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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1919.
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Better Goods for the Same Money or a; -7- the Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere"
MAIN BULBING- 1 ... . T-fXYX
School of Music
Iwsw lire New Being Formed -Register your
children todsv nr tomorrow
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Mecl Me g.1 the Fountain
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J . B. GREENHUT. Pre.
18 to 19 StrU
60 Stamps Free
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Foimk Floor of our MAIN RniKlnf.
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Hl'sla Mlamfa Ikcr, atry.
An Amazing Sale of Women's, Misses' and Juniors'
This Is the Most Important Page We Have Printed This
Year. If You Fail to Proit by It, You Lose
More Than We Do.
Somebody has suffered, of course, and suffered
heavily. You can't see January prices in October without
knowing that. But this time we can't give names and
details. Never mind how it happened let it suffice that
here is a collection of suits, dresses and coats, large and
varied enough to stock a good-sized store, which you
can buy now in October at prices that would look
reasonable after Christmas.
The extraordinary thing about It is that the collection
is so superbly comprehensive.
It covers practically everything in outer-wear for
women, misses and children, from the cheapest dress to
the most elaborate tailored suit. And we have helped this
along a great deal by putting several thousand dollars'
worth of our own regular-stock garments into this
The Values Quoted B2I010 Are Given Hmestly and Conservatively. They
Represent the Prices That You Would Actually Have to Pay, at
This Very Store, For the Same Garments If Sold Under
main mi LOIN a
Women's Tailored Suits $1 Q
Values up to $27.50, Tomorrow, at
fascinating new styles in dependable materials. Tiio?2 suits W2re mil: to sell at $27 53
and their careful tailoring, hs excellence of the materials an J thz novelty of tho mid: would justify
that price. But note rhis important paint:
Just as Important as the material a id cut of a tailored garment are the interior details which
are never seen. r,i skeleton of the coat, which gives it form, and a hundred little stitche; and
small points which .n.-an so much in the life and abearance o? a suit.
ALL THESE PARTICULARS HAVE RECEIVED TrIE MDiT CAREFUL ATTENTION
in th? suits la this assemblage The models are the smartest produced this tall, presenting all
the new points of Robespierre collars, belted backs, se;ni-N jrfoik effects, cutavay coatsnd
skirts. With the new fullness intrid aced, a , veil a t.ie ever p jojlar and conervitive plain-tailored
models. The materials are BR)o:LOr 1, ? I BE LINE, ENGLISH SUIT1N 35, v'ERY tflDE
wale diu:mls, s ia)-sri?i?dj CHivurs, qjeen s mourning, black-
AND-v7 HiTE MIXTURES, STRlPtli AW J NOVELTY WEMeS.
Most Reason ably Priced and in the Best of Styles Are Our
Women's Suits at $16.50, $19.50, $25, $29.50 and up to $93.50
CHARMEUSii, etc., in every possible combination, and at a
to MUSiy every woman.
TO MERELY SEE OUR DISPLAY IS TO MAKE A CHOICE IN OUR
READY-TO-WEAR STORE WITHOUT WANTING TO GO FURTHI R!
(MAI nfllhn. Tint Floor)
Women's Newest Coats $10 7K
Va'ues up to $22.75; Tomorrow, at JLLeW W
Beautiful Models for Street, Steamer and Auto Wear
A particularly choice collection which comprises a number of unusually fine double-faced cloth and beautiful
two-toned diagonal weave coats. Others of smart tweeds, handsome black broadcloth and the always practical
These coa's may be worn with collars buttoned high under the chin or laid flat; all the new turns of collar,
revers, cuffs and belr are to be found. Various lengths, from the new three-quarter to the always desirable full
length, are represented in this brilliant showing.
Women's Serviceable Raincoats $7 95
Va 'ues up to $14.75; Tomorrow, at few
These raincoats are of very fine fabrics in shades of tan, olive and Oxford ; some are of Priestley cloths. Silk
coats with rubber linings. In full, loose models, are also included in this sale, tomorrow, at $7.95.
As a Matter of Fast, the Values Throughout Our Entire Stock
of Women's Coats Are Amazing
itogto. $19 75 2 1.75, '29.75 "i" '100
At the lowest of these prices you have fine black broadcloth or wide-wale serg-a coats; thence progressing
through a variety of materials satin, Duchesa, velour de Laine satin, panne velvet, velour and other fashionable
materials. (main Buiidina. nmi piMf.i
Women's Dresses at . $k qc
Uetuured bj Every Fair Standard the Value Range to $9.75 )J t3
These fascinating dresses are made of heavy quality messaline, fine men's-wear serge, storm serge and two
toned Bedford cord. All the novelties used on demi-tailored frocks appear in these pretty creations : Robespierre
and flat collars, coat effect; long and five-eighth sleeves, trimmings of bengaline, braid, velvet, satin and fane v
buitons. Dainty little neck bows and many charming touches and details.
s Made to Retail Up to $25, Tomorrow, $ J 2 75
ebb t -i i
fascinating styios ot cnarmeuse, crepe meteor, superior messaline satine, fine all-wool men's-wear and French
serges, and serGes with pin-stripes. All of the "fancies" of the hour will be found among the great variety which
composes tW assemblage. Draped skirts and plain, simulated coats Eastern girdles Robespierre and Napoleon
collars, Dujch and high necks, cutaway coats, gathered backs and plaits iniroduced.
