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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 26 1913.
The Most Sensational
SALE of MEN'S WEAR
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Ever Held in Washington
If you are in need of an Overcoat or Suit you certainly should take advantage of this sale, of High Grade Clothing for Young Men
and Men who want to stay young. Every Suit and Overcoat price CUT RIGHT IN HALF. .You can be your own salesman -original prices
are marked plainly on every garment just pay HALF!
This sale of clothing at these prices will only hold good from Monday, January 27, until Friday, January 31.
$8.00 Men's Suits
$10.00 Men's Suits J C A A
$12.50 Men's Suits J: C
$15.00 Men's Suits $y CA
. $18.00 Men's Suits
$20.00 Men's Suite
$25.00 Men's Suite
For Young Men, 16 to 19
Regular-Sizes, 34 to 46
$10.00 Men's Overcoats
$15.00 Men's Overcoats
$18.00 Men's Overcoats
now. . .
Regular Sizes, 34 to 46
$25.00 Men's Overcoats ' ftf) CA
Young Men's Sizes, 16 to 19
$20.00 Men's Overcoats
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The Entire Surplus Stock of heavy and
medium weight Pants of Chas. Kramer,
of Reading, Pa.-, the famous Stony Creek
line, here almost 50 cents 'on the dollar.
Over 1,000 pairs; fine
worsteds, hair lines, cassi
meres and corduroys, dress
and working pants, in dark
shades of gray, pin stripes
and quiet mixtures.
All Sizes 30 to 52 waist
29 to -35 'length
Values $2.50 to $4.00
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ESPECIALLY THE O'COATS
- 'AHl.S Boys' Suits Now
" and $3.98 Suits
All 5.9N8 and
$6.98 Suits, now
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Heavy Blue Serges and Fine Wor
steds. Sizes, 8 to 17.
All $1.98 Overcoats
Sizes 3 to 9
All $2.98 Overdoatr
Sizes 4 to 12
All $4.98 Overcoats
Sizes 4 to 10. ad
All $6.98" and $7.98
V Overcoats now
Broken size. 4 to 10 and 10 to 18. Hiffe
School. Clothes; Long Overcoats.
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50c Fleece-lined Shirts, heavy A
guality, all"sizes . ., -y .
$1.00 All-wool Merino. Shirts and Draw
ers, all. sizes, up to. 48. .Ajmost Jialf "R'Rvi
Drice- varment ...viO'0
$1.00?WM Texur Fleece-lined Under
wear, made by Wright's Health Un
derwear Co.; shirts and drawers in CCC
$1.50 and $1.75 All-wool Scarlet Un
derwear, Root and Glastenbury j1 A A
makes, all sizes, garment l UU
Sweater Coats for Me i and Boys
16 dozen Men's Woolen Sweaters,
mostly sizes 36-38; in Gray and Brown. L QC
Sold for 5 1.50 v7
All $2.50 and $2.98 Sweater Coats, all-wool
yarns, Notair buttonholes; Silver
Gray, White, Garnet, and Brown; all jjjl JA
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ALL BOYS' SWEATERS NOW 49c.
Mostly Silver Gray; sizes 28 to 32. Sold for
Another big shipment of Shirts enables
- us to place on sale tomorrow
200 Doz. High Grade
Made of Percale and Madras in Plain
White and Neat Black and White Stripes
and other patterns. All are Coat Shirts.
Sizes 14 to 17.
50c, 75c, and $1.00 Shirt.
r Soft Felt and Black Derbies, many shapes and all sizes. Regu
lar 1.502.00,. and $3.00 Hats.
Made to be sold for $1.50
and Si. 00.
Closed out manufacturer's
entire surplus stock, hencejthe
reason of such woridefFiilf.reV
duction. The very best' sellers '
and values of the season in
this lot. Materials are Voile,
Madras, India Linon, etc.
Strictly tailormade or fancy
trimmed with Embroidery and
Braid and Lace. High neck
and long sleeves or low neck
and short sleeves. Open back
or front. Every size, 34 to 46.
