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THE WASHINGTON' HERALD. 'gATUfaPAYr OCTOBER 5. 1912.
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TOPICS OF INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN
Figures in Small Tailored Hat as
Well as Evening: Models. '
Fall bats have been blossoming plenti
fully ever since early In August and now
even the fuzziest and wannest of plush
and beaver and fur hats are on view.
Plush, In particular, fairly romps
through the new millinery, figuring In
every type of hat from the soft little
tailored model for street and outing
wear to the handsomest of big dress
hats, and white plush, though lament
ably Impractical, takes precedence.
"Oh, you can clean It easily with
French chaUt," the saleswoman says
arlly but you can't, and there will be
sad sights In connection with those
white plush hats a little later when soot
and dust have done their worst. While
they are clean, however, they are soft
and pretty and becoming, and Cassandra
was a deservedly unpopular woman; so
a truce to dire prophecy.
There are two kinds of the plush, one
with thick soft velvet like more of the
look of silk beaver. The latter Is the
one more often used for the dress hat,
and there Is frequently a low plain
crown or slightly draped crown of this
plush in white associatled with a wide
brim of black velvet or black saUn.
Velvet Rose Only Trimming.
A single great velvet rose In white
or black may be the only trimming for
the summer fad for huge low hats, little
trimmed, seems likely to hold over: .but
more often the trimming Is some fancy
feather set at a spiky angle or a full
egret or tuft of paradise plumes oddly
and somewhat raklshly posed. Full,
fluffy trimming effects concealing the
hat lines are as little used as they
have been during the summer. The line
Is the thing, and in the small hats, what
ever trimming Is anlied. Is likely to be
narrow and high, while the trimming of
the large hat is usually low ana unot)
trusive or narrow and, angular.
There are, of course, many exceptions
to this rule. Beautiful shaded or plain'
toned ostrich plumes curl out over some
of the wide brims or around low crowns,
but so far fen of them stand up In the
old dashing fashion
Large tulle bows do blur the outlines
of some of the hats, but these bows ap
pear most frequently upon medium sized
hats, not upon the large shapes, and
often the whole hat is of the tulle, with
touches of fur to lend a cold weather
appropriateness. Prettj hats of this type
are shown In soft nut browns with nar
row lines 'of skunk or other dark furs
and a little dull gold lace here and there
under the brown tulle. Attractive all
black hats of tulle are numerous, too.
but will doubtless give way as cold
weather comes on.
Biff. soft, draped velvet or plush
crowns on the tarn o'shanter order are
seen In both large and medium sized bats
and among the Innumerable black and
white models offered for "first hats"
there are many whose lightly draped
crowns are of white satin, while the
brims are of black velvet or black silk
Black, and White Popular.
These black and white hats are. legion,
particularly among the small, seml-tal-lored
hats, and there Is little that Is
new in shape among them. The lines
follow ery closely those of the summer
small hats, and oiiglnalltv Is oDtainea
only by some novelty In the fancy feather
or bow or cockade with which the shape
Some of the small soft hats of this
comfortable and practical sort are In
charming colors, soft old reds, for ex
ample, and Ioel tones of brown and
yellow One extremely good looking Im
ported model with round crown and close
rolling brim was In chamois color, beav
er, seft and pliable as velvet The brim
was faced with dark brown velvet, and,
oddly enough. But most effectively, the
trimming was a slightly draped band of
thick, soft, smoky gray silk embroidered
In dull gold. The color scheme sounds
unattractive, but on the contrary was
Dark blue is a popular millinery color
as It has been during the summer and
Is frequently combined with white, after
the fashion of the black and white mod
els, or Is relieved by a lighter vivid blue
or some one of the vieux rouge tones
Taupe is another of the popular colors
In millinery and Is used een more for
trimmings than for hat shapes This
color tones down sat'sfactorlly most of
the brilliant hues and In fur. marabout,
velvet, tulle, &.c, gives good trimming
effects A draped toque of glowing gera
nium red, for example, has taupe mara
bout next the face and a feather fancy
of marabout and heron posed at a curi
PUFFINGS PKETTY FOE
If a small girl's skirt Is too short for
her a clever way to lengthen It is to cut
the skirt above the hem and then insert
a puffing of some pretty contrasting ma
terial This may also be carried out
around the sleeves and neck of the dress
if It Is Intended to be worn with a
Such trimmings will give the frock an
altogether new air, and the wee tot will
feel that she has a "real new dress."
