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TKK 1VKWIW0 WORLD, WKDKRIDAY, ELTE ? i
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"The Amber Empress"
Has Musical Charm
IJV CIIAKLKS DARNTON
Helped Kvery Year by Com
mon Sense Suggestions Given
Frt. by Th. Lydla E. Pink
ham Medicine Co,
for forty year. mrn suffering from
ell kinds of female llli hav rn writ.
In the l.yill K, I'inkliAiii Medirlu Co.
ol l.yilll, Mtn., fur advica.
Tim I hey receive rniiimiin tens tug.
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in well ai older ones
about your reme
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Address I.vola E. I'inkhatn Medicine
Co. (confidential). Lynn. Man. Advt.
rOU Mtrr ran tHI what luustral Hunidr Itliy ha In tur far you, It
aa a r, t,.r , ,f its aeeiimt art-not Ilia first, ml rut feul f
ii rr 1 al the Olobe Theatre ll hlftil that a serenade
lourhed a responsive cboril. l'p la
Ihli lima lha aniMine eiopr had
tn1 Ilk Csik' Inurlsl wlln no
parlleular jmlnt In vlw
Tha serened Ibal upn4 Ih aonl
aol an Ilka a rafreahlnt draught
Murprlilbg aa It mar m, Oil uuiii.
bar bad inutlo In II, tfpfeadiiig win-,
to aay, It rvaa lo uni...id ,
helfhta, It work4 tha all that la
(II when uiiulo make ou fur gut 1
even musical comedy 1 am unly toy
gian lo iay tlilt trlujta to y.oal Mren
Uau, whuaa acora la otherwise urrlv
Hit pUaalng sort of thing ou img'tit
hoar In any hours of musical comedy
Tli a chime Ibal finally rllitf out mr
ly serve aa rmmnuer or ft inui.li
prattler number In "Itoliln Hood"
K you don't tntnd, I II maka tha UM
of thine I heard theni at tha
(Hob. Ineldantally, there waa a Itarp
11 who had a Mare txix all to herl(
nnd (dayed ao charmingly tb.tl 1 found
my ear aa well na my eo turnm
toward hr throughout the perform
ance. Only her dark boauty convinced
m that ahn waa not an amber em
preen In dl(Ulo. No matlar alia
kuowa tha harp to her (Inner tlal
Whatever turn the mualo took, thl
prlnrnai of tha harp Waved beautU
Until the aecnnd net Y.iw I'nren.
tenu'N nnulo la uonventlnnal. Thin
II takea on n air n( Ita own nnd wltia
. rraponilve noa hero and Ihure. On
ino other hand, the hook and lyrics,
by Mnrctia C. Connelly, aro nltoKthr
rominonidiic. In theni la lo lie found
the aort of humor thnt hue been
prddltd up nnd down llroadwny (or
yeura. Venice U rcplcaented from
thii nllurlnK point of view taken by
Amerlcuna who have, n, atronx hold
on thulr pooUnUioonit. Need mora bo
anldT You don't cure to know, I'm
euro, thnt American moving picture
folk aro trylnit lo get "color" out of
n acono tlint Hhnkeapcare did over
look In his time.
KvcrythltiR rlaa aatdo. "The Amber
Rmprea.i," bCRtnnlnK with thn second
act, lina munlcal charm. There la nlo
"comic rellor when Kmmn Jnnvler,
as a Now York exhibitor of million;
taken a hitch In the shoulder strnp.i
of her priceless evening j?own and
Indulge In expensive conversation.
Prank Lalor enn only stand by and
lend himself to tlme-trled remarks.
Meanwhile Donald Mardonnld and
outse Allen trust to their feet. Though
they could never hope to make a
photographer famous, they dance
with both humor and agility and
soore the popular hit of the piece
with their Chinese fox trot.
Mabel Wllber sings clearly, to say
the least, the motion picture ac
tresa who Is suorjosed to be Dure
(amber, and she la attractive enough
I to make her way Into the theatrical
supplements of the Sunday news
papers. By way of adding to the
t picture, a certain Miss Loralne fig
ures pleasingly, If not altogether
, lightly, aa a ballet dancer. Skimming
over the cast. I find myself, lament
ably, with nothing more to say.
