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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, December 16, 1921, Image 35

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One of 300 delightful
new blouses
? $5
over blouse and tieJiack models
THESE blouses make their initial
bow tomorrow, so look for every
thing that is new, namely:
Beaded crepe de chines .
Georgette and lace combinations
Crepe de chine with georgette
Charming canton crepes
Solid colors in black; street and pastel
shade;!, with vivid color combinations. Sizes
36 to 46.
Sketch for $5
Sale of "stout" blouses, $6.95
"One would think the world was full of slim women," complained a
stoat woman recently. "Why don't you have a sale for stout women?"
All right, here it is:
Georgette and crepe de chines; overblouse, tie-backs, surplice
tie-ons; a bit of everything smart this season.
Beaded and braided, machine or hand-embroidered, with and without
collars; round, square or V necks, three-quarter or long sleeves.
Navy, black, brown, taupe, flesh, bisque, mohawk and a few high
shades. Sizes 44'A to 36 %.
Mothers who would clothe their girls in
warm winter coats
?that are made
with due regard to
looks and wear;
such mothers will
do well to look at
these coats at
$0.95
'8
They are developed
of deep braided kerseys,
velours and heather
mixtures. They are lined
to give warmth. Some
to give warmtn. some 1
with deep convertible collars; others with collars of fur,
Brown, reindeer, taupe and copen. Sizes 8 to 12.
(Girls* shop, third floor.)
Clearing a maker's surplus
Little tots' coats
$10.95 coats
$12.50 coats
$15.00 coats
$g.95
Finest of wool coatings:
Silvertones Bolivia Kerseys and
Broadcloths, Velours Novelties
All the coats lined and warmly interlined
Dozens of models; belted and flare backs, and plain styles with
tailored backs. Convertible collars on. some, but?
Most of them with FUR collars
Brown, tan, reindeer, copen and sorrento blue. Sizes 2 to 6.
More of those fine
Beaver hats, $1.69
A rich furry beaver, soft as a kit
ten's ear, with the sheen of satin.
Black only, with silk grosgrain rib
bon streamers. For girls of 4 to 14.
(The Hecht Co., third floor.)
New serge dresses
?for the junior miss of
12 to 15?(two sketched).
$
?.95
Warm wool serge
dresses, developed in
graceful girlish lines.
The navy serge forms a
pleasing background for
the gay colored trimmings
or silk embroidery. Espe
cially smart dresses," we
think, for the holidays.
Navy serge only.
Two like sketch, $8.95
Boys' storm
shoes
Wet feet are the cause of
many colds?buy shoes
that will keep his feet dry
Boy Scout shoes, with elk uppers
Array shoes, with Munson last
Army shoes, high cut, Munson last
Storm shoes with buckles, waterproof......
Also girls' storm shoes, high
cut and with buckles
Situ SIms Bins
10 to 13H 1 to t ?H to >H
. S2.19 $2.45
. $4.00 $450 ' $5.00
. $4 JO $5.00 $5 JO
. $4.00 $5.00 $5.00
? Sizes 8y2 to 11, $3.00
Sizes lV/2 to 2, $3.50
Every Boy likes rubber boots
Briglit rubber boots, sizes
6 to ???????????????????t$2i69
Short dull rubber boots, sizes
10 to 2 ??????????????????>$2i89
Short dull rubber boots, sizes
3 to 6>?? r*t??
Storm King boots, sizes * 11
to 2* ????? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ??????? ?$3*9S
Storm King boots, sizes 3
to 6 ??? ????????*?????? ? ? ? *$OS
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Such lovely new coats!
Salt's peco plush
Behring and Baffin sea)
' in fur fabric coats
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Normandy, velour,
Panvelaine, etc., etc.
in cloth coats
Hie woman who can't afford the finest of
fur coats gets along nicely, thank you, in these
fur fabric reproductions.
Not only are they modeled after the finest
fur coats,, but many of them have
Real fur cuffs and collars
while others are smartly silk embroidered. All are
handsomely silk lined and hiade as carefully as the
richest of furs. 36, 40 and 43 inch leu?:!li.?.
The cloth coats
are developed of luxurious woolens; those soft deep
pile fabrics with the richness of velvet and the sheen
of silk. Many of these, too, are handsomely fur
trimmed. f
Black and leading colors.- Misses' sizes 16 to 20;
women's, 34 to 42; stout sizes, 44 to 50.
(The Hecht Co., second floor.)
If your BOY
\ -Is active, he
v.will like these
Sporting
Goods
Good to give him, too, for
they help to develop him physi
cally while* he is at play.
Foot balls, $230 to $10.
