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Washington Post, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1913, Washington, District Of Columbia pp V THE" WASHINGTON POST: SUNDAY. JULY 2O, 1913. STORE A. M. TO 5 P. M. DAILY. FOUNDED IN 1860. All Parasols Re- duced The knife has been used unspar- ingly in the cut- ting of parasol prices. It is your opportunity to se- cure a good para- sol at a very low price. Beautiful novel- ty effects, with covers of taffeta or pongee silk, irr plain or fancy ef- fects also white embroidered lin- ens. Kinds worth, up to at inds wort] J.50, at inds wort! 1.50, at inds wort! >.50, at Kinds worth up to at 1 Kinds worth up to at Kinds worth up to at Main Floor sol Section. Para- The picture shows what the builders are doing to must be Monday greater price sacrifices are scheduled in our big REMODELING SALE The Remodeling Sale triumphantly enters Monday on its sixth week of unrivaled success. Contrary to the traditions of sale events, this one has grown as it has progressed. Everything is keyed up for another record-breaking day Monday. Extraordinary values have been not miss a line that ,11 Hi ,.f 'I Wash Suits at 79C Th." Good h't alue. al! j a but a-i> foi i I'- to let to M at TO. Made f wmt "n en or MT v-1 c i st in ?a H ami -o to 10 yea Perfect 'P v S suit that boy win lo iK his beet in Third Section MH r K'oor, Bargain Tabh 3 EX MADRAS, 1 a Yard offer YARD-WIDK ShirtiriR n striped deblffns In narrow, 1 eff in. 21 in 23 m 26 in 2.3 in 23 in. 2.9 in. 23 in 26 m. 23 in. Open 45 in. 33 in. 37 in. 41 in. 37 in. 37 in. 45 in. 37 in. 45 in, 37 in. Now 24o. 24c. 26c. 28c. 30c. 31c. 36c. 34o. 38c. 38o. SHERWOOD METAL SCREENS 30e. JS m 24 in 24 in 3d in Walnut finish Door Com plot 25 NattiraJ-Hnisli Com 4.K- OS, 22 in. 22 in. 24 in 24 in 26 in 33 in. 33 in. 37 in. 37 in. 43 in 24c. 31c. 36c. 40c. 47c. Door 79c Porch -Mats Thir-l loor 4c 50 Natural-finish Door Com- 11 OS first I natural Quahlv Screen n i
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