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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1922.
1 m Mi if" New and Original I Jbasnion pesigns By Mildred Lodcwick For Smart Women FROM the lime little daughter steps out of the co -cart she bectns her acquaint anceship with Madame I. Mode. Ilor little -frocks Cease to be mere ly clothes and breathe the atmosphere of style. Of course the tiny lot herself Is quite obliv ious to this, but her mother, whoso efforts have been spont In that direction, looks on with p'rldo. It Is not as easy as It seems to achieve stylo In youthful clothes. Thoy follow In the trail of tho fash Ions for grown-ups, but only express them In a naive, light - hearted manner. Anything too committal, too obvious ly smacking of the mode, Is not in good taste. The frock I am showing to-day Ideally Interprets1 the degree of style which children's clothes should Incorpor ate. It Is built on straight lines, ns so many ,-grown.-ups' are. and beltless, as are some of the newest. It also features the side trim' ming, being slashed up to the' hlpllne on each side seam, to be met by a braid or embroidered motif (hat drops a cord and tassel In tho open ing. Tho sleeves are slashed In the same manner as the skirt, with smaller motifs n placed on the shoulders. ' Should one choose vel veteen or duvetyn for the frock, or a woolen fabric such as suede clotl o r serge, tho gulmpe could be of China silk, find a plaited tetlon of It could also .'t In tho openings In , the skirt. JJut a mora practical suggestion for the skirt openings' would be to replace th'em with wde inverted plaits, 'which, when trimmed as suggested, would appear like openings. This model Is well' suited to the stout flgure.-althoiiKl) the slender one could also carry It smartly. It Is a delightfully adaptablo model that may ?t be madams dressy or as p( radical as Kg1 desired; though the choice of.fubrlcs nuu iruuuungs ana colors. SSL' s A KIDDIE FROCK SUITABLE FOR MANY FABRICS. Dear Win Codawlckl i I have two and a half yards bf each .of tho Inclosed samples, brown' crepe ;' . da Chine and tan crono da CMifnn. dress and wquld greatly appreciate your fiurreatlons for nnmn. Mv ti. buy clothes ready made, and espe cially need ypur help. MRS. n. T. B, Ans. Uao tho tan for panels on skirt, for chemisette and under .cuffs. Brown ribbon to tie neck and sleeves and brqwn embroidery fovjtrlmiulng. Dear Mlaa Lodawlckl I have a suit made of black trlco- tlno which I would llkclo mako'ovor Into a, dress If you could help mo out with your valuable suggestions., Tim coat Is double breasted, long tlgh sleeves, skirt plain, with a pocket on right sine, , 1 am rorty-thrco years o age. Yould like Bonlo color Intro duccd, as I have been In mourning. MRS. B. T, Ans.You will probably have to make sleeves a bit mora snug for your arcss. Trim with dull blue and silver braid. Black creno ile CMnn Jabot on skirt. Durfbluo or white collar. Silver knob buttons. Perseverance Brings Home The Bacon and.a Ford, Too G. H. O'Brien Sent In Over 50 "What Did You Sees?" Before He Won His Car. When Ucorge II. O'Brien returns lo-duy to his llttlo homo at No. 102 Otis Avenue, Grant City, S. I., from another day's search for work, his wlfo, Clara, Is going to Impart to him somo good news. Already their three children, Maude, who Is ten; Orace, seven, and Dorothy, five, who know tho good news, nro dancing and dap pling their hands In glee and slnglu? Lizzie, and Mr. O'Brien, accordingly. I'apa O'Brien, who Is u carpenter has been out of work for six months. Last Sunday Ho sold tho family Ford to help pay the family's grocory bllfs. The children have been crying so do children becomo attached to retainers because they miss their JIM Lizzie, and Mr. O'Brlend, accordingly, has become more sad. But Mrs. O'Brlon has good news in sloro for him. An Kvcnlng World reporter carried It to her this morn Ing. "Whut Did 'You See To-Day7" page of Tho Evening WdTld, another l-'cud to replace the onu the chlldicn huve been crying for. i There's Joy In the little green house on Otis Street, which Mr. O'Rrlen vwHmmmm- ' i 5g.Q. r-. 