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Brand-new Prlhce Albert Full t>ress and Tuxedo Suits for Hire
t It :# 'Mill it : Yes, I can honestly say that I believe this to be the best purchase I ever made. The Mill End Woolen Co., with head quarters in Philadelphia and a branch in New York, handles the products of all the best mills in this country and many Euro pean ones. For certain reasons they were anxious to close out their entire stock im mediately, and knowing the great purchas ing power of my establishment, they invited me to make them an offer. I was already carrying such a big stock that I was not anxious to buy, and made the bid so low that I did not dream for a moment they would accept it. They did, however, and the first shipment of the goods has arrived. On looking them over closely I can hardly realize that I have actu ally been able to secure them at such figures. Woven especially for me arid guaranteed not to fade or crock. If it should I will make you a new suit FREE Remember, these are all mill ends?only enough in each piece to cut one suit or one or two pairs of trousers. You can imagine what a vast variety of patterns this gives you to choose'from, but you mustn't forget that there is great ad vantage in a prompt choice. No such stock has ever been brought to Washington before, and no such values have ever been offered before. Naturally there will be a big rush for these goods. Make your selection ahead of the crowd. Get in early tomorrow and pick out the pat tern you like best. Whatever you select, you can take my word for it that you will get a bargain such as you never obtained before in all your life. I bought these goods at astonishingly low prices and my cus tomers will get full benefit of the savings. J r VI TWN #?:w" Safe ":m:< % , >>&> /?*}: ":r? ?. :- : :--V. ^ * ? Hundreds of patterns to choose from. All the latest and most popular shades in gray, brown, tan, wine color, blue and mixtures and high - class solid blacks. Many of the patterns cannot be duplicated in Washington; others will only be found in the most expensive tailors'shops. High-class goods that 1 should under ordinary circumstances be forced to charge at least $18 or $20 for, and other tailors would ?? ? ' ask you a great deal more. / ? n1 i*'- '? f ' e # $ ?y ? tr 0 r* if m, t Equally striking values in higher grade woolens at These include beautiful imported effects in exclusive patterns, such as you have never before had a chance of buying except at fancy prices. ^ $5, $6 and $7 Trousers for ? ? . J&JJ All sorts of neat effects in striped worsteds in light and dark patterns, V_/ $6.and $7 White Tromsers for , 00 Worsteds and flannels. Solid white or with a black hair line. I positively guarantee to fit you before I will accept your money, and I will* leave you to be the sole judge of what you consider a correct fit. I am quite willing to take your order on the dis tinct understanding that unless you are perfectly satisfied it won't cost you a cent.