Brklc M MB
Mr aaai oarmrnt niiui mar lalaraal
II kennarr Sl " SP .i" V
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WTVI 71 In Your Own Home
INvJVVl New, Easy Method
At Uit von . hv vr.nr .inirnt wliti. Illrlit In your own horns you can learn
to play your favorite musical Imtrumenl and bring Into your own life and the Uvea
of others endl- pleaur and happlnei through your muilc, Uy our new plan mora
than .OO.iJOO centlenien. Udli-9 and children In all parts of the world have learned to
Vlay ucv. ".fully an I ikllfully. Let u proe to you how easily and quickly you can
learn lo play any insirumeni n in juur own numc,
wllhnut a teacher, by our Now Improved Home Study Method,
and without paylni! a cent for Instruction. No "trick" music,
no "numlxiri," but notes such aa you have always een, yet
simple, wonJcrf'il and uirmilnslv ensv even foryoune children.
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Direction of Special Vatuo to Women wt'Ji Every Bom.
) So'.l jJ u.-uf j!m throughout tlio world. In Loses, 10c, 2Cc
Women's High-Cut Shoes
Extraordinary Sale at $3.85, $4.40
Tan cntf Uc
shoes, 11.40. Jlitch
rut pattern, Imita
tion wing tip, small
Black cnlt hut
ton .luci, $3.83.
High-cut plain totn.
Black or dark
gray k I d Uce
shoes, $3.83. Plain
toea, weltod soles
and curved heels:
made of soft kidakin;
All brand-new; all rniulc
according to this KcaKon'H
UtCHt Hhoc fiiKhionK.
In nil our biiBlnewi of doing the Indent
retail shoe buslnesB in tho world, wo have
not had better uhoo howb for our ciiHtoinorH.
Leather in going up. Workniannhip is koIiik
up. Shoes are going up. Hut thuae new
shoes nre hero for
Substantially Less than
Prevailing Regular Prices
They are fine rIick'k; faHhionahle, beau
tiful, splendidly good shoes iu every way.
The opportunity conns to our cti.s'oine-s
because of a great (rade deal irade months
and months ago; a bin special contract that
the manufacturer has kept to the letter.
There are all sizes, all widths. Each pah
has tho fashiorablo 8-inch tops; leather
Louis heels. To' nils and pictuc 'as shown
here may give you a more adequate idea of
tho opportunity this shoe event presents.
Plenty of Salespeople-plenty of room
quick and expert service 7 hursday.
Hlack klil lac
riianipart'o kid or
dark Ktay ix te
ll i,Ih Iratf'er tn;
mall er l allo ia
uriiuriil tin vamp,
Diirk tnn tact
With v,Mt ItMtlier
tOII!t, HT f0-H JlMl.
plnln toos, wittii
solos n n il hlh
cloth tops, t-er-fectly
vamps; high cut.
loco shoes, $3.85;
Whit buck finish
leather tops, plain
toea and welted
aolcs; high cut.
Black kid but
ton shoes, $3.83
With dark gray
tops and plain
toes; high cut.
White lent nor
Made with long
vamps, plain or per
forated around the
vamp. Widths B,
C, I) only.
&. 24 jfowk tin
Ninth, New York
Jn ) HI'' '10MI ! Utl Ml
DOWNTOWN SIXTH AVK. AT 1TH BT.
OITOWN ll'lt. ! WKST S4TII STItEirT,
What One Dollar Will Do
This Dollar Sale is a home furnishing occasion fur out of the ordinary.
No mutter what it is you need or will nccil (or your homo, you enn it now nt cither
store by paying One Dollar. Vm choose from furniture t lint Is mantifucturvd by rrcocnirril Itailrr. In the
furniture uuliHtry. iou don t find better furniture anyvthere. Compare ur price nitli tlio.e of any sti
you know nnd you will understand what tin store means v. hen It says you Al.UAYS K't tho best lor V
Dining Room Table and Six Chairs
This Is a most exceptional set at the price. CouilvU of 8-foot
Extension Tabl and Chairs In Fumed Oalt, upholstered with
cenuln llrown Spanish Leather ; slip seata. No more
flttina atari could ba made to furnish a Dlnlna Sf,50
Iloom than to get this sat at thl low aala price.