In making puffings for lengthening pur
poses It Is well to remember to allow
half an inch extra In width, as the puffing
will take up some of the material.
Value of Table Salt
The value of the ordinary table salt
as a food Is questioned by some of our
best known authorities on nutrition It
Is suggested that the use of table salt
a mineral combination is an acquired
taste, and that most people could live
without adding It to their food.
This does not mean that man should
live entirely without salt. We get the
really useful, natural salt in the -arious
vegetable foods we eat In fruits, grain.
nuts, and vegetables.
One thing Is certain: When mineral
salt Is taken Into the body In large quan
tities it becomes very harmful. It Is
a source of Irritation and inflammation
of the mucous membrance lining the
stomach. In some diseases dropsy for
Instance all salt has been omitted from
the diet before the patient could be suc
The, routine ot salting food before even
tasting It Is a very general one, and
there-Is no doubt that too much of this
condiment Is used. Aside from Injurious
effects on the system, a copious use of
salt is delerlous to the flavor of food: It
overpowers all fine aroma and savor.
We should consciously curtain the salt
A Few New Points. . ,
Little taffeta coats are In many cases
the chief attraction of the new autumn
Fringe still continue to be very much
used as a trimming, and a great quanti
ty Is being put on to the new mantles.
Gray and white-striped flannel suits
will be very much worn this autumn, as
well as the ubiquitous white serge.
EDITED BYJUUA CHANDLER MANZ
FOE THE LITTLE MAID.
A white serge, with white satin trim
mings, was made up as Illustrated above.
The foundation Is a plain kimono
dress, closing just at the left ot the front,
and the vest effect is applied and la
cut In the form of a deep round col
lar In the back. Loops and buttons of
white silk close the front and turquoise
blue vehet ribbon is used for the bows
There was a time not so long ago when
"separate waists" brought a mental pic
ture of an Immaculate and stiffl starched
tub blouse, but nowadajs It maj mean
a most elaborate confection of chiffon
One of the new designs for the separate
waist is illustrated. The body Is plain
and Is cut at the neck Into a V. showing
a small oke- A very wide frill dec
orates the front of the blouse, and the
We Are at Our Best When
With Congenial People
Bj FRACES SHAFFER.
We are told that In order to know
fol and to understand the Ins and outs
of their disposition we must live with
them In the Intimacies of home rela
tions But strangely enough, we some
times do not learn, een then
We hae always known this ague
ly and impersonally, but It Is only as
we see It Illustrated that the strangeness
of it Is Impressive.
Thought They Understood.
For fifteen ears a man and his wife
walked together In all the ways of wed
ded life, and they thought they under
stood. They had made their adjustments,
measured all the strong points, made al
lowances for the weak and went on In
the belief that each knew the other like
a well-read book
But that was while things were molng
along In the same even way.
A change came; another element was
Introduced, both were tried In a new
atmosphere, and It brought a revelation
The man waa not In the least affected,
but the wife was quite made oer, at
least her other self was brought to light
and to life. She .had been quiet, very
sedate and unemotional, but the new
friends, the new way of living and all
struck a responsive chord, and she sim
ply blossomed like the rose, not so beau
tifully, to be sure, but Into her full, nat
The new conditions, jtew friends, nnd
new environment rescued him Just the
same, but there was not a ripple of
change in his personality; they simply
did not appeal, did not strike any unex
pected chord, and he went on the same
But he could not understand, could not
make It seem right that she should be
any different They had alwas liked
the same things, the same folk, and the
same life, and why the change now?
You see, he forgot, Just as we often
forget that there are characteristics,
tendencies, likings, and longings rippling
away beneath the surface, and that It
only needs the sunsh'ne, of congenial com
panionship to bring them out She was
quiet and In tune with .him. so long as
that was the only atmosphere, but when
a new element was at hand, an element
that she loved, she came into her own.
Alrrnya a Different Self.
Sometimes we get a . glimpse of the
other side, and we know that font who
are a bit dull, -unresponsive, and uninter
esting to us and with us would be lery
different with men and women to whom
their natures really unfolded. It may
be an acquaintance, a' semi-friend, or
some one closer, and -we may go on
seeing the same old side, bringing out
the same tendencies, knowing all, the
while thsTt there Is a very different self,
a self that we have never reached at alL
It may .be that we do not want to reach
It. but we catch at glimmer of "It and
WHAT TO SERYE AT
THE HOME BOARD
The Becipes .Appended Have All
Grapes. - 4W
Cream ot Wheat. Milk and Sugar.
