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into the Sra
o?a l^ew Silk^
for every garment maker and
every dealer in FABRICS
Now ?the sale of the master product of the greatest
silk makers of America?a cloth born of Patriotism and
the American Spirit, released for the American people
by the signing of the Armistice?a cloth so pure, so
rich in texture, so charmingly individual, so chic in its
attainment of a new fabric-quality ? United States
Government Cartridge Gloth !
It is the all-silk cloth, yet unlike any silk as we knosv
it. It is the cloth that made big guns effective?the
cloth that will surround American womanhood with ;
new charm and a new comfort.
The Uftited States Government?a partner in this sai
with the Bush Terminal Company and the McLane Sili
Company?releases this era-making all-silk cloth whicl
Cabinet Ministers and the President, himself, choose tc
enhance the charm of their ladies, that it become avail?
able for America's trade.
There arc yards upon yards,
upon yards. Weights ? light,
heavy and between. Colors ?
all plain ? and of a beauty
Sec this new ail-American, all-silk
cloth in New York at the Bush
Terminal Sales Building, 130
West 42nd Street, and at the
McLane Silk Company, 463
Fourth Avenue, corner 3lst
Here is a rare opportunity to
meet the biggest fabric demand
that America has ever experienced
?a demand that will be intensi?
fied and sustained by a strong
national advertising campaign.
Bush Terminal Company
Butft Terminal Sales Building^
130 Wat 42ndStreets New fire
McLane Silk Company, Inc.
463 Fourth Avenue
corner. 31ft Street, , NewYtrk
A powerful campaign
United States Government Cartridge-Clvtk
under this labtl