Brass Bed Outfit
Complete, with lied in all site, Sprlns
I .1 ,, -. V. . . . .
tln'sh, Ih triple lacquered, ha heavy Lin.
po.ts HtirlMtt N n""nr' t J JC
steeli Mnttres I
ooit Quality whl
Is rnada of M4''J
Nfc- ' II V II 1
I) V CMnese Chippendale u
n..autlfullv inlal.l and finished in either Mahosanv. American Walnut or Old Ivnry. Tho
on each piece aive thl mum a ion or rare uin
tops on Pres.er, Chltroroba anu Dressing Table. inu
American alnut or Old Ivnry. Tho t n yc
(Unction, as do nlsti Ih beveled edge "r I Cir''
a lied Is Mil M In. wld
t f Dtliwrtd for $ f
r First Foment
t.t Ml til t Stoltl
W W Library Suite . 13 J
Finished In Fumed Oak, this suite is especially built f ir Iohr, hard usage. I he
Tnh! has full lenutli 1ki1 i.ieks. Tha seits an l n ! Arm f or
Chair and Itoiknr am co'-r I .th briinn HMnlli I i leath- r f)
er, tho Kind that won't crack
OI'KN SATl ltDAV llVKNINnS.
S9lh lo COIIi Street S U.to3d Av. MSflS
A I lllamlailnlt'
Everything frcm Kindtr
garten to College
tifhonl iipenlna Is hut a few day
ff, and the children mutt le pro
Vldrd M it It such tblns as
UUhIIXi I'tnntl Tens
t-ltiift .SVAoof liiti (Viiyuaf
nnd the other lmirtnt reipil
sites. Larue nisoitliirnta of inrr
rlmndlse, iind ctnntetent clerk
V.I11) under itnnd the want (if sclvonl
cbllilren ore ready to furnish every,
r.jTlnotim Af. '
'At llodinlntj.liilf '
for School Children
Girls' Handkerchiefs, of Union
linen, In three different styles of
cords; also lultlnlrtt bniutkrr
chiefs, with while or colored
Initials; each, So
Girls' or Boya' Handkerchief a,
or pure linen; those for boys
have fancy satin merctrlied Ikjt
tier; also china silk handkerchiefs,
with colored borders; tach, c
Boya' or Glrla Handkerchiefs,
of pure linen; neatly Initialed;
boa of 6 for 9o
Worsted-Finish Sveeaters, with
shawl or Byron collar, patch
pockets; sites 28 to 34, In maroon,
pay, navy, brown or cardinal, C9e
Sweaters, of fine quality wor
sted; shawl collar and patch pock
ets; various colors, 9 80
Sweaters, of fine worsted
finish; straight weave; shawl col
lar and pockets; sixes 28 to 34,
in navy, maroon, gray or card
Misses' & Children's
Drawers of good quality mus
lin, finished with cluster tucks
nnd embroidery; sixes 2 to 12
Drswtrs of fine muslin or cum-
brie, finished with tucks and
embroidered rullie; sues a 10 in
Underaklrts of cambric with
niffle of hemstitched tucks; sires
2 to 14 years, 29c
Other skirts, 50c, 7c, $1.00
Cooklne Sets consisting of
Iftwn bib npron, cap and sleeves;
sixes 12 to 16 yenrs. 65c
Flannelet te Sktrta, plnln white
or pink-and-blue stries; slxta 4 to
14 years . 29c. 39c. We
Nature Shape Shoe's
for Boys and Girls
Children' i Shea 6 to 11
$1.69 to $3.48
Misses' Shea Utf to 2
SI. 98 to S3. 98
Large Girls' Sizes 2YX to 7
S2.48 to $4.98
Little Boys' Sizes 9 to 13M
$1.49 to $2.89
Large Boys' Sizes 1 to 5H
$1.69 to $3.98
Young Men's Sizes to 9
$3.00 to $5.50
These shoes, carefully built on
orthopaedic lusts, conform to the
nuturul shnie of the foot, giving
complete freedom nnd comfort
at the s-ime time furnishing the
Made of carefully selected
leathers, they nre comfortable,
dependable nnd economical.
For Girls Black glace kid,
guumrtul calf, tan Russia culf,
For Uoy i Sturdy black and
Second F loor
School opens next Monday. Between now and
then thousands of boys and girli will be outfitted
with new clothes nnd wc hnve prepared to meet
the demand in the best possible manner.
Comprehensive stocks carefully chosen and mod
erntcly priced present ample and economical selec
tions. BritiK the boys nnd oirle here for their outfits.