Foot ball pants, $1J9 to $830.
Headgear, $4.50 to $9.
Shoulder pads, $3.75 to $1330.
Basket balls, $530 to $16.
Basket ball pants, $2.75.
Sweaters, $5.95
Pull-over or coat style, in maroon.
navy and gray. Sizes 36 to 46.
Bicycles, $37.50
The Rover make, fully equipped
with Fisk tires, large handle bars,
spring seat and single or douhl?
cross-bar; coaster brake.
Megaphones, 45c to $4.
Whistles, 25c and 35c.
Punching bags, $530 to $8.
Boxing gloves, $5 to $16 a set.
(Sport (bop. main floor, ?outb annex.)
I
A sale of boys' clothes
-?such as any mother may be proud
to give her boy for Christmas.
don't believe in cherfp clothes at any |ime, and surely not at
Christmas. So this is not a sale based on low price, but high
quality. Incidentally, we are satisfied prices are unmatchably low
for these grades.
Boys' two-pants suits, $12.85
^LL-wool cheviots, tweeds and herringbones for dress?dress-up suits that will
stand the roughest kind of wear. r
Single and doable breasted styles, with
single, box or inverted pleats, including the
new plain flap jacket models.
Coats lined with best of alpaca, both pairs
af knickers also fall lined. Btawn, gray, olive
and heather mixtures. Ages 8 to 17.
Plaid-back overcoats, $14.85
for boys and youths of 10 to 18
IpHE maker models these coats from much the same materials and along the
same lines as dad's fine coat. Double>breasted coats, fall belted, with muff
and lower pockets. Satin v^fietlan yoke lined, brown and blue heather shades
and soft brown tones. _
Junior boys' overcoats, $8.85
Kinky chinchillas and sturay cheviots, in convertible collar or button-to-neck
style, with muff and flap pockets and all-around belt.
Most of these coats are lined with wool, flannel or plaids for double warmth. Ages
2% to 10.
FREE?V. S. army caps for boys
U. S. Army caps, the same as oor boys wore during the war, given away free to every
boy who comes accompanied by an adult. No purchase required.
Headquarters for play suits
(some of the many styles sketched)
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All Christmas boxed, ready for presentation
Indian chief outfits, $1.09
Big chief outfits, with all the trimmings,
as sketched. Sizes 4 to 14.
Finer grades, in khaki, with felt'and
bead trimmingi at $1.95, $2.45, $2.95, $3.95,
$4.95.
Boy Scout suits, $2.95
Military coat and breeches, haversack and*
legging. O.D. shade khaki, as sketched. Sites
4 to 14.
\
Cowboys' outfit, $1.95
Complete, as sketched, sizes 4 to 14.
Better grades, trimmed with genuine
leather and sheepskin, $2.95, $3.95, $5.93,
$7.95.
Policemen's suits, $2.95
Blue twill cloth, coat and long trousers,
baton and officers' badge. Sizes 4 to 12.
fBoj'h* shop, third floor.)
(Children's sbssi
.4.
A full-size cabinet
phonograph,
Imagine it?a full-size mahog
any cabinet;'mounted on casters
ready to roll out of the way for a
dance.
It has the same features as any other
high-class phonograph; note the grooved
shelves, as shown; a sturdy motor that
will play foiir records with one winding,
and it
Will play any RECORD
Guaranteed for one year
?with the same full guarantee that we
extend to our Sonora, Edison or Columbia
instruments.
$
1
sends it home,
then small monthly
payments, beginning
next year. .
Continuing the sale
New-as-December
Dresses
*15
New fashions below
the price of MARK-DOW NS
These dresses are new, New,. NEW!
They are not old stock MARKED DOWN for
clearance, nor a regrouping of broken as
sortments, but new dresses fresh from our
makers.
At $15 only, because our makers are winding up
their winter season before plunging into spring
work.
All new fashions
in these fine fabrics:
Cai ton crepes Kitten's ear satin Charmeuse
Crepe meteors Crepe-back satin Poiret twills
Crepe satins Tricotines
Colors are black, navy, brown and gray. Misses' sises'
16 to 20; women's, 34 to 42. STOUT sises 44 to 50.
PHOENIX
silk stockings
The most satisfying
silk hose known
* * *
jyjORE Phoenix silk stockings are sold than
any other one make, because Phoenix
satisfies that many more people
Nothing novel about Phoenix hoec; no fancy do
dads, just pure silk all thru; a deep-bodied substan
tial silk that gives the longest mileage in stockings
known.
Prices start at $1.10 and go to $2.55, but just now
interest centers in these:
Silk Hose, $1.45?Seamed back, mercerized garter tops and
feet. ,
Silk hose, $1.95?Full-fashioned, with mercerized tops,
black and brown.