Crisp Bacon. German Toast.
Bread and Butter Sandwiches.
Baked Apples with Nuts.
Cream of. Celery Soup. Croutons.
Veal Cutlets, Tomato Sauce.
Onions n Cream Sauce. ..
Corn Fritters. Salad Rolls.
Green Gage Meringue In Halved
Pittsburg Potatoes Wash and pare po
tatoes, cut in one-half Inch sllcea and
cut slices In one-half inch cubes; there
should be one quart. Put In a stewpan.
add one small, finely chopped onion and
pour over boiling salted water to cover.
Bring to the boiling point and let boll
five minutes; then drain and put In a
buttered baking dish. Melt four table
spoonfuls of butter, add four tablespoon
fuls of flour, and stir until well blended,
then pour on gradually while stirring
constantly, two cupfuls ot milk. Bring
to the boiling point and add one-halt
pound of grated soft, mild cheese, three
fourths teaspoonful of salt, and one
eighth teaspoonful of pepper. Pour sauce
over potatoes tend bake.
Green Gage Meringue In Halved Canta
loupesPeel and remove the pits from
twelve ripe green gages and mash the
fruit, adding a large tableapoonful of
powdered sugar. Allow them to stand
on the Ice until thoroughly chilled and
after draining fold In the stiffly whipped
whites of two eggs, a pinch of salt, a
grating of nutmeg, and a small cupful
of cream beaten solid Heap the mer
ingue In halved cantaloupes that have
been on the Ice at least twenty-four hours
and, serve Immediately, ornamenting each
portion with crjstalllzed cherries.
IN METAL GRAY MES8ALINE FOR
Two and three-elghtl's'jards messa-
line. X Inches wide, at Jl a ard ...K.3S
Two jards point de Paris lace
One spool sewing silk
One card hooks and eyes
Three-elKhths of a yard net. Z7 In .
at ic a ard
Paris pattern No 1.0M
IN riGURED CHALLIS FOR C
Three lards challls. M inches wide.
at 50c a jard $1.50
Two jards shadow lace 0
One spool sewing silk 10
One card hooks and ees 10
Three-eighths of a yard allover lace.
IT Inches wide, at 50c a ard 19
Parts pattern No. L0M 10
neck maj be finished with a rolling or
The shoulders are cut ery long, and
the wrln length cloeI fitting sleeves
rc Jclnfd without gathers.
Mescaline to match the coat suit would
make up er prettily In this design,
using point de Paris or wide Valenciennes
lace for the frill
Figured challls and shadow lace is an
other good combination
The aboe pattern mav be obtained In
sizes Si 34. 36, SS, M. and 42 bu.t. snd
will be sent postpaid by the Fashion
Department of The Washington Herald
on receipt of 10 cents Be sure to state
numbr and size.
know It will come to light when different
people and different surroundings bring
And most ot us. I fancy, cm recall
fleeting acquaintances, men and women
whom we mcf but briefly, )et who gave
evcr promise of being entirely likable,
companionable, and congenial. It was
something In them and something in us,
and the pity of it Is that such friend
ships cannot be cemented for all time.
llrsponslve to borne One.
It Is this strange difference In the way
of responding or withdrawing that ac
counts for the varying estimates of the
same person. One calls him dull, very)
unresponsible, uninteresting, almost a
bore Some one else finds him all that
Is companionable and entertaining And
the fact Is that In one case there Is
nothing in common, while in the other
there Is something to which both make
We see it In ourselves, if we stop to
.note the way It runs. In little, half
unconscious ways we change to meet
the different personalities, and It Is only
when wo are with the truly congenial
that th. real h.t B1f nm.n tn lh.
surface. It U then, that we are most!
comrortaDie, most at ease, most .our
selves. And perhaps the misfits In' life might
not be so frequent and so tragic if rela
tionships were better planned.
Apple butter Is one ot the most whole
some things a child can eat, the dieti
cians say. Strange to tell, nearly all nor
mal children aAoret annlea. Annie, nnred.
boiled and pressed through a colander j
can oe canneu mis way witn very lime
sugar and are always easily kept and
ready for making Into apple butter.
flit the Original and lenuhM
For Manb, Invalids, and Growing children.
