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\ Fashion Events Starting Monday at I AMSBURGH & Brd. ■nfi to Bth to E—FAMOUS FOR QUALITY SINCE 1860—Franklin 7400 Hundreds of New Summery Dresses Colored 6 Laces’ Printed Silks, Flowered Long Sleeves, Quaint Puff Sleeves, Sleeveless, * Chiffons, Georgettes, Polka Dots, Radiums Sizes for Misses, Women—Also Extra Sizes . styles for • There are sls dresses —and dresses that occasionally sell at sls. dancing the" simplicity of street and bu siness styles and the graceful informality These new and charming styles belong most emphatically to the lat- of a f te r r n oon modes—every aspect of the vogue is here! ter group. They sell at $15 —onlv because of a very fortunate pur- , j . ... ... . chase, and very careful marking. Rich in color, for they are the climax Maize, jade, tan, powder blue, red, gra), rose, tangerine, ore i ,na\\ an iac ' of a season that has emphasized color for all occasions. second floor, lanbblrgh a bro. are a few of the colors. Mme. X I /Th Reduction You’ve Waited for—Summer Shoe I | A g-gm v Originally SIO.OO, $12.50 OKS&tf fam, nlul #ls.oo—Choice $8.50 YiL a designers have put No cheerier place n the store than our Milli- —1 II I The First—A tailored slipper of patent, I Tj ; h r e ovTr P on \V& <*• j nery section-and surely there will be no busier Madame X Girdle. \ a'N. .X Q) / place tomorrow, when such exquisite hats are bow. Cuban heel. $8.50. I V Very Often women \ ' f\ / offered at such a low price! You'll come, but ■r^t / k i d h c« S S^er\tT„»e" ec Wi f .h W sip! /'A f mode»m e Xnf\/ X)/ Season's Smartest Styles to Wear Now “i .. / \ with the immediate ' w' * white kid with junior Spanish heel. / J ) change in their '- • - The season for these Hats has just the top For afternoon ISfB/ silhouettes ' ,#/ \ ifflXl \ started—youll get an entire Summer’s The Fotmh-An afternoon slipper of i Come in and be \ '?Jb\ . ifr service from any model you choose — black satin with one broad strap and rnrrprflv fitted in ilWAir \ il and when you see the fashion rightness covered Cuban heel Trimmed with one of these norm >Cj*lb7 X an <l the fine materials you’ll scarcely guimpc stitching. $8.50. one ot tnese p°pu- \ / ; more than likely strf.et floor, lansbcrc.h a bro to reduce only the $ A A thistle, orange, "navy and other desirable ' excess fat so that v IT \ \ J \s shades. Sports hats—street hats—dress , excess idt, SO tnat r fi ,f >-» * hats—for misses for women, for matrons. UCu 2 3- J many women wear f 1 Q’n' Types so different as to make the collection V. //\\ y them to keep thin. Priced from [( \©' truly extraordinary. $7.85 to $12.8.5. >\ \\ \ second floor, laxsbcbgh a bbo. / Corset Shop, Second Floor. » May Sale 2,000 Dainty Voile Undergarments BH Gowns, Envelope Made of a Fine ! Chemise and Step-ins Ul Grade of Voile—in —Unsurpassed in Wi | a Rainbow of Lovely ■ Value-Giving at This Pastel Sluides —Lace j Absurdly Low Price Mr and Embroidery 19 Attractive Styles Trimmed i The Nightgowns compose the first group, and The Envelope Chemise are the best-liked strap J ; a delightful assortment of styles they are! Strap models, with clever trimming touches of lace medal- A .. t N 'Ja and square neck models, with trimmings of val lace, lions, lace inserts and edges, and fagotting. A be- VfAVfL ~T dainty shirring, fagotting and pastel ribbons. witching collection of styles. kj /X\ / fjX& A Beautifully made garments, cut long and full. V al and filet laces.' A variety of styles and colors. (f ( J n^ Z h S ’ ran^e P colors Regular and extra sizes, assorted lengths. A won- y Nainsook and Sateen Princess Slips—ln the Wanted Light G®' *’ and Dark Colors—Added to This Great Sale! All sizes, 89c THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON. D. C.. MAY 17, 1925-PART 1.