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Notable Exhibit of Autumn Fashions Mo
Fortunate Hosiery Purchase
THE. AEIZONA REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1911.
i nice iimn- our New York buyer l"nis up with a
stupendous split cash transaction TV" linos of
Silk Hos.f r samples became his. or rathi r
imr.", at a large discount. IUre is Hosiery that
any store ma In- proud of A Silk Hosiery off-ring
that asks the attt ntion of cer woman
who appreciates the better elass. Eery pair
perfect, mind ou. Elegant hose at a saving of
one-half and more.
946 Pairs Pure Silk Sample Hose
for women "Onxy" and "(Sordon" Dye styles
pure Thread Silk Hose in black, white, drab,
brown, lavender, Copenhagen, sky, old rose, pearl,
cardinal, green and nav ; some all silk, some
with double lisle garter proof top, other have top,
heel and sole interwoven with lisle, which in
sures greater satisfaction Values up to $3.00
BRAN NEW LINE OF WOOL FINISH NUN'S
VEILING A splendid turl Fail Press Material in
black, w hite, sk . pink. o!d rose, and nav, 27 inches
wide, and priced for M"nd n at,
New Fal! Gloves
(Iloves of every description are hire It's hnrdlv pos
sible that our buyer lias overlooked anything worth
while. Gloves for Dress, Street and Auto wear
Glace Kid, Mocha, Doeskin and Suede Gloves in
white, black, drab and other wanted shades; 1 t I.isp.
2 clasp. 3 clasp and 1G button lengths, everv juir
guaranteed perfect in ;ndht. fit and finish. I'ri. cs
$1.00 to $4.00 I
Springfield Union Suits
If you tould see thf .--un.sficd h.nk that c i" .-..r
the fai'es of the many noin-n who have sei n aid
felt of the excellent cpjality of these l"nion i.t-, it
would give you some idea of the great valm s ui
are offering. "Springfield" garments are comfort i
Ibe. medium in weight and yet as warm a- the hra.
clumsy article. They are garments that an :
to fit the body with the gr atet freedom. II.,;
nee!;, long r short sI-ms. ankle hngth.
Pmnnunrf d $1 h garni lits. M'-nd.-iA .. .
Remarkable Values in Bed Coverings
"DEFENDER" AND "ANCHOR" SHEETS -Tv.
brands classed among the best, extra strong an 1
heavy, full double lxd size. SlxlMi and 72x93'
regularly '.me and 35c for Monday
"MARVEL" PILLOW CASES Another good qua'.-
ity. torn and ironed, sizes -12x3t and -lox3C, canii' t
be duplicated at our regular 15c
price Sjv-cial. Monday, each ,
$2.75 AND $3.00 BED SPREADS And "dai-ns
they are at that. Marseilles and Honey crib
styles, hemmed, fringed and cut corner sort
extra large size
For Monday, choice
SILKOLINE COVERED COM FORTS With p ir.
white cotton filling, for full size beds, prctt-
floral designs, cheap at $1.70
FULL SIZE WOOL NAP BED BLANKETS With
rich colored borders and ribbon binding, fit'nr
grey or white, absolutely matchless
at 52 SK-cial
ith p ir.
Warm Night Gowns
10 DOZEN "OF EXCELLENT QUALITY NIGHT
GOWNS Made of heavy, soft, fleece outing F'.in
nei. in white, pnk and blra. cut f iM and j fC
wide. Sper-iai Monday, onI .. . CHiIIu
Hair Nets 25c a Dozen
A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF 100 DOZEN HAIR
NETS Come in black, b'jrdc. light brown, medium
brown .nd dirk brown, u-tullv retailed at
10c For Monday 23c per d zen, or ..
!2 for 5c j
Modish Pattern Hats
STYLES for the Auto, Street, Afternoon and Evening wear.
Whatever portrays the authentic, correct and artistic in
new Autumn Millinery is shown in beautiful profusion. An
exhibit of shapes, materials, colorings and fashions that sur
pass in scope and variety all former Millinery displays.
SPain, filom conffen; Acme came
HATS that sing the praises of their designers Hats "just a
little different" from the ordinary. And this magnificent
display of imported Millinery will be augmented by many elab
orate creations from our own workrooms a noteworthy gath
ering in itself.
AT THE same time we shall make a grand showing of
Women's Suits, Dresses, Coats, Waists and Costumes for
the new season to which we invite attention.