Sport hose, $1.95?Silk and wool mixed; drop stitch style:
heather shades.
Silk hose, S?35?Richelieu ribbed. Black and brown.
(New lose* shop, first floor.)
Aprons, 95c
' put to new uses
for tcrtdies
Ye olde fofhioned carpenter used
to bave such an apron for his tools;
now Bess dom her drawing apron (as
illustrated) with its ruler and paper
and drawing pencils and is ready
lo let ber artistic talent roam. (Plenty
of pockets keep the material at home.)
I Other styles include
carpenter aprons, with tools
Humoresque
Jack and Jill
Fudge
Sister Sue
?the last four in
nursery scenes.
colors and
(Third floor.)
Kiddies* $2.50 to $3.50
wash suits $1-89
Made of fast color
?Peggy Cloths
?Devonshire^
beautified with touches of
smocking.
Numerous styles; two as sketched.
Thai big sale of men s
suits and overcoats
*2950
made to sell at $35 Co $50
You don't often get a chance at such clothes at
this price. Neither do we, which is why we took all
our makers had?-their entire surplus for (he win
ter season.
Sale etarted to.Iav with a rusk but with hundred*
. of suits and coats involved we'll bave plenty left
for several days.
And now that the first rush is over we can give
you better service tomorrow. Come in.
Brighten his Christmas
with one of these charming
Silk shirts $495
Buy him half a
dozen if you can af
ford it, for he will
enjoy every' shirt,
and the price shows
a decisive saving.
??Crepe de chines
?Broadcloths
?Jersey silks
Beautiful stripes in a
wide range of eheerv
colors. Also plain white.
Sizes 14 to 17.
You don't have to know anything
about shirts; just give him a
Manhattan
America's best shirt
He knows there is no finer shirt made than
Manhattan, hence he will appreciate the compli
ment you pay him in presenting the .world's best.
Here in volume and variety?$3.50 and $4.
Other gift suggestions
Silk Ties?sale at
Men's Bath Robes
Men's Smoking Jackets .
Six Van Heusen Collars.
Six Initial Handkerchiefs
$1.00
$4.95
$4.95
$3.00
85c
Arm Band and barter Sets.. 50c to" $1.00
Brush Wool Reefers , :$J!.00 to $4.00
- Silk Reefers . ..$2?0 to $12.50
He will appreciate a fine
silk umbrella, $4.95
A high-grade umbrella, silk from cover to case,
with choice of fine wood handle, straight or "Prince of
Wales handles, in many styles. i
Check her off your
Xmas list with these
Good gloves? a sale
Imported lambskins
Washable capes
All first quality
$1.19
The sale merits prompt at
tendance, for the price is mani
festly low.
The imported lambskins are chiefly
pique-stitched, in one and two clasp
stvles. Black, white, brown, tan and
gray. The washable capes arc in gray
only.
(New glorc shop, first floor.)
DOLLAR sale
Women's gift underwear
Including many lines that usually sell for
much more than $1.
?Madras
?Chambrays
hand embroidery
and
?iiea*
Petticoats, $1?black sateen;
? with deep accordion-plcated
\ ruffle. Elastic at watst.
Camisoles, $1 ?pink satin;
with lace yoke or lace in
- sertions, also embroidered
georgette yokp. Many
styles.
Boudoir caps, $1?pink satin
combined with net; prettily
ribbon trimmed.
Nightgowns, $1?pink batiste
with satin yokes or lace in
sertions. Also orchid or
blue batiste or .white lin
gerie cloth; hand-embroid
erOd.
Nightgowns, $1?extra sizes in
white lingerie; slip-over
style ,with short sleeves; (
fagotting stitched
Flannelette gowns, $1?extra
size gowns, with low neck
and short sleeves; pink and
blue striped.
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T
Flannelette gowns, $1?regu
lar sizes, with double-yoke
back and front Pink and
blue.striped.
Step-ins, $1 ? pink batiste,
edged with lace; elastic at
waist.
Bloomers, $1?pink crepe, with
bluebird and butterfly dt
sign; ruffle at knee, clastic
at waist.
Petticoats, $1?white sateen,
"with scalloped bottom;
double panel back and
front. Elastic at waist.
Kimonos, $1?rose, blue or
pink crepc; short kimono
sleeves.
Slip-over dresses, $t?lavender,
pink or blue checked ging
ham; rick-rack braid trim
med ; belted.
Bungalow aprons, $1?cham
bray and linene, in rose and
blue patterns; rick-rack
braid trimmed; belt all
? around.
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