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Thursday Surely Ought to Be a Busy Day at Kann’s
Here Are Reasons Aplenty—Yet This Isn’t Half of the Important Story!
Come to Kann’s a=============:
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assured lhat tlic iniormation given and iji |j j j fl 1
for Kami’s prides itself on having only i 4? SlB Bj
t thoroughly trained and experienced fur ■■ *rfT?P'i jpfr ByTSiSr
.. experts to serve their customers. And • |IF?P jWfv^
Nemolastik gweS r Mow" rißht ’ as i " dica,cd by thosc August Sale
Rubber 48-in. Hud«.n Seal Coats d»0 4 C fff O TT* 1 fS 1 WT ITX • a 1 11/T « 1
Reducing .Dyed Mu*™.) a. $245 5j High-Grade Wood-rmish Metal
n • 48-in. Skunk-Trimmed /i C?
§- 7 - SsSTT*B99.SO Beds Tomorrow at SIB.OO Ea.
oil“ "" L ° a ‘ P ' SP ' * $22.45 to $29.95 Values
“Nemolastik” I Dyed Coney) at $78.00 —Look ahead and anticipate your fall bedding - needs, for here's a sale you don't want to miss!
w ,, . j\m rx.L t Beds, mattresses and springs are offered at big, worth-while reductions. For instance, these
Rubber And Many beds at SIB.OO, which have straight or continuous posts, with cane or solid panels, and in a
Rpfhirimr ann»- econ oor. variety of finishes, including walnut and mahogany. Twin and double sizes. These are
iteaucmg worth from 522.45 to $29.95.
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ff ! i 4 O —Davenport Couch Beds, with mat- Q 1 (V QA -Four-poster Wood Beds, formerly $37.45 and
\\\\ \ff • /jj j jif ||l ’% tress and cretonne cover. \Sz/•Z/\J 547.45. These are in Walnut finish, "(JfcOCf HO
\\ y\ \ //*/ I i'll/, iff '■/ 1 —Square Post and Filler Beds, wood \ /JO tw * n size ’
\\ \ //’J / I 7 'h / V finish; twin and double sizes. tU —Folding Bed with Spring, twin size CfQ
\\\/// /I i I || \ —4 Double Brass Beds, formerly <£l rOO “d slightly scratched. •
\\Y/ // // l ! ill 7r \ $19.95. Sale price, eJpJLO.UU —Simmons Bed Outfit, including spring and mat
\Y7 // // I \// I, 1 / ft \ „ . , ~ tress, twin or double size white OAA
•V/ // ! { \i jI/J A —2 Englander Da-Beds double size; enamel bed. OiO.UU
7 /// J I \ 7 ' A .. / shghtlv scratched; mahogany head IC . ~, , x- , m , , _ . _
/ f f VL I W/rS/Tf iKayk and toot, ' WO.UU -!8 .ClWayer Felt M»ttr«s* s s.«s 3 teet, 3 sees 3
I fll{ J jji '/a/ r '/1 I inches and 3 feet 6 inches. $13.90 to O Q
I 1 * yJ j *mr —l2 Double White Enamel Beds, sale /\/\ $15.45 values. Sale price, vAU.Oi)
Sagless Bed Springs,
—ls Wood Cot Beds, folding style, for- guaranteed for 25 years. All sizes. (£*l Q
J\ cw merly $2.95. Sale price, V YmtJy Sale price, tpXO.OU
Prepare Your Figure for Soft Patent | as ■ll j%sss. o. " P 6 {{ all * >lO 00- P * ’ j I
the New Fall Styles Le^« e ' st P p m|,s! , T .
uO«OU Ml P* Cool and Comfortable Dresses
With “Nomnlnetilc”
TV 111 l i millUlUSlUt —Among the first of Fall shoe fashions fm *¥'l/ ~7~ “J« /■“ m
are these two models, with cut-out quar- • I • __ M W /
. ters and Cuban heel. A smart tailored ■ TP® m/I
—You can't expect your figure to be in trim for fall styles it bow gives the finishing touch. You’ll ■ ■ ■ V IV I I II ■■■■■ fl ■
you neglect to give it the support it needs during the summer Shcr'of 1 ' IflUl AiiiASjL”
months. ioned. All of which means they are the J
’ shoes you need for now and fall wear. * * “ 1 ,
—By wearing a Nemolastik brassiere, you not only provide Kann’s—Fourth Floor. Special Values
your figure with the proper style foundation, but you also WjT*- 1 / g/pfa
have a garment which reduces excess fat safely and quickly, v Bliy PH
—There’s nothing more cool and —Clever hook attachments on n c . n r» LaAj, 9 J#-
comfortable tlie summer back and front part, of the bra.- . Pure S.lk or Rayon ?F V 1 -.*** J
siere accomplish a never-shp-up r V w akv /✓!« }a
months than this light, pliable feature and hold the garment 59c nm mmr .. .- ■ 11 var
brassiere made of Nemolastik ma- no matter what position y \ \ )W**W —Every woman, whether she is at \VAsM Irfl
• i », j f you may assume. —We made a big purchase, and so we're \ home every dav or only one dav, 1
tenal. And for reduction of able to have a ‘’Second-Day” Sale of should have at least one or two of
flesh, this fabric has proven its -Wear the Nemolastik Brassiere sSUf Make Pure- theSC aP u° nS ’^ d there kre ? vc rea ’ ~-
character to hundreds of women and Nemolastik Curdle together Thread Silk, also Rayon Hose, with <$ W |fg fotSS' W sons uh >’- they are cool, com- vk
, XT . ~ and notice the remarkable change seamed backs, mercerized soles, heels /» lls&Sjil B sortable, attractive, appropriate to v N
who have worn the Nemolastik in your figure after the first few and toes. In gray, beige pelican nude /? filooS 11 wear on hurried errands to market M W
Reducing Girdle. brings. . f
—TAe brassiere fastens in the bock with sturdy hocks and Kami s—Street Floor. I j \ —Straightline styles, cut with ample I^l
eyes. Made in a pretty shade of peach and daintily finished ————— t / *tyft j p fullness for comfort. Made of fine \W |VI I
at top with silk edging. $5.75. Will Os RllffliniV I Manchester prints ■ and imported 1 ff '
Kann s—Second Floor, lllllllUlg gingham and trimmed with organdy f
Usunllv £1 00 \ard ruffle ‘ s * vestees, embroidered medal- *
—— — —i—■■■■! — 1 1 ■”■ | f/TI 71 / lions, patch and pouch pockets and
<* kQn Jl l \ LuJ I narrow sashes. Very special values Ai C \ \ \
t-J I at sl-95. And many colors for your""**'"' " V \ \ \
/ 1 O I ¥ 1% !W —These add prettiness to round and ms choosing.