1 OSR.IENJ, built with his own hands. "Ohl" exclaimed Mrs, O'Brien, "maybe It'li mean George's luck litis changed! He'll be so glud to hoar 111" Then followed the story or how Mr. O'Brleri has been out of work und how the qhlldrcn liava missed Lizzie, but tho O'lJrlen family deserves to win on more counts than these. "George and I together," said Mrs, O'Brien, "have been sending In Items to tho page since It first started. We must h-.e sent'at least fifty, but this Is the first one printed." Bo is it proved again that perse verance brings home the Ford. Try, try agalnl Mr. O'Brien saw his prize-winning "What Did You See" across tho street from his house. It was about a neighbor who was building a homo helped by his good wlfo. It was u sympathetic story because Mr. O'Brien b hlmsojf a carpenter und had Just a few months previously built a home under almost similar circumstances, and he told It well. Hero It Is: BUILDING A HOME BY CANDLE LIGHT. Directly across the street from, my home, No. 102 Otis Avenue, Grant City, 8. I., a carpenter is building a home for himself, working hard throughout the day for a contractor and working every evening on his own home that Is to be. Everything went pretty well with the plucky fal low until the daylight saving sea son ended, since which time it has not been possible to work In the evening to such advantage. To-night, however, we heard hammer and saw as late as 9.30, when I decided to step over and see how my friend coul'd possibly be carpentering in the. dark. He wasn't. His good wife, as am bitious as himself, held a lighted candle In each hand and was fol lowing him about from place to place.. They deserve and, are bound to have a good home. STOUT WOMEN Extra Size Apparel At Lowest Prices JgpeSrgant I2)SSS5I 21 W. 38th St. (Bet. Sth and 6th Ave.) 26 WA. 39th St BROOKLYN Hanom pice. Just Off Fulton' St. OppjsiU Monfi.uk Tliutre. Smart Coats A large selection of Coats appropriate for utility or dress wear. Fashioned of Velour, Homespun, Plush, Serge, in becoming slenderizing styles for stout' women. Sizes to 56 bust." Pictured is a fine quality Polo Coat. Hi-' Iff 19 .85 Other Coats $14.95 to $39,50 Stylish Dresses Smart Dresses for street or afternoon wear, beautifully fashioned of Crepe ele Chine, Georgette, Taffeta, Mig nonette, Tricotine, Serge. The sea eon's -newest trimmings are effectively displayed. Sizes to 56 bust. Pictured k a Taffeta Dress. $13.95 Other Dresses $9.85 to $39.50 Slenderizing Suits NevHHt models at lowest prices. Tricotine, Serge, Velour, Yalam'a Cloth, Tweed. Embroidered, tailored pr fur trimmed. Sizes to 56 bust. f14 $19 $25'M to $49.50 Founded 1827 FOURTEENTH STREET, WEST OF FIFTH AVE. ' ,, ' Store X)pen All Day Tomorrow) Columbus Day, Until 5.30 THURSDAY FRIDAY Two-Day Sale Women's Extra Size Apparel and Accessories Fall Fashions of Slenderizing Style for Women of Large Figure Heam was the first department store in the city to establish a department devoted entirely to the costume needsjtf the large woman, and remains the fitst in prestige, assortments and val- ties. The caref.ully planned offerings below are an excellent exam ple of the advantages offered bff our Department of Women's Extra Size Apparel and Accessories located on Third Floor. ' Women's Extra Size CO A TS 25.00 Were $35.00 Models of fine Bolivia,, Vclour, in styles vr i t h" long lino s 1 i n e d throughout with satin, 1 1 1 u s t r.n t c d black, brown and navy sizes 42 to Si. Women 8 Extra Size D&ESSES ' 17.50 Were $27.73- Crepe dc Chine and Poiret Twill models, witli long waist, embroideries, headings and strictly tailored'styles the selection is large and attractive to-52j. Black, navy and brown. Women's Extra Size SUITS 28.50 Were $33.50 Strictly tailored models in twill and trico tincwith long limp. Coats are well lined. Navy blue