You are most heartily
asked to be present
The Time the Place to Buy Your
Silks and Dress GrrJs .
Those who are famili ir with ",:r ri pntati .ti a
Silk and I)riss Ooods distributor u ill radily
appreciate th- .significant e of above heading. A
personal inspection will be necessary to gain
an adequate iilea of the range and variety of our
new Kail Stock. A host of new weaves, patterns
and colorings are here. Kvery thing that fahion
demands at your very dour. Two st' ong svcials
NEW SILK MARQUISETTES A stylish Waist
and Drets material. ery soft and sheer, in white,
maize, sky and Copenhagen As a Ofln
siM-cial for .Monday, yard ObG
THIRTY-FIVE PIECES OF NOVELTY SILKS
Consisting of Mes-alines, Taffetas and Foulard.
in a great assortment ..f patterns, such as polka
lots, stripes, .scrolls and shepherd checks in e. r
wanted odor, up to 7 inches wide; would sell
r.iinarily at ?1 00 and --For pn
Monday at, yard UOu
BLACK RIBBED COTTON STOCKINGS I r b .v
and girls of eviry ag-. strong, dtirabl. km. I.-, .,ih
double Ktl--, double heel and douole toe. A-l bl.l' k -
M"tlda at tie -p lal 1'ii-e ot
Ai'ttr all it is just as i a- lor t w:mn ot
tignre to attain tlit- smooth, grac-t contour " ai
a for those of average or even sl-udcr build
projt. r corset will eliminate all corset troubles. :
our corsetiercs are com ie tent and witling to a.-;
..u in sehctinr the rirht model
Ti.. n..Mst nfv Tn- mod is .ire marvels of
UMi and workmanship I'l.v.rh cut and gorol
v. .1 . .. f.n.l i-ntitriil MUiirll'Mlls flesh. .-Ill
t.r..niirint citrvts ;,imI moii!i t'le f rai "titil it
l ir- ahpost s,h-lik. Ask to -e !!! r i
Hew Dress Accessories
T!'e various dr ss ai re- -on. s that Fashion this yar
...II amis in greater profusion than ever b-for. !..r
p lla.K s gown are t.-. most attractively tlispi.. . .1
' oir Trimming section.
SO HERE ARE THE FRINGES AND THE BANDS.
THE TASSELS, THE BRAIDS, THE BUTTONS
AND THE GIRDLES and the place "f honor . tns
t.. belong to the Fringes, which remind one. in th. ir
pr alene. of the fashions of the '"'s. You'll fii'.l
th. i.i of Chenille and Silk in black, white ami cl rs.
,,ml v.iriocs widths. The Silk (Jird'e is ar .th- r
f.i..r. .l creation of the season Com- s in b!a. !. a !
(ers uantei! .shade Then those Uatuls an.l F:a..l-.
...rl..d in silk, tin.-.-l and n t. Tru'y a m.-rv !!.
Arlislic Draperies Greatly Underpriced
75 PIECES OF NATIONAL MADRAS- in. h
I)raM-ry Materials in 75 different deigns, .r
iniaciiiable color combination to choos-- froi;..
th. ap enough at 15c sjiecial 1 2G
MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT OF CURTAIN
SCRIMS All bran new iKUterna and colorings.
pieces, all different, every one a wanttd design.
:!; inch s w ide ami banner 25c valiu s -J Pp
.Monday, per yard ID"
REGULAR 20c AND 35c BUNGALOW NETS
l-ateFt approved iwtterns in white. Arabian am!
t .vo-tonc effe ts. 42 t. 15-inch widths 07p
for one day at, yard Lli
DUPLEX BELMONT AND MORINE DRAPERIES
-A couple of striking curtain novelties, eh gant
oriental design?, printed on Ixdlt sides, yard w ;.l. .
should be a 35c .Monday seci.'l. per 29C
USUAL $1.50 AND $1.75 TAPESTRY COUCH
COVERS -Full length and width, rev. rsible. pr -ty
Oi i.ntal design- and fring. d all 01 07
around Mon.lax. . nh 0 i iL I
Striking Linen Values
HEMMED HUCK TOWELS, with r. i U.rder.-.
ii 1 1 size lSxSG. the kinds much in demand by h.
ainl rooming houses, should be L'5.
r.air Sn. i ial Monday, each
JUST SEVEN DOZEN OF BLEACHED TURKISH
TOWELS - An ecellu,t i i ui t-v and - I -!'.
h. last, Monday at the sin dl
price of, taih
DISPLAY AND SALE NEW TAILORED SUITS
Since the time wh. n th.s store first sold garments for women, we specialized in Tailored Suits-upon Tailored Suits we .
concentrated all the en rgv and resource of this establishment So it is THIS fall. A great r selection was never shown.