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
A quick stack presaretl ia a Biante.
Hot In Any milk Trtmi
British Vessel B2 Bammed by Amer
ican Liner Amerika in the
Dover. England. Oct 4. The) British
submarine BJ was rammed by the Hamburg-American
liner Amerika In a fog
while maneuvering In the English Chan
nel, off Goodwin Sands to-day, and was
sunk with the loss of fifteen lives,
The only survivor was Lieut Bulleyen,
second In command, who had a miracu
lous .escape from death. He was found
by the crew of another submarine In an
exhausted condition, clinging to a piece
After being revived be told a remark
, "When the BJ waa struck the sharp
prow of the liner cut her In two," said
It was carried downward for what
seemed at least a mile. I thought I would
r.cver stop descending. My lungs fllled
with water, and I was In excruciating
agony. I thought I never would reach
The accident occurred at o'clock In
the morning while the B2 was maneuver
ing with other ships In the channel
squadron. The weather was foggy, and
It was because ot this that the accident
The B2 had Just risen to the surface)
when the Amerika loomed above her.
'li.e vessels were so close that It was
too late for either to take measures to
prevent a collision.
Although the Amerika was srolne nnlv
at about half speed on account of the
naze, the impact was so great that the
sharp prow cloie the shell of the sub
marine and the latter Instantly fllled
The Amerika stood by after the col
Ils'on and boats were lowered to pick
At the same time she signaled the
other essels of the submarine fleet that
an accident had occurred.
Although the liner's boats searched
Extra wide and
heavy quality Rib
bons for hair bows,
sashes, and hat trim
mings, consisting of
plain taffetas, moire,
and satin ribbons In
a complete assort
ment ot wanted col
ors and combinations.
Regular 30c grade
at l&c ard
WOMEN'S HIGH-CLASS SUITS,
Worth $30, $35, and $40, Q CA
Choice at iaPlO.W
A prominent suit maker had a lot of several hundred fall garments on hand after nllinp; his
regular orders, and to move them out quickly made us an attractively low offer for the lot. They
are mo-tly one of a kind suits many of them copies of imported models, and embodjing the
neuest and most distinctie fashion features.
Materials consist of imported two-tone whipcords, French serges, Lymansville cheviots, pebble
cheviots, men's wear serge, boucle suitings, Scotch mixtures, imported wide-wale diagonals, noveltj
zibelincs, chiffon broadcloths, novelty striped suitings and plain whipcord.
Elegant examples ot Plain Tailored' and Trimmed Suits, showing the perfection reached in the manufac
ture of readv-to-wear garments
EVERY COAT LINED WITH SATIN DUCHESSE, SKINNERS SATIN OR IMPORTED SERGE SILK. All
sizes for misses and women
New Styles at
Girls' Full-length Coats, of all
cloth, with straight-cut back and
cuns oi cnincnuia, large xancy
wool cneviot ana aeep sailor collar, nnisned with rows or
stitching and fancy buttons: full-cut back: colors of brown,
tan. and blue, sizes 6 to 14 vears. Regular JS value. Sale price
Girls' Full-length Coats, of heavy diagonal cloth; chinchilla, camel's
hair, plain kersey, and boucle cloaklnga. st)llsh coatv. with full-cut backs
and opening at side: deep-cut shawl collars of velvet, cuffs to mat eh. and
finished with fancy buttons, others of diagonal cheviots, lined throughout:
deep-cut collars, one side effect: fronts of pressed caracul cloth and cuffs
to maicn, anotner styie oi cnincnuia ciotn. wun rouna couar.
plain tailored sleeve and bone buttons; check lining. Values
worth $10 00. Sale price
Girls' Coats, made of the stvllsh
full-cut back and side opening, lined with satin-finish Italian cloth: raadn
wun aeep snawi couar oi crusnea
i'l collar of crushed
tons and medallions:
10. Sale price
large iancy duiic
ues north S10 00.
