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THE BISBEE DAILY REV IEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, toTOAYMORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1912.
The Wondrous Beauty
Of The Toilettes
Is admirably reflected in our Ready -fo-Wear Salon j
where we are featuring the new and l exclusive fash
ions. We are amply prepared o successfully meet
every imaginable demand, This season the Orients
with its mystery andfacination, has exerted a great
influence over Paris couturiers, who have given a
wonderful charm to Oriental ideas, Grecian draperies,
"the panniers of France sand togas of ancient Rome.
The character of the new modes we show gives evi
dence of a fine selection. There is not a fashionable
material unrepresented, not a favored color absent.
Elegant Garnitures, beautiful linings, entrancing colors
and a thousand and one little niceties that give at once
extreme distinction and charm to every garment. And
best of all, the prices are RIGHT.
Ladies' Tailored Suits
Accepted Parisian styles in exclusive ef
fects of Woolen Velour, Eponge, Broad
cloth, Velvet, Serge and Bedford Cord; at
S35.00 to 50.00.
We also present an unusual collection of
smart styles at popular prices; 15.00,
20.00, S22.50 and 25.00.
Comprising the fashionable materials and
shades, a decided air of elegance, qual
ity, fine workmanship and exclusiveness is
seen in every Suit, and the variety of styles
is very large not only in regular sizes but
in a complete line of extra sizes which we
are showing, between sizes, 35 and 50 bust
measurement: prices range 20.00, 22.50,
25.00, 30.00 Up to 35.00.
eare?'fcaturinr.,itniS season more than
evjerS'uits,rdr JjiMprs, Misses and small
women,,j.insizes loUnd, 18; very attractive
designs in' Plain Serge- Cheviot, Diagonal
an'd Bedfqqd Gorat ?15.Q0 to 35.00.
G'orgeousGowns for reception, dinner and
fh'eferbfea'utifulgarments of Satin, Bro
cadfe, Velvet,1 Chiffon, Crepe Meteor,
3hai;meuse, arid Voile. Colors, textures
and patterns, seefriuo have come by inspira
tion. Gupljty, style and good taste are
characteristic of the garments shown here,
which await -your criticism; prices range
20.00 to 50:00. .
Afternooa Dresses' of Charmeuse. Knot
Cloth, Silk Lined, Ratine, etc., at $17.50
Serge and. Velvet Dresses in clever mod
els, fronr 10.00 to 25.00.
Special Display of New
Set your expectations high when you
come to see our New Suits and you will not
be disappointed. Coats for all purposes,
in a great variety of novel and beautiful
styles, are ready for your choosing. Robes
pierre collar models, long graceful. revers,
English belt effects; large patch pockets.
Materials include Chinchilla Woolens,
Double-Faced Cloakings, Rough Scotch
Mixtures, Heavy Diagonal Serges, Zibel
ine and the new BpucleiGloth; Coats of
light-weight material.which every practical
women' would selecr,'affqrding ample pro
tection without 'beiiigCint the least burden-
some. " i i ;
Street and Motoring Coats, full length
models: also three-quarter length, called
the Johnny Coat; at $12.50 to 22.50,
Junior and Misses Coats, sizes 14, 16 and
18, made of Cheviot, Chinchilla. Diagonal
and Velour; at 12:50 to 30.00.
Girls' and Childrens' Coats of Velour,
Fancy Mixtures and Broad cloth; sizes 4
to. 12 at 4.00 to 15.00. .
The fichu, the panier, and the point
ed corsage are with us again.
That restive, ingeinous,and bewitching s pirit Fashion seems never to be content
with her handiwork, but always building anew.
With more meagre facilities, we might h aye difficulty in keeping pace with her, but
our-superb assortment .of Ladies' and Misses' Shoes in
sures footwear that.fn-'style, quality .shapeliness and
durability Is unsurpassed, ;arid therefore', we are quite
prepared to follow Fashion's lead.
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A BUSY SFDT
OUR Millinery Department is a veritable bee-hive of industry these days. ;Wie are doing the most remarkable
business in ourvHistory, occasioned, no doubt by the fact that our stbckisnot only complete and superb, but
we are showing all the scarce and hard-to-get shapes in velvet, plush'iand-velotir and in the scarce colors of
blue, brown and taupe. v : ' '
Those desiring Hats for early wear shouldby all means place their orders now to
TAILORED HATS from $5.00 to 15.00.
'S PATTERN HATS from $15.00 to'$25:&V r-
Mlz$WM- TRIMMED HATS from 6.00 to 20.00
j. SPECIAL SA$E OF
It isn't often that such a Bargain as this is offered in October.
Women',? Black Halcyon Messaline Sil k Petticoats. Halcyon is a closely wov
en fabric made, specially for soft petticoats. It is the best substitute for. real
messaline silk known, and will give excellent service. It is a light-weight
clinging fabric of great strength, and f or those that wish a soft clinging petti
coat, we recommend "Halcyon." These Petticoats are our regular 2.00 val
ues, we have a large assortment of si zes but advise those that want to take
advantage of this offer to come early f or then we can assure you a fit.
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