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The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, October 05, 1919, FINAL EDITION, Image 4

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;f sttrw and gold cloth, Hack and white satin and buck are
. shown. Saiin -in. Vogue this season, and many women will wear
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sfeown at $8, $1, $12 and intermediate and slightly higher prices.
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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. Hie jfatantaateenfg
popularity with which' this section has met speaks vekunes fe-r
the merchandise it carrieiT $5 te $12.' v
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color, so have brown and tan boots, in all the shade variations
and combinations been given first consideration in our collections.
But gray patent, black 002c, buck anddull kid, solid or in Com
bination, are also in demand. Costume Boots in striking variety,
at $S, $10, $12 to $17.50; lace and button tops.
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moire, felt, velours, broadcloth and kersey. Moderately prided v
at SI. 69 to $5 the pair. Rhinestone, cut steel and French bead -
buckles are also greatly in demand for evening . wear. Them
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tive of line, but substantial withal. Welted boots, with solid
leather heels arc best. Dull black, glazed black, brown and tan
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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
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things for fall. For cvery-day wear, hosiery that will give good
service. For drese, the proper match for the footwear. For
evening wear, the proper harmonization, both as to design and
coloring, Nrith the gown. AwJ, for whatever purpose, motksrate
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stvles of Women's Boots, Pumps ami Oxfords at $8.50- The see-.,
ond is the line of "Special" "GRO-NUPS' School Shoes for -beys
and girls at $5. Be sure to see these lines, for they are the sea
son's greatest "treat" in extra value-giving, and reflect remark- .
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