Woolen Dress Goods
$1.50 qualities 54-inch All
wool Worsted Suitings; three
pieces only; Blue and Gray;
$1.50 and S2.00 qualities
All-wool Broadcloth, Black
LADIES?- AND CHILDREN'S
S H O E S
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uniiaren's ana Misses' Lace ana tsuuon jnoes,
sold for $lt25 and' $1.50. Bargain "table. .. . . .W
$2.00 and $2.50 Misses' and Children's Shoes,
Goodyear; welt and turn; soles, lace and button QOC
styles.- Bargain-Table ,4 J.L j ..... . 2JO '
Women's $3.5p and $4.00 Shoes; button and. blucher
styles; dressy shoes; all Goodyear-welts; all lea- jj CQ
thers. Bargain Table, pair. . ImDy
All odd styles and odd lots of Women's Dress Shoes,
blucher and button styles clean up of all remnant lots.
These shoes sold for $2.00, $2.50, and $3.00. Close QQC
Out Price 07
Children's and Misses' Rubber Boots, $1.75 QQC
and S2.00 qualities. Now 70
Women's Warm House Slippers, fur fiQC
Infants' 75c and $1.00 Button and Lace (JQC
Misses' Jockey .Boots,. Velvet and White. Calf QOC
Top, sold for S2.50. Now, pair ". -O
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$6.98 Coats for Women; all-wool mixtures . . ...
$10.00 Women's Goats, made of Chinchilla and ICersey...k$49o
$12.50 and $15.00 Coats for Women and Misses; All-wool Zibe
lines in Gray and Black-, trimmed with Plush Fur Collars i QQ
and Cuffs...... ; .-."...4rQ
$15.00 to $22.00 values reduced finally now. Finest CZ QO
all-wool mixtures, in all shades and sizes. , TvtO
LADIES' (& MISSES'
15c quality French Madras,
White, with Stripes and 7 1 Q
Polka Dots, yd 2
2y2C quality Seer
sucker Gingham, yd .
8c Apron Ging
15c India Linon,
40 in. wide
12c Percale, 36
in. wide, yd
Men's $4.00 W. L. Douglas Custom-made
Shoes, in Gunmetal Calf,
Patent Coltskin, Vici Kid, and Velour
Calf Leathers; all sizes and widths
Men's $3.00 and $3.50 Goodyear
Welted Shoes, made of Vici Kid, Gun
metal Calf, and Tan Calf; all sizes.
Men's $2.50 and $3.00 English Welted Shoes, in Pat
ent Colt, Gunmetal, and Vici Kid Leathers. Sale Price
Men's $2.00 Buckle Arctics; heavy, dull soles; all
sizes, 6 to 11. Sale Price
Men's $1.50 Heavy Pure Gum Rubbers, sizes 6 to 11.
We extend Credit to responsible parties on most
liberal terms in our furniture department.
Unlike Installment Houses we ask only cash
prices for our goods, floor coverings, and furniture.
All furniture is marked in plain figures.
At Less Than Half Their Original Prices
Lot of about 100 Ladies' and Misses' All-wool Serge
Suits, mostly Navy and Black. Sold actually for 15.00, JQ QQ
318.00, and $20.00 .- O.O
Most of them strictly tailormade garments ; others fancy trim
med with braid. All are lined with two-season satim Perfect-fitting
Another lot of Suits for Ladies and Misses, actual $1 A 7JJ
former selling prices, $25.00 and $35.00 ifrmi D
Whipcords, Fine Serges, Broadcloth, and Fine Diagonal Cloths.
Best workmanship and faultless fitting garments. Satin-lined Coats.
Ladies' and Misses'
Plaid back, cemented seams; regular $2.98 values.
Ladies' Dress Skirts
100 dozen Dress Skirts, comprising most every- material and all
sizes. Sold up to $2.98. Now ' ' .
S3.50 and-$3.98 Dress Skirts, All-wool Serges and Broadcloths in
Black, Brown, Navy, and Gray. Now . .
$10.00 and $12.00 Dress Skirts, finest, Chiffon Panama, Serges,
Broadclo(th, and Voile. Now
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