VELVET, BRAID, BENGALINE. SATIN, CONTRASTED COLORS. FANCY BUTTONS, SHADOW LACES
TULLE, FROGS and BRAID BINDINGS are some of the trimmings and touches which lend distinction to these
charming dresses and frocks. A truly remarkable offering of high-class garments at money-saving prices.
Lqually Bi& Values at $15, U9.50, $27.50, and up to $135
cablv charming effects in gowns of cnarmeuse and crepe meteor, ci.iffon, crepe de cl
populnr tnatei ii.l
(MUN ii. i. Pirn tmor.)
nine and other
Best $3.50 Skirts,
Specially Priced for Tomorrow, at
Handsome skirts or I'anama serge, mixtures, tweeds; plain and fancy models;
seven.1 styles for your selection; colors include navy and gray; also black; every
waist-band from 22 to 30 inches; lengths 36 to 41 inches.
$4.50 Skirts, I
wn sute frost ;
Tomorrow t at
Skirts ot Hue serg in prtttv
irolelt with pant) buck ar.J foM ..
trimmed with COtHblMtton buttons. Alio sklr.s
ol NvtHgortd Style ptncl hack and turn. braid,
bytton-iriiiirned. Sime in wti.xor-l Empir.
style fastened on bids front; ttil'-button-trim-niod.
Thu oolors Include t;ruy and navy; also black.
Vl'aist-bunds 22 to 3U; lencthi il to 42 loohtt.
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(MAIN Bull4ia, Firti Floor.)
Faaiiionable skir s every one new style.
Samples and overstock oi advance Pull n rdcls
ri.ru one of the beat makers In ih; eliy,
They arc madu of velvet, eerJrrfiy, t-nzlit.li
worsted, fine sergek, wtiipci rd, manftian n .vun.
und other fine fabric, in i.avy, gra
! lack. RuituUr aod extra sizes.
Misses' $12.75 Suits $
Three Models on Sale, Tomorrow, at
Made of serges, bouclc, broadcloth and cheviot; lin-
of guaranteed satin; coats an in the smart Enelish
cutaway model, with collar of contrasting broadcloth; others
more plainly tailored, or braid trimmed, black,
navy, brown and wine ; sizes 14 to 18 years; value
MIhmth' )16..r0 Sulla a group of , Mlsaea' and J union.' $12.76 Coat
several styles at this price in
plsln- or demi-tailored models,
in chovis, men'n-we.tr .serges,
mannish mixtures, boucle, lined
with soft yarn-dyed satin; navy,
brown, black, and brnwn-and-
gray mixtures; sizes $
14 to 18 years;at
MlMSfa' $19.75 Afternoon or Street
DrcMfH -in crepe meteor an.1
cliarmcuse; inarming little
dresses, introducing contrasting,
colored RobetOlefM co'lar and
re vers i lace aboi and IrtlUtrlm.
muO sleeves, riark, navy an
taune Mrcs. 14 10 lb h
;irN 4.ii school ( ou'.i pol
cloth, in navy, gray S
a i' ro a'l fl . .
( MAIN NuildiBa. f Ivm Four )
Bt II BIN G .
SggS G BEEN HUT
Throughout Every Department of Our GREEN
HIT Building During Our Great Sale of
Fall and Winter
t-or detaila of a tew of tomorrow'. apecial sale, in thia annual
event, please see our advertisement in today' livening Globe),
cheviots, zib. line and mix
tures; belted or semi-fitted
mo I. is. all artruettvely trimmed
with velvet Inlnv on collar and
revers. A durable garment for
general wear. Navy, Copen
hagen, brown, tan, gray, and
tures; size 14 to 18 $Q ClK.
MInW II9.SO and $21.50 Sulla- -seven
new and disdnct models
In this collection; fashioned of
plain and wldu-walu chevime;
beautifully lined with lusrrous
satins, models witn Kobeapl.rre
colli'!, and VOttinil ol vtlvjt,
otlicrri norexonsorvatWfl m style ,
S'tiartly modelled .kin:., iatfQ
duci i tlie newest linos; nnvy,
taupe, brOWB, CoMudagM nd
hlu.k; Mies 14 to 1 A iff ff
years, at lO.OU
MiW II1.TI Street I .. .
In corduroys, serRes and mes
saline; several smart models to
aelect from, all embracing the
neweat stylo cnncdle ehown this
seavm; navy, black, brown ami
taupe; siici 14 to 18 So
tiirK 7,U Pluln-1 i.liored and
l)re h Cuats -of cheviot and a.i
tftkhaa; lined throughout with
warn, checked iining; velvet
collar; collar adjrstaMe to be
worn buttoned lii ;h or with
revets, sues 6 to 18 years,
m i ii hi run iv
PULL WEIGHTS AND PULL
M E ASU R ES are welt-knovfet-urea
In our Mammoth Grocer.
Mail end telephone ordera BlUd
If you cannot come to the
store, write, or telephone Chelsea
FREE COOKING SCHOOL
Two noted atoerta P,fl
Jerome and Elitabcth Von
Raabe Duatin- give tree lec
tures and dflmnntlrillnnt
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