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9047—Ladies' Long Coat. A comfortable and
stylish model. This model will appeal to
every woman who appreciates a natty well
shaped top garment, for general wear, travel-
Ing, etc. The fronts are open at the throat and
finished in double breasted style. A sailor col
lar in three sections finish the neck edge. The
sleeve, cut in one with the body is finished with
a straight cuff. The pattern is cut in three
sizes, 34. 38 and 42 inches bust measure. It re
quires <y s yards of 44 inch material for the 34
inch size. Pattern of this illustration mailed
to any address on receipt of 10c silver or stamps.
9044 _ a Stylish Coat for the Youno Mihb.
Girl's Coat (iv either of two lengths) with or
without cuff, aud with straight or notched
closing. This desirable model has a prettily
shaped collar which may be overlaid with velvet
or satin. The coat sleeve, in two pieces, is fin
ished with a shaped cuff. The pattern is cut
iv five siies, C, 8,10,12 and 14 years. It requires
3% yards of 36 inch material for the 10 year
size, A pattern of this illustration mailed to
any address on receipt of 10c in Bilver or stamps.
Bend 10 cents for 15; Send 25 cents for 40. Ask
for oui catalogue. It will interest you.
t Western Manufacturing Co.,
Aroade Building, Seattle.
9056 — Dainty Model for a Dressing Sack.
A negligee or dressing sacque that is a little
different from the ordinary design is always a
welcome change. China silks, challis, lawns
and dimities are often used for garments of
this kind. The design here shown may be fin
ished with bell or bishop sleeve and with turn
over collar, or with oollarless neck edge. The
pattern is cut in six sizes, 32, 34, 36,38, 40, 42 in
ches bust measure and requires 2% yards of 44
inch material for the 86 inch size. Pattern sent
to any address on receipt of 10c.
89C1—Nfiw and Stylish Skirt Modkl. Ladies'
skirt lengthened at the sides by a plaited
flounce. This design it suitable for linen, voile,
panama, albatross, or for heavy fabrics. The
panels are joined to two gores on each side
which are lengthened by a plaited flounce. The
pattern 1m cut in five sizes, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30
inches waist measure and requires 8:% yards of
44 inch material far the 24 inch size. Pattern of
this illustration mailed to any address on re
ceipt of 10c in silver or stamps.
9073 — Mkn'.k Pa.iamah—Excellent shaping is
giveii In the hh'h'h pajamas here .shown, thus
insuring a comfortable fit. The (rout may be
either in single or double breasted tttyle, and
the pattern provided a high islanding or rolling
collar. The materials most in ii»o for such gar
jneuts are outing tunnel, madras, silk and pon
gee. The medium site will require f>\ a yards of
36 inch material. Men's pajamas 9078; sizes 32,
34, 36, 38, 40, 44 and 48 inches breast measure.
The above pattern mailed ou reeelpt of 16 couth.
8911-8933 — A Spbino Frock of Charming
Style. This shows one of the season's best
offerings in Peasant Waists, combined With a
skirt that helps to make an attractive costume
for afternoon wear. The yoke and sleeve por
tions of the waist are cut in one. The waist,
with shaped bib portions, may be worn over a
tucker or finished with the short sleeves and
round neck. The skirt has a plaited flounce.
joined to a round yoke. Almost any of this
season's dress materials are suitable for this
pretty dress. Sea shell pink messaline, with
yoke of a deeper shade, and soft lace or net for
underwaist or tucker, would be very eflective.
The Waist Pattern is cut in five sizes; 34, 36, 38,
40 and 42 inches bust measure. The Skirt Pat
tern is cut in flve sizes: 22,24, 26, 28 and 30 in
ches waist measure. It requires 6% yards of
material 44 inches wide for the dress, with V/i
yards of 27 inch material for the tucker for a
Medium size, This illustration calls for two
separate patterns which will be mailed to any
address on receipt of 10c—for each—in silver or
STATE OF WASHINGTON
/ . , DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COMCERH:
--,-.;-:• i . . fhis will certify that the. '•■;•', [j
:; -.'• Northwestern Mutual Fife Insuranoe Company of Seattle,
State of Washington, Is duly authorized to transact the
business of Fire Inauranae in this State, and that in
accordance with the requirements of Section 106, Chapter
49, Insurance Lav/a of the State of Washington, It has de
posited with the Treasurer of the State of Washington more
than $50,000.00 of its surplus assets for the protection
of all the polioyholders; and that while maintaining such
amount of surplus assets, (not less than $60,000.00), on
deposit as before mentioned, it Is authorised to write
a non-assessable policy, and is at the present time fully
authorised to write a non-assessable policy in the State
»*aa*^ ID witness ' whereof I have
Ilk hereunto set my hand and
•JIBH^iSS 9L affixed my official seal.
SL Dated at Olympia this 3rd
<j Bui UH & da of October, A. D. 1911.
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T|| SBBBfIBSSaB^ Inauranoe CoranjiyQioner, \j
8915 — A Practical Work Apron. There is
always a certain charm about a dainty white
house apron. This one is easily made and is
Tory becoming and serviceable, as well. The
Princess front adds greatly to the dressy char
acter of the garment and the frills that form
the trimming give the wide shoulder effect so
essential to the present styles. It would also
be suitable as a maid's apron. Crossbar muslin,
linen, gingham and percale are all suitable to
the design. The pattern is cut in sizes: small,
medium and large. The medium size requires
414 yards of 86 inch material. Pattern of this
illustration mailed to any address on receipt of
10c in silver or stamps.
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