They will be satisfied with the stylesyou will appre
ciate the qualities and price a.
Boys' Clothing and Furnishing
New outfits now. The Hummer vacation haa liven the
youngsters n chnnco to wear out everythlnf they did not out
Rrow. New clothes for school they're here lots of them.
Extra Pant Suite, S3.9S
Sift T ! It year
400 of theni to start with. Fancy cheviots In correct shades and'
patterns for Fall. Splendidly made; trousers Ikied and seem taped
Better suits, Norfolk models, with extra pair of pants, tweeds or
cheviots, In gray or brown shades, sixes S to IB years, ST.flt to ItlJS.
Special -Suite, $2.95
5fis t fe IT years
200 of these suits, made of fancy cheviot material, 7 to 17 years.
Negligee Shirts, 79c
Starched or French cuffs, attached or detached collars, saasfaai or
percales, In a splendid assortment of patterns, Sixes 12 to 14 Meek, Cut
full and roomy; fast colors.
X. & E. Blouses In a thoroughly representative asaortaoessblef aim
and styles, 49c to S1.4I.
Negligee Shirts, SSc y
Starched or French cuffs, attached or detached collars, wtufe sdras, ,
blue chambray and striped or figured BrcaWe, sasea 11 to 14i neck. A
bit assortment; fast colors.
Hats and Cape, 49c ta MM
Vail style In hats and cape lor boys, frees ttVs tasjaTr and ready
school cap to the dress-up hat for Sunday wear. A big variety.
Fall Neckwear, 44c
Four-in-hands, Roman stripes, college stripes, fancy t plalcU aad
other novelty stripe effects. Large open-end style, full cut,
Fall Naakwaar, He
Four-in-hands, reversible French or open-ead styles, i plain colors
or stripes, featuring practically all the Fall shades.
' 'At ainHNf4al' 1 " 1
Girls' Tailored School and
Moderately priced tailored hats the hats of tlw moment
are here in aa comprehensive an assortment as can be found
in the city, and at prices much lower than you would expect
to pny for so much style and quality.
Sailors, drooping brim, mushrooms, tarns and cap tf facta.
In black, navy, royal, Copenhagen, pink, brown, red wine, old
ruse, coral, emerald and combination effects. Tailored with
the new narrow ribbons, metallic effects, appliques, gold aad
silver ideas, flowers, furs, etc.
Tailored Velvet Hats,
Tailored Velour Hats,
Tailored Velour Hate,
Tailored Velour Hats,
Tailored Velour Hats,
Tailored Velour Hats,
Tailored Felt Hats,
Tailored Felt Hats,,
Tailored Felt Hats.
Tailored Zibellne Flush Hats,
At flloemlnfiial' -
Girls' Dresses for School
Many Styles Moderately Prkmd
In selecting these dresses we have borne In mind the
needs of the public-school girl as well as those of private
Beginning with a simple gingham dress for "little red
school-house" wear to an elaborate graduating dress or party
frock, our assortment Is most interesting.
Serge Dresses, 12 New Style
$2.98, $3.98, $4.98 to $12.75
Blxea fl to 14 years. Materials are all wool, of quality that wears
satisfactorily. Trimmed tn newest effects. Colors are navy, brown
green, wine, also black.
Tub Dresses, 6 Styles at $1.49
Made of gingham, galatea, re p or chambray, in long sleeve effects,
trimmed with combinations of color. Sties 6 to 14 years.
Extra Special Tub Dresses, 98c
One of our particularly attractive numbers. Made of washable
ginghams, galateas and chambray, in many colors and late styles. Sites
6 to 14 years.
Girls' Shoe-Top Suits, $10.98
Good quality corduroy in navy blue or brown. Coat It In box effect;
flnrcd skirt. SU.cs 10 to 16 years.
Separate Skirts at $1.25
Dtack-and'Whlte checked nmteriul. Alto all-wool serge skirts in
plaited style at $2,88, Both styles are suitable for middy blouses.
Sateen Bloomers for Gymnasium, 98c
Also or all-ool serge In blue or black at $2.96 and $3.W.
Rainy Day Outfits, $1.98
Coat and cap of showerproof mutcrlal. Sixes 6 to 14 years.
. ALL CARS
BLOOMINGDALES' TT0 SJIi.