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Boston Post (Newspaper) - August 23, 1922, Boston, Massachusetts 2 v styles even 4-pc Gok suits menus suits Young menus High school suits first Long trouser suits double Bresters single Bresters one Button two Button. Three Button 3-piece kinds Blue Serges Pencil stripes Cassimeris mixtures hard and unfinished worsted Cheviot Rich tweeds herringbone colors Blue Brown Greys greens mixtures stripes checks 101 different patterns overcoats big warm heavy Long overcoats Ulster or Ulster ettes mixtures full lined because last year Boston Post wednesday August 23, 1922 buy now for fall and Winter you la never get a better Chance to save even at end of next season i automatic bargain basement 3124 Good overcoats sizes to fit most any Man up to size 46 suits thursday at 9�? could you buy them at the end of next season for Odd lots from 12 makers some 1 or. Old famous Brand 28 styles and 101 patterns sizes to 46 in lot about the durable Cassimeris worsted. Suits Serges tweeds Cheviot in fact nearly every Type of suit and material that you Ever heard of conservative suits sport or sport effect suits business suits for dress. Suits that you la want to buy More than one of sizes 30 to 46 in lot. 3-piece, year a round suits. About the Ltd Ood heavy overcoats but a t c old Plain or Belt x s de backs Ulster and Ulster cites Coats that ordinarily wholesale for Many dollars More than this Price Coats so Good that even with thermometer hovering around 100 in the Shade we should sell them All before night. Sizes 33 to 48 in lot. It totals savings if you watch Price tags. Night. For example thes thurs Day if they do not sell at the end vill be automatically reduced to $8 15, automatically reduced .5 to $5.50, if Clay Bept. 23, automatically reduced u end of 30 Selling Days they Are Given to but Treyve to Good they under the automatic plan we lose if first e men s suits or overcoats that go on Sale of f 2 Selling Days saturday sept. 9tli, they 25, after 18 Selling Days saturday sept. They do not sell in 24 Selling Days Satur to 82.75. If they still remain unsold at the o Charity. A hould All be Lold by night hundreds of other bargain Lou Longs stouts shorts or regular size suits at $11 As usual the unusual thursday doors open thursday at 9 a. M. Please keep to right largest number of menus suits and Coats Ever on Sale at one time in Filener a basement greatly enlarged seeing space largest number of salespeople to serve you even big boys first Long Pant suits for school opening at $11 Filene warranted of course ask Lodge to declare self Walker Calls for views on Bonus and dry Law in an open letter sent to senator lode at Nahant last night. Joseph Walker called on or. to Tell the i people of the state whee he 5?t.and8 on the soldiers Bonus and on the of modifying the volstead act to permit the Sale of Light wines and Beers. Or. Walker s letter follows Quot dear or. Lodge i see by the newspapers that Vou have returned to Massachusetts and intend to speak frequently until the primaries on september 12th. In issues in the primary contest for the Republican nomination for United states senator i respectfully ask you the following questions change in the Constitution of the United states As wines Quot intend to vote for the Bonus Bill now pending in the United of Quot a k a a by Congress and vetoed by the president do you his veto to answer frankly and fully any and All questions you May ask me. 1 ask these questions because i be Neve that it is the duty of a candidate for Public office to state his position on All important issues directly involved to the end that voters May vote intelligently. Quot sincerely yours a signed Joseph Walker Man of 72 catches i alleged pickpocket Alexander of Weymouth despite startled by Tanders at i Fields Corner with a j successful Chase after James Connolly a much younger Man Tocki allx Inz a pocket. Connolly entered a plea of not guilty in the Dorchester court yester week Quot was continued for a through several streets and into a ack Yards the Chase led with half a Hundred people following the running Aan. A four foot Fence proved to be no Barrier to the fleeing Man and i Alexander dose behind made the jump i with the rest of the pursuers. Patrol i Man John Coughlan of the pm oils Corner police joined in the Chase and placed the Man under arrest. Appoints receiver of Malone druggists Federal Jinjue Morton yesterday appointed Ceorge a. Streeter of this City to 1 0 receiver of Crosby Colllns. Alp Den . Lie pave a Bond f s2.ioo. The drug corporation a i Centy petitioned into bankruptcy a i three creditors. Two filled when train hits Oil truck Dit Ron. Aug. 22.�? i to persons sustained injuries that their deaths and not her was probably feta la injured this afternoon when the North bound Poledo Detroit flyer on the Michigan Central Railroad struck a motor truck loaded with turpentine and , at the Dixie Highway Orns slip just outside the Village of Rockwood. 2t Miles South of Here. Both locomotive and truck Hurst into flames immediately after the crash direct from. Our own v factory t right to you Advance f a i styles made of Choice skins i Hudson a coils. Rare flies >1 ask,-rut.s,a Ciul Ricl i heavers persian Lamb Mamie to leopards. Northern Seal with crush collars and Man Darisi sleeve of feets at Good tallies. A limited Mii her of Pur Coats special for this August Sale at 85 illustrated with Genu ? 5ne Squirrel Rollar and Cults. August sate Price Rouill Deposit holds co t free storage until want i. 95 Boston Gisnor .453 Washington St. Ready thursday bargains 3222 401 601 2161 302 501 510 women s under muslims 39c Percale apron dresses 39c menus athletic Union suits 39c women a children a boys or girls Union suits 39c prs. Women a bathing shoes 39c sizes 3, 4, 5 infants Bassinette double blankets 39c women a organdy sleeveless Gimpes 39c infants soft a Ole shoes for 39c prs. Infants stockings 2nds, 3 or. For 39c children a dresses 2 to 6 yrs., 39c observant economists a j a i a a Penny saved a Penny earned observe signs and Price tags when they Walik through Filener a basement and economize on hundreds of lots not advertised. First prices must he Low or we lose % after 12 Selling Days % after 18 Selling Days i after 24 Selling Days goods Given away to charitable institutions after 30 Selling Days. Hundreds of other lots no mail orders lot tie Post flt flow you on your vacation its the Best source of information on the interesting affairs of the world. Make sure of your Post by sending your subscription to the Boston Post circulation dept Boston 4mass. Subset Aion rates by Mau of ill Sunn or 2 wooko.2s to i Mouth. .80 45 3 Montig 8 months Doug Suada 1.28 1.00 2.80 2.00 postal District of cant extra Par copy. Daily and sunday is charged for postage

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