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GOOD DRES NG-The new mbnthly, fashion book. April LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS are teAt n
styles are shown, in the March 'numnier. Given free at our style, accuracy and simplicity. They are here blceuse.*tley ipattern counter. f7, fi1 are best. See the new designs. This Store Is Filling Up, Filling Up With the New Things for Spring Everything new, bright, charming, likeable and desirable because of assured style, assured quality and assured value. Just as a bed of pansies presents new faces each me rning, so does this store present new "blossoms" in the way of merchandise each day and affords a continual source for enlightenment on the style tendencies of the season, making this a delightful place, indeed, to visit in one's leisure hours. Winter stocks have disappeared as if by magic-our clearance sales were the most effective and successful in the store's career and we begin the season with a clean slate, making it possible for eve the least informed individual to buy apparel here with the absolute assurance of new, correct style, because we have no other kind. Easter preparations should be gotten under way at once, for while this is early in the year to get down to a serious consideration of new apparel, it must be remembered that EAster comes at the earliest possible date this year-March 23-only two weeks hence! Fine Spring Clothes for Men and Young Men HUNDREDS and hundreds of men come here regu larly season after season because they have tried our suits and overcoats and found them best---at all points. Then, there are others who vainly try to get p clothes satisfaction through a different route, but will Tnot find it till they come here. This advertisement is for them. Our leadership in the clothing business of this city is the result of satisfac tion-giving, not only in quality and value, but also in style and excellence of fit. We sell only clothing of such makes as are worthy our guarantee and this guarantee is implied with every sale. You take no chances. Never have we been better prepared to serve you than now--the season's favored and accepted styles in wonderfully complete assortments, from the inexpensive to the best. ' -Premier Clothes Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes Wool-Worth Clothes Fashion Clothes 1 . Suits and Overcoats, $18 to $40 All the I:,t,. i I,.hi ..... Id. fahrics and mo....ahs fI'...l,, ,'si,,t..:. Ihla ..... gs, I-htii, and f~luuv c.hiviot,s ti j -, Interest in Balkan Events has Fostered s,. . t ,- ,, , , . .. i n,. ... ,t , ,,.., fl. .. ... H. i,, hn , h,., iI i. i . a Tendency for Colors that are Brilliant, ", '. ,', i, "\,,s,,vi, e,- ,. ," al d ,N, ,s,,,es ,u,, e, tse .. ,,ui Ht I.I eN Y f wrf.°ct slI~~~~~t.,I~ i.'l theI 1. . ist, conscrvativi I. u~ los Ina n to the i, unlg anonit \ I likes " o ely I .IV'I Chaotic, Yet, Withal, Ultra Refined Some Notes on New Furnishings Styles are Plentiful and Fashion Lavish F b Some Notes on New Furnishings Ni I Ii Ni in Her Favor, but T'all, Slim Effects Neckwear ... , , ,., .. o., , ...I,, .... n ,,.io t,, .li... Lead and Accentuate the Height and Ihore . r i h i, r t 'i.n.. sill '.,t s ts .. ths IhI ..n.t ,vrin I l. show i ,inI Ie ..l . I a,'. .