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title: 'The Washington times. (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, January 05, 1913, Sunday Evening EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE WASHINGTON r TIMES., SUNDAY, JANUARY ,5, 1913:
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$16-50 Superb Cloth Suits $25-W
They Should Slow You the Difference
The difference between made to order garments by high cIpss tail
ors and the 'garments produced for a "A sale" is the difference of a thor
oughbred horse and the- branded cow of the ranch. Do not the plot ires
shou tho thoroiiRhbred in garments will one be branded "a sale gar
Now That Prices Are Finally Reduced
llie thoroughbred Is to cost no more than the branded frann'nt.
Will the reader who may havi been 'stuns' with "branded" things
devote an hour here tomorrow. Come as an honored guest, with the
promise of all th6 attention that such a pruist commands. Third r'loor
If you please. . 2
Were to $30 Of Sponged Cloths, Man-Tailored Throuihout ' Were to $50
More than one hundred of these Suits to select from, assuringeveTashwtable' style, aad every
best mddel for women of 34 to 44 bust measure. If pen and ink sketches could "be given yoiTweald leant
that not one is "branded." The guarantee given tnat each is of aH-wool cloth, thoroughly spoaged ami
.man tailored in every detail, is the assurance of durability as well asstyle. Now costing no mortftm
"sale" garments values to $30 at Si 6.50, and values4tf $50 at $25i
A.USNER Hours 8:30 AM. to 6 P.M. G STREET
It will be well to remember that the fewyfeproductions, ot imported models that retail to $75
are to be included in lot-reduced to $25 for choice. Only five of these in sizes-36, 40, and '42 only.
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A hint of a velvet dress is pic
tured to the left hand. All of
these dresses have they not the
finish given by the elite modiste?
Witness any of these velvet, cor
duroy, and charmeuse beauties,
reduced to $14.98 from $25.
Sizes 34 to 44. models for all
The sets are all finally reduced.
Were $12.50 to $75.00 now
$9.00 to $50.00.
The coats at 20 per cent dis
count deduct one-fifth from the
price marked on the one you
select. Pony Coats at $65 to
$125 are thus made $52 ta $105.
Hudson Seal Coats at $95 to
$275 are made $76 to $220.
The Evening Dresses
See' G Street Window Display
One of the life-like wax figures is pictured 'to, left hand itjs
fitted with a black charmeuse jdress. The price, reduced to $25 from
$40, includes a black beaded net tunic with jetted fringe.
Also look in the window for a Pink Charmeuse Dress" with
drapery of ilowered pink Chiffon, reduced to $35 from $50. ' And see,
the White Charmeuse Dress, with lace waist and rhinestonetrim-!
mings, reduced to $39.50 from $65. Another White Charmeuse Dress
has Nile green chiffon drapery and crystal trimmings, redtlced to $30
from $50. The White Charmeuse Dress with white chiffon tunic
loaded in crystals, is reduced to $29 from $48.
Long Coats Finally Reduced 7
For adults are both the English and Anglo-American Coats
of boucle, chinchilla, broadcloth, and" double-faced cloths'; values
to $40.00, at only $20.00. For the college girl and small woman
are all the new styles of the season, at $15.00 instead of $2S.00,
$8.00 instead of $15.00, and $5.00 instead of $10.00.
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to order a hat is surely s
Including small and
large imported shapes,
of Plush and Velvet,
in black and colors.
to $5.00, I ,JM
Lot 3 $
I Lot 4 CjRK?
t; Were to $1.50, 01 If
These four lots
include, every Tjest
make of corset and
assure the oppor
tunity to be fitted
at a-less price than
at any other time
of the year.
Buy two corsets
the one -f or or
dinary, the other
for state occasions.
Leave it to one
of the -experts hee
JLnnA 'AYtPt nRsnrfid"-'
corsets that will xe-
fleet credit on both
von and the store
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Union Suits 25c--Separate Garments are Only 19c
What's in a name?
Here are Swiss ribbed Union
Suits, with and without the "Me
rode" trade. mfirJc
With the trade mark "Me
'rode" the prices arc 39c to $1.59
for 50c to $2.00 grades.
Without the name "Aerode"
the Union Suits are only 25c and
the separate garments are only
Both are here.
Which for you?
What's 4n a name?