F'ner styles were never seen. Ileal Man-Tailored Suits, made of Scotch Tweeds, Iloucle Cloths. Worsteds, Diagonals, ;
Fancy Xub Suitings, Zibelines, Serge", etc.. showing all the new style features and colorings which have developed; 27-inch
coats, with wide revers and long lap 'Is of velvet or cloth are important features. Skirts are close-fitting models, with I
high waistlines. Some of the Suits arc plain tailored, some trimmed in military silk braid; on others silk fringe is freely
used. Grand vaiues at $15 to ?5". (
As an Extra Special forMoiuhiv we arcoWei-iug iu splendid array ol' Tailored Suits, that were
made to sell xm t 21.50. at 615.90. Newest Fall models in every wanted fabric and desir- 1
able color. Materials, Tailoring, Lining, Trimmings and "Workmanship all express the
Kornck standard of perfection. A masterlul bargain presentation Jor
Opening day choice for .
SNAPPY STREET DRESSES AT SMALL OUTLAY
Practical models that are suitable for any figure. Nothing but strictly up-to-date affairs.
Inexpensive, yet a masterful presentation (f the Xew York Store's constant aim of greater
value giving. Inexpensive, yet absolutely correct in style, perfect in finish and almost
counterparts of much higher priced garments. Made of Messaline, Velvet and navy Muc
Storm Serge. The latter piped in Messaline of contrasting colors, especially emerald green.
High waist line dresses, these are. Some finished in fringe, have Slash Skirt and loose
Panel effects, others have broad lapel finished in white 010 flfj n OOfl nn
Satin or Irish (Whet Collar. Rare values .0 I ZiUU 1U vZUiUU
Children's, Misses1 and Junior Dresses
A HANDSOME COLLECTION OF MISSES',
CHILDREN'S AND JUNIOR DRESSES Peter
Thompson, Sailor and Itegulation st les made of
either cream, red, brown or navy Storm Serge,
all piped in contrasting colors. Dresses that are
the season's latest, consequently correct in every
detail ierfect fit and expert workmanship a fea
ture Excellent values
S4.00 to $20,00
HEW MODEL SILK WAISTS
HERE IS A SPECIAL IN BLACK MESSA
LINE WAISTS well worth investigating. A
late model made of the finest Hlnclc Satin
Messaline. trimmed in either emerald
green, red or coronation purple; handsome
waists that have the popular side frill ef
fect, a bona fide SH.00 gar
ment Monday for
For evening wear Dame Fashion's decrees Is "everv thing soft
and clinging" satin charmeuse, velvet, broche chiffon, spangled
net, marquisette, crepe meteor and crepe de chine being the
fabrics par excellence. Many of the gowns show the new draped
shoulder or IJerthn, sometimes of fine mnline, guipure or inn
crime laces, though often of soft material edged with silk or
tinsel fringe in the same shade. Skirts are a little wider. Tin
spiral draped effect edged with fringe and the pointed or fish
tall train are the newest conceptions, while a few of the gowns
show a slashed tunic originated by Callot. The colors are all
quite pronounced and touches of coronation purple are verv ire
quentlv sccn.An xb'iislve sejccUoii. Piiees S35 TO S125
RARE PETTICOAT OPPORTUNITY
TO GIVE YOU A PROPER CONCEPTION
OF OUR VALUE GIVING SUPREMACY
we shall offer Monday a dainty new line of
Silk Petticoats, made of Al quality Taffeta
and Satin Messaline in white, black, solid
colors and printed warps; hae accord on
pleated flounces and were bought to sell
at $",.()(: at the exceedingly low
STRIKING SKIRT VALUES
We are showing nothing but up-to-dut' eftV ts in
Skirts for Fall made of splendid materials. SKiris
that wear better, look better and fit better. Skirts
that excel. Still better, we lead the town in Skirt
Values, and as evidence we present lor Mortdav
A SCORE OF NEW HIGH WAIST LINE SKIRTS
--made of Scotch Mixtures; blue and brown orhi
roy and all-wool Storm Serge in brown, black and
navy. Sterling values that reach the r So mark -
At the low price