Cool bummer Uresses —iVlauy
J white or ecru. _ .
Handmade-Reduced to G^S e jS arß Thursday Is Baby Day A $66.98 Favorite I
. . —These are new and quite an addition ' Gas Range for
H9B to neckwear fashions. To the collar is —lnfants’ Carriage Hats of —Children’s Creepers and
■ IM attached a wide panel that goes down Voile and Southern Bonnets, Rompers, in maize, amber,
H the front of one s frock. Made of nm- , , • , r . , , , £
m tation tucked net with narrow lace in bl ue. tomato and yellow. pink, violet gray and finished .. u. ’ . -
edges. Worth $1.25 to $2.95. Special, with stitching, 49c Zjtt M '
\J* J*. W Kann's _ T „ fan t s ’ White Socks -Children’s and t^TO.yO
X® Needful Toiletries SST ,ops ' worth
Formerly $9»90 to $12*95 MftLr lit” \ For Summertime Sleeveless Cotton —These ranges are nationally known as
/ IjT Shifts, sizes up to 2 years. 29c —Dainty little white dresses of good bakers and cookers. They are perfect
Dresses of every Style for August’s / / IVJI TlTi rooA[ eb SpecfjU, a 4 d fM ln every b values. Special, 19c fine nainsook with embroidery. in every detail and constructed so that they
„, ornl , 1o „ c ___ % r „ \ / 1 -Half-pound Can. Dainty Talcum Pow- —Children’s Khaki Bloomers, square yoke inset in skirt and give long service. Each range is equipped
warm arc IICIC anu at a IC- \J / der - s P ftClal * a can - *« with band at waist and but- trimmed with lace. Sizes 6 with a broiler and baking oven that is 16
nrire A varied range of ma- I U —Aubrey Sisters’Pace Powder, preferred ■ tons and rubber at knees. Sizes months tp 2 years. Special, inches wide. Also a Griswold high-frame
terials too in colors that make sum- specTaT y bolv rt WOnien ' Regularly --6 to 14 years. Special, SI.OO SI.OO waffle iron, castrifon ,fry pan. can-iron
tenals, too, in colors, tnat e _Rubber-lined Wash Cloth Ca.e, fitted ' Kann’s—Second Floor- griddle and a tite-top roaster. Sold on club
mer clothes SO dainty and cool look- t Vr4r hU I with wash cloth. l*e terms if desired.
ing. Besides many pretty handmade | s rlp^r ent whi & Npw Salpm Tords
and .hand-drawn voile dresses, and | ffrfTH AfWs. r , „ Kann’s-third Floor,
linens damtily embroidered, there are , UiL-u ICJC' c,..n„ „ s « fftWk\ For $3 DoWU
all-over embroidered voiles,, block > \/\ \Y\ sue of this w«n known cream for ■ g-.-,. . ...r
„ r- i* i « j VWW I .—3 25c Tubes Coirate’s Tooth Paste and |NHn/;l —and the balance in monthly payments. tatuttsuv"Psnrt
linens, wafne crepes, ll«nglish broad- A- \ f o r sc Cake Cashmere Bouquet Soap. AH Each tire carries a .10,00-mile guarantee . I , M • .
cloths and attractive Normandy voiles > \\- \ —<s Compacts, double and singrie sizes. P? f VI and the cost is $13.90 to $43.25 according I ■ 9 " ■ |. •■
, , ... V O I \ Worth from SI.OO to $1.50. Choice, 44c . - I [ —#3 f Q cj Z p . i
—Misses and women may share alike [j SfVrvim \ , Kann's —Street Floor. (
in these dresses, there being a good [ IMuJoaA \ f=" ■
range of sizes and also there are smart 1 1 ! - ‘ *; - iy. P”*' 1 ‘ "
styles, particularly in the Normandy |f ———
voile dresses for the woman of gen- TTT m. » m / D a T
erous proportions. Come early! SfcJS V B,Uy K/ \ ZZJn'
Kann’s-Second Floor. *’ ' ’ JX/TMIIe/JL *T
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON,. -D. -O. WEDNESDAY. A.UG-UST 6. 1924-
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