Junior Coats, of heavy kersey
across Dacx; iastenea to necK. witn
cuffs to match, and finished with
17, and 19 years Sale price
Junior Coats, of all-wool kersey and fancy tweed mixtures: full
length; mtlltar) back, deep shawl collar of contrasting color, others with
straight back, strap across back and finished with fancy (T-l f fC
bono buttons, colors of gra and brown mixtures, plain blur. iTi 1 1 1 HfS
gray, and tan. sizes 13, 15. 17, and 19 jears. Sale price.. . V--'-''''-'
Children's New Fall Styles, QQn
Specially Priced for To-day at vOL
Thy consist of Cordurovs, Plushes, and Fine Quality Felts, in all the
leading colors, such as red, navy blue, cadet black, brown, and white.
Large assortment of new and becoming shapes, finished with grosgraln
ribbons', cute colored feathers and silk cords. Choice at 98c
Children's Coats, of cloth and
corduroy. In navy and brown: also
navy and gray chinchilla;, neatly
lined with red cloth and finished
with fancy buttons: collars of black
velvet and tailored itiinn
sleeves; sizes I to S th4.t7Cl
years. Salo price, j w
New Styles in Robespierre Col
lars at 25c, 50c, 75c, $1,
$1.50, and $1.98.
We have Just received new lines of the Fashionable Robespierre Col
lars, the neckwear that Is enjoying such a tremendous popularity this
season. All the new creations are represented In our showing. In high
and low styles and every wanted color. Including green, royal, navy,
American Beauty, white, and black. Many ot the better grades are hand
made all are distinctive and new.
See the large assortments priced at 2So up to $1.95.
New lot of Flattings and iluffllngs,
I in dainty chiffon net and shadow
I lace". 2 to S Inches wide; some- In
matched sets. Choice, of white.
:5c and SOo a yard.
TrtE BUSY1 .CORNER
GIRLS' SCHOOL & DRESS COATS
ARE BEST. BOUGHT AT KANN'S
As these extra values for to-day Indicate.
Girls' PolO CoatS, $10.95 Values, $8.95 '
t Tha nobby styles that girls ,8 to H years are wearing. Faultlessly
tailored of the best quality polo cloth. In leather and gray color, with
?atch pockets: belt around waist Models that button high at the neck.
S.95 Is an exceptional price for this quality.
Girls' Raincoats i Girls' RaTr. Capes
Of best quality fabric In tan color, i Goo i water-seddlng kind. In red,
with double-faced plald In- M QC and green, with novelty plaid hood:
side. Sizes S to 14, at 93'9 all sizes. to 14. Special JO QQ
Hat to match at 75c lvalue at svw
Junior Coats, $15 Values. $10.95
See these stylish coats, made of fine Imported materials. In gray. navy,
tan. and brown, with plaid backs pleasing combinations, with large
"storm collar that fastens high at the neck; turn-back cuffs; some with
Braid binding. All sizes, IS, 1, 17, and IS. Misses Store Second Floor.
the waters for two hours tbey found no
Many of the passengers on the liner
were still asleep In their berths when
the accident toon place. When the Im
pact occurred many malted upon deck
fearing that the vessel was In danger.
They were calmed by the officers.
The bow plates of the Amerika were
slightly damaged by the collision.
CELEBEATE GEEMAN DAY.
Germans In District to Observe An
niversary of Colony FonndlnK.
The United German Societies of the
District will celebrate "German Day,"
the anniversary of the founding of Ger
mantown. Pa . with a banquet and
speeches in the hall ot the Washington
Saengerbund, Monday evening. Mem
bers of the Washington Saengerbund. the
Arlon Gesang Vereln. and the Germanla
Open To-night Until9o'Clock
"IT PATS TO DEAL i AT GOLDEN BCRG"
SEVENTH AND K "THE DEPENDABLE STORE,
MEN'S ENGLISH CAPE GLOVES,
Regular $L50 Grade, at $1.00 Pair.
A Just-arrived importation of Men's Fine Quality
English Cape Gloves offered to-day at a dollar a pair
the exact grade for which ever men's furnishings
store asks J1.S0. Made with spear back and out
seams. In all the correct shades of tan for fall and
winter wear. ALL SIZES.
- wool diagonal cheviot nnd plain kersey
plait on one side: deep round collar and
Duiions ana pocKets, omer ot piatn an
boucle cloaklnir In black and brown
piusn, nnisnea wun t
plush, finished with two (Tti rvrj
sizes 6 to 14 years Val- nil MfS
cloth; full length, made with strap
le with strap
turn-over collar of velvet
patch pockets: sizes 13,
Children's Sleeping Garments, of
good quality flannelette, in all
white, and neat pink or blue striped
effects; with and without
feet and drop seat; all sizes.