The answer is being eloquent
ly given. Thousands vof garments
wereistributed last week and
the'remaining few thousands wiil
be all gone before this weejc
For many years, the Palais Royal has annually distributed the
drummers' samples and surplus winter stock of "Merode" Garments
from the wholesale agents; .Messrs. Lord & Taylor, of NewYork.
"Merode" iSj Underwear
These Words Appear on Every Genuine "Merode" Garment
This year these well known "Merode" Union Suite and Separate
Vests and Pants are being distributed in five grand lots as told of
below. - , ""
39c 49c 69c 95c $1.59
59c Grade 75c Grade $1.10 Grade IM Grade $2 Grade
What's in a-name?Note,that"Merpde,"stands for superlatively 'i
best hand-finished undergarments, looking better, fitting better, and
wearing better than the ordinary. You'll note the ordinary are here
at only 19c and 25c and that the "Merode" are 39c to $1.59- ,
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This is another annual sale associated, with the Palais Revalt 1
foe many years. Regular patrons'need no more thaa Ac mvitetioo
to this the first and best feast of bargains-offt 9 13. Uast weckraaay
secured" supplies JoJast until "the next"great sale in "1914. I:
hurrying time now for those who would profitby this 191? distribu
tion. 'It means 14c to -75c for. 25c to $10 "Onyx" Hose- -
Further Reductions in Prices
Of Remaining 1912 Lingerie
These and Others, $1.00
Corset Covers, Drawers,
and Short Skirts that were
to 75c now bunched at 25c
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were less than $1100 , m Mf V
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$1.00, $2.00, $3.50
Values Are to $5.00
Materials are white voile and
crepe voile. Features ney round,
square and high neck collar; three-
quarter and long sleeves, with lace
irill; new yoke and side effects,
with imperial frills; trimmings of
shadow, cluny and Irish laces; vel
vet ribbon ties, in black, and col
ors; sizes 34 to 46.
One can safely select a blouse
here for as little as $1 and be
assured of safety in quality, style,
finish and fit. Simplicity and ele
gance can be linked with $1.00
Blouses they don't have to be
gaudy and offensive imitations
of elaborate garments.
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At Reduced Prices
will not the '
3Sc quality Mercer
ized Satin Tablo
Lmmaak; 60 Inches
wlile. Reduced QOn
COc quality Mercer
ized Sailn Table
Damask; 62 Inches
wide. Reduced 9Qt
much higher prices
e a charm for you?
7Gc quality Bleach
ed Satin Table Dam
ask: 70 Inches wide.
$1 quality Bleach
ed Satin Damask: 70
Inches wide. Rn
Reduced to... tl
Hemstitched Table Cloths
German linen Goths, 70 inches long,
at oclj $J.19, and 78 Inches long at only
flc "Cream of the Crop" 9C
Superior to "Fruit of the Loom" JVVus
lin, finished soft for the needle. And only
Blankets and Comforts
A List of BargainOpportunities
a Silk Covered Down flJIO TA
Comforts. Were 15. Now"1''"
3 Silk Covered Down CJ- PA '
Comforts. Were $20. Now- 3 -LOtOU
21 French Sateen Covered Down
Comforts. Were $6.30.
12 Krench Sateen Covered Down
Comforts. Were ?3.00. '(J-fAA
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20 Sateen Covered Comforts, cot
ton filled. Were ?S.50. n ryr
Now .- &&iO
1.1 Sllkollnc Covered Comforts.
cotton linen, were ?2.u0.
2t Sllkollnc Comforts, ocroll
htltchcd. Wero $2.0Q. 1 "IQ
Now ,. iDlI-
30 Sllkollnc Comforts, njrmed
'en both' sides. Were $1.00. QQn
A -pairs FIna
7 pairs All WoolJlald
Blankets. Were 96.50. Now
13 pairs Wool Blankets., pink and
blue borders; 11-4. Were QO 7K
53.00. Now OO.IU
16 pairs Wcol Blankets, pink and
tlue borders. Were $4.50. 0Q Off
21 pairs Wool Nap Plaid Blanl
ets, pink, blue, gray, and IgO CA
tan. Were J3.00. Now..v.wiy.uV
16 pairs Wool Nap Blankets, pink
and blua borders. Y?ere JO AA
$2.50. Now -J. OA.UU
5! pairs HeaVy English fleecii
BlanHeU. AV'ero $1.73. (g-J OQ
48 pairs English Fleece GQ
Blankets. Were .$1.00. Now OI71
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