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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, April 02, 1924, Image 28

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I Great Carnival of Easter Apparel S
H The value of our Cash-buying and Cash-selling policy is eloquently demonstrated in this enormous SUm
♦♦ fc ji assemblage of wonderfully popular styles—marked at most unusual prices. We invite your inspection
♦♦ Zht Economy Comer —and urge your comparison—and you’ll realize as never before what is your advantage at Sigmund’s Mjc Economy Comer
♦♦ 1 3tK«ndHSts N.VU ! J ° Ztk end H St*. tVU ♦
♦♦ .■..-jaa' . - i a=L over stores that sell on credit. Small deposit will reserve any selection. ♦♦
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♦♦ C ' ' m m 1 _ Is! We extend a special invitation to those who are not dTf • Xt
♦♦ B V*familiar with the facilities and the customs which control «.«#■ «* V*S #« ♦♦
kJ I Jl. i I H m, Hlffe3 M " this store—that you may see what high-type of merchandise *]| ill gm W i i 1 " %k R « |g | & v
2 we carry—and what a difference in our prices—to the end L/IIIC4I IvtJi hj U1 !»*?
« X-*. In the Favored Models- , I ;■ you will appreciate what abundant advantages await you in - | , , «
♦♦ L jrfL this seventh Street Store. i J ♦♦
:: Flare I f - Wk Beaded g
8 ; Straightline j -1 - —-—-r - - " JY Braided : H
i n I **, Newest gjk I
XX jS LiOOSC-back 'j • iL, Ml In Poiret Twills—Tan, Gray, Navy,' Jj
It HI! Mfj WA • W mmfSSf Black and Hairlines—modelled in Boyish— Xt
H Hlf \m ... - ,ae -«e J i I Iv*OCeOC MM Lon'g-line-Box Styles. «
U jfcjy dS \ \% l A big assortment featured in the '' : I WW BnHB Xt
H % “Carnival” at iBB mJ 1 VOOVO JDH
I |lf ' ; ii a *7*% Ik s®' : "ssai= £>: 0 iIA I
i Is* .U 4ID Tl .HI ■ f 10. A 0 i
XX ki V— i ° »■ y - M clingy Crepes—and the sportive ♦♦
tt ■' Smart models—in smartly patterned in °lea*!wl lw jw Ho They are masterpieces of design and make. ♦♦
S ! ’ Cray p Uid and Stripe Es- I* gSfi n J|liß ™ The Uoes of high-type fashioning have been faith
tt E tosh feels. Made with everv evidence of f rancy snaoes or ragn coioruigs, , „ , „ , f , .f , _ . . **
XX I skilled craftsmanship-and appealing |! lf;i|iSl the always delightful staples— BIB: fully foUowed—and every detail of finish stamps ♦♦
♦♦ ' V with their great value brought lo you at - i 1 31111 a host of wonderful com- them as superior in material and workmanship.
♦♦ k At this minimized price. binations - effectively embel- WW) . , Q f c . ,
♦♦ M Included are the jauntUy modelled! V Included are many Sports Suits—in the smart ♦♦
XX Jacquettes—fur-trimmed. |j 1 Dresses for Street, Sports and Sports Weaves.
♦♦ second pioor * Afternoon wear—for Women second Floor. ♦♦
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| : P° ire t CMts —. Highest Type Poiret Suits & Coats „ |
H Brytonia Capes— (t t /Tk 7C ll S : \! j 1 I [ Made up in the excellent quality of 7C * '
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♦♦ Second Floor : m/ price for exceptional values. second pi onr ♦♦
♦♦ » Second rl °° r ♦♦
tt This store is famous for stout sizes, tt
♦♦ of which we are displaying many grades of Coats An elaborate display of extra size Dresses—sl9.7s up Sigmund’s is famous for extra size Suits. ♦♦
♦♦ • - Second Floor. ♦ - - tt
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H Velvatone Sports Coats The Modish Light Furs Clever Sports Skirts H
tt Os course, these are the real Velvatones—in Tan, Gray and <t» nr * Thibetines, in all the shades to match hose or costume— C*no i ~ , . . . a no ♦♦
♦♦ . JIJ «?|U./0 which is the fad of the season. P / .VO Handsome new Plaids and Plain weaves-m box and J <.llO ♦♦
S Camel-ha.r color-eflfectively modeled; never offered before 1 J/== . Also Squirrel Chokers = knife plaiting-and the popular wrap-around models
♦♦ j j Second Floor Second Floor Second Floor \ ♦♦
♦♦ '- 1 ~ ~ ' - - - ' ■■- rZ=Zl '- ♦♦
I ’ , offering choice^ of Maher’s Samples | [Tempting Sale of Women’s Shoes ) i
I omart 1 rimmed Hats ; i I
>■> fine Milan Hemp and Coburgh Straws^ —trimmed with flowers’ mM
5 j It’s a most tempting of high- H
tt grade Samples from one of the leading de- QM 11 il Wj ||
♦♦ s * gners —* n Qualiti® B that multiply the price. V fSSSSSSmI H
Xt a i/ art ma k'ng a large display of these fashionable Low Shoes—which we are featuring in the Carnival Sale at this ridiculously tt
♦♦ I iMii lltlPtT'i low price. Bought under special conditions—being" factory' cancellations, overflow surplus, samples and factory rejects. Hut thev are ♦♦
H Hats for press—tor Sports and Tailored Hats ttISSSZay Suede Airedale Suede So, i„ Patent Leather H
Xt CT —*n exquisite colorings and distinctive shapes , Dull Kid and Combinations %
-»♦ Third Floor. j Cross-Strap. Front-Strap, Cut-out and Slashed effects—with Turn, McKay and Welt Soles—with plenty of the flat beets. -®o
♦♦ • I All sizes in the collection—but not in everv stvle. street Floor
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I "Carnival Q » A Timely Sale of Remarkable |
i jt 5 s*” opnng i. dmmk y au ::::. i
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fj A remarkable assortment of new styles n/ A [ V W S m Xt S tt
XX in the wanted materiads—of the grade used '
II • m I*l I fsf«) I M MHb \ ■ Designed appropriately for Easter and Confirmation ||
tt ! "liiMßE' Ewi \ /ru iSul /Mm HUP '\ \ services. Processions and other Church festivals.
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8j j Vr^’Xpis anJ Pl * m Btack"* biggest values our Juvenile Department lias ever J}
H EnTP ' :!,?e Chemii ' Crepe Bloomers Jacquettes ife. -but' |j
n r *U°"l OO c t ”” - |V. T/% S'S 4Q C MJ! iiliJjltA B easily freshened with the iron. «
fnu 10J iL£? AAc «tSTlae. only. AU purchases of these C|q AC ®V”nt ”•»rl and iPB SIZCS 2tO 6 7to 14 years. %X
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tt to the Bargain final J Bahrain In the Bargain Third Floor tt
♦♦ BM«msot Ba»«nent In the Bargain Basement Basement Basement | j 1 111 ♦♦
THK EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, D. 0., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1024.

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