EVERYBODY'S could not give you under ordinary circumstances.
There are many reduction shoe sales going on right now, but come in here and learn the difference between the small amount saved at the average shoe stores clearances and a great manufac
turers' clearance like this one.
SECOND FLOOR SPECIALS
THIRD FLOOR SPECIALS 1
$5.00 SHOES, $2.50. J
420 pairs Men's Biltrite $5.00 Bench-made Shoes; every conceivable style; all sizes;
Gunmetal Galf, Vici Kid 5
Choice 82.50 Pair I
MEN'S $6.00 SHOES, $3.00
340'pairs'Men's Custom-made Shoes. Every pair bears the trade-mark of one of the
highest grade manufacturers of men's shoes in this country (we cannot advertise the maker's
name, as per contract made in being favored with these shoes), in the following leathers:
Gunmetal Calf, Tan Calf, Vici Kid, and AA
Patent Leather, All Sizes, Choice a Pair. v3.UU
LADIES' $5.00 SHOES, $3.00.
480 pairs Ladies' 18-button Boots, in the best grade Tan Calfskin and Gunmetal Calf
and best quality Patent Leather. Every pair Goodyear welt-sewed; in every size and
width New spring styles. Choice Cfl ff
LADIES' $3.50 SHOES $2.25
"Craddock" make $3.50 Ladies' Shoes, Goodyear welt-sewed, button and blucher
styles; Tan Calfskin and Gunmetal Calf; low heels and Cuban heels; (a guarantee goes
with each pair) . Choice CftO OC
A Pair, ip.mO
34 Pairs Ladies' Gunmetal Button and Laced Shoes; Goodyear Welt Sewed; regular t
$3.00 values; sizes 22 to 5.
Choice, $1.50 j
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Just in Time for Spring Wear
600 pairs Ladies' Low Shoes; all sizes and widths up to size 6; nearly every concehr-
j able style, leather, and fabric.
t Displayed on tables; easy for you to pick out the style you like. Values, $2.50,
I $3.00, $3.50.
2 Tables Full of Women's Sample Shoes; sizes up to 4 only, as samples are not made
$ in sizes larger than Size 4.
Patrician, La France, American Girl;
Values, $3 to $5. Choice a Pair
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3 Tables Full of Men's Goodyear Welt Trade-marked Sample Shoes; Burt & Packard,
and other celebrated makes; sizes 6 to 7; in regular $4 and $5 values; in Tan Calf,
Gunmetal Calf, Patent Leather.
1 Table Full of Men's Hand-sewed Low Shoes; not all lines. Not a pair that sold at
less than $3.00; some are $4.00 values.
i 45 Pairs Boys' Goodyear Welt Shoes; not a pair that sold at less than $2.50; some
are $3.50 values.
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2 Tables Full Men's Selz Royal Blue, Craddock, Burt & Packard, and
other Nationally Advertised Trade-marked High Shoes; nearly every size among ttft
the lot, but we advise you to be on hand early, as these are $3.50, $4.00, and g
$5.00 values, and they won't be here long.
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7th and D Sts. N.W
Over Lincoln National Bank Entrance on D Street.
Take Elevator Up or Walk a
Flight and Save a Dollar.
See Shoes Advertised in D
Street Show Window.
Choice,' II (Jf5
.00 : 3l 7
A Pair. J: ; jl
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