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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FKIDAY, ITEBHUARY 14; 1913.
Symbolizing the Parker-Bridget
March of Progress
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-the P-B March of Progress Adds Another
Year of Success to the Nationally Known Men's Store
nPHIS week marks the close of another P-B
business year another year of success.
Year by year, for a quarter of a century, this store for
men nas grown in pumic iavor ana commence, i oaay
it is an institution not only a store where merchandise for
men is sold a great commercial institution that finds pleas
ure in performing its duties to mankind uncommonly well.
f This institution for men, like the Capital City and its public buildings,
Deiongs to tne people oi tne nation.
f It is your store Mr. Wasliingtonian, Mr. Virginian, Mr. Bunker of Boston, Mr.'Ironman of Pitts-
burg, Mr. Planter of the South, Mr. Business Man of Seattle, Mr. Cattleman of the Great Prairies,
Messrs. Grainman & Lumberman of the West.
f It is the store of the Statesman - the Lawyer the Doctor the men who labor with brain and
brawn who reside in or visit Washington frQm time to time. ,
(J It is a store whose business methods are simple 'as ABC. To sell satisfaction as well as good
merchandise to give you a guarantee of absolute satisfaction and to. gain; .and hold yjour con
fid nee by consistent low prkes in regular season and an absolute clearance at the e d of each six
s CI Just at present the P-B Mid-Winter Clearance Sale is attracting men who appreciate the magnifi-
cent displays of P-B Suits and Overcoats the hundreds of patterns and styles the clever hand-
tailoring. A few of the final clearance quotations printed here.
Three Special Overcoat Values for Clearance
$15 and $18 O'coats . . JgJ5
For big men only sizes 42 and 44.
Black and Oxford Mixed O'coats.
$20 and $25 O'coats, M 2 75
Popular rough mixture materials in a
score or more of clever styles.
$25 and $30 O'coats, $4 75
You find practically every style of coat in
this lot. Including the fashionable self linings.
P-B Hand-Tailored Suits
Are Reduced as follows:
$40.00 P-B Suits Now . . . $31.25
$35.00 " " "... $25.50
$30.00 " " "... $21.75
$25.00 " " " ... $18.75
$20.00 " " "... $14 25
anil Soft iHata .'..:.:.:..
" Broken sizes and lots -for -clearance
Brown Derbies and Soft Hats worth S2.00
CI QC for $2, $3, and $4 Derbies every"
lUJ style new these are manufactur
" Shoes, $3-75
Spscial lot at
This special lot of famous TECK Shoes for clear
ance includes Russets and Gunmetals. Shoes that sold
at $5. Now reduced for clearance to $3.75.
Splendid values in Furnishing;
Spring are here in force.
the novelties for
50c and 75c Half Hose, at....25c
Imported Lisle SILK-finished' Half Hose, with
double heel, toe, and sole. Desirable solid colors. Of
course, the sizes are broken; all sizes are here but
not all sizes in every color. The clearance price is half
and less than half 25c.
Final Ciearance of Boys' Wear SSfisSZSr u
Vf Price on our entire line of Juvenile and School
2 O'coats. Juvenile Coats, 3 to 8 years; School
ODD PANTS CLEARANCE.
$1.00 and $1.25 Panto now 59c
$1.50 and $1.75 Panto now 98c
1 1 Price on broken loto of Boy' Suite; ages, 8 to 15.
2 Blues and Mixtures; featuring double-breasted
styles, with knicker pants. This half-price includes ou:
entire line of Juvenjle Suits Russian -and Sailor
SPRING WASH SUITS FOR BOYS. Advaace display ready.
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