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V4 ; We trust you will 'faoh6&ti$'iy your Vprselfce"" fhfe week.- '"w '" "' - - - , i.-Vi l:V .-.... yr?i on??a MV- - . .. ilifeW?: "., ' Evening Slippers and Street Pumps, of course, are first con sideration in this rroupinr. Plain or Tfitte-pattems in tailored pumps of dull or patent leather, ;f sttrw and gold cloth, Hack and white satin and buck are . shown. Saiin -in. Vogue this season, and many women will wear .Mack satin boots in preference to slippers. Formal footwear is sfeown at $8, $1, $12 and intermediate and slightly higher prices. " nM-iM,Bnw. ' Bf'VI VBBsMn r r ' Mi uTHelCBMBh-a ; T V '. tfTS? -h- C"! r Kr himhrllfhnrs .W W' r- BBBi li i " Bil r " rshMHMBBi r itee .. Tins Xew Department is de-" vbtedrto'the particular footmreCf needs of-'lfie High School, Sfewi-r nary and College Miss. In ij; arc featured, boots for general service, dress boots and party, slippers. And in every iastanec. v the design is a lively up-to-the-minute style. 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Them arcr shown in many beautiful designs. tree ( Footwear for street' wear, for shopping tours, ajid for all gen eral purposes should be distinc tive of line, but substantial withal. Welted boots, with solid leather heels arc best. Dull black, glazed black, brown and tan are the proper, shades. Lace and button styles are shown, with lace leading Jft preference. Louis, Cuban and military heels ai'c sHoyw, the military type being the most practical. $7, $7.S0, &M, $lf, $12. (imPTS V 99 UpcT ' Too much stress cannot be placed on the importance of "this children's, part of-1 the "HAHN" stores. The "GR0-NUPSu motto has always been: Only the BEST is Good Enough for.Growing Feet.'' "qRO-NUPS" states represent the best quality, best made, best wearing, beet fitting shoes possible to obtain for girls and boys. And the greatest values! $3 to $8.S. t ' j Wiockin jAP f-. iff This well-stocked section plays an important part, and a highly- .vaiuea one. m tlic scheme of things for fall. 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