and bluck.. Sizes 80 to fiO bust. Women' 8 E,xtra Size, , SERGE SKIRTS 4.24 Were $5.75 Navy blue and black models of superior quality 35 to 42 waist measure. Full assortment of SEPARATE SKIRTS to 15.75 Women's Extra Size Accessories Extra Size Flannelette Night Dresses pink or blue stripe full cut 1 AO square-or V neck Special X0 Extra Size Knit Skirts gray and nro white Special O Extra Size Chemises of trousseau crepe daintily trimmed with lace and medallions pastel shades A AO were $5.75 '0 Extra Size Envelope Chemises of trous seau crepe several styles, tailored and lnce trimmed built-up and strap q AO shoulders were $1.50 O.fftO Extra Size Black Sateen Apron Frocks cretonne, basket pockets O Q(T sashes Special 4. Oil Double Extra Size Silk Hose full O QQ fashioned black were 82.07 4.0t Women's Double Extra SizeUnion Suits low neck, sleeveless, bantjtop finish looso or tight knee (q were .87 OD Women's Double Extra Size Medium Weight Underwear various styles of vests and drawers Qr7 OI were 81.07. Extra Size Overblouses henna, navy and black georgette beaded back and front sizci Si to 54 1 O 07 were $17.08 XiD I Extra Size Taffeta Petticoats deep hem stitched flounce small knife-pleated ruffle new changeable shtfdes q QC black and navy were $4.04 OsOD Extra Size Silk Petticoats heavy Milanese jersey straightline model, ribbon trim medall new fall shades tZ fA were $0.07 . ).jk Extra Size Silk Hose full fash- ioned black were $2.25 Extra Size Housedresses- 1.73 -dark color per- 1 . t ii .... caies, wun small tigures, m belted -l -f r models sizes 48 to 52 were $1.44. JL.At) Women's Extra Size Burson Hose ribbed 1 top in black, white, cordovan and balbrig gan also hemmed top in black and Af white were .50 .TtU Triple Extra Size Burson Hose balbrig gan, black ond white-r- jr sy wero .65, Juu ! Sea Pag 12, 13, 17 and 35 for Other Hesm 4vrUalng 1 A China Service is either good or impossible Somebody once asked Victor Hugo whether It was easy to write a great poem. He said, "It is easy or it is impossible." Thera'Js no hslf measure of a china service, either. It is either good or impossible. And an unworthy one is the only one you cannot afford to own. i sGBBBSSBSmSSBSSSaBBSaSWm Jmmmmmmm IM JsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm . V. S,r "S. SSSSSSSSsl Mi i. ill UIW. I'M yif& Those famous English potters, Minton of Stoke-upon-Trent, are the authors of this dinner service . of exceptional beauty of design and fineness of fabric. It is sunny and cheerful in color dignified enough for dinner use and cheerful enough for a Summer breakfast. Its price is $100 for a service of 103 items. Ample reserve stocks of this distin guished pattern arc always available at Ovington's. OVINGTON'S "'The gift Shop of Fifth Avenue Fhfth Avenue at 39th Street 3 'I McCreery Haberdashery 3V Special for Columbus Day! MEN'S PAJAMAS OF OUTING FLANNEL $1 .65 Cut full and well tailored of soft, fleecy, outing flannel in neat striped effects. The coats arc trimmed with silk loops. SWEATERS Mo Made of brushed wool in Oxford gray, brown and blue heather mixture. - They have long sleeves, two pockets and six buttons down the front. DRESSING GOWNS $15-50 These are of imported 'English wool in plain qolors and checked effects-, Collar, cuffs and edging trimmed with silk cord in con trasting colors. WOOLEN HALF-HOSE $1.15 Imported English woolen half hose in weight suitable for fall and winter wear. Oxford gray with embroidered silk clocks in various colors. James McCreery & Co. FIFTH AVlHUI MAIN FLOOR JSTH TRBB.T In tins Kraft (flEESE In loaves FOR SALE. if DIAMONDS WATCHES sflPITl POOB3 ABOVE WAT A STORE-NOT AN OFFiCE FOB SALE. Diamond, I2S to (3,000. T.rnil to ault srour COnvtnlBnra. Ko mplorar'a r"rnc. Lara ai aortmenti nodi (uarantMa; afrtotlf eontldantfal; do rtd tapa. Call or writ. Open until B. I (AMERICAN DIAMOND WATCH (A v WORLD WANTS WORK WONDBRS SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK MONDAY WONDERS 4 raajM