Values worth up to 76c
Sale price ,
Fashionable Coat Sets, in a large
assortment of new styles, made of
venlse lace, macrame, and ratine. In
white, cream, and ecru. The season's
Priced at 50c $1.00, $150, up to
ft Ra. Art.
Maennerchor will give vocal selections.
Germantown. Pa., was founded 3
years ago. About 300 Germans came over
on the ship Concord and landed at Phila
delphia. October 6, 16S3. They were re
ceived by their countryman. Franz Dan
iel Pastorlus, who bad reached America
the previous August to make arrange
ments for their coming. A grant of 5,
000 acres of land was given them by char
ter from William Penn. On this tract
the town of Germantown was laid out
and for many years was unique In that
It thrived and grew without need of
courts or magistrates or policemen.
Held for Stealing- Horse and Hater.
Fannie Thomas, colored, of 437 Limer
ick alley. Is to be arraigned in Police
Court to-day on a charge of stealing a
horse and buggy from Dr. Philip Brooks,
of 306 Third Street Southwest The girl
was arrested by Lieut Flather and Po
liceman Frye, of the Fourth Precinct
at the home of relatives at Lanham. Md.
A new arrival of
Mesh Bags, made of
the new unbreakable
mesh, also in ring
mesh styles. All made
with embossed and
engraved German sil
Dennis 8c Ellis' Entire
Stock of Shoes at
of Half Price.
This great sale of the entire stock
of Dennis S. Ellis' High-grade Foot
wear is proving one of the most
successful events of its kind ever
known in our history. Washington
women have been prompt to appre
ciate the extraordinary values of
fered A the news travels the
crowds ot shrewd shoe buers In
crease in numbers
The Dennis & Ellis stock of Wom
en's Footwear was noted for Its
high quallt, sterling value, and
correct style a fact that doubles
the Importance ot the extraordinary
low prices quoted In this sale. The
best known makers of Women's
Shoes are represented, and the as
sortment of stvles covers the entire
range of up-to-date models In all
leathers. Come to-da and enjoy
the greatest savings ever known
for high-class footwear
LOT 1 DEVMS ELLIS SHOES,
Sold Regularly at S2JM Pair.
$1.45 a Pair
Dennis &. Ellis' stock of Women's
Footwear, consisting of High and
Low Shoes In button, blucber and
lace stvles, alt the best leathers, such
as Patent Colt. Gun Metal, Vic! Kid
and Velvet, with high and low heels,
tipped and plain toes
The assortment Includes such prom
inent makes as "Queen Quality."
Endlcott. Johnson and Lindner Shoe
Not every size In each style, but
all sizes from 1 to 8 In the lot.
Dennis & Ellis' price, $2.50 pair.
Our price, $1 45 pair.
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$1.95 a Pair
Dennis . E111V stock of Women's
High-class Footwear. Including High
and Low Shoes in button, blucher
and lace stjjes; of best grade and
most popular leathers, such as
Russia Calf, Patent Colt. Gun Metal.
Vlci Kid. Suede and Velvet. Hand
sewed and hand-turned soles. High
and low heels, tipped and plain toes.
Stylish, up-to-date lasts In the fol
lowing makes "Queen Quality,"
Harney Bros, LIrdner Shoo Co. and
'R. & G." Shoes. a
All sizes In the lot from 1 to 8, but
not every size of each style or make
Dennis & Ellis' prices, $3.00. $XM
and $4.00 pair. Our price $4.95 pair.
LOT 3 DENNIS & ELLIS SHOES.
Sold Regularly at 4 and $3 Pair.
$2.45 a Pair
Dennis & Ellis' Finest Grades of
Tootwear, embracing all the smartest
fashions for fall and winter wear.
Hlfh and Low Shoes of Russia Calf, .
Patent Colt, Gun Metal, Vict Kid,
Puodo and Velvet, including 12, 14
and IS button Shoes. High and Low
heels, tipped -and plain toes. Hand
fcewed and hand-turned soles. Cloth
and leather tops.
Included are such welt known
brands as "Queen Quality, "Walk-"
Over." "Regal" and many other
popular makes. All sizes In the lot
from t to X. ,
Dennis & Ellis' prices. $4 00 and
$5.00 pair. Our price $2.45 pair.
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