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W Tub Silk | ' “it pays to — ' d'&al at "* ' SIJSO “P. N.” Corsets $3 Sleevless Sweaters
52.95 I Os line-grade pink comil, with of fib,r „Hc (glos) and wool
Princess Slips, of fine Quality tab silk. I gfnarantetd boning, broad front steel „, h Mnh Jongs crest. 6 p Tfxl.lv :
Pi cot ruffle trimmed, hemstitched yoke. I crwrMTu .., _ “rur nrorkinAßi and four heavy hose supporters. Sizes Come in delightful colors of buff, white, u A u^ cs 1 UUd ; j;
Ps»acock, gray, tan, white, black and navy. 25 tO 33. gold, empire and apple green. Page 5 I;
1 /gpi*. The Challenge Sale’s Greatest Value Achievement! i
t ||| Women’s ,S2O, $22.50 and $25 Spring Suits 'j
/ /V\ Swagger Models for Street and Sports Wear— . 111
i 1 I All-Silk Crepe de Chine, Fancy f** Women’s $29.50 to $39.50
I\\\ \ Here are the S an offer to take •TO
( \v, \ \ . "ver liis balance of Tailored Suits remaining from the Spring sea- Jl
la 1 \ 1 son —and made the price temptingly low. To this great purchase we -
\ \ \ V ••' have added suits from our higher-priced lines to make this the great* v
I \ \ \ est Suit Sale from a value-giving standpoint we ever held. You be | (^ ISS?>!
\ \ \ \ \ the indge—we’re confident you’ll find the values greater than yon y s'
V\ \ \ ever dreamed of. | '
Think of it—high-class Suits made to retail at S2O, Sizes 16 I iWtk
L HVPI $22.50 and $25.00, for $9.75. UL - I
fi\i ! I *'l3 There is no offering we could provide for the Chal- 10 # _
h 111 Ykl '**r\ lenge Sale that will afford a woman better opportunity I Sizes 16 to 44 .
( 11 These beautiful garments embody . SuMgSk
1 li( a sa^e °* broken lots—but the choice selections of the season’s most *h e cream of the season s most di*-
. I 'I llapproved styles, fashioned of fabrics enjoying the greatest vogue. tinctive coat fashions. Women ac- 1
rr 7J n„; .rn .11 0 n , n .1 c . customed to buying only in the ex- \iHHHw I
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1I 1 1 1' J IflllUlHm IrafiNk /SQv — v? Velour Check Suits Handsome Mixtures to see the wonderful values in this B
I f MHKw/lnU t\ R-IWiS-to FtoeVelo.rS.il. “STjSVg’S^ Bj
1 1 J 't Ivi ° ll&Jp\\ V - French Serge Suits Novelty Plaids viduality, of Poiret Twill and Ins
1/ ttlllllMm Vußr K\ Smart Flannel Suits Fashionable Checks irons high-pile with fm-trim- HfjfV
jif ImV It HI InVUnWi \\ f / I \ \ mings; some with while fur collars. /li
I jjl IHIMiI™™ \\ I/ I \ \ Complete Range of Sizes for Misses and Women, Including 16 to 20 Embroidered and braided styles, in H|h
\l/ / / } and 36 to 44; also Extra Large Sizes, 42 V 2 t052 Yz tailored and dressy models; one- BH
/ /k,\ I AIU 111 iHSBhMi \\ Ml/ I k r jj ~,, button effect, with large flowing HBB
/ OBto / yiLtil nit mi 11 U / / isUits for tailored wear, for sports and dress occasions. Single and double k-n «Ip«m WBW
f [in It m Jt Ofd i HBv / breasted coats in straightline and box styles. Regulation, Peter Pan and Tux- c . , , w; fIBHB
111 || tW / I j / edo collars. Trimmings of bias folds, braid edging and embroidered designs, Straiglitlme and rapp) r ; oal '" Bjßßj
i|| || |f j j I Patch or slash pockets. Newest wrap-around skirts with pockets. Some fin- with raglan sleeves and Sport Coats
111 IIV n ished with narrow belts. with full sweeping lines. m
I the Models Jill j I | j Navy, Black, Gray, Tan, Pencil Stripes, in black and navy and beautiful Colors of Black, Navy, Tan and Mv\ * *
from Ml I i\\ #V I® _ , Ooldealwrg , » Seend Flme. 5- W'
Suits 111 IftviVM" * V rr Coats lined with all-silk Crqpe de Chine, Fancy Silks and Satin. ■ s .. e , ■_____ *
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jrrr Real $15.00 and $17.50 Values IS
j sls, 117.50 and S2O I ll
New Spring Coats
and 36 M BeautifuDy I
j a Real OuJienge to 52 mm Styled in Fine y jii
I ■ 200 of these lovely Silk Dressce we wish we had three times as many, because they out*
1 rival anything we’ve seen at the price this season. Can any woman forego the pleasure of v / // A
CT picking from new Spring and Summer models and the most beautiful silk materials, espe- A/a
i j/junii a m 8 Women who know the remarkable dress bargains this store gives will be on hand first // \ /' /
This is the climax of the season’s MSM i: ** ***”*** ‘-»* tofa ß» ** o “ ,done W ,he /PSSj//
coat sales —the greatest values we have I
offered at so low a price! Women who ® Fashioned of:
attend this sale tomorrow are going- to Canton Crepe Satin-Face Canton <or I I :
find Coats at $8.95 they never thought JVgj|g||| llllli Printed Georirette Pnckeretle h—^
possible to buy for so low a price. |H| MM . ' Crept- \H I
l Fashionable Berkshire Plaids and Other Beautiful Materials * 1/
Shadow Plaids, Gut Polaire :i| I
and Novelty Stnpes I There are dresses for every occasion—for informal wear, for summer afternoons, for sports and for
Straightline and swagger-back models, sJljjjlpT*** | As for the styles, they arc the loveliest imaginable. Long waisted and straightline models, with tuxedo. PgV,
with tailored or raglan sleeves. One and / &**£,•,. | round or V necks. Trimmings of ruffles, bias folds, pipings of contrasting shades and lace, trimmings of B&.
two button effect With long revers or new * U7T ■ J silk braid and fringe. Three-quarter and long sleeves.
crown collars. //(I JJ ft t H Colors of tan, gray, Lucille, powder blue, navy, black, brown, cocoa, rose, peach, etc. 7/ W* Sr ''~'~
All sizes 16 to 44, for misses and women. //U r&L=- ,\L ' I AU sizes including large cizcs up to 52. •
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THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHIKGTOK. D. C.. ~VU7' 18. 1924-PART 5.
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