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The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, October 05, 1919, FINAL EDITION, Image 8

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r THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1919.
STORE HOURS: Open 9:15 A. M.; Che6P.M.
Melba Joy
Perfume
19c
Half Outice
With Tkki CrafM
Bly.
Melba Joy Per
fume, a delightfully
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The Most Extraordinary and Wonderful Dress Sale Ever Known!1
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Surpassing Any Previom Occasion
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Excellence.
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Mike History of Washington iteiaU
. ing No Approach to This
" Event Can Compare!
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L000 Beautiful New Fall Dresses
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Of Trwotine, Satin,
Serge, Wool Jersey,
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Important Feature
For the. FIRST flME in the history of Washington
Dress Sties we 'are able to annoaace in This Bret
ALL SIZES UP TO -50.
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--often complain that they never cget bargains.
Here Is Your Chance!
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Goldenberg's have never advertised a "Sale,, unless there were special and extraordinary values. And so you have, ruever xi
' disappointed at this store. Today's advertisement tells the story of a wonderful bargain a purchase of about ONE THOT- ,
- AND SILK AND GEORGETTE AND TRICOTINE AND SERGE DRESSES AT LESS THAN HALF PRICES, -' -
And They Are All the Very Latest in Both Styles and Effects. Choice New Models- v
Splendid Variety and Exceptional Charm Features. 1f
We secure'd from the makers all their samples and surplus stocks of Dresses at big price concessionsand etuming,!lSro
to our customers on the same favorable terms. ' ''"''"
All the styles are good and the colors are the most favored, including plenty of navy blue and black.'. . ' ; ; ' ." ;'f
All sizes in the lot from 16 to 50 AND PLENTY OF "STOUT" SIZES, too. This is 'the first time "stoikf sizfe&aivie fefift
been offered in a sale in Washington. ! l x?
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We Are So Enthusiastic Over This Announcement.
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It's the best and nicest and choicest lot of dresses ever offered at such a low price and with values up to $40.00 theyvvlf mtf
only a couple of days at $16.50. So please be early. "''.-!''.
A Wealth of Beautiful Styles and Materials to Select From:
Tricotine Dresses in Tailored, Embroidered and Chic Belted Styles.
Satin Dresses in heavily Embroidered effects; lace trimmed, pleated and com
bined with georgette crepe; silk fringe trimmings.
Georgette Crepe Dresses in smart hand-embroidered, trimmed and overskirt
styles.
Wool Jersey Dresses in straight line, plain tailored and trimmed ; rrioikfe.
Satin Messaline Dresses in "Stout" sizes, including tailored, pleate ancf
straight line effects. . k t -'
Mannish and French Serge Dresses in coatee, tailored, belted and embroi
dered models. J
You may judge of the wonderful values
when we state that some of these same
dresses have sold in our regular
stock at $30.00 and $35.00
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