-spoctiulll. .t!ullifol lt..Iu lh,> olt\,hs,'-.l'iltitng .',,Ihls li" at I~,lill,'l'l'l range al H1"n\v c'ldtq'hlgs GIS..(}. Grace of the W earer. Trimmings are plni uur t n }I ,,", I. tI M i I, ', , i. d,,it , ., , , so Varied as to Give the Widest Oppor- ,n ,, '. . tunity for Evolving Original Ideas and the Exercising of Individual Taste. Devon`Z 'o' " oii,"f . l Ili .. ',,,.,:.. I", li , l"' al "I , l,,sn . ,.tilii ,, .I .t .. h frunt, whii.I p'rnlits th.' knul of the rruvus I.. show / Si ze - o There you have it, the fundamentals of millinery styles for spring and sum- "I, .. N t...." , .,,..n.........4 Sizes--2 for e4 m er, 1913. , A dhll, r iill n.tv.r . ,,, .. .. , ih n itn, r .I skir ,,It .. , ,s we n.w ofr i, th i tlts, n S h irts ', lullark" shirts. A glot array of' pnlatt us i pick fro.nn SMALL HATS FAVORED Hiil" .. 'e Hl' f II 'd'ei ..... 0'"' ... i s eNl i's "h "'""t gi''" Ielt Small hats are in the heyday of their success and most favored in oblong, deep H osiery .. I. , .. ,, .. ... hr ,an; li. n , I ; . .... si. nia i . ani , nI . C, telescope, aeroplane and round Oriental shapes, the becoming crinkles, slashes and undulations of which defy description. An Exposition of the New W hite and Colored Dress Cottons HOW THEY ARE WORN They will be "made" or "marred" by the angle at which worn, for fashion wisely An International Exposition of All That Is New prefers to soften the facial outlines by setting the hat at a backward tilt so as to display more of the coiffure. If the appreciative comments of shoppers is any indication, we have every rea AS TO MATERIALS . son to believe that our showing of Dress Cottons for 1913 is without an equal, in the hundreds of weaves and colorings represented or in qualities and values of The so-called heavy crinkly mourning crepe dyed in the loveliest new and fered. France, Switzerland, England, Ireland and America are represented by bright colors is a high note in hat materials; crepe Francois is also to the fore, the materials for which th c kn-it is an internatioa a exposition of and plain and flowered satins, broche silk, milan, hemp, are exceptionally good. the materials for which they excel in making-it is an international exposition of A all that is new, pretty, dainty and desirable in wash goods. Some of the novel NOVELTY IN TRIMMINGS , ties are not in quantities to run through the season-not intended to be. They Trimmings have moved around towards the back and mostly tower in tall are the practically exclusive things worn by those who make early selection. Again shoots, though aigrettes are permitted at any angle and paradise is frequently al- some of the things of which we bought most liberally have, by their rapid sell lowed to droop gracefully from the shoulder. Numidi is beautiful and has ac- .',,,ing, occasioned by their beauty or extraordinary value at the prices asked for quired mparked pre-eminence. Other novel, winsome trimming effects are accom- ..K/them, shown that their tenure here will not be long. Make selections now, while plished by slender pointed wings, sail bows, fancy ribbons, duvet pompons and " - assortments are at their best. chic little bows or flowers tucked under the brim. -JUNIOR CLOTH-lrlginally aul FAST COLOR MADRAS-A splcn- BENGALINE CORQ ttig COLORS OF RARE RICHNESS - f ,r ah ih'l s ...es, but is . . 1 i e.t, ulr, .I . ' u w aIst . .u. i....I stiar si rs; , Colors are as numerous and as lovely as the new styles- aloes, pampas, tulip, RED SEAL GINGHAMS-A hun,,- w sts ,It ,,ii. s sM ; ii h, I ti''tli; wi ,. t hhl . isa 25 itiii wil' yar, * '. areth irtl s iii tul ritAs snn-l ver stl a hs; EiRElltZ l, VOtLEwhit,,loin jonquille, Raphael rose, walnut, mirage blue, sand, grass and serpent greens, para- It,",, , tr. llit I lu Its; li, ",,llit iti-vt'. lit us . O EMBROIDERED MULL.-tt, .I dise blue, Nell rose, gendarme blue, linden and dark russet green, castor, reddish II1li'.' .... sI n. 's'' .... t'I....1. tuus ''ttI.tt '",vn ' '""... t"'" I""'""tn't';tttm O F R CL T -'tr iit 'uti,,t, ........N .s Ntis u,,,. ....... lu-tv81 i i CO T M RE E A lanlo tuin uteltlt lu-tr tlte o thuos; h buh t' t in chs s i's: itird, w 7 nun i violet, Vatican blue, durl raspberry, mint, geranium and poppy are among the hilly."" "'". Inuiit 5'hh ..... i ,.: a .,,,.. s,7 . ...n..... 'wut ...... . fu,,r,. . t... ant ,.ite, '. ii,',,,,. ', ... ,.:1 , .....nl' si, h I.... u tujt...i u I', r ..... strikingly new shades, while, of course, many familiar colors are used as are also ., ., llyard, 121. HIMALAYA CLOTH -- A te - ,A Wl-r nnhes wide yard, tu . DUR'AR hugs;t22 il n yrln black and white. GOLDEN ROD GINGHAMS--r-Th, ' , .i.. h nit ht uan- .. LY.IAN yUArDu, 251', stuai ihhl l ihy tir Nm \ iyrs tndlthi.u th'ily litlnv lii ' ,, slnd'iu g shad'.s,M Prices Range From $a 5 to $50 .... ,. ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, wt',, s... 'il, ,i 2. t,-, o -, , voii t--nt, .. ,in'' niurt i t rltuOtIs than| t K Or; leltuIhs ill'.. yuul', .5.. tttherulall wilit It J ult'n dlius itinius uf fihyd, itl tuhtu nil Hove urik rh s; 32 iu'hs COSTUME CREPE-r A i butt.' , ttnt ii it. fttil rtltg if t'uitu's; 27 liu'; li ilths \viul,' yird, 7Si Distinctive Showing of Fine Easter Apparel ,,, .. ,.,,., .,,.,,,,, ,,. ..,,,... oooo.. ..,,,,,, RIPP ETTE'rln' Im gi-ti' fau- sl, u' titdly aitulutnt f''r n-uuuhinu,' ELYSIAN FOULARDA sutft-fhlu- i'mitilhit.u ntmlu''ial |hut iujil il m i' ,hu.h-. ,li iltl t',l lihh" h lO dtt't'55u'5 :intl l'ii'17''I'" '.,ithirs. N'tuulis utl tli rli- sillR fittlllhirl5F Itt ,lurk el'tl'uir .I uvitli'h, ''runtl~, uN'lshirl', tulti's , F or W om en and M isses '4 J ,li: ,, lvii,.. ,,.,.,,1-. itti,,,,,,,.,, u', OR..GI.... ,,, h;lt',,.,,s i,'i,,,,. 7a~,,,.,,..wh'' It sl .',,.av wH e re a re c lo th e s th a t g iv e o n e , in e v e ry s e n s e , ,,,:,' sl i~ i,:,I t,.r s; 2 11 'ril,. O RuI lrNA L K IM O N O P Ii S - 'irht,,-'; :15 '. C HIF F ONh y rd i S SE.h,. 'nis, nya rulet'I utL the worth of your money. It is worth, too, that N,'...y, .I ...... y h tii''r a COTTON CORDUrROY WELTS- CIFt ISE-is, ulatial is not estimated only by so many 'yards of cloth ZEPtHY GINGHAMS- r Iy s tlvt autlw 'it'iutNN'i rlling; In li'el 'rtst. u l iii ,.sihhjn'h s .h,,gkills : l ti l i. i hl i I'and so many hours of toil. They are measured t'll exsensiv' i l,'du ' I ',th' oesy , vit rsliuu i lll. .ll inhs' I ' ,usst.'ti , is lt 1ri "i'u'' l b -o ay ,.,linh.t.' utuhlr us , id ts'igns further by the requisites that good dressers de- s l-,,,ut, isil lly nw r r n i'fe's ii' st' cI,,r s; :2 '.durlh.; ne s i ,. , , , t t ti t mand in clothes- such as smart styles, correct ,Ii,,. :2 i, wid --yari , 1' i . PopLIus (No. 780')--s ',,i'tl ns are. tl',.h , wie .v5,utt 4s i'. 7' i et'inn,,t fuil tu agtin blt' a lines, fine finish as to details, quality and service. ANDERSON'S SCOTCH GING. esieeCally gu....i this 'SeatSn, frl,,hu DOLLY MADISON CHALLIES- uutil sin ft ' ite;it' s as tity t HAMS--laintllr in lpaiternl anid a stlyh stalidlpoiit, iiiid thii Thi, vteiy laihelt coior uril eh,- :lltailiilg till, ,lioil..d efl'.'ctsalnd Here yitul will find ready for otur insleu t ion thc very newest HrAMSti tr ini color in tftl't lts than Ill i r t i tl' h itls l ilt y finish( l sig l fitt ' , s will 'it foullid in- u'tit'fuil li t 's soi thsira' le atis nd n st exclsiv. of the reined styhs. Suits, cotu ts Is nd gowns u ." Iiefutru'. These il y gly ging- widt' rait ' ii'f last u'tol'l's 50 or tliusi' wll'V NoN' l h ' hallilus, .ihich sis'li'; il slripi s, titu' ks ' lt in the snartlst effects anud ml teriils. Niu'.,lti'ts, indiviNlulhual anih.,l s, rIlutird flithiir fasst ',l- tii i', is tt u' f tl i, lii.i' qliluili- ar' i '' iuiilly gtlutd for s.;ittg sniltli fighlit it-siguis, ii ill tl t.' lire 'onser' ative stlh-s; Ntuil ri', and tr i lnnied sui ts in scvr s r, q litiliy unt fllish, :1 inllti tie l's alull vNuiluti-s I't itt had; il dl7i s; i s :l' ' i , kliiinitutu 32 it's;s : h,, l;,t.lutli, dalu; u 's li2 les lidt . - of pretty ltodls; ciiits ntd gownv s for sireth i, if''tttn I ulnut a le yI r , y 51' lh'.h's wile -yart, , . Nit, yrul, 85r .. 7ard, i 15u . evelting wNelr, in tioult.s In it t lue futltld ,'lsew'ier'e in,1 withoutll luing dutliateui hI 11(. Ati ..........emlage .f ihings that will appeal Ratines-The Vogue for 1913 For White Summer Dresses to N 1vttl tlti'woln whi i at" indi',iduality In their itlitrirtil. RATINE STRIPE-A utuuutt'rial des- BORDERED RATINE-Thiu' ll or LUNA LAWN-lA new fabrii whos FRENCH PERCALEtA vl.ry fil. tilt'' to great lo iilarity; i'iis 'h ' faslhuii wtrl'I.. llt h rdt r tui'r s tuis. a tid its lr lusely rIt- . all-white. linut -fiinis:ii l Ilia Tailored and Semi-Tailored Suits ill ; u" r, u' (hgr e-,'if- g-si'f, thil. .- draiN it- Nitrht. ti( h -iliul''i I- ly' nlel ii ;lt., is 'INi iesss, nltti is; 27 inl hi's wide l51'. ;5.. t',dt eilig futr sulf-t'l',ren't well iapitu'd for e,' roitht rini g, :: 1 intih,.s wid-7 ard, 30¢1 and $ 1 2 .5 0 to $ 75 .0 0 COTTON RATINE-itn w hitlu, light - lin r, n",i .... . e • . t. 1<'- til dae r ' hI irt\'it g i hwit -t:,-in u FINEtW HITE BATISTES'--) ... .f blue, tant "itt pink; :tG ilinlies 11tii-; :'t inch's widh-- 85C. I 51', 301, aiid 351'; 44-i-tuth, the nicest niaterials for infai t' Coats and Wraps $10 to $50 i"'" RAI.SILK RATINE OR PORCUPINE 40' tlud 5.1'. nd atults tresses -42-inch, MERCERIZED RATINE - (ne- CLOTH--I lit. if the newest and 351': 45-iulch. 68'. ileo,, dr.es.s .iu. ui' f...... thi iest n felt- 'r spring and PIQUES AND COTTON CORDU- SHERETTES-They resemble real Dresses and Gowns, $6.75 to $75 it'lqal will have a chic and siiluriler; in whirl, .i-hik, i ht ROYS-All stylis, frolti the fit- linen and are considered the. charm h'r Ily , >s.hih with ,n" blu', Copen, brown, lay- est cord to the widest ianl heIta'- tI st it shing lawns Iliade; 3t to othtr gitiudtt; in tah. light blua ender and Jasper; 40 Inches lest -wale-27-in'h, 3041 to 501'; Zul inches wide-yard, 251' to .titut white; 32 inchu's ii ihy- -T wlde--$1.5- J. * 2i;-ilntc, 